Discipline and Code of Conduct: The school upholds a strict discipline and code of conduct for all its students. Any irregular attendance, habitual inattention to school work, obscenity in work or act, insubordination to school authorities, transgressions of the rules given in this diary, cheating, or any other misconduct is not tolerated. Any behavior that is considered by the Principal not suitable to the good tone and general good of the school is sufficient reason for punishment, fine, or even dismissal of the offender. The school expects all its students to abide by these rules and regulations to maintain a healthy and positive learning environment.
Classroom Etiquette and Maintenance: Students are responsible for any damage done to school property and are required to make it good. Classrooms should be kept tidy and attractive, and scribbling on furniture or walls is strictly forbidden. The class captain should ensure that lights and fans are switched off when leaving the classroom and waste paper is disposed of in the bins provided. During the transition period between teachers leaving and arriving in the classroom, students should not engage in idle talk or create disturbance, but rather wait in silence for the teacher's arrival and stand up to greet them.
Procurement of Books and Maintenance of School Diary: Students are expected to procure all the required textbooks and other necessary materials within a week of the declaration of results. Additionally, every student should maintain a school diary and make proper entries in it regularly. It is mandatory for students to bring their school diaries to school every day, as it contains important information and serves as a means of communication between the school and parents/guardians.
Personal Hygiene and Conduct: Students are expected to maintain personal hygiene and dress tidily. They should take pride in their appearance and maintain scrupulous body cleanliness. Students are also expected to be respectful and obliging to their elders and companions. In the classroom, they should pay attention to cleanliness and personal bearing and create an atmosphere conducive to serious study.
Student Movement within School Premises: Students are not permitted to leave the school premises during class time without the Principal’s permission. Celebration of Birthdays and parties in school is not permitted. Students are only allowed to leave the classroom with the teacher's permission and a pass/out pass. Students are not allowed to receive visitors or to make or receive telephone calls during the class hours except for serious reasons. All correspondence should be addressed to the Principal. When writing, quote the student’s full name, class and section.
Parental Involvement and Communication: To ensure uninterrupted learning, parents are kindly requested to avoid disturbing the class during school hours. Parent-teacher meetings are scheduled during the academic year, and in case of any emergency, meetings can be arranged on working Saturdays between 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Your cooperation in this matter is greatly appreciated.
Classroom Etiquette: It is customary for students to show respect towards authority figures in the classroom. When the principal or a teacher enters the room, students should stand up respectfully, greet them, and remain standing until directed to sit. The same courtesy should be extended when the authority figure leaves the classroom. During roll call, it is important that each student rises and answers respectfully. Additionally, when an elder addresses the class, students should stand and show proper respect. These actions demonstrate a student's appreciation for authority and can set the tone for a positive and respectful learning environment.
School Guidelines, Prohibited Items and Actions: It is important for students to follow school guidelines regarding prohibited items and actions. Books, other than those provided by the school, periodicals, newspapers, or other unapproved items should not be brought to school. The school administration reserves the right to decide which materials are suitable for the school environment. Any collection of money or materials for any purpose must receive prior permission from the Principal. This helps to ensure that all collections are conducted in an organized and appropriate manner. Furthermore, presenting gifts to any member of the school staff by students is strictly forbidden. This policy helps to prevent any potential conflicts of interest and ensures a professional and unbiased school environment.
Teacher Absence Protocol, Responsibilities of Class Captains: In the event of a teacher's absence, it is important for the class to continue with their studies and maintain a productive learning environment. To ensure this, the class captains will be assigned the responsibility of overseeing the classroom during the teacher's absence. The class captains will need to ensure that the class is orderly and productive. They will need to make sure that all students remain on task and that there are no disruptions. Additionally, they may need to assist with any questions or concerns that arise during the teacher's absence. The role of class captain carries significant responsibility and should be taken seriously. The class captains should work to maintain a positive learning environment and ensure that all students are able to stay focused and engaged during the teacher's absence.
School Policies on Social Activities for Students: It is important for students to adhere to school policies regarding social activities. Ordinarily, children do not have permission to attend parties, go to the cinema, or visit a friend's house on their way home from school. This policy is in place to ensure the safety of all students and to maintain a focus on their academic responsibilities. While it is natural for students to want to participate in social activities, it is important that these activities do not interfere with their academic progress. If there are extenuating circumstances that require a student to attend a social event during school hours, prior approval from the school administration will be required. The school administration will consider each request on a case-by-case basis to determine the appropriateness of the request and ensure that the student's academic responsibilities are not compromised. By adhering to school policies on social activities, students can maintain a focus on their academic responsibilities while also staying safe and responsible outside of the school environment.
School Bus Discipline Policy: The school bus is a vital part of the transportation system for students, and it is important that students behave appropriately while using this service. Any indiscipline behavior on the school bus will render a student ineligible to use the school's transportation. To maintain discipline on the school bus, bus captains are assigned to each bus to help enforce the rules and ensure that all students are safe and behaving appropriately. Additionally, most buses have teachers on board to monitor student behavior and ensure that all safety measures are being followed. As a safety measure, students are prohibited from putting their hands or heads through the protective bars on the windows of the bus or standing on the footboard. These measures help to prevent injury and ensure the safety of all passengers. It is important for students to understand the gravity of the school's bus discipline policy and adhere to it. By doing so, they can ensure their continued eligibility to use the school's transportation while also maintaining a safe and respectful environment for all students.
School Policies on Punctuality, Discipline, and Safety: The safety and well-being of all students is of the utmost importance to the school administration. As such, students are expected to adhere to certain policies regarding safety, punctuality, and discipline.
To ensure the safety of all students while using the school's transportation system, no student should put their hand or head through the protective bars on the windows of the bus or stand on the footboard.
Punctuality and discipline are key values that students should strive to embody. Students are expected to report to school on time and not waste any time during the school day. Students should be brisk in their walk and use their time wisely.
Additionally, students are expected to stay in their designated areas for work and play. This policy helps to prevent any confusion or potential safety hazards that may arise from students being in unauthorized areas. All students are expected to arrive at school before 8:30 a.m., even during examination periods. Habitual late coming may result in disciplinary action, including the student being asked to return home. By adhering to school policies on safety, punctuality, and discipline, students can ensure a safe and productive school environment for themselves and their fellow students.
School Bell System and Prayer Protocol: The school has a bell system in place to help students transition smoothly between classes and activities. At the end of each class period, a bell will be rung, and students should either stand silently and wait for their next teacher or move quietly to their next classroom.
In addition to the bell system, the school has a prayer protocol in place to promote a sense of unity and reverence among all students. At the end of the second session, at the sound of the bell, all students are expected to devoutly recite the prayer. This protocol is an important part of the school's culture and reinforces the school's values of respect and spirituality. By participating in this prayer protocol, students can develop a sense of community and shared purpose. It is important for students to adhere to these protocols to ensure a smooth and productive school day. By following these guidelines, students can show respect for their teachers, fellow students, and the school's traditions.