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The residential facilities offered at Parkwood are extremely comfortable and of high standards. Accommodation is provided in comfortable Halls of Residence with adequate and independent storage. Children reside in groups of eight. Students are encouraged to develop a sense of pride for their living area and responsibility for the upkeep of their belongings. Efforts towards this end are duly recognized.

The welfare of the children is the responsibility of the House Parent supported by the counsellors and student mentors. Each Residential Block has a recreation room, music system and indoor games.

Bon Appétit is a modern andscientifically designed dining facility comprising of a well-equipped and spacious kitchen, dining hall, bakery, pantries, storage areas and a drinking
water plant. Experienced catering professionals are responsible for the facility. Staff members dine along with the children; so do all visitors and parents.

The food served at Parkwood is tasty, nutritious, wholesome and varied. Menus are drawn up in consultation with the students to ensure that the children enjoy their food. Menus include North Indian, South Indian, Continental and Chinese cuisines.
At Parkwood, the children are trained in dining etiquette and taught to appreciate what is served to them. There is self-service and children are not allowed to waste food.

Every weekend, the school screens movies either on a large screen television or in the amphitheatre. In certain cases, the students are permitted to bring in hand-held electronic games and deposit them in the custody of the school. These are given to the children over the weekend during the leisure time and movie time while strictly ensuring there is no loss of any productive activity.

Treat Hut, the on-campus tuck shop, offers a variety of goodies to children over the weekend within a controlled allowance. Students are not permitted to bring any eatables from home.

The feeling of goodwill and amity is kept alive with the celebration of important festivals such as Dusshera, Ramzan and Christmas together as one family. Celebrations are essentially simple but rich in meaning and spirit. The collective birthday parties are also a source of great cheer and merriment.

Term I Mid-June to End of November
Winter Vacation
Term II
Early January to Mid-April
Summer Vacation Mid-April to Mid-June

Parents and guardians are permitted to call their wards within these timings :

On Weekdays 8:30pm to 9:30pm
On Saturdays
2:00pm to 5:00pm and 8:30pm to 9:30pm
On Sundays
7:00am to 9:30pm

The suggested time to call is Saturdays and Sundays between 2pm and 4pm as the telephone lines and the students are easily accessible. However, an arrangement with your child in advance of the expected calling times would be beneficial in avoiding disappointments. Calls should be limited to not more than twice a week and not more than a duration of five minutes each.

Also, the students have the facility of receiving and sending emails from and to their parents or to the approved email Ids. These emails are routed through the System Administrator. The school does not guarantee secrecy or confidentiality of the contents. All student emails must be sent to:info@parkwoodschool.com . The name and grade of the child must be mentioned in the subject line.

Parkwood has its own 20-bed medical center. The school also has an association with Mahavir College & Hospital located about 8km from the campus for any medical needs.

The school can make arrangements to pick up and drop students at the airport if the need for such a convenience is intimated to the school by email at least a week in advance. A pickup charge will be levied and billed separately to the parent.