Our Tradition

Along with the right to an education, the student has a corresponding responsibility to co-operate fully with all persons employed by the school Management and other persons who have been assigned responsibilities with respect to the service provided by the school management. Students are expected to be diligent in their studies conform to the rules of the school, and submit to such discipline as would be exercised by a kind, firm and judicious parent.
Parents / guardians are obliged to give good example of gentle behaviour to their wards by respecting school management, staff and other employees of the institution. Unbecoming and unruly behaviour of the parents / guardians will result in the suspension or dismissal of their wards.
Parents may be asked to attend interview regarding disciplinary problems of their wards.

We expect our students: -

  1. To be friendly with one another in and out of school.
  2. To avoid vulgarity in our talk and behaviour and thus uphold the dignity as persons.
  3. To accept whatever work assigned to us as our rightful share.
  4. To offer help to any unattended visitors we happen to meet on the school premises.
  5. To rise when any Father, Sister, Teacher or Visitor enters or passes through any room in which we happen to be.
  6. To greet our teachers and elders wherever we meet.
  7. To be courteous to and sportsman like with opposing teams and with officials.
  8. To keep silence in computer room, laboratory and the library and to respect, the rights of other students using it.
  9. To respect the beauty of the school premises and to report any damage which we may observe.
  10. To avoid dropping papers on the school premises and to pick up any such paper doped by others.
  11. To learn and observe good manners everywhere.
  12. To be sincere and faithful in small things.

The aim of the school is to develop within the student a sense of self-discipline. The true meaning of discipline is training of mind and character.

  1. Irregular attendance, unjustified or unexplained absence, habitual late coming, disobedience or objectionable behaviour of any kind may result in removal of a student from school.
  2. Children are held responsible for unnecessary or willful damage to school property. A flat payment will be charged to help offset the cost of repairs or replacement as necessary.
  3. No student is permitted to leave the school premises except on the strength of a letter of a letter of authorization from his / her guardian.
  4. Pupils are responsible for the safe custody of their books and belongings. Each article should be marked with the pupil’s name. No jewellery is to be worn in the School, no cell phone and valuables are permitted in the School.
  5. Every child attending the school is obliged to take part in drills, games and others activities (except those who are physically unfit.)
  6. Students shall speak English at all time in the school premises without exception.
  7. On the 1st Saturday other than public holiday of every month from 9.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. parents are encouraged to visit the school and discuss with the teachers regarding their wards.

Punctuality, Absence and Sickness

  1. Students must be in school well in time to be ready for the morning Assembly. The school gate will be closed 10 minutes before the assembly, and students who come late will not be allowed to attend school for that day. Students living outside city limits may be given special consideration.
  2. Absence from class: staying away from school without leave is not tolerated except when the case is sudden illness or unforeseen circumstances. No leave of absence is given nor is a student allowed to go away from the school during school hours without a written application from the guardians stating the reason which must be a serious one. Whenever leave has been sanctioned, the fact should be recorded.

Regularity Record

  1. Absence without leave is liable to punishment either with fine or in any other form.
  2. After an absence from class, pupils must bring the reason duly entered in the Regularity Record stating briefly the cause of the absence or delay. Name of pupils who have been absent from school for 15 days and more without permission are liable to be struck off the rolls and may not be readmitted
  3. Medical certificate is necessary in case of sickness for over three days.
  4. Two weeks quarantine period must be observed for whooping Cough, Chicken pox, Measles and Mumps. Students inflicted by the infectious diseases or exposed to such diseases in their homes must complete the quarantine period before rejoining school. This should be indicated in the Medical Certificate.