School Rules

CODE OF CONDUCT

1. Pupils must come to school in proper uniform.
2. Pupils are expected to show gentleness and courtesy to their companions. Refinement of manner should distinguish every pupil of this school.
3. Pupils are expected to take good care of their books and personal belongings. These should be marked distinctly and indelibly with the owner’s name, class and address.
4. They must come to school regularly and punctually.
5. Half Day leave will not be granted for any purpose.
6. The medium of instruction is English and the students must converse with teachers, friends and others in English.
7. They must move in line in orderly manner and not run about in the corridors. They should not fight or bully others.
8. Use of unfair means in the Examination/Test will result in cancellation of the paper and if repeated, expulsion from the School.
9. Any damage to the school property must be remedied at the cost of the offender.
10. Pupils are strictly forbidden to leave the school premises during the regular school hours. Permission can be granted only by the Principal.
11. Pupils are not allowed to receive visitors. They will not be permitted to leave their class to answer the phone call. If the matter is very urgent, the message will be given. Pupils will be permitted to make phone call only if it is very essential.
12. Pupils should bring only their textbooks to school. They are strictly forbidden to bring objectionable literature to the school.
13. Pupils are not permitted to offer presents to teachers.
14. No pupil can receive private tuition from school teachers.
15. Pupils on their way to and from school are expected to deport in a responsible manner.
16. Students are answerable to the school authorities for theirconduct in and outside the school. Hence, misbehaviour in and around the school and in conveyance justifies dismissal.
17. On their way to and from school, students must rememberthat the school is judged by their conduct. They should greet the teachers of the school when they meet them.
18. Celebration of birthday parties in school is not permitted.
19. No child can come in self-driven vehicle.
20. Use of drugs, smoking and any form of gambling is absolutely forbidden.
21. The school cannot take responsibility for lost articles, money etc.
22. During the absence of a teacher from the class, pupil must obey the monitor appointed to maintain good order.
23. Only those pupils who have paid all school fee, are permitted to appear in the examinations.
24. Wearing jewellery or using cosmetics is not allowed.

 


GUIDELINES FOR PARENTS

1. Parents are informed that occasional remarks from the teachers are conveniently sent through the child’s diary and they can also do it likewise. So they should refer to the diary everyday.
2. The absence of your ward from the school even for a single day is viewed with concern. He/She should not be encouraged to miss the school for trivial reasons.
3. However, no pupil should be sent to school, if suffering from contagious or infectious disease or if there are such cases in their home.
4. Parents should also see that the lesson and the home-work assigned are completed and the teacher’s remarks about the child’s progress, conduct and behaviour are attended to.
5. Parents or Guardians are particularly requested to sign the Progress Report when so requested. Failure to do this may cause their children great inconvenience.
6. The student should carry relevant books/exercise-books according to the time table for the working day. No extra books are allowed.
7. Kindly check uniform and punctuality of your ward in the morning.
8. Kindly inform the school if there is any change in the address and/or telephone number.
9. Encourage your ward to take balanced interest in studies, co-curricular activities and sports. Limit viewing of T. V. strictly. Encourage your ward to watch only educational programmes and selective entertainment programmes.
10. Monitor your ward’s working on the computer and internet. Keep the computer at home in such a place that you can keep a check on it.
11. Children should not bring crackers, Holi colours, transistors, cameras, video cameras, i-pods, calculators, mobile phone etc. to the school. Bursting of crackers and playing with Holicolours is liable to lead to expulsion of a student from the school.
12. Your ward should be instructed to be careful about his/her possessions. There should be a name tag on blazers and sweaters. Expensive articles should not be brought to school. Students are also not allowed to wear jewellery, gem stones and any thread in school. In case of violation of this rule, the articles will be confiscated. The school bears no responsibility for articles lost in school. In case of a loss, a letter giving details of the lost item may be sent to the Class Teacher.
13. Strict adherence to school timings is a must. (7. 40 a. m. to 2. 00 p. m. ) . The school gate will be closed at 7. 40 a. m. after which no student will be allowed to enter the school premises.
14. Students must obey and learn to respect their teachers as well as fellow students. They must refrain from using abusive, crude and rude language. Their mannerism must be polished, civilised& courteous. Make your ward understand the value of self-discipline, cleanliness and good health. Teach your ward to avoid eating at roadside stalls, to maintain personal hygiene, to eat balanced diet and to exercise daily.
15. Use of Self Driven Vehicles to commute to school is strictly prohibited. A student flouting this rule may face suspension and even expulsion from school. Besides, they should not be seen loitering about or forming groups and indulging in brawls in the vicinity of school after 2. 00 p. m.
16. Pupils may be required to take part in various school activities, and when required to do so, participation will be deemed compulsory by the authorities.
17. Provision is made for games, sports, athletics, judo & gymnastics.
18. Pupils must attend games and other activities after school hours when required to do so. Participation in such circumstances will be deemed compulsory by the school authorities.
19. Any pupil desiring to be exempted from P. T. or Games must produce a doctor’s certificate to the effect that she/he is physically unfit to take part.
20. Only those pupils who have paid all school fee, are permitted to appear in exams.

 

Parents are expected to co-operate in the work of the school, particularly by enforcing regularity and discipline among their wards, by evincing interest in their progress and by extending the fullest encouragement to participate in school activities.