Drop Your Message
- Parents are requested to enforce regularity and discipline. They should see that their children prepare their lessons daily, do the work given to them and leave the home in time to be punctual in the school. They should devote sufficient time for their studies.
- Politeness and courtesy in speech and conduct should be inculcated as well as cleanliness in dress and person.
- Leave of absence may be granted for sufficient reason but only on application from the parent / guardian. This must be made in advance, whenever possible, clearly mentioning the name, class and section of their child / ward. Leave may not be granted for a part of the session or half day. Absence and Leave record given in this Diary must be made use of.
- Any communication (request or complaint) made by the parent / guardian should be addressed to the Principal and not to class teacher. When thus communicating with the Principal, parents / guardians are requested to mention in their letters the names and classes with section of their children.
- No visitors (parents / others) are allowed to see pupils or interview their teachers during class hours. All business will be transacted in the office.
- Parents are requested not to send for or call away their children during class hours except in case of an unforeseen emergency.
- Parents / Guardians are particularly expected to sign messages, progress-reports or any similar documents when so requested. Failure to do so may put their children to great inconvenience and render them liable to being sent home. Coming late repeatedly or forgetting to bring books may be punished in the same way.
- Parents must realise that Parent-Teacher Meetings are very important and attend them as indicated in the school diary. They are welcome to meet the teachers with the prior permission of the principal before or after the school hours.
- The school welcomes constructive criticism. The management feels happy when parents take keen interest in the progress of the Institution and point out our drawbacks. Without regular feedback from the parents, it will be difficult for the school to make progress. It will be better to send complaints and suggestions, if any, to the Principal and not teachers. It is to be done directly either in writing or by meeting the Principal personally.
- The Principal reserves the right to inflict punishment upon students.
- Small children should not be entrusted with payment of fees.
- The interpretation of any rule in this diary, as well as any amendments to it rests solely and entirely with the Governing Body of the school. This shall be final and binding on parents/guardians and no case shall lie in any court of law in respect of the decision.