REMEMBER: Out of 24 hours in a day, a child spends approximately 6 hours in the school. The remaining 18 hours are spent in the company of his/her parents. Apart from the teachers and the school, parents are the greatest teachers of the child at home. A child learns to admire and appreciate others and his/her behaviour in the school reflects the atmosphere at home. Parents have greater roles in transforming their children to be better citizens of tomorrow.
In order to secure all that is best in the education of your children maximum co-operation between parents and the school management is esired. The school and the home are temples of education for any intending student. The encouragement given to a student by parents/guardians makes a world of difference. The Principal and the staff require the cooperation of the parents to ensure that:
* Students must be regular and punctual and come to the school dressed neatly in uniform.
* Students must bring their school diaries, text books and note-books according to the timetable and keep them in good condition.
* Students should revise their daily lessons and do their homework regularly.
* Parents/guardians must understand that the school belongs to their children and should not indulge in causing disrepute to the management.
* Parents should avoid dictating terms to the management but are always most welcome to give suggestions for the improvement of the school.
* Parents and guardians are to familiarize themselves with the school and should try to adjust according to the syllabus of the school.
They should check the school diary of their sons/daughters every day and enforce regularity and discipline at home and see that their sons/daughters prepare their lessons and do the assigned home work. Remarks in the diary should be taken note of, countersigned and thereafter follow up should be done. If it is borne in mind, parents will perceive improvement in their children.
* Parents must cooperate with the school authorities to make their sons/daughters attuned to punctuality, discipline, personal cleanliness and preparation of daily lessons.
* Parents are requested to sign the notes entered on the Principal’s Remarks Page of the diary or the official circulars, test and examination results or any other important document. At the time of promotion, the diary must be submitted for checking in undamaged condition.
* Parents/guardians who will sign the remarks or leave record in the school diary must submit specimen signatures at page one. It should be checked by the parents/class teachers from time to time to ensure that their sons/daughters do not take liberty to forge their parents’ signature.
* Parents must meet the teachers with their sons/daughters during the parent-teacher meeting. It is deemed as a working day and failure to do so will lose that day’s attendance. Parents shall not come to meet teachers on any other working day except when there is an urgent or immediate reason.
* Parents/guardians shall not visit their sons/daughters or any teachers during the class hours without the express permission of the Principal.
* If you have any legitimate complaint regarding the school matters, please inform the management instead of passing uncharitable remarks and comments.
* Uninformed absence from class for more than 15 days will cause cancellation of the names from the attendance register and a readmission [Fee Rs. 1000/=] will have to be sought for.
* A student who is ill or suffering from any communicable disease shall not be brought to the school even if it is for an examination. On recovery, he/she must render a medical certificate that certifies him/her fully recovered. No leave is granted to anyone without the prior sanction by the Principal. Sick leave should be brought to the knowledge of the Principal and the class teacher as soon as possible.
* Parents may take note of the following otherwise their sons/daughters could be suspended or sent home for:1. Continually not coming in right uniform, not bringing the diary to school and not getting the remarks signed by the parents/guardians
2. Continually not bringing text books copybooks according to timetable
3. Leave/absence has not been marked
4. Discourteous behaviour or speech
5. Involving in scuffle, teasing, passing unkind remarks, stealing etc., in the campus during the school hours.
The Principal is understood to have been given the right to correct or punish any boy/girl according to his reasonable discretion and discernment.
Ensure that your son/daughter does not carry any sharp or pointed things such as pins, nails, matches, firecrackers to the school. Anyone found guilty of it shall be strictly punished or summarily dismissed from the school.
Mention clearly the name, class and section of your son/daughter while writing to the Principal.
Parents/guardians shall not go to the homes of the teachers for any matter related to the school either curricular or co-curricular.
Phone calls will be attended only during the office hours. No school work will be done in the residence of the Principal.
Calculators or mobile phones shall not be permitted in the school campus.
Request for change of test or examination to a deferred date will not be entertained.
Parents must make their sons/daughters to observe GOs of transport commissioner of U.P. (See Appendix I)