Parents are expected to co-operate with the school authorities by enforcing regularity and discipline, helping their children prepare their lessons and taking helpful interest in the activities of the school.
Parents are requested to ensure that their wards bring school diary to school every day.
Parents should check the diary daily and make sure that the allotted home work is done. Any remarks from the Principal / Teachers should always be promptly countersigned to ensure that the parents have noted the remarks.
Parents are strongly recommended not to miss the opportunity of the Parent Teacher meeting for inquiring about the progress of their children in studies and other aspects of the school life.
As regular attendance is an important element for successful school work, no student should be absent from the class without serious reason. Parents must state clearly the reason for absence.
Children suffering from chicken pox will not be allowed to attend school for a period of 14 days from the date of eruption. The infected children will not be allowed to appear at the examination. In case of Mumps, Measles, children will not be allowed to come to school for a period of 7 days from the date of infection.
There will be two terminal examinations and periodical tests. The results will be reported to the parents who should sign and return the examination papers or report card promptly.
Parents are not allowed to get into the classroom to see the students or meet their teachers during class hours. Prior permission from the Principal is needed if they desire to discuss the progress of their children with the teachers. They may meet the teachers preferably during office hours at the Principal’s room.
Parents should instill in their children a sense of respect towards the teachers and the school authorities. Critical remarks about a teacher should be carefully avoided in the presence of children, as this will definitely cause loss of respect for one’s teacher. Parents should discuss such matters with the Principal.