Parent School Alliance


The aim of Deens Parent School Alliance (PSA) is to foster better relationships between parents and Deens Academy. The PSA will create a partnership which helps the School listen to and deal with student issues and parent concerns; and for parents to learn more about the School’s policies and strategies, such that there is an enhanced partnership in the journey of the child’s educational experience at Deens.

Constitution of the PSA

The members of the PSA will serve on the committee for a period of 3 years, unless

(a) the member wishes to relinquish this post

(b) other members vote for the member to be replaced.

The Convenor – the Convenor provides leadership for the PSA, sets the agenda for meetings and manages meetings in line with the agenda. This post is held by the Principal of The Deens Academy, by default.

 The members:-

(1) parent members the members will be nominated by the School Management Committee- to  have ample representation from all sections of the School.

(2) teacher members- from various branches are chosen by the School Management Committee.

Scope of the PSA

  1. The association shall be non-commercial, non-sectarian, and non-partisan.
  2. Will work towards promoting understanding and co-operation between parent and school for the welfare of children.
  3. Will collaborate with the school to organize workshops and discussions to create awareness and promote value based practices among the parent community.
  4. Shall participate to understand and disseminate decisions regarding school policy, recognizing that the responsibility to make decisions has been vested with the Principal and the School Management.
  5. Shall work to promote the health and welfare of children and shall seek to promote collaboration among parents, School and the community at large.
  6. Identify and recommend continuing development strategies for school and student enhancement.
  7. Shall frame, revise and accept by-laws for the efficient working of the PSA.
  8. Every member has the opportunity to interact, provide feedback and exchange ideas within the PSA and with the School Management.
  9. Members of the PSA may not bring their personal concerns into a meeting of the PSA. They are expected to keep all discussions on the macro level.
  10. Financial resolutions with respect to the school/ students are not within the purview of the PSA.
  11. The recommendations made by the PSA are not binding on the School Management.
  12. In the event of a decision being moved, all committee members have equal voting rights, with the exception of the Convenor, who has an additional casting vote, should this be needed.

Work Plan

The group will meet as a constructive interactive forum, as a feedback session and not as a session for grievance.

  1. The calendar of events will be pre drawn together and intimated to all members.
  2. It is mandatory for the group members to attend the meetings.
  3. Failure to attend the 3 meetings will mean automatic cessation of their membership.
  4. Outcomes of the meeting should lead to:
  • Improvements to some aspects of the working of the school
  • Sharing of parenting practices
  • Recommendations to management on investment areas

6. PSA members will have the opportunity to directly provide feedback on proposed school policies and changes as and when solicited.

The Members of PSA 2023-24 are as follows

Name Grade Email id
Mr and Mrs Kapoor 1,
Mr. and Mrs. Senthil Kumar T G 2
Mr. and Mrs. Chander Bhushan Goel 3
Mr. Amol Mukewar 4
Mr.and Mrs  Nasir Alfarid 5
Mrs. Nikita 6
Mr & Mrs.Dhrithi Satheesh 7
 Mr & Mrs. Manoj Kumar 8,
Mrs.Vidya 9
Mr and Mrs Stephen Samuel 10,
 Mr & Mrs. Chauhan 11>,


KiDeens Borewell Road campus
Name Grade Email id
Mr & Mrs Aadarsh Choudhary LKG,
Mr & Mrs Prashanth UKG,


KiDeens  Ramagondanahalli campus
Name Grade Email id
Mr & Mrs. Arup Pramanik LKG,
Mr & Mrs. Gaurav Upreti UKG ,


Name Grade  Email id 
Mr. Prashant Gupta and Mrs. Juhi Garg 1,
Mr & Mrs. Harish 1 ,
Mr & Mrs.Dilip Kumar Rama 2,
Mr & Mrs.Seshu Kumar 3,
Mr & Mrs. Mehulkumar Mehta 4,
Mr and Mrs Dipesh Narang 5,
Mr & Mrs Sooruj 6
Mr & Mrs. Rajaram Bhaskaran 7,
Mr  Mr. Anoop Prasad 8,
Mr & Mrs .Krishnan Nair Ravindranathan 9
Mr. & Mrs Sanjeev Gupta 10,


The Deens Academy Whitefield Ms Savitha Bai, Ms Sunayana Shelat, Ms Vineetha Mannil
Deens Academy Gunjur Ms Payal Desai , Ms Vidya KV, Ms Soumi Das
KiDeens Borewell road Ms Angeline John & Ms Swapna Tulaparthy
KiDeens Ramagondanahalli Ms Shoba Menon & Ms Liya Thomas

 Topics of discussion: EXAMPLES (based on relevance to the group) 

General: –

  • Creating awareness on school partnership among parents
  • Value add from the community for the deens students & vice versa
  • Suggesting and assisting to bring visibility to the children
  • Adding value in terms of watching for the circulars and making suggestions

During an Event

  • Bringing in sponsors
  • Extending a helping hand

For the student

  • Building self esteem & confidence
  • Attention deficit disorder
  • Sex education
  • Raising independent kids
  • Chores and developing responsibility
  • Managing temper tantrums
  • Detecting stress amongst kids
  • Cyber life
  • Communicating with teenagers
  • Developing positive discipline