PARENT-SCHOOL RELATIONSHIP

  • Co-operation between parents and School authorities is of great importance for the ultimate achievement of a child's successful school career. It is essential then that parents carry out their responsibilities as joint educators with School authorities, by instilling in them noble ideals, a sense of good discipline and polite behaviour.

    Periodic Self Evaluations

    The following questions may help as a periodic self evaluation for parents:

    1. Have you taken genuine interest in the day to day activities of your child?
    2. Do you spend sufficient time with her each day/weekend?
    3. Are your expectations from your child reasonable?
    4. Do you show that you care for her by taking the trouble to prepare her breakfast, tiffin, to see her off to school, etc.?
  • Parents are requested:

    1. To note that girls do not drive to school on scooters motorcycles/mopeds.
    2. To see that their children come to School, neatly dressed and in time for the Morning Assembly;
    3. To keep a check of the Leave Record and Late Attendance record.
    4. To sign the reports and the occasional remarks from the teachers made at the end of this diary.
    5. To notify the Principal of change of address and telephone number.
    6. To attend School functions when invited and with their appreciation give the required encouragement to children.
  • If a pupil is likely to be absent for a long period of time the Principal must be informed within a week.
  • When communicating with the Principal, parents and guardians are requested to state in their letters, the name, class and section in which their children are studying.
  • Parents and guardians are requested to meet the teachers on Open Day' /Report Day fixed by the School authorities as regards their children's progress in studies.
  • Parents are requested NOT to meet the teachers during class hours. If it is necessary, a written permission must be obtained from the Principal.
  • Threatening communication, either direct or indirect, by parents, guardians or friends of students, with the Principal, Staff and School, will entail expulsion or any other action against the student, within the discretion of the Principal.
  • Private tuitions are not encouraged. In any case, teachers from the school may not be engaged as private tutors. Any lapse in this regard will be dealt with seriously.
  • Gifts to staff members are not allowed.
  • When students are taken on picnics or excursions, care will be taken of their safety. However, in case of any unforeseen incident, the school or accompanying staff shall not be held responsible for the same.