Rules and Regulations

Basic Rules

  • Students are expected to be punctual and regular to school.
  • Late comers will be allowed to attend classes only with the permission of the Principal.
  • Students who come to school escorted shall not leave before escort arrives.
  • Any act to disturb the rules and principles of the school will be viewed seriously.
  • English must be spoken in classrooms, campus, and buses (except in language classes).
  • Home assignments and projects should be submitted in the prescribed time.
  • Birthday celebrations are not allowed inside the campus. Parents are advised NOT to send sweets, chocolates etc., with children during birthdays and celebrations. Exchange of gifts and birthday bumps inside the school premises are punishable. Instead, Saplings or books for the library can be gifted on birthdays.
  • Students are not allowed to wear any other dresses apart from school uniforms.
  • Moving in and out of classrooms between periods should be in an orderly manner.
  • Parents can speak to the Teachers only with prior appointment and during PTM.
  • It is advised to NOT to send the fees amount through wards. Also, in case sent through any representatives it should accompany with an authorization letter.
  • Students are not allowed to entertain teachers with gifts.
  • Rules on Sick Leaves

  • Those absent due to sickness must present a medical certificate within 3 days of absence through email, or through a letter to the school office.
  • A child returning to school after suffering from an infectious or contagious disease should produce a fitness certificate from a doctor.
  • Students suffering from any one of the following diseases must observe the prescribed period of quarantine before returning to class.
  • Covid 19 or any contagious illness – until fully recovered
  • Chicken Pox – Till complete falling of scabs.
  • Cholera – Till the child is completely well.
  • Measles – Two weeks after the rash disappears.
  • Mumps – Until the swelling has gone.
  • Whooping Cough – Six Weeks.
  • Jaundice – Six Weeks.
  • Unless clearly instructed, money should not be sent to school except the ward’s out of pocket expenses.
  • Students are not allowed to bring any sharp instruments, mobile phones, iPod, iPad, camera, memory storage devices etc., If found, it will be confiscated.
  • High standard of conduct and behaviour is expected of every student regarding speech and action in all their manifestations.
  • Discourtesy to staff, visitors and fellow students are forbidden.
  • Wards are expected to be polite always and to greet their teachers whenever they meet them.
  • Bullying and use of bad language are punishable offences.
  • Students are expected to respect the school property. Causing any damage to furniture or building, or any school property will be viewed seriously.
  • The campus must be kept clean and tidy. Littering of things should be avoided and waste should be discarded properly.
  • Students using unfair means during examinations/contests/tests will face disciplinary action.
  • Use of chewing gums, any form of tobacco products, unapproved drugs are punishable offences.
  • Tattooing is not allowed.
  • Every student is required to have an attendance of not less than 85% of the working days in the school.
  • Taking leave on Sports Day, Independence Day, School Day, Republic Day or for other school functions will be viewed seriously.
  • Attendance to the sessions and all the activities of the school including field trips, participation in curricular or extracurricular activities are compulsory.
  • Leave shall be taken only with the prior sanction by the Class teacher and Principal.
  • If leave is taken due to urgent or unforeseen circumstances, post facto sanction is to be taken within 2 days of the student joining the school.
  • If a student takes leave for more than three days continuously a written intimation should be sent to the principal on the fourth day.