1. Be available it is necessary to disons the aspects of your order

at school.sign drars, progress reports or other similar requested to do so to avoid putting your child thout any conve

  1. Parents/Guardians are expected to co-operate with the scher

enforcing regularity and discipline. They should see to it that their  prepare their lessons and take active interest inach activities of the interest in each activities of the school. 

  1. Check the school dairy daily, as it forms a link between the school and the parents.

4- Feel free to contact an individual teacher during his/her free periods but prior permission from the Principal if you wish to discuss a matter of core to you or your child Be open to listening and considering the teachers’ opinions regarding child, even when the comments may be less than complimentary Erent firm parental discipline in cases where your child’s behators Ostracting from the quality of learning opportunities for others in thesco. Keep your child at home i helshe is suffering from a contagious dans le mumps, measles, chickenpox, small pox, whooping cough, conjunctivitis and send him/her toschool only with doctor’s fitness certificate. Atag beating the name of the pupil should invariably be attached to the scos

blazer and jersey pullover of the pupil. . Parents are requested to remain regularly in touch with the studies of the cold

and also keep in contact with the school.

  1. Parents are requested to check the school diary daily and take a note of it and

also sign the remarks made in the diary

  1. Parents must give significant time and attention towards the programdaily work of the children and help them daily in their studies.
  2. Respect for persons, property and environment should bechildren.
  3. It is very much appreciated when parents respondre

appreciated when parents respond readily and attend the Parent-Teacher’s meeting on days given teacher’s meeting on days given in this student planner or as and notified by the Principal and other school events. It is only with the operation of the parents the school can promote the all-round development the pupil. The school administration will take a serious view of parents! regularly absenting themselves from such meetings.

  1. Parents/Guardians are requested to foster in their wards the habits of neatness and punctuality, qualities of politeness and courtesy of speech good conduct, and cleanliness of dress and of person.
  2. Parents/Guardians are not allowed to go to the classrooms to meet their

wards or their teachers during the school hours without the sanction of the


  1. Parents/Guardians are requested to sign Progress Report, or any other information when so required. Failure to do so may cause great mutual inconvenience.
  2. Private tuition is strongly discouraged. It is important that a child develops the

habit of working and studying on his/her own under the guidance of parents. Parents/Guardians may not make private arrangement for tuition with the members of the staff without consulting the Principal. If found necessary it will be allowed and arranged for by the Principal himself. A teacher will undertake

no tuition one month prior to the Final Assessment

  1. Parents/Guardians are requested not to send for their wards during the class

hours, except in cases of unforeseen circumstances or serious illness and in such cases half-day leave may be granted if parents/guardians come with a duly signed application to fetch their wards. But during the assessment periods no student will be allowed to take half day leave. It has constantly been seen by the educationists that co-curricular activities and hobbies enhance the personality of children and bring out the talents in then We he ein and make them aware of the large potentiality that is dormant in them. we have various activities in the school like Sports and Games, which play an important role in building a good and healthy physique, character and apline in the pupils. What your ward is, and what he/she can do, will be discovered only in these activities and parents play a great role in making it possible for both the school and the ward. Principal to meet the pupil.

23 . Suggestions or complaints if any are to be made in writing with full name child, & section. Any change in pupil’s address and telephone

must immediately be notified to the school office by the Parents/Guardian

  1. Parents/Guardians are to see that the day to day home assignment completed by their wards at home itself before they set out for school homework assigned in the ‘Student Planner’ is signed daily
  2. Any personal threat to and/or pressure on the staff members teaching or

teaching by parents/quardians in any form will be viewed seriously and will

for a strict disciplinary action to the extent of dismissal of their wards.

  1. Parents are requested not to pamper their children with expensive gifts

watches, rings, chains or big amount of pocket money. School will not access

responsibility for their safety.

  1. Any pupil to have tendency towards stealing, using indecent language of

showing disrespect to teachers or having any other destructive tendency, will

be asked to be withdrawn even during the Academic Session

  1. Parents/Guardians are responsible to take away wards within 15 minutes after

the school gives over, just as much as they are responsible to bring/send them at least 10 minutes before the school begins. The school will not be

responsible for their wards after this time limit.

  1. Parents/Guardians not showing sufficient interest for the progress of their

wards or failing to comply with the rules and regulations given above will be requested to withdraw their wards from the school at the end of the Academic


  1. Parents/Guardians must not chew tobacco products within the school campus.
  2. Parents/Guardians and pupils must be fully acquainted with the rules and

regulations in the Student Planner. Ignorance of the rules will be no excuse.


We expect that you will:

  1. a) Show pride in your school and present a good image especially by

enaming yourself when in public and particularly on your way to and from school.

  1. b) Display your school spirit by participating in school activities.
  2. C) Make the necessary arrangements to stay back after school hou

participate in academics, sports and co-curricular activities when he never

  1. d) Respect school property an property

ers and your fellow students, courtesy and respect at all

el Not bring mobiles, iPod and other electronic gadgets. f Show your teachers and your fellow students, court

times. al Come to the class on time and bring all necessary materials with you. h) Complete the assignments carefully and on time. i Be polite, friendly and well-behaved in and outside the school. i Be honest and truthful, whatever may be the cost.

Accept cheerfully every work and responsibility given, and face difficulties with

courage and determination.

1) Be courteous and sportsmanlike on the playground with opposing teams and

with the officials. m) Respect your own property as well as that of the school and also property

belonging to others. n) Be bold enough to say ‘No’ when asked to do a thing which you know to be