Guidelines for Parents
You can be Proud of Your Child If you Care for Her/Him
- Parents are expected to co-operate with the school in enforcing regularity and discipline in the children by seeing that they prepare their lessons at home and also take active interest in the activities of the school.
- Attend the parent / teacher meetings to ensure your child's progress in school.
- Your absence could be interpreted as indifference.
- Write a note explaining why you could not attend the PTM.
- Always pay the fees and other dues on time and avoid embarrassment to the child.
- Birthday celebrations, giving gifts and sweets to children and staff are not permitted.
- No child is permitted to leave the school premises once he/she comes to school during the school hours.
- Appointments with doctors, must not be taken during the school hours.
- Private tuition is totally banned for students by the school staff.
- Books, tiffin, articles etc. will not be delivered to the children during class hours.
- Parents, guardians or visitors are not allowed to walk into class rooms or to see their children or meet their teachers during school hours, without prior permission of the Principal.
- Criticism of students, teachers or the school in his/her presence should be prudently avoided, because it causes the student to lose his/her respect for the teacher, with the consequent failure to learn from her. If you have a legitimate complaint, report it to the Principal directly and not to any member of the staff.
- In all communication with the school, the name, standard, and section of the child should be clearly mentioned.
- The school management, Principal and staff will not be held responsible in anyway .
- for any accident or mishap that may occur to the student in the school premises during the school hours or while going back home by bus or any other vehicle.
- Sick students should not be sent to school.
- Students suffering from any contagious or infectious disease are not allowed back to school until recovery is complete. Parents should note the Quarantine periods recommended for these common childhood ailments.
- Chicken Pox and Small Pox Till all the blisters dry and fall off.
- Measles Two weeks after the rashes disappear.
- Mumps 1 week after the swelling has subsided.
- Jaundice 4 weeks.
- Whooping cough 4 weeks.
- Conjunctivitis Till no white discharge comes out from the eyes.
- Viral Fever Five days after the fever has come down to normal.
Practising Cyber Safety
The benefits of internet cannot be denied. In order to encourage safe surfing, students must agree to act in a considerate and responsible manner. They are expected to observe appropriate internet etiquettes. Parents must assume the responsibility to teach children about internet safety to make their learning safe and sound under their supervision.