admission

School Hours:


Summer:

7.30 a.m. to 1 p.m.



Winter:

8.30 a.m. To 2 p.m.

School Uniform

The way a student is dressed reflects the image of the school he/she attends as well as the value of the community. Students are expected to adhere to the dress code and come to school well groomed. No student will be allowed to sit in the class without proper uniform. Boys : White Shirt, Steel Grey Pant/Trouser, Steel Grey Socks, Black Shoes, Red Tie and Steel Grey Belt with School emblem.

Boys :

White Shirt, Steel Grey Pant/Trouser, Steel Grey Socks, Black Shoes, Red Tie and Steel Grey Belt with School emblem.

Girls :

White Blouse, Skirt of Black and Yellow check, Steel Grey Socks, Black Shoes, Red Tie and Steel Grey Belt with School emblem.

Winter :

Bottle Green Sweater from Nursery to Class V. Bottle Green Blazer from Class VI to XII.

N.B. :

White Uniform is to be worn on Wednesdays and Saturdays.


Attendance

Parents will have to see that the child is regular in attendance. Students having less than 75% attendance in class may be debarred from appearing for their final examination.

In case of absence due to an emergency, an application for leave is to be submitted duly signed by the parent. Sick leave is granted only on application accompanied by a Medical Certificate.

Name of a student who remains absent continuously for more than ten days may be removed from the rolls.


Rules of Conduct

A positive standard of conduct will he held fbr the students at all times. Because students are often subject to negative in tillelleCS from other sources, it is necessary to specifically mention certai n negative attitudes and behaviour that cannot be tolerated:

  1. Disobeying simple ordi nary classroom rules.
  2. Showing disrespect and insubordination towards school personnel.
  3. Bringing unnecessary and inappropriate items to the school campus. Among these are weapons, sharp objects, radios, tape recorders, cameras, distracting toys, tobacco products, alcohol, drugs, cigarette, lighters, matches, explosives, inappropriate jewellery and mobile phone etc. Such objects will be confiscated and returned only to the student's parent.
  4. Unwholesome language including profanity, slang or obscenity in words or action.
  5. Strict regularity and punctuality, implicit obedience, courtesy in words and deed, cleanliness in dress and school property are expected from every pupil.
  6. Irregular attendance, habitual lack o finterest in school work, stealing, misconduct even outside the school premises, wilful, repeated breaches of school regulations are sufficient reasons for dismissal of the child from school.
  7. Pupils are responsible to the school authorities not only for their conduct in school but also their general behavour outside. Any report of objectionable conduct on the part of any pupil will make him/her liable for disciplinary action. Misbehaviour on public streets and conveyances is liable to the same action.
  8. The Principal, in the interest of the school and without assigning any reason, may ask a parent/guardian to withdraw his ward should the ward's conduct, behavior or influence, in the Principal's opinion, be in any way detrimental to the common good of th e school and its smooth running.
  9. All pupils are required to wear the school uniform. Neatness in dress and person should be cultivated by each pupil. Long nails, nail polish, jewellery or the bringing of expensive articles to school is strictly prohibited. All should be particularly careful NOT TO THROW PAPER anywhere in the school premises. They should use waste paper baskets and bins specially provided for this purpose.
  10. All are expected to speak English in school. Hindi may be spoken during the Hindi lessons only.
  11. Gifts to members of the staff or other demonstrations in their honour, require previous sanction of the Principal. All pupils should endeavour to excel in the practice of good manners and obedience to their teachers. Pupils are expected to attend all school functions and meetings.

Punishments:

The Principal is much averse to the use of corporal punishments, but reserves the right to use this if it is necessary in the general interest of the school discipline or of the child's character.