Parents are expected to co-operate with School authorities and play their part by enforcing punctuality, discipline and study habits in their children. Children should be encouraged to take part in games, yoga, cultural activities, guiding which are necessary for their all round development.
Parents must occasionally meet the Principal and the teachers concerned for better relations of staff, students and guardian.
Parents are requested not to enter the class room. All dealings must be conducted through the principal. Private servants will not be permitted to remain in the school premises during class hours.
Parents and guardians are requested to co-operate with the school authorities in all matters concerning formation and education of their child. Parents are to look into the school diary every day and see to it that lessons and homework assigned for the next day are done. Remarks made in the diary by the Principal or the teachers should be seen and countersigned.
Criticism of child’s teachers or the school in the presence of the child should be avoided as it is likely to affect their good name.
If the parents have any grievance against of the teachers, they are advised to meet the principal and settle the matter amicably.
We do not recommend that parents engage private tutors unnecessarily. We discourage tuition since they may prove harmful to the real progress of the pupil.
Parents are always welcome to interview the Principal to discuss the progress of their children.
Please urge your wards to be regular and punctual in attendance and insist on neatness and cleanliness of their text books, exercise book and personal appearance.
No parent will meet teachers on weekdays except on Saturday after the class.
Transfer Certificates must be produced by the candidate who seeks admission to higher classes.
Parent's card is mandatory if they receive their ward before the due time.