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General Rules & Regulations

School Hours
Morning 8.50 am to 12.15 p.m
Lunch 12.15 pm to 12.55 pm
Afternoon 12.55 pm to 3.30 pm

Office Hours
Monday to Friday 9.00 am to 4.30 pm
Saturday 9.00 am to 1.00 pm

Academic Year
The school year begins in June and ends in March.

Withdrawal
No school leaving certificate will be issued unless applied for in writing, in the proper form by the parent or guardian and after all the dues have been cleared. Fees are due as long as no notice of withdrawal is given.

Dismissal

Irregular attendance, habitual idleness, disobedience or defiance of authority, malpractice in connection with examinations, lack of sufficient improvement in conduct and studies even after warnings or conduct injurious to the moral tone of the school are sufficient reasons for the dismissal of a student. A student who fails more than once in the same class shall be removed from the rolls.

Attendance
* No student should absent himself / herself from class without sufficient reasons.

* Reasons for the absence must be clearly stated in the 'Leave Record' of the handbook.

 * Normally half-day leave will not be granted to students. In case of an emergency, no student will be sent home unless a duly authorised persons comes to take the child with a note of authority from parents.

* In case of serious illness the principal must be informed within five days with a Doctor's certificate accompained by the leave application from the parent / guardian.

* Those who return to school after absenting themselves without prior permission, shall not enter the class without enter with leave note countersigned by the Principal.

* Students who want to leave early when there is a special class should produce a letter signed by parents seeking absence.

* Students are not allowed to go out of the campus during school hours, including recess time.

School Uniform
BOYS

SCHOOL UNIFORM CLASS  1-4
Shorts: Navy blue shorts with 2 side pockets and loops at the side for the school belt.
Shirt: White slack shirt with one pocket.
Shoes: Black leather shoe (Bata-scout) and navy blue socks.

SCHOOL UNIFORM CLASS 5-10
Trousers: Navy blue trousers with two side pockets and loops at the sides for the school belt.
Shirt: White slack shirt with one pocket.
Shoes: Black lea ther shoe (Bata-scout) and navy blue socks

SCHOOL UNIFORM CLASS 11-12
Trousers: Navy blue trousers with two side pockets and loops at the sides for the school belt.
Shirt: Blue stri ped shirt with half sleeves.
Shoes: Black lea ther shoe (Bata-scout) and navy blue socks

SPORTS UNIFORM (on Wednesdays) CLASS 1-4
Shorts: White shorts with two side pockets and loops at the sides for the school belt.
T-Shirt: White collar T-shirt with house colour col¬lar.
Shoes: White can¬vas shoes (bata-tennis) and white socks.

SPORTS UNIFORM(on Wednesdays)CLASS 5-10
Trousers: White trousers with two side pockets and loops at the sides for the school belt.
T-Shirt: White collar T-shirt with house colour collar.
Shoes: White canvas shoes (Bata-tennis) and white socks.

SPORTS UNIFORM (on Wednesdays) CLASS 5-10
Trousers: White trousers with two side pockets and loops at the sides for the school belt.
T-Shirt: White collar T-shirt with house colour collar.
Shoes: White canvas shoes (Bata-tennis) and white socks.

GIRLS

SCHOOL UNIFORM CLASS 1-7
Pinafore: Navy blue pinafore (5cm. below knee), pleat size 5 cm. with loops at the sides for the school belt.
Shirt: White slack shirt with half sleeves.
Shoes: Black leather shoe (Bata-Balerina) and navy blue socks.

SCHOOL UNIFORM CLASS 8-10
Skirt: Navy blue skirt.
Shirt: White shirt with half sleeves. Navy blue sleeveless jacket.
Shoes: Black leather shoe (Ba-ta-Balerina) and navy blue socks.

SCHOOL UNIFORM CLASS 11-12
Blues triped kam-eez with navy blue salwar and navy blue jacket.
Shoes: Black leather shoe (Ba-ta-Balerina) and navy blue socks.

SPORTS UNIFORM (on Wednesdays) CLASS 1-7
Pinafore: White pinafore (5cm. below knee), pleat size 5 cm. with loops at the sides for the school belt.
Shirt: White T-shirt with house colour collar.
Shoes: White canvas shoes (Bata-Tennis) and white socks.

SPORTS UNIFORM (on Wednesdays) CLASS 8-10
 White churidar kurtha and white overcoat with house colour on the neck and sleeves.
Shoes: White canvas shoes (Bata-Tennis) and white socks.

SPORTS UNIFORM (on Wednesdays) CLASS 8-10
White churi-dar kurtha and white overcoat with house colour on the neck and sleeves.
Shoes: White canvas shoes (Bata-Tennis) and white socks.

NB: girls should wear white/navy blue bloomers everyday.

COMMON

NB:
1. Navy blue neck tie only on Mondays and Fridays.

2. Navy blue school belt and ID card compulsory everyday.

3. On rainy days black Sandak can be worn by the students.

Students are Strictly forbidden to make any deviation from the pre-iscribed uniform. The management reserves for itself the right to take suitable disciplinary action against students who fail to follow rules.


Discipline

Discipline is an integral part of the learning process. To develop self-control a student must be trained to bridle emotions and impulses, to live in harmony with others, to obey the commandments of God.

All students shall be on the school premises a few minutes before the morning bell and take part in the solemn morning assembly in an orderly and respectful manner.

In the afternoon students should be in their classrooms at the frst bell and maintain silence.Classes will commence at the second bell.

No behaviour affecting the discipline of the school will be permitted. Students shall keep silence and decorum in the classrooms and corridors. They shall not leave their class rooms or enter any other class room without permission.

Speaking in English is compulsory at school, in the school bus and while waiting at the bus-stop to board the bus.

The school premises and class rooms must be kept clean and tidy.

Any damage caused to the property of the school or of the other students must be reported to the Principal and will have to be compensated.

Jewellery must not be worn in school.No magazines, toys, Cellphones, Camera or other articles must be brought school without prior permission.

Students shall be responsible for the safe custody of their belongings. It is suggested that their names be inscribed on articles like lunch boxes, school bags, and umbrellas. Lost articles deposited in the school offce must be claimed within a month.

Every student shall endeavour to keep up the high standard of the school by excelling in studies, good manners, and deportment. Politeness and courtesy in speech and conduct as well as cleanliness and grace of person are to be cherished.

Students are responsible to the school authorities not only for their conduct in school but also for their general behaviour outside.

It is not advisable for students to have too much money or expensive articles in their possession. The school will not be responsible for the loss of such articles.

In case of students not wearing uniform due to genuine personal reasons an excuse letter for the same signed by the parents should be produced.

No meetings, parties, or organised school activities should be arranged without the approval of the Principal.All collections must be made through the offce.

No vehicles will be allowed to enter the school compound during school hours.

All students are sincerely exhorted to cultivate the habit of morn¬ing and evening prayer.Catholic students are specially advised to assist regularly at Holly Mass and frequent the sacraments and thus be witnesses to Christ in their daily lives. Catholic parents would do well to encourage their children in this matter.

CONVEYANCE
The school provides an optional bus service which is normally meant for those who have no other means of travel to school.Students availing themselves of the bus service, must as a rule continue to use the service throughout the year. In exceptional cases, permission to discontinue could be granted by the principal provided a written application to the effect is submitted by the parent.

The conveyance charges as per the boarding point of the child are to be paid at the school offce on or before 10th of every month.

In case of circumstances beyond control, the management reserves the right not to provide the bus services to thestudents and the fees charged during the period so effected will not be refunded.

Children should be escorted to and from the school / bus stops by authorised persons.

At the bus, stop children should get into the bus in an orderly manner. As a safety measure they should not put their hands or head out even to salute any one.

After getting off the bus, children should wait at the bus stop till the bus moves again. They should be very cautious and see that they cross the road only after the bus has left the stop so that accident can be avoided

Those who travel in school bus are not allowed to use metal boxes for carrying books. They are advised to use rexin or cloth bags instead.

SCHOOL CAFETERIA
Students of class V-XII can avail canteen facilities only during lunch time.

ASSESSMENT
The school will be conducting regular assessments so that the teachers as well as the parents could have an idea as to how much the child has been able to comprehend. This will help to monitor the general day-to-day progress of the child. Report on periodical as¬sessment of the child will be given to the parents at the end of each term.

INTRODUCTION TO CCE
What is continuous and comprehensive evaluation (CCE)?

Contiuous and comprehensive evaluation refers to a system of school-based assessment that covers all aspects of student’s development.

It emphasizes two - fold objectives.

Continuity in evaluation and assessment of broad based learning.

It evaluates behavioral outcome.

FEATURES OF CCE

CONTINUOUS
Continual-from the beginning and throughout the instructional process.
Periodicity-bimonthly, monthly, terminal etc.
Comprehensive
Scholastic –subject specifc areas.
Co-scholastic-life skills, attitudes & values and other co-curricular areas.
Includes a variety of tools and techniques for the holistic assessment of learner.
Scholastic
Academic
Work experience
Physical and health education
Art education Co- scholastic
Life skills
Attitudes and values
Outdoor activities
SCHOLASTIC EVALUATION
FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT:
Assessment which is carried throughout the year by the teacher formally and informally
It is diagnostic and remedial
Will comprise of:
Class work
Home work
Oral questions/interviews
Quizzes and /conversation
Projects
Assignments / Tests
Summative Assessment
Term end OR Year end exam
Feed back on learning (Assessment of learning) to teacher and parents
Term end Examination:
Curriculum and syllabus as circulated by the board
Question papers are prepared by schools as per the CBSE format and have to be from the question bank sent by CBSE
Exam will be conducted by schools
Evaluation of Answer scripts will be done within the school

TOURS AND PICNIC
Guided tours and picnics have great educational value and shall be enjoyed by children.
Hence one-day trips are arranged to various places of interest.

PARENTAL --CO-OPERATION
The active co-operation of parents with the school is an essential pre-requisitefor the welfare of the students. Parents can help by enforcing regularity and discipline.They should supervise their child’s daily lessons, see that they put in adequate hours of study at home, and complete all written and project work. They should also encourage childrento participate in co-curricular activities and school functions.

Parents must attend the Open House meetings to get an update on their child’s academic progress and conduct. In case the parent is unable to attend the Open House,it must be communicated to the class teacher. Parents must collect the report card within that week. All communications sent from school should be acknowledged.

Parent / guardians are not allowed to enter the class rooms.
They can meet teachers at the specifed time and place.
The preferred vis¬iting hours are 12.00 noon to 12.40 pm.
Any change in address or telephone number must be intimated to the school.

HEALTH AND HYGIENE RULES
Students are advised to take bath every morning.
Nails and Hair to be trimmed regularly (Hair cut compulsory for boys)
Girls should plait their long hair or keep them tied up. Hair should be free from lice.
Students should come to school in neat uniform with clean socks and well polished shoes.

GREEN RULES

TO INCULCATE THE VALUES OF RESPECT , LOVE  AND CONCERN FOR NATURE.

DO NOT LITTER THE GROUND, USE DUSTBINS .

MINIMIZE THE USE OF POLYTHENE BAGS.

DO NOT THROW THEM IN PUBLIC PLACES. USE PAPER BAGS, CLOTH BAGS OR JUTE BAGS.

DO NOT PLUCK LEAVES OR FOWERS.

DO NOT WASTE ENERGY

SWITCH OF ELECTRIC EQUIPMENTS AND CLOSE TAPS WHEN NOT IN USE

USE PAPER WISELY AND JUDICIOUSLY