Every student is expected to be courteous in talk and behaviour at all times. They must use polite expressions like “Thank you,” “Excuse me,” “Sorry,” “Please,” etc.,.
All are expected to speak English at all times in the school premises, except during other language classes.
Student shall bring all the textbooks and notebooks as required by the teachers.
The classroom and school premises should be kept neat and tidy.
The School aims to maintain good discipline among students by way of appreciation and encouragement of responsibility, self–direction and self-control, in co–operation with the parents. Severe action will be taken against those who indulge in any activity detrimental to the interest of the school.
Pupils with irregular attendance, habitual laziness and idleness, major misconduct and disobedience are liable to be dismissed.
Every student of the school must possess the School Diary and it should be brought to the school everyday.
Parents are requested to check the School Diary daily and sign against the communications. We also advise parents to keep in touch with the class teacher, check school notice board, emails and school website to get updated about the latest developments, ongoing and upcoming school activities, etc., including days of absence of their ward.
All general communications to parents will be displayed on the School Notice Board. School may send some communications through its website, e-mails or SMS or notices, news letters, etc., to the parents through their wards. Non-receipt of these communications will not be accepted as an excuse for failing to comply with the directions contained in it.
Any message to the teachers shall be communicated in writing, preferably through the diary. The parents should ask their ward to show such communications to the Class teacher and obtain initials as soon as the ward reaches the school.
No notices / leaflets containing matter of any kind related to the school shall be prepared, printed or circulated within or outside the school including the media without prior approval of the Principal.
Visitors including parents will not be allowed to meet the teachers or the students during the class hours without prior permission from the Principal.
Telephone calls to teaching staff are strictly prohibited during the class hours. For any specific information or clarification, we advise you to send a request slip to the concerned teacher seeking an appropriate time to call or meet. Also please avoid telephone calls after 6:00 P.M. and obviously in the morning hours.
Parents are also requested to:-
Communicate change of address, phone nos. or any information to the Principal in writing.
Drop your child, at least 5 minutes before the first bell and avoid unnecessary rush and the resulting stress on their ward.
Promptly record the “Leave of absence” in the school diary. Take best interest to avoid absence from school on all working days.
Give best care for the ward’s personal health and hygiene. Ensure balanced diet. Please refer to Guidelines on Best Foods.
Donate at least one library book to the school’s library on your ward’s birthday, which will be a fine way to honour that day.
Encourage their wards to participate in all events and programmes and make use of the opportunities for their all-round development.
Volunteer school programmes, attend meetings and pay the fees timely.
Complaints shall be lodged directly to the Principal in writing, to initiate permanent solutions and effective follow ups. Please refer to Parent Guideline on Complaints and Suggestions for further information. Parents may write direct to the Chairman [Email: firstname.lastname@example.org], if they are not satisfied with the corrective action taken by the Principal.
Parents are not allowed to shout at any school staff, as it would be a bad example to our students. Any report of misbehaviour shall be dealt with very seriously and may result in dismissal of the ward without serving any notice thereof.
Parents should sign and return the report cards, assessment sheets, project reports and other work files on the same day of Open House. All such documents shall be kept under the safe custody of the school, in order to produce them before the Inspection teams.
Damage caused, if any to the school property will have to be made good by the parent. If the responsibility of the damage cannot be fixed on any individual or group, the cost of such damage shall be recovered from all the students collectively from the caution deposits or by payment against written notice from the Principal. The decision of the Principal in this matter would be final.
In case of holidays for reasons like hartaal, etc., the school may conduct regular or special classes in order to make up the class hours lost.
Open Houses will be conducted class wise on dates notified by the class teacher. If it happens to be a holiday, the same will be conducted on the following working day.