The prescribed school hours will be maintained on all working days. The second Saturday of every month is a holiday. The school hours may be altered with prior notice.
To facilitate the academic process, speaking English is compulsory within the school premises
Every student must possess the Student’s Diary and should carry it to school every day
The first bell in the morning is a signal for students to remain present in their respective classrooms for Assembly. This should be done promptly and in silence.
Changing classrooms between periods should be done in an orderly manner and in silence.
Students should always be clean and neatly dressed. Wearing the school uniform is compulsory on all working days and during all school functions. Students slovenly dressed or not in proper uniform will be sent home.
All boys (except Sikhs) must wear their hair short. Girls must tie their hair with blue bands.
Students must take care of school property. Damaging school furniture as well as writing on the desks and walls is a punishable offence. Students concerned will be penalized and damages recovered from them.
Books, magazines and papers other than the prescribed textbooks and library books should not be brought to school
Lending or borrowing money or other articles is strictly prohibited
Valuable articles such as expensive watches, fountain pens, items of jewellery etc should not be brought to school. The school will not be responsible for the loss of these items.
Students who are escorted to school should never leave the school premises before the escort arrives. In case of delay, they should report to the school office.
Students using the school bus will maintain discipline in the bus. Bus facilities will be withdrawn in cases where discipline is not properly maintained.
Attendance at morning Assembly is compulsory. Latecomers, uniform defaulters and students who do not do their homework regularly will be sent home.
If a student is absent on any particular day (s), he/she must provide an endorsement from the parent/guardian in the leave record of the Student’s Diary, stating the reasons for absence. Further, if any student wants to leave before the end of school hours, he/she must submit an application to that effect with endorsement from the parent/guardian, to the Principal, for permission.
Students are strictly forbidden from leaving the school premises during school hours
Parents and guardians must not visit their wards or teachers without prior permission from the Principal
Parents and guardians of all students should contact the teachers only on the fixed PTM (Parent-Teacher Meeting) days to update themselves on the progress of their wards.
Students should have their Report Cards signed by their parents/guardians within two days from the receipt of these cards
A student who adopts unfair means during tests will be given no credit and his paper for that subject will be cancelled. A warning letter will be issued and repetition of the offence will result in the issuance of a transfer certificate.
The school reserves the right to suspend students whose academic progress is unsatisfactory and whose conduct is harmful to other students.
Guidelines For Parents/Guardians
Parents should encourage their wards to converse in English within as well as outside the school premises
Parents should ensure that their wards are properly dressed in the prescribed uniform. No application for exemption in this respect will be entertained.
They are required to cooperate with the school authorities to ensure their wards’ progress. The Student’s Dairy should be checked and signed by the parents on a daily basis.
They are required to inform the school authorities if there is any change in their contact details such as address/telephone number etc.
Leave for half day for their wards should be avoided as far as possible for security/academic reasons
Sick children should not be sent to school
If their child has a specific medical problem, parents must inform the school authorities prior to the academic session
Parents must not enter the classrooms to see either their wards or the teacher during school hours. They can only meet the teacher on the fixed PTM (Parent-Teacher Meeting) days or in case of emergency they should contact the school office.
We wish to draw attention of parents to the fact that criticising a teacher or the school in the presence of the child causes the child to lose his or her respect for the teacher as well as the school. This, in turn, will retard his or her progress.
Any communication made by parents should be addressed to the Principal through the proper channel ie, the school office.
The Progress Report should be signed and returned to the school within two days
The PTM (Parent-Teacher Meetings) on days fixed by the school authorities must be attended by both parents without fail
We attempt to ensure the utmost safety of students within the school but responsibility outside the school premises lies with parents/guardians. The school will not be responsible if children stay outside the campus during school hours.
Parents should ensure that their wards do not violate the rules and regulations of the school
The school will maintain a one-on-one relationship with every parent/guardian and the same is expected from parents/guardians. Any form of collective pressure on the school authorities on any issue will not be accepted and may result in the issuance of a transfer certificate to the wards of such parents/guardians.
Misbehaviour by any parent/guardian with any teacher/staff of the school will result in the issuance of a transfer certificate to his /her ward.
Parents/guardians must extend full cooperation to the school authorities to ensure effective and beneficial education for their wards.
Parents/guardians should be fully aware of the general rules and regulations of the school, all of which are binding before any new admission/readmission of their wards.