STUDENT’S CODE OF CONDUCT
The following is a summary of some school rules. Detailed code of conduct
will be available in the school calendar supplied to each student.
1. Pupils must be polite and respectful towards each member of the school community
2. Pupils should not call each other by names or use any bad/obscene language
3. Pupils must play gently and must NOT push, fight, kick or play rough.
4. Pupils most move in the campus gently and quietly.
5. Pupils must not bring any toy, jewellery, electric/electronic gadget, mobile phone or any harmful object to the school Pupils can bring money only when the school instructs them. However, they should not keep money in the hostel / classroom.
6. Chewing gum, tobacco or other harmful products must not be brought to school/consumed at school.
7. Children are expected to be honest.
8. Students are not allowed to drive motorbikes/vehicles into the campus.
9. Pupils must obey whoever is in charge of them. Any misbehaviour towards school staff shall not be tolerated and will result in action leading to expulsion.
10. Parents/guardians must not approach teachers/students directly or otherwise disturb class during study times. Permission from the Principal/HM has to be obtained before meeting the child/teacher.
11. The school reserves the right to expel any student when it is felt necessary to do so for the well being of the institution. Any student found guilty of breaking school rules and regulations shall be given a verbal warning in the first instance. In the case of repetition, this will be followed up by a written warning. If there is any further breaking of the rules, then the school may take any action it sees fit including expulsion. Any one expelled will have no legal remedy against the school
PROSPECTUS 2016 – 2017
12. Pupils should attend the school wearing their full uniform in the manner prescribed in the diary.
13. A child should obtain an exit pass in order to leave the campus during working hours.
14. A child may only be absent from school because of sickness or due to a most unavoidable circumstance. If a child is absent for any reason, on returning to school he/she must bring a letter from parent, justifying the absence.
15. If any pupil willfully damages school property, then the full cost of repair or replacement will be at his/her parent’s expense.
16. Parents should try, if at all possible, to keep all medical or dental appointments for their children outside school hours. Additionally, parents are expected to provided the necessary medical information about their children (i.e. injections, vaccinations, handicaps and impairments) or any other useful information that they feel the school should know about.