Students must carry their school diary every day. Photograph and identity information page should be completed and signed.
- The first school bell rings at 7.50 am by which the students are expected to be in their respective classrooms.
- A note will be made in the school diary if the students reach late to school.
- Three consecutive late arrivals would lead to students being sent back home.
APPEARANCE AND UNIFORM
- Students should come neatly dressed to the school
- Girls should plait their hair if their hair length is below their shoulders and they should not wear any jewellery to school. However, they can wear a pair of small ear rings.
- Boys should get their hair cut at regular intervals.
Girls – Navy blue skirt, Cream colour shirt with school emblem, scarf with lining blue & white, white socks, plain black shoes, navy blue cardigan (in winter).
Boys – Navy blue short / pant, cream colour shirt with school emblem, tie with blue & white stripes, white socks and black plain shoes. Navy blue V-neck cardigan (in winter).
- Reference books are not issued, library books if borrowed should be returned within a week.
- Books marked, disfigured or damaged will have to be replaced or paid for by the borrower.
BEHAVIOUR AND DISCIPLINE
- Students are expected to respect other’s properties as well as school properties. Damage done even by accident should be reported to the class teacher immediately.
- Every student is expected to respect school property, any damage done by the student will be fined.
- Every student should have respect for their books. Note books and text books should be properly named, covered and neatly maintained.
- It’s not advisable to bring any valuable articles (expensive watches, cell phones, cameras, mp3 players) to school. If lost the school is not responsible for it. Mobiles, cameras, Mp3 players if found will be confiscated by the school.
- The observance of rules of discipline and good behaviour is essential condition for the student’s continuance in the school. The school reserves the right to suspend or take strict disciplinary action against student whose progress in studies is constantly unsatisfactory or whose conduct is harmful to other students.
CHARACTERISTICS OF SUCCESSFUL LEARNERS
Successful Learners tend to share key characteristics, which can be regarded as success criteria for effective learning. By identifying the students gaps and providing opportunities for them to acquire and practice the underpinning skills and qualities, teachers can equip their students more effectively for higher level achievement.
The following 10 characteristics are key factors in academic and long term success in life:
- Self-Awareness – one must have the capacity to take control of his/her learning and progress, not by just doing the minimum because the teacher asks for it.
- One must have good vocabulary and an excellent command of academic English- should be able to change from formal to informal conversation.
- One must have a knowledge of the higher grades and levels and should gain an understanding to achieve it.
- Self-confidence – to trust in one’s ability and motivation – willingness to do things by oneself
- One must possess good speaking, listening and critical thinking skills
- Good social skills will help oneself to get along with different types of people
- Good independent study skills should be developed, not just for completing a homework.
- One must always remember that the text book is not the syllabus or curriculum, we should go beyond the syllabus and think what the expert in this field would be doing, reading and discussing.
- Cross curriculum learning is important, understand how the different knowledge in different subjects are interconnected – Linking learning to the real world.
- A lot of support and family resources should be made available for the students for encouraging high quality talking, listening and looking for opportunities to experience new things.
RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE GUARDIANS
- Check your ward’s diary daily. Do sign if any and take necessary actions.
- Report cards for KG I & II should be signed and returned to the class teachers, if lost, a duplicate report card will be issued on payment of fine.
- For primary onwards, grades will updated on the Digital campus
- Parents must regularly check the Digital Campus for all the circulars and assignments.
- Home-works, monthly assignments will be uploaded in the Digital Campus, the students must do the home work given regularly.
- It is the responsibility of every student to go home and complete the home-work, assignments and worksheets put-up on the Digital Campus.
- Prior permission needs to be taken if you wish to take your wards away during the school hours.
- Fix up an appointment if you wish to meet your wards class teacher. In no case, the teacher should be disturbed during the class hours.
- No class party can be held in case of birthdays during the school hours.
- For Grade 5, a handwriting test will be conducted which will qualify them to use a pen for the successive year.
- Students who have been sick must bring a medical certificate and submit it to the class teacher on the date of joining school.
- Parents should fill up the Record for Non Attendance for each day the student is absent from school stating the reason for absence.
- When a student is absent, it is mandatory for the parents to inform the school by either calling or sending an e-mail. School will attend calls from 8 am onwards during school days.
- Students who need medical attention during school hours, may bring it to the knowledge of the class teacher and the school Nurse. Proforma is available in the school website.
- Students absent on the previous day will be admitted to the class with a letter from the parent addressed to the class teacher, stating the reason for the absence.
- Leave for going out of town should be approved prior to proceeding on leave. Only emergency and medical leave will be approved on producing valid documents.
- Students suffering from the following diseases must observe the prescribed period of quarantine before returning to class:
- Chicken Pox – Till complete falling of the scabs
- Cholera – Till the child is completely well
- Measles – Two weeks after the rash disappears.
- Mumps – Until the swelling has gone, about one month
- Jaundice – Six weeks after recovery
- It is compulsory for students to complete 80% of the attendance in the academic session to make them eligible to sit for 2nd semester exam .
- Unexplained absence for more than a month without the payment of fees renders the students to have their name struck off the rolls. Re-admission may be granted on payment of fresh admission fees depending on the availability of seats.
“Leadership is the capacity to transform vision into reality.”
Social leadership and responsibility are best learnt through active participation. After a careful scrutiny of the student’s school records, extra-curricular activities and their academic performances, we have selected and entrusted the students with various responsibility to share the task of maintaining decorum in the school.