General Rules

Reports on general progress will be sent to parents during the year. These should be studied carefully and returned to the school authorities signed by a parent or a guardian, Promotions are granted on the basis of the whole year's work. The decision of the school authorities with regard to promotion in FINAL.

Parents are earnestly requested to see that their children attend school punctually and that they are collected punctually, at the school closing time. They are asked to co-operate with the work of the school by enforcing regularity and discipline, and by taking a general interest in their children's progress. They should check the Diary regularly and note the teacher's remarks etc.

No pupil may leave the school premises without the permission of the Principal, and the required Gate Pass. Special Passes will be issued only at the written request of parents. The observance of this regulation is of vital importance for the safety of the children and school discipline.

No books, periodicals, pictures or newspapers shall be brought into the school or circulated among the students without the permission of the Principal. No jewellery is to be worn, and simplicity in dress and manner is essential. Wrist watches are permitted only from Class VII up.

No cell-phones, expensive pens, pencil boxes, water-bottles etc. shall be brought into the school or circulated among the students. If a student is found in possession of a cell phone during school hours, it will be confiscated and the management will not entertain any please for its return. This is necessary to safeguard the value system of the school. The school will not be held responsible for the safe custody of any such item. Personal property e.g. books, cardigans, bags etc. should bear the name of the owner.

Every pupil is expected to subscribe towards small school shows and local charities and to pay the requisite fees for school examinations. No collections or fines or raising of funds are to be made in the school without the explicit permission of the Principal. They are expected to participate in all co-curricular activities including social service, tours, camps, films etc. as these are also a very important part of their education. This can be within or outside school hours.

Pupils are responsible for the safe custody of their books and belongings. All damage to school property must be reimbursed at the cost of the offender. Personal property e.g. books, cardigans, bags etc. should bear the name of the owner. Expensive items should not be brought to school, nor should parents indulge their children by providing such luxuries, even at home.

Parents or guardians are not allowed to see their children or interview teachers during school hours without the permission of the Principal and by a previous appointment, as the members of the Staff may not leave the classroom during a teaching period.There is no provision for guardians or domestic help to remain on the premises during school hours.