School Norms
  • Parents are requested to look into the school diary of their ward daily and see the lessons and work assigned for the next day are done. Remarks made in the diary should be seen and counter signed regularly. (Note carefully the rules regarding absence)
  • See that your ward carries books/exercise books according to the time-table for that day. No extra books are allowed.
  • Encourage your ward to take a balanced interest in studies, co-curricular activities and sports.
  • Parents should not visit the classroom during the class hours. For any information regarding the school, contact only the school-office during office hours.
  • School discourages private tuitions from the school teachers.
  • Punctuality and regularity in attendance must be observed on all occasions.
  • A student who uses unfair means during tests will be given a zero in the subject and a warning letter. Repetition of the same will result in dismissal. Any student who is found tampering with marks in the progress report and other school certificates will be asked to leave the school.
  • The school reserves the right to dismiss those whose progress in studies is unsatisfactory or whose conduct is harmful to others or whose guardians show little or no interest in the progress of their wards. Immorality or grave damage of school property are always sufficient reasons for immediate dismissal.
  • It is compulsory for all students to converse in English, as the new CBSE syllabus for English, lays stress on ‘communicative’ English. There will be continuous assessment of conversation.
  • On birthdays the children should not come in their coloured clothes. They are allowed to distribute only two sweets per child.
  • Students must come to school in freshly laundered uniform with clean socks and well polished shoes.
  • Students are checked every Monday for their uniform and personal hygiene. The girls are not allowed to wear any fancy hair clips or ornaments to school.
  • Students are forbidden to leave the school premises during regular school hours.
  • School does not take any responsibility for lost articles, money or valuables etc. carried by the students.
  • The student’s uniform, school bag or any other belongings (bottles, pencil box etc.) should be labelled with their names. For swimming lessons, all items of clothing including swimming trunks and towels should also be labelled.
  • Students are encouraged to participate in physical and cultural activities and games.
  • Students are expected to go home after school. Permission will not be granted for them to change their mode of transport or get off at any other stop without a written application from parents.
  • Students are not allowed to use the telephone in school without the permission of the Principal nor will they be allowed to answer telephone calls during school hours. They will not be allowed to receive any letter or other mail.
  • Students are expected to behave in courteous and gentle manner. They should address their teachers and all members of the staff with due respect and politeness. Good moral behavior and gentle ways are prerequisites of every student. They should always remember that a school is judged by the conduct of the students.
  • Leave of absence is granted only not prior written application from parent except in cases of unforeseen circumstances.
  • For leave of absence for more than 2 days, a written application must be sent to the school. A medical certificate is also required for absence due to illness for more than 3 days.
  • Repeated absence without leave or unexplained absence for more than a week renders the students liable to have their name struck off the rolls. Re-admission will have to be sought.
  • All the students are expected to attend school on the first day of the academic year, on the opening day after each of the vacations (Diwali, Dusshehra, winter & summer) and on the closing day before the vacations. Those absent because of sickness must inform the school and present a medical certificate.
  • It is compulsory for students to complete 75% of their attendance in the year to make them eligible to take their final examination.
  • All students using the school transport are expected to be on the left side of the stop at least five minutes before the arrival time. The auto drivers will not personally go to pick children from their houses.
  • The school transport will not wait for late comers.
  • The drivers are not authorised to stop the transport at any other stop other than the designated ones.
  • Somebody should be at the stop to receive the child when he/she comes back from the school. The driver or conductor will drop the child at the stop only. He will not accompany the child home or make him/her cross the road.
  • The school follows Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) system. As per the same an academic year is divided into two terms. Two Formative Assessments consisting of activities as well as pen and paper test along with one Summative Assessment are conducted in each term. Promotion is based on the student performance in both formative and summative assessments. 40% weightage is given to formative assessments and 60% to summative assessments. No summative assessments are conducted for Class I and II. Children are graded on the basis of day to day activities in class and performance in tests conducted at regular intervals.
  • Progress report of the summative assessments is sent to the parents from time to time to keep them informed of the progress of their wards. Parents are requested to sign the periodic progress report and return the same to the school within 3 days.
  • A student must obtain a minimum of 45% (till class III) and 40% (for class IV and above) in each subject in order to be declared passed.
  • Students must take all assessments as scheduled.
  • The decision of the school authorities with regard to promotion is final.
  • The Principal reserves the right to ask for the withdrawal of a student who fails for two consecutive years in the same class.

Parents are requested to inform the principal of any change of address or telephone number so that school records can be updated and they may be contacted quickly in case of emergency.