• Library Rules
  • Positive Behaviour Mmanagement
  • Parents Responsibility

Library Rules

  • The library is a “Silence Zone”. Students have to strictly maintain silence in the library.
  • Students are not allowed to enter the library with food, water and personal items. They must keep their bags outside the library before entering.
  • Each student has to show his/her book at the exit during dispersal.
  • For loss or damage of the library book, the student has to replace the same within 1 week.
  • Each student has to check his or her library book during issue, and report impairment or any damage to the librarian. If any scribbling or damage to the book is found at the time of return then he /she will have to replace the book.
  • Students should not bring back the issued library books to school except on the day of return as it might get lost.

Positive Behaviour Management

Positive behaviour management is defined as an approach that will emphasises prevention, support for students, avoiding confrontation with students and focusing on the development of values, relationships and skill building

The following disciplinary measures may be adopted by the school in dealing with students behaving in an unruly manner.

  • Oral warning and counseling
  • Written warning
  • Detention during the break or on working Saturdays
  • Transfer Certificate from the school
  • Students indulging in aggressive or very violent behaviour will be dropped to and picked up from the school by their parents. They will not be permitted to travel by school bus.

Parents Responsibility

Parents are requested not to send sick children to school for attending classes or appearing for examinations. This is in the interest of the child and at times his/her classmates, as well. Medical Certificates must be submitted so that the child’s results are not affected. All parents are requested to impart Health Education to their children. Students suffering from infectious diseases such as Conjunctivitis, Dermatitis, Scabies, etc. should not be sent to school until they have fully recovered. Students suffering from chronic diseases like Asthma, Epilepsy, Heart Disease etc. are advised to be under continuous medical supervision of a doctor, who is a specialist in the concerned field. History of their ailments must be filled up in the Almanac, along with the treatment and the medicines prescribed by the concerned doctor. Parents are also advised to keep the school infirmary informed (medical / health problem which may have developed during the academic year. The medical history of the student must be filled up by the parents in the space provided in the almanac.

“Parents are not supposed to send medicines along with the child without prior permission from the Principal / Head Mistress.”