- Appreciates the good in others.
- Braves the challenges and difficulties of life.
- Is courteous to every one. Submissive to the elders, friendly to the equals and gentle, loving & caring to the juniors.
- Does her/his best while seeking God’s blessing and other’s help.
- Encourages others in the pursuit of common goal.
- Follows high ideals and faces difficulties courageously.
- Is gentle in her/his dealing with others, even when hurt to the quick.
- Is always honest, overcoming the urge to lie and cheat.
- Insists on fair play: generous in defeat and applauding the victorious opponent.
- Does not judge any one from hearsay.
- Is kind in thoughts, words and deeds.
- Lends a helping hand at home, in school and those in need.
- Makes stepping stones of mistakes.
- Never puts off for tomorrow what one can do today.
- Observes the personal time-table faithfully.
- Is quick to apologize and slow to take offence.
- Respects the elderly, poor, disabled and strangers.
- Strives for excellence.
- Urges the weak, lazy and the less talented to emulate heroes of ordinary life.
- Venerates the image of God in every human being.
- Is willing to accept whatever work is assigned.
- Yearns for the highest good.
- Is zealous for the common good, name of the family, school, neighborhoods, town, state and above all the honour and glory of the Motherland.
In relation to God:
- Develop your relationship with God through prayer and participation in the religious life of the school.
- Behave in a God-like way in your dealing with others, modeling His tolerance, love, respect, fairness and honesty at all times.
- See your school life as a part of your mission on earth and strive to fulfill it to the best of your ability for God.
- Always speak the truth with your parents, teachers and fellow students.
In relation to school community:
- School is your second home, love it and it will make you great.
- Wear the school uniform correctly and with pride.
- Attend class on the opening day after each vacation.
- Reach the school at least five minutes before the assembly.
- Speak positively of your school and teachers.
- Show School spirit by participating in school activities.
- Be responsible for your belongings. The name, class and section is to be written clearly on them.
- Do not wear ornaments or expensive watches etc. Keep your class rooms and school environment clean and tidy.
- Co-operate with staff members and show due respect to them.
- Do not leave the school premises without the written permission of the Principal or Vice Principal.
- Be proud of your school and present a good image especially by behaving yourself when in public and particularly on your way to school.
- Read or listen to messages and do as instructed. Speak in English within the class rooms and school premises.
- Be regular in attending classes and doing your homework and Other assignments.
- Make full use of the Library and maintain silence in the library.
- Keep off verandahs, staircases and class rooms during recess/lunch breaks.
- Make necessary arrangements to stay back after school hours to participate in academic, sports and co-curricular activities whenever required.
- Respect school property and report immediately any damage to school property.
- Do not meet any visitors in the school without the permission of the Principal.
- Do not use unfair means during tests and examinations. Such improper conduct is unworthy of a student and can lead to severe penalties.
- Bring correct text books for all periods.
- Do not bring comics, story books etc. Which will disturb your studies?
- Show school spirit by participating in all school activities.
- Birthday celebration in the school is not allowed.
- Show them courtesy and respect at all times.
- Accept their authority, their right to give instruction, and to allocate suitable correction to those who break rules.
- Love your teachers and never speak ill of them.
- Come to school on time and bring all necessary materials with you.
- Listen attentively when teachers and others are speaking. Indicate your desire to contribute by raising your hand.
- Avoid any distracting behavior during lessons.
Co-operate with the class Monitor in maintaining proper order and discipline during change of periods and when the teacher happens to be absent or late.
- Never leave the lesson or homework assigned, if you do, it is like missing a train that you can never catch afterwards.
- Always revise the work done in class and make sure that you have understood everything clearly and thoroughly.
- If learning task is assigned, learn it overnight and repeat it in the morning.
- Always take down in your diary the work that is assigned for the next day.
- All home work should be done neatly and the day’s work should always be dated. Each new home work should be done on a fresh page.
Revise all that has been taught in class each day, whether this has been set to be studied or not. Hence the same amount of time should be given to study each evening, whether written home work is given or not.
As you grow up, make a daily time-table for yourself for your study (the different subjects in order of difficulty, the most difficult one being the first), for your rest and recreation etc. in this way you will learn to be a person of regular habits, the most valuable asset in later life.
- Revise at the end of the week all that was learnt during the week.
- Do not ask for private tuition, learn to study independently.
- Make the best use of your intellect and memory by doing things yourself.
- Ask God to enlighten your intellect and strengthen your will before you begin your study.
- Thank Him always after your study.
- Make the habit of early to bed early to rise, for early hours are best to learn.
- Sit down with light stomach to study, for heavy stomach induces sleep.
As the chief educators of their children. Therefore it seeks their co-operation and involvement as of utmost importance. They should acquaint themselves with the vision, philosophy and policy of the school through actively collaborating with the school in its outreach programmers and other attempts in making the school community an effective agent of social change. The management hope to ensure this participation and partnership among the management, staff and parents through regular parent teacher meeting, informal contacts with parents etc. Normally second Saturdays are kept apart for parent-teacher meeting unless intimated otherwise. Children should not be forced to study for longer periods. Private tuition is absolutely forbidden without prior discussion with the Principal and her consent except in exceptional cases where a child has missed class due to prolonged illness. Tuition is injurious to genuine progress, as the child is not encouraged to learn self-study skills and is prone to being inattentive, distracted and indiscipline in the class. A child has tremendous potential hidden in her/him which needs to be tapped. Self-study improves thinking and concentration and builds confidence in the child. Private tuition makes them dependent. Good eating habits, personal time-table for work, study, rest and recreation will discipline the life of a child. Parents are requested not to approach the school teachers for private tuition which will encourage the teacher not to teach well in the school.
- Encourage your child to talk with you. He She is full of new experience to Share and stories to tell.
- Inculcate in your child the reading habit. Encourage him/her to read books.
Television can be fun and help your child to learn. Television viewing should be planned regularly around programmers telecast for children. Whenever possible watch television along with your child and talk about what you have seen.
- Following set schedules for home study, recreations meal times etc. establishes consistency.
- Encouraging him/her to make a time table for home study, recreation etc. and prepares his/her things for school for the next day develops organization.
- Make your child responsible for a few household chores like keeping things in order, cleaning the table etc.
Praise your child. Praise works much better than threats in getting your child to do what you want. Telling the child ‘you did a good job’ when he/she does something right makes him/her want to do it again. Children who are treated with love and respect grow up to be happy and confident. Show genuine interest, patience and understanding. Help him/her to find answers to all his/her questions. Give him/her room to try new things, to make simple decisions and to explore new situations.
- Be faithful to the responsibility of parenthood entrusted to you.
- Be a role model to your children.
- Demonstrate high level of justice, tolerance, respect consistency and forgiveness in dealing with your children’s misdeeds.
- Be familiar with the School’s expectations of pupils and backup those expectations with your children.
- Check the school diary daily and see that the lessons and homework assigned for the next days are done.
- Sign messages, progress reports or other similar documents when requested so as not to put your child to any inconvenience.
- Criticism of the school management or teacher is to be avoided in front of your child because it undermines her/his respect for the teachers and the school.
Exercise your right as a parent and bring to the notice of the Principal, concerns and suggestions to make school a happy place and safe environment for your child. Confidentiality will be respected.
- Be available when contacted to discuss aspects of your child’s behavior/progress at school.
- Offer support to school activities, and be present to support and motivate your child on sport day/parents day & whenever invited.
Support the work of the school particularly by enforcing regularity and discipline and by evincing interest in your child’s progress and by extending the fullest cooperation to Participation in school activities.
- Inculcate respect for personal property and the environment in your children.
- Do not encourage your child to take leave from the school to attend parties or outings.
- Birthday celebration in the school is not permitted.
- Ensure that your child is not absent on the first and last day of the school term without prior permission and that any leave taken from the school is duly sanctioned.
- Ensure that you do not see your children or meet their teachers during school hours without the prior permission of the principal.
For the security reasons. Parents are requested to see that in case your ward needs leave, the application should reach the school at least a day in advance and for unforeseen reasons it should reach on the same day.
In case your child is going to be absent for weekly test/terminal examination you are required to submit an application personally the day before the test and get it sanctioned by the principal/ vice principal. Exemption will be given only in the case of illness or some emergency. In case of illness, a medical certificate must accompany the application.
- Late comers should get the permission of the Principal before they enter the class.
- Students are strictly forbidden to bring mobile phones, camera and correction fluid to school.
- CD and electronic devices of any type is not allowed without the explicit permission of the Class teacher/Principal.
Students are not allowed to miss the exam of minor papers as they are equally important for the promotion to the next class. Parents have to get the leave sanctioned personally during weekly test/exam days.
- Playing in classrooms and in corridors is strictly prohibited.
- Parents or Guardians of students are bound to make good any damage caused to school property.
- The school will take all possible care and precaution to safeguard the children when they are in the school campus. However, it will not be held responsible for any mishap during their stay in the school. Parents are encourag