Withdrawal of a student is possible with prior intimation of 30 days.
The Transfer Certificate will be issued only when the account is settled fully
A student can take long leave from school only with prior approval from school authorities subject to minimum attendance. If student takes long leave and falls short of minimum attendance of 75%, she/he will not be eligible for final exam and may be asked to repeat the class, as learning remains incomplete.
Parents need to pay all applicable school fees for the notice period in case of withdrawal of student on long leave.
To closely monitor their ward’s progress by checking the school almanac everyday and paying attention to their punctuality, discipline and submission of school assignments.
To encourage their ward to take a balanced interest in studies, co-curricular activities and sports.
To inform the school immediately if there is any change in address, telephone numbers
To ensure that their ward does not bring expensive items, electronic items, cell phones etc. or large sum of money to school. The school bags should be randomly checked to ensure the same.
To restrict pocket money to a minimal. Excessive spending in school should be discouraged.
To explain to the child the need to look after his/her belongings. The school does not accept responsibility for any item lost in school. All articles belonging to the child should have identification details.
To ensure that their ward is in proper school uniform. No fancy jewellery like danglers, trinkets, studs etc. should be worn by girls/boys.
To ensure that their ward does not wear/carry smart watch to school.
To keep leave for half a day to a minimal as far as possible. In case of an emergency, written permission must be taken from the Principal / Vice Principal/ Headmistress and the Class Rep/ Class Teacher.
To ensure that during their ward’s absence from school, work done in the class is made up for.
To provide a supportive value-based environment to their ward at home. Using discretion and parental judgement, keep track of their ward’s mental health and emotions.
To monitor the internet sites being visited by their ward and limit Television viewing to appropriate programmes and duration.
contact school to discuss and decide a plan of action to handle the difficulties (academic as well as behavioral) of their ward and to seek guidance. Your letters will be replied to after discussion with the concerned teachers.
to ensure that their ward appears for all tests as per the schedule given in the Almanac. In case the child is unable to take the examination, prior intimation must be given to the Class Teacher in writing.
To discourage their ward from taking additional leave before the commencement of examinations.