Any student reaching school after the first bell will not be allowed to enter the school premises. At the first bell, all must take their allotted places in silence for the morning assembly. After the assembly they are expected to go in silence to their respective classes.
A student coming late to school will bot be admitted to class unless he/she brings a written excuse from home in LATE ATTENDANCE RECORD of the diary.
Student unable to rejoin classes after the holidays should take written permission from the Principal in advance. Defaulters in this regard may find their names struck off the rolls.
No student is allowed to leave the school premises during the school hours without the written permission of the Principal . No student will be allowed to go home during the class hours unless one of the parents or guardian comes with a written application to fetch him/her.
Making unnecessary noise, running about, plying or shouting, yelling howling, whistling etc. inside the school building is strictly forbidden.
Any damage done to the school property will have to be made good.
Students should see that they do not throw pieces of paper, seeds etc. anywhere in the school premises. They should use the waste paper baskets and dustbins provided for this purpose. Eco observers appointed by the Principal will see that this is implemented.
A student whose uniform or appearance is untidy may be refused admission to the class. If a student is not in school uniform, he/she shall get a letter from the parent/guardian and shall get a note from the teacher in charge, in the TEACHER’S REMARKS (Page no 54 & 55). This privilege should be availed of only in unavoidable circumstances.
Personal cleanliness and hygiene are expected from all. To this effect students should possess more than one uniform each.
The discipline in-charge assume responsibility of general discipline during outside classroom activities.
When the students have to move along the corridors, while the classes are in progress, they should do in silence.
No books- other than what is required for the classes or from the school library may be brought to school.
The school is not responsible for the books, money, clothes etc. lost. The students should look after their own things. They are advised not to bring any valuable items to school.
During the intermission, the students are not allowed to enter the classrooms.
Students are expected to take part in the co-curricular activities as and when they are asked to do so.
Within the school premises the students are expected to speak only English. Language observers appointed by The Principal will see that this is implemented.
Parents/guardians are expected to co-operate with the staff in enforcing regularity and discipline by seeing that their wards, prepare their lessons, do their home work as shown in diaries and by taking an active and helpful interest in the activities of the school.
Parents/guardians are expected to sign the remarks sent to them through the school diary. Student will not be admitted to classes if such reports are not duly signed by their parents.
Parents/guardians are allowed to meet the teachers for primary classes (Class I to IV) only on every 2nd Saturday. They are not allowed to meet the students or interview with the teachers during school hours or any other day without the written permission of the Principal.
Students are advised to use exercise books supplied through the school stationery for the sake of uniformity.
Riding along the in roads or the play ground of the school is prohibited.
Parking facility is granted to the students who come to the school on bicycle and powered vehicle, with valid driving license. A photocopy of the license should be given to teacher in charge and the necessary passes are to be obtained from him/her. Parking charges will be levied.
Students are not allowed to bring plastic bags inside the school premises.
Nobody is allowed to bring or use mobile/cell phone, cameras or any other electronic gadgets in the school campus.
On class days and school functions the children are expected to wear the uniform prescribed for the season.
The children are strictly forbidden to purchase any article of food from unauthorised dealers near the school premises.
Cardigans, books, tiffin boxes etc. should bear the name of the owner. The school is not responsible for stationery, books etc. that get lost.
The student should not wear ornaments or jewellery of any kind in the school.
The school will not be responsible if children are found missing after the school hours. Parents are requested to instruct their children not to go to the homes of friends and relations without their permission.
Change of residence should be notified to the school.
Parents may engage the teachers of the institution for private tuition only after due permission of the Principal is obtained. Requests for tuition may not be considered after the month of December.
The engagement of private tutors may prove injurious to real progress and should not be made without consulting the Principal. Staff members may not accept tuition without the previous sanction of the Principal.
No collection for any purpose whatsoever, is to be started in the school, and no meeting, demonstration, party or picnic may be held without the previous sanction of the Principal.
Presents to the members of the staff or other demonstration in their honour require previous sanction of the Principal.
Students are responsible to the school authorities for their conduct both in and outside school. Hence misbehavior in public streets and conveyances justifies dismissal. Any reported or observed objectionable conduct is liable to disciplinary action.
Parents and guardians will bear the responsibility for the good conduct, home studies and regular attendance of their wards. The principal reserves the right to or not to retain such pupils who act otherwise than conforming to the school ideals in and outside school. Insubordination, contempt of authority, harmful conduct, irregular attendance, leaving the school premises without permission, lack of punctuality, unsatisfactory progress in studies, dishonesty etc., are sufficient reasons for removing a student from the school rolls.
Collections, for whatever purpose, require the Principal’s sanction and all account of the same must be handed over to the Principal.
No certificate of any kind will be given without a written application from the parent/guardian. The application should be handed over at the School office at least 3 days before the date on which the Certificate is required. An additional sum of Rs. 100/- will be payable for any certificate issued after five years from the date of leaving the institution.
Students shall be liable to dismissal from school on any of the following grounds
Inability to follow classes in English.
Continuous lack of progress in class and those who are detained twice in the same class.
Acts of indiscipline and insubordination.
Absence for more than ten days without application and information.
Immoral acts of stealing, damaging or misbehavior.
Non-payment of school fees.
Parent’s misbehavior with teachers and school management.
Conviction by a Court of law for any Criminal offence.
Before withdrawing a student from the school, a calendar month’s notice in writing is to be given by the parent or guardian. A month’s fee is to be paid if no notice of withdrawal is given.
A Transfer Certificate or any other document will be issued only if all the dues of fees have been paid and all library books returned.
When a child has once been withdrawn, the Admission Fee must be paid again on readmission.