1. In order to obtain all that is best in education of your child, maximum co-operation between parents and school authorities is a must. We earnestly recommend that parents or guardians look into their children’s school diary every day and to see that lessons and homework assigned for the next day is completed or not.
2. Children should be encouraged to cultivate neatness habitually and all slovenliness should be firmly disapproved of. Remarks made in the diary should be seen and countersigned regularly.
3. If you feel that your child does not make the desired progress the principal should be contacted.
4. Parents/Guardians or visitors should not enter the classrooms during class hours.
5. Criticism or speaking ill of a student, teacher or his/her school (in the presence of the student), creating cooked up stories or incidents, speaking lies for obtaining leave for their wards etc. should be strictly avoided, because those might cause the students to lose his/her respect for the teachers with the consequent failure to learn them and may grow demoralised. If you have reasonable cause or legitimate complaint, please meet the principal in person.
6. As your child advances in age guide him/her to become a resourceful and useful member of family and country. Encourage self-help work and study. He/she should be taught to keep his/her room, study materials and clothing neat and tidy, make his/her own bed, polish his/her shoes, carry his/her own bag etc. The formation of such habits early in life inculcate in him/her an idea of dignity of work, a fundamental personal virtue necessary for a successful career in life.
7. As the medium of instruction in the school is English, children should be helped to follow their classes intelligently by a certain amount of regular English conversation at home or listening to daily English news, or reading English newspapers.
8. Fees and other dues of the school should be paid on time and receipt should be kept safely for any further clarification.
9. Parents have to bring the fee of their ward and present before the class teacher/person authorised by the principal whenever they come for the parent-teacher meeting.
10. The Principal can issue an order/request parents to withdraw their children in case they do not fit in with the regulations of the school or not capable of any improvement or if the parents themselves do not co-operate with the school authority.
11. Allotting sections/houses and shuffling as and when required, is fully at the discretion of the principal and no request for a particular section/house or changing of house/section will not entertained.
12. Transpiration for children is the responsibility of the parents. The school holds on responsibility for it and shall not entertain any complaint in this regard.