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.