Guardians Rules

General Guidelines to the Parents :

    The school’s saying to the guardians goes mostly in print or through the student’s diary. Guardians kindly read all the circulars thoroughly with all seriousness and should act accordingly.

    Remarks recorded in the school diary/ copies/ mark sheet are sent for acknowledgements by the guardians. Student’s commercial on student’s tasks, letters and notes, whenever given, may kindly be looked into carefully and appropriate steps should be taken so that the defects may not arise again.

    Any discrepancy/ confusion may kindly be reconciled/ cleared by prompt exchange of references with the school preferably through the school diary.

    Parents are requested not to enter classrooms to see their children or teachers during school hours.

    Parents are required to inform the school office, if there is any change in their address, telephone numbers and other relevant information, immediately.

    Parent’s attention is drawn to the fact that criticism of the school or teacher in the presence of a child should be strictly avoided because it causes the students to lose respect for their teachers with the consequent failure to learn from them and retards their progress.

    Parents can meet the Principal on stipulated days after taking prior appointment.

    Parents can meet the Teachers on stipulated days after taking prior appointment.

    The parents are required to attend the Parent Teacher Meeting on a regular basis and the Class Teacher should be informed about any absenteeism, prior to the meeting. A respectable Code of Conduct should be maintained and punctuality observed at such meetings.

    Any communication made by the parent /guardian should be addressed to the Class Teacher. The address and phone no., Name of the Student, Class, Roll number, should be clearly mentioned in the application.

    Parents should sign the progress report card and return it to the school within three days. If lost / mutilated, a replacement will be made after the payment of the required fine of RS.100 at the Principal’s Office.

    Parents are required to co-operate with the school in its attempt to help their children progress by paying attention to their attendance, punctuality and discipline and to take interest in their child’s work. They are advised to check the bags of their wards to see if any circular / notice / invitation etc. has been issued.

    Parents are requested to personally see off and receive their wards along with the Escort Card.

    Parents must first consult the school calendar, date sheets and other circulars before making enquiries over the phone.

    Parents and guardians are requested to read and explain the school rules to their wards.

    In the event of the student missing his/ her assessment due to his / her absence from the school, there shall be no re – assessment for the student.

    Parents are requested to carry the Escort Card on their person while visiting the school for any function organized by the school. If either of the cards are damaged or lost, an application along with one / two identical photo(s) has to be submitted to the office and the parent will be issued a temporary Identity / Escort Card, as the case may be. Further, parents shall be required to pay Rs. 50/- per each Identity Card / Escort Card at the school office. Further loss of the ID card will need to be intimated to the Principal, in case the student is in high school or else to the Head- mistress and Rs.100/- per each Identity Card / Escort Card will be charged for a replacement and strict action will be initiated.

    In order to secure all that is best in the education of your child, the maximum cooperation between parents and the school authority is necessary. We earnestly recommend that parents or guardians should look into their children’s school diary everyday and see to it that lessons or home works assigned for the next day, are done. The child should be encouraged to cultivate neatness habitually, and all slovenliness should be firmly checked.

    Children who are ill should not be sent to school either to attend class or take the tests. The chances are that they will do badly and consequently spoil the records of the terms of work. Cases of illness are settled on test basis of the terms of work in consultation with teachers and previous records.

    Keeping away your ward from classes for social functions is not recommended because it retards the child’s progress in school and minimizes the respect for regular hard work, and that hampers progress in studies.

    As the medium of instruction in this school is exclusively English. Children can be helped to follow their classes easily and intelligently with the help of reasonable amount of English conversation at home.