• Parents visiting hours
  • School working hours
  • Students dispersal
  • Schedule for payment
  • Complaints
  • Parents responsibility
  • Transfer
  • Parents engagement

Parents visiting hours

We expect the parents(only) to visit our school and meet the respective class teacher after getting permission from principal and share their feedback particularly when the performance of the student is not upto the expectation of the parents. After one or two meetings with the class teacher, if the student still has not improved, the parent should insist on meeting one of the members of the school management committee(smc) and apprise them of the situation.

Visiting hours for parents are furnished below

Standard Days Time
LKG to II Monday 4.30 pm to 5.30 pm
III to V Tuesday 4.30 pm to 5.30 pm
VI to VIII Wednesday 4.30 pm to 5.30 pm
IX & X Thursday 5.00 pm to 6.00 pm
XI & XII Friday 5.00 pm to 6.00 pm

School working hours

Standard Time-Forenoon A.M Time-Afternoon P.M
LKG & UKG 8.30 TO 12.00 NOON 12.40 to 3.30 pm
I to VIII 8.3 to 12.00 noon 12.40 to 4.20 pm
IX to XII 7.00 to 01.05 pm 05.00 to 6.00 pm
COACHING CLASSES 05.00 to 6.00 pm


Students dispersal

  • Parents / guardians of students who do not avail school transport should report at the school gate 10 minutes before the school gets over to collect their wards.
  • Parents (or whoever is authorised by the parents) have to produce the Escort Card at the school gate to receive their ward, failing which the student will not be handed over to their parents (or who ever is authorised by the parents).
  • If due to certain emergencies, a student has to leave the school campus during school hours by his own transport, the following rules have to be observed:
    • Give a written application
    • Produce the Escort Card
    • Sign the School Leaving Register
    • Take a Permission Slip, which has to be shown at the school gate before leaving the campus.
  • In case the Escort Card is lost or misplaced the child can be released on the basis of a written application signed by both the parents and approved by the Principal at High School.

Schedule for payment of TERM FEES

I JUNE - AUG On or before 10/06/2020
II SEPT - NOV On or before 10/09/2020
III DEC - APR On or before 10/12/2020

Payment of fees will be accepted in the school office between 9.00am to 1.00pm and 2.00pm to 5.00pm. Parents are requested to make all remittance of fees at the school fees counter in time and get receipts. When there is a discrepancy the parent can produce the relevant receipt at the school office.


Any communications, report or complaint of the parents/guardians should be addressed to the solution cell functioning in office which will be directed to Principal/Correspondent or Director. Parents and guardians are not allowed to deal directly with the teachers of the school regarding any complaint.

Parents Responsibility

Parents should monitor the above mentioned arrangement and make sure that the homework policy works effectively. Any deviation should be immediately brought to the notice of the School Management Committee.

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.”


While a child is moving to another school, the school should be notified at least a week in advance if possible to ensure that school records ( T.C, Marklist & conduct certificate) are made ready.

Parent Engagement


Open communication between parents and the school is an essential part of student progress-a practice that we sustain on a daily basis. We recognise the important role of effective parent-teacher-student communication which plays in helping students to achieve their trust potential and how much it contributes to their overall development.

Parental portal ( BMHS School. Arakkonam)

For smoother channels of collaboration, we have the BMHS school. Arakkonam- a one- stop solution for many announcements, buisnesses, queries, functions, tasks, etc. the portal acts as a bridge between teachers and parents for all school related activities as well as an easy option for administrative activities like invoicing, transport, etc

Other modes

Other modes of communication include Parents - teacher meetings, 1:1 meetings, weekly class updates and Orientation sessions

Parents(1:1) meet

Measurable Achievement and Progress-pt meeting, one interaction of parent Student assessments should not just be used to communicate final grades or rank students. The best instructors use assessments to guide individual learners along the journey to academic achievement. We are aware that parents expect teachers to instruct their students and to guide their learning so they can have success. Positive parent-school communication benefits the parents and encouraged through PT Meeting after every test and exams. A meeting is conducted class wise every term to discuss the performance of school with parental cooperation the teachers will be able to know the influence of a child. It is always a triangular link among the parents, teachers and the student to have a constructive growth.