SCHOOL REGULATIONS :

  • 1. Students should arrive at the school at least 5 minutes before assembly. Habitual late comers may be sent back home.
  • 2. Students should greet their teachers when they meet them for the first time. On their entering the classroom, they should rise to greet them and keep standing till they are directed to sit.
  • 3. Students should not leave the school campus during class hours without the permission of the Principal/Class Teacher.
  • 4. Students should wear the prescribed uniform or else they will not be permitted to attend classes.
  • 5. Magazines/Music-System etc. should not be brought to school without explicit permission.
  • 6. The school is not responsible for goods lost. Students are advised not to bring valuable articles to school.
  • 7. Students should not play upstairs, on the corridors and in the classrooms.
  • 8. Students should keep the campus clean. They should not throw bits of paper around but put them in the waste paper baskets.
  • 9. Students should not dirty the walls, scratch the furniture and stamp on the doors.
  • 10. Students should not keep standing on the stairs, blocking the way.
  • 11. Students must speak in English in the campus.
  • 12. Students will have to pay a fine and also pay the cost of repair/replacement if they cause any damage to the school property.
  • 13. Any student caught using unfair means during an examination is liable to be detained for the year.
  • 14. Students not habitually clean or properly dressed in the school uniform will be sent home and will not be permitted to attend classes that day.
  • 15. Students should bring lunch on all full working days.

SUSPENSION AND DISMISSAL :

The Principal also reserves to himself the right to suspend a student from attendance at the school and to determine the period of suspension, depending on the gravity of misbehaviour.

The Principal reserves to himself the right to dismiss from the school any student whose conduct is, in his opinion, against the moral tone of the school. Immorality in word or deed, willful damage to school property, grave insubordination, contempt of any authority, unsatisfactory progress in studies, lack of diligence, are sufficient grounds for dismissal.

PARENTS AND THE SCHOOL:

  • 1. To attain the high aim the school intends for all the students, the full co-operation of the parents is imperative. The best of school training is seriously crippled unless the home does its part. Parents are requested to see that their children spend sufficient time in reading and writing. All parents are earnestly asked to ensure that the ideals of courtesy and gentlemanliness which are proposed to the children during school hours are fulfilled in their home life. They should strive to be living examples of the values taught to and expected of their wards. They should keep the Principal and the concerned teachers informed of any special problems, family circumstances or other pertinent facts that are necessary for a proper understanding and guidance of their wards.
  • 2. As soon as the diary is issued to the students, the parents will please fill in the required data asked for in the diary. They should check their ward's diary frequently.
  • 3. Parent's specimen signature and, addresses including telephone numbers should be entered in the space provided for the same in the diary.
  • 4. Criticism of the school in the presence of students or in public should be avoided. Legitimate complaints should be brought to the notice of the Principal without delay.
  • 5. If a child or someone else in the family has an infectious disease, it should be reported to the Principal and the Class Teacher at once, and the student should not be sent to school till the infection is over and also with a doctor's certificate that the student can attend the school.
  • 6. Parents should attend the Parent-Teacher meetings whenever they are held.
  • 7. Parents are requested to take active part in all the school activities and programmes.
  • 8. As far as possible parents should encourage their children to converse in English at home: it will help them to follow their classes more easily.
  • 9. For any special permission, for exemption and absence a written note must be sent to the Class Teacher. It is to be remembered that regularity in attendance makes the child more confident in studies and other day-to-day activities of the school.
  • 10. Parents are encouraged to meet the teachers to discuss the progress of their wards between 3.40 pm and 4.00 pm.

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