SCHOOL REGULATIONS:

EXPECTATIONS FROM STUDENTS

Students are expected to demonstrate an increasing self-discipline with age and to exercise the freedom given to them responsibly. They should treat all members of the Staff and all elders with respect. They should be gentle and courteous to their companions. Refinement of manners, uprightness and self-restraint should be the characteristics of every student of the School. Good manners and polite behaviour are part of education.


DISCIPLINE

When the bell is rung, students must go into their respective classrooms. The classrooms must be neat and tidy and looked after by the class monitors. Silence is to be strictly observed during class hours and during the change of teachers or in transit from one class to another. During the absence of a teacher, boys must obey the monitors of the class. Those who have been absent and those who come late must show the teacher their Regularity Record duly countersigned by the Headmaster / Prefect of Discipline.


An appropriate atmosphere is necessary for good teaching. Hence, no outsiders are allowed to visit the classrooms or the teachers without proper permission. Any other activities that do not pertain directly to the actual teaching of the school programme can only be allowed with the explicit permission of the Headmaster.

Pupils are responsible for the safe custody of their books and belongings which must be marked clearly with their names.

Any damage to school property must be remedied at the cost of the person responsible for the damage.

Students are forbidden to bring mobile phones, media players/recorders, radios and jewellery to school. No books, periodicals or magazines of any kind, other than syllabus and library books, may be brought to school.

Use of tobacco material or smoking in the school campus is strictly forbidden and is in violation of law.


PRIVATE TUITIONS

It is strictly forbidden for any pupil to take private tuitions from any of the teachers of the school without the written permission of the Headmaster.

It is considered that the teaching in the school should be adequate and that tuition should not be required for any average student.


GRIEVANCES/SUGGESTIONS

Any grievance or suggestion regarding pedagogy, curriculum, etc; should be made to the teacher concerned or to the Headmaster either in writing, or in person.