Rules & Regulation
Parent – Teacher Interaction: Believing implicitly that parents and teachers are partners in the educational process, the school invites parents to interact with the school in the following ways
1.Attending Parent – Teacher Meetings which provide a venue fora. better understanding of the child.
b. Attending School Functions.
|Manager||10.00 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. (Monday – Friday)|
|The Head||09:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. (Monday – Friday)|
|The Teachers||1st & 3rd Saturday of every month Timings: 09.00 a.m. to 11.30 a.m. only|
|School Office & Fee Counter||09.00 am to 01.00 pm (Monday-Saturday) (Except 2nd & 4th Saturdays)|
|Counsellor||With prior appointment (Monday – Friday)|
|Note: Parents should STRICTLY ADHERE to the above mentioned time specifications to avoid any inconvenience. No school business will be transacted on holidays, 2nd & 4th Saturdays.|
It is COMPULSORY for all pupils to wear the prescribed School Uniform. Pupils who do not conform to the dress regulations given below will not be permitted to attend classes and may also be sent home.
The uniform is as follows:
Class I, II, III & IV:
Boys: Navy Blue colour Shorts, Light Green Shirts, White Socks, Black Leather Shoes and Ties.
Girls: Checked Wrap-around Skirts, Red Shirts, White Socks, Black Leather Shoes, Red Ribbons or Clips and Ties.
Class V, Vl, VII, Vlll, IX & X:
Boys: Light Blue Shirts, Navy Blue Trousers, White Socks, Black Leather Shoes and Ties.
Girls: Light Blue Shirts, Checked Wrap-around Skirts, White, Black Leather Shoes, Red Ribbons or Clips and Ties.
General Rules – Regulations and Discipline:
The Principal can, in the interest of the school and without assigning any reason, ask a parent to remove a pupil, should the pupil’s conduct or influence, in the Principal’s opinion, be in any way detrimental to the good name and smooth running of the school.Pupils must be in school till the last working day and return after the holidays on the re-opening day, failing which a fine of Rs. 15/- per day will be levied.
All pupils must be regular in attendance and late comers will be fined Rs. 25/- per day.
Children must come in clean uniforms and those who do not come in proper school uniforms will be punished/sent home. Any pupil shabbily -or untidily dressed will be sent home. Special attention must be paid to the hair.
A pupil coming to school with nits or lice in his / her hair will be given two warnings after which the child will be given a crew cut in the school and charged.
Pupils suffering from infectious diseases or those who have been exposed to such diseases in their homes must complete the certificate by the school doctor must be produced.
Girls are expected to come with hair neatly combed, plaited and tied, if long with red ribbons only. Right-hand should not be used. Hair should not fall over the forehead. No jewellery should be worn with the school uniform. Expensive articles should not be brought. The school is not responsible if they are lost. Wrist watches should not be worn.
Boys must have a proper hair cut regularly and not the mushroom haircut. If not, they will be given a haircut in the school.
Any books, periodicals, magazines, comics or pictures of any kind not approved by the school will be confiscated.
Irregular attendance, unjustified or unexplained absence for more than a week, habitual late-coming and lack of interest in school work, disobedience or objectionable moral influence, justifies dismissal. Pupils ought to be, by their exemplary conduct, a credit to their school, both in and out of it.
Students using abusive language or behaving in a boisterous manner will be punished/asked to leave school.
Pupils are expected to be honest and respect the rights of others. They are not supposed to take away books or other articles which do not belong to them.
School property wilfully damaged or destroyed will be required to be made good. The cost of repairs will be borne by the pupils concerned.
Physical Education and Games are a compulsory part of the curriculum.
Our Co-Curricular activities are:
(iii) Art and Craft Exhibition
(iv) Class excursions
(v ) fruit salad making
(vi) Science Exhibitions
(vii) Sports & Games.
Duplicate copies of Transfer Certificate are not issued
Each pupils belongings are to be properly marked for easy identification. Books are to be neatly covered with brown paper and properly labeled.
Pupils are expected to take care of school property and any damage to it will result in the imposition of a fine or the replacement of the item.
Pupils are not to bring valuables to school. The school cannot be held responsible for the loss of personal items. Wristwatches should not be worn.
Courtesy and respect are the key aspects of the pupil behavior. Disrespect and disobedience may result in disciplinary action involving suspension or even expulsion.
Punctuality is essential and pupils must report to school on time. Once they come to school they are not permitted to go out of the campus. Habitual latecomers are liable to face disciplinary action.
Absence from school even for 1 or 2 days should be explained in the appropriate manner.
If a pupil’s absence for more than three days is on account of illness a medical certificate should be forwarded to the school.
A pupil suffering from a contagious disease or illness like chickenpox, mumps, measles or influenza is not to be sent to school till the quarantine period is over. A fitness certificate from the medical practitioner along with a leave letter to the Principal must be submitted on the pupil’s return.
Applications for long leave of absence must be submitted in writing, in advance to the Principal. It may be noted that it is the or the pupil to make up the work missed.
Parents of pupils of Grade 1 to Grade 7 are to ensure that the identification cards provided by the school are worn by the child daily. (especially those newly admitted)
Parents are requested to check the school diary regularly and to personally acknowledge the receipt of circulars.
It may be noted that any student found guilty of repeated in school may be suspended by the Principal.
Bullying IN ANY FORM will not be tolerated.
The use of unfair means during assessments or examinations will constitute a serious violation of school rules. Immediate action will be taken against the offender.
Leave Of Absence:
- Parents must realize how important it is that children should not be distracted in the regular, planned routine of their lessons.
- No child may leave the school premises during the working hours of the school without the permission of the Principal.
- In the case of sickness, intimation must be given to the office immediately. Absence over three days requires a fitness and medical certificate.
- Students should not be kept away from school except for illness. Children often miss important work when they are absent.
- If an appointment is made with a doctor, the pupil must not be, sent to school on that day.
- The Principal reserves the right to refuse leave of absence for festivals, weddings and other ceremonies at home if it interferes with the pupil’s work in school or hampers the school discipline.
- Parents are requested to adjust their programmes of leaving the station, etc., so as to coincide with the holidays of the school and thus reduce to an absolute minimum the need for absence on school days which is always detrimental to the smooth running and discipline of the school.
- Attending weddings and other functions outside the station during school time interferes with the routine and school discipline. Parents are requested not to take girls/boys with them to attend these functions.
- The date of opening and closing of the school must be strictly observed.
- Students returning to school late may have their names struck off the school rolls.
Weekly Assessments, Tests and Examinations:
- Tests will be conducted according to the scheduled timetable.
- The average marks of the tests, half-yearly and final examination will be considered for promotion.
- A pupil who is absent for any Test or Examination will on no account be re-tested.
- Cheating in an examination may result in either a Zero in the subject or if repeated, dismissal from the school.
- No student will be allowed to go home after appearing for a test.
- In the event of weekly test/assessments having to be postponed owing to unavoidable circumstances, they will be conducted on the first working day after that unless otherwise intimated.
- Failure in English will result in detention preceded by three strict warnings that will be strictly observed.
- A pupil who fails consecutively twice in the same class will have to leave the school.
- Rules for promotion will be as per C.B.S.E. Regulations.
- Promotions are decided on the pupil’s progress throughout the year, based on the continuous assessment and examinations.
- Failure in the whole result
may be due to;
(i) Failure in The English language, (ii) Failure in two or more compulsory subjects.
- Promotions once refused will not be reconsidered under any circumstances. A minimum of 75% attendance is compulsory for promotion.
Recommendations to the Parents:
- The school expects the
co-operation of the parents to ensure;
a) That the children come to school regularly, punctually and neatly dressed.
b) That the children bring to school their books and exercise books which are to be maintained properly.
c) That the children do their homework regularly. d) That the child brings his / her diary every day to school.
e) That the homework is signed every day. To attend the P.T.A. meetings as scheduled.
- Parents are requested to sign their child’s reports and any other information communicated by the teacher as a proof that they have gone through the reports. Failure to do this may cause inconvenience.
- Parents are particularly expected to sign the reports or any other similar documents when so requested. Failure to do so may put your children to great inconvenience as teachers are instructed to send the children home to get their reports signed.
- When parents are requested to see the principal regarding any complaint, they should comply as early as possible.
- All correspondence should be carried out through the school office addressed to the Principal. When writing to the school regarding their children, parents should mention the names and standard In which the pupil is studying.
- Parents / Guardians are not allowed to see pupils or interview teachers during class hours without the permission of the Head of the school.
- Parents and guardians are specially requested to adhere to the school rules and regulations and help the school to enforce discipline and regularity to build, good habits and character in their children.
- Parents / Guardians are requested to notify the school of any change in address or telephone number.
- Parents, please help us in the economy drive by enclosing self-addressed, stamped envelope when asking for any information from the office by post.
- Parents / Guardians are requested to read all rules and see that their child/ward adheres to them carefully.
- Pupils may be required to take part in various school activities and when required to do so participation will be deemed compulsory by the school.
- Meeting with the Principal are strictly during visiting hours 9.00 a.m. to 1 1.00 a.m. on every day except Sunday or between 11.00 a.m. to 11.30 a.m.
- SchooI Office Timings: 9. 00 a. m. to 11. 00 a. m with prior appointment.
- No leaving certificate will be issued unless the parent or guardian makes a request in writing in the prescribed form provided at the back of the diary.
- One clear Calendar month’s notice of withdrawal is required. If one month’s notice is not given before the term finishes or begins, then a Term’s fee following that in which the child is withdrawn will be charged.
- All fees once paid are non refundable. • The caution deposit is refundable. Must be claimed within one month of child leaving the school on producing original receipt.