School Rules & Regulations

SCHOOL RULES & REGULATIONS


SOME DO'S FOR PARENTS

  • Ensure your child reports to the school in ths time at the time of joining, after every vacation and after leave whenever granted.
  • Ensure your child reports to the school with proper kit, clothing and proper uniform.
  • Ensure timely payment of schoool fees and other dues.
  • Ensure your child does all her assigned vacation homework Assist her if need is felt.
  • To the extent possible talk to your child in English.
  • Try and install in your child moral value and respect for our rich heritage.
  • Teach her comapssion and humaneness
  • Meet your child's teacher every time you are permitted to visit the school and check her progress made.
  • Closely watch your child's language. Ensure she uses refined and appropriate expressions.
  • Instill in your child a love for school and home properly
  • Tell your child that it is more honourable to fail than to cheat in exams.
  • Help your child develop in all responsibility. Encourage participate in various activities.
  • Inculcate in your child respect for teachers and our national symbols.
  • To discipline children, make them feel good about themsel.
  • Treat children with respect and they will learn by example to reciprocate.
  • Be calm and assertive when disciplining your child, especially in the per-teenyears.
  • Kids need a clear set of rules to grow up.
  • Be an unauthoritative parent, not an authoritarian one.
  • Allow kids to express themselves. See life through their eyes.
  • Help your child accept failure along with success.
  • Make your child feel wanted

SOME DON'TS FOR PARENTS

  • Don't encourage criticism of school and teachers by your child.
  • Don't talk ill of others in front of your child.
  • Don't encourage indulging in watching Television.
  • Don't play with emotion of your child.
  • Don't let your child into bad company and bad habbits.
  • Don't give extra pocket money to your child.
  • Don't force your child into embarrasing social situations. Explain to her your compulsion if any.
  • Don't treat your child as if it were an adult.
  • Don't undetermine your child's achievements.
  • Don't always discipline your child. May be we, as parents also need some discipline.
  • Don't undetermine your child's achievements.
  • Don't rebuke your child for lack of certain skills.
  • Don't punish your child for misbehaving or being self-absorbed.
  • Don't take your child's good conduct for granted.