Rules & Regulations

School Timing

  • All Saturdays are holidays for KG section.
  • All Saturdays are half working days for classes IX to XII.
  • The school may conduct any special programme at other times if it is necessary for the welfare of the student.

School Uniform Policy

  • The school uniform is mandatory for every student to adhere to the dress code of the School.
  • The student is advised to strictly wash and iron the uniform. Any irregularity in uniform will not be encouraged.

Payment of fees

  • School Fee along with Conveyance charges for those students who are using bus facility are payable for twelve calendar months of the year.
  • Payment of fees can be made in the form of Cash/DD.
  • If the fee is not paid before the last date, the fee defaulters will be charged Rs.100 as late fee for the first 5 days and Rs.100 will be added for every 5 days.
  • Fee once paid will not be refunded.
  • Please preserve the fee receipt and to be produced for verification as and when required by school authorities.
  • The parents can pay the school fee either annually or in four installments as per the Payment schedule given below:

Rules of Leave, Absence & late arrival

  • Every Student should maintain 80% of attendance in a year. Any violation of this rule may disqualify a pupil from being promoted to the next class or being sent for public examinations.
  • Attendance on the re-opening day after any occasional, terminal and annual holidays is compulsory.
  • Application for leave of absence should be made by the parent or guardian of the student and addressed to the class teacher if it is not exceeding two days and to the Principal if it is for a longer period.
  • No Pupils shall absent himself/ herself without obtaining prior sanction of leave from the class teacher except in the cases of unforeseen circumstances. In such cases the application for leave shall be sent to the class teacher on the first day of their presence.
  • Attendance on working Saturdays is compulsory. Repeated absenteeism will invite strict action.
  • Coming late to School will not be entertained. Late-comers will be excused only for three times in a year with valid reasons. If late attendance exceeds formore than three days, they will be allowed to enter the Classroom after explaining the reasons to the principal.
  • Students are responsible for making up all work missed.
  • If absent for two or more consecutive days for medical reasons or any other reason, the parent should meet the Principal in person, preferably with the medical certificate.
  • Students returning to school after suffering from an infectious or contagious disease are to produce a doctor's certificate permitting them to do so.
  • Student suffering from the following diseases must observe the prescribed period of quarantine before returning to the class.

Payment Schedule

Term Last date for payment late fee
I (June to August) On or before 20th of June
II (September to November) On or before 20th of September
III (December to February) On or before 20th of December
IV (March to May) On or before 20th of March

Late arrival to school

  • Coming late to School will not be entertained. Late-comers will be excused only for three times in a year with valid reasons. If lateattendance exceeds for more than three days, they will be allowed to enter the Classroom after explaining the reasons to the principal.

Student responsibility

  • Students are responsible for making up all work missed.
  • If absent for two or more consecutive days for medical reasons or any other reason, the parent should meet the Principal in person, preferably with the medical certificate

Health and Hygiene:

  • Students returning to school after suffering from an infectious or contagious disease are to produce a doctor's certificate permitting them to do so.
  • Student suffering from the following diseases must observe the prescribed period of quarantine before returning to the class.
  • Chicken - Until the scabs fall completely.
  • Until the child recovers
  • Two weeks after the rash disappears
  • Until the swelling has gone

Withdrawals and issue of T.C:

  • Withdrawal of students during the school academic year is not advised. However, parents willing to withdraw the student at the end of an academic year must submit an application for T.C in written format one month in advance.

Discipline

The following activities are strictly forbidden in the school.

  • Scribbling on the walls
  • Use of regional language (Tamil / Hindi / Urdu / Malayalam)
  • Spitting in or near the school buildings
  • Disfiguring or damaging any school property
  • Use of chewing gums
  • Speaking to the opposite gender
  • Malpractices during examinations
  • Violent and rude behaviour
  • Possession and usage of mobile phones and other such electronic devices
  • Disrespecting teachers, office staff and helpers

In case of reported misconduct, the following steps will be taken by the school:

  • In the first instance of misconduct, the student will be counselled by the respective teacher/class teacher.
  • In the Second instance, student will be referred to the school Counselor and the matter will be informed to the Principal and parents as a warning.
  • In the third instance, student will be issued a disciplinary slip and the matter will be brought to the notice of the Parents.
  • On the receipt of two disciplinary slips, the student will be suspended for a period of three days or expelled from the school depending on the nature of misconduct.

General Guidelines

  • Education starts primarily at home and hence parents are expected to co-operate with the school with regard to their child's integral growth.
  • Parents should be good role models, enforce positive criticism, discourage watching Television, and encourage recitation of Qur'aan and performance of Salah
  • Parents are requested to respect the school's policy on child's behaviour and disciplinary actions.
  • Since the medium of instruction is English, conversing in English is mandatory for all students. This habit should be encouraged at home too by the way of conversation and newspaper reading.
  • Parents are discouraged from bringing lunch to their wards in the afternoon.
  • Report cards should only be signed by the parents/ guardian.
  • Parents will not be allowed to meet/see their wards during school working hours as students are encouraged to be more responsible and independent.
  • School does not encourage celebration of Birthdays. Hence wearing of Color Dress, Distribution of Sweets for this reason is not entertained.
  • Parents should compulsorily attend the parent-teacher meeting or any other seminars conducted by the school.
  • The school wishes the parents to maintain a good rapport with the Principal and staff and to be courteous when they visit the school.
  • It would be appreciated, if parents could telephone the school on all routine matters during office hours.
  • Parents can meet the class teachers/ coordinators / Principal only on permitted visiting hours and not during class hours.
  • Support school officials in their efforts to develop and maintain a well-disciplined school.
  • Share the responsibility with the school for the betterment of the student's conduct.

Provide the following to support the academic programme of the school

  • A nourishing breakfast to your child in the morning without fail.
  • Ensure adequate lunch, snacks, drinking water, spoon's and a napkin's are provided.
  • Well sharpened pencils, pens, covered note books and books.
  • The School will take no responsibility for any loss or damage to the above mentioned and other relevant private property.
  • Press uniforms on a daily basis.
  • Avoid outings during the term to ensure regular attendance at school.
  • Ensure a good night sleep by avoiding TV viewing by your child.
  • Discuss with your children regarding their studies.
  • Talk to the children about events that happen inv the country and around the world and take children out to places of interest.
  • Forbid your child from wearing costly jewellery or expensive watches or colourful bands or clips to school.
  • All policies of the school have been framed in the interest of the student; hence they should be practiced without infringement, failure of which may be considered as a serious breach of promise .

Admission Policy

  • Admissions are open in Classes LKG to Grade III. However, it depends on the availability of vacancies in every class.
  • Admission to the school is open to all boys and girls irrespective of caste, race, creed, colour community, backgroundor physical disability based on the entrance examination and interview.
  • Registrations for admission are usually made in the month of January every year. Admissions are confirmed subject to the rules and regulations of the CBSE and Government of Tamilnadu.
  • Children with physical, but not mental disability may be admitted. A balance of boys / girls will be maintained.
  • The medium of instruction will be English and great care is taken to develop fluency and accuracy in the language.

Discipline Policy

  • Teachers play an active role as guides and mentors. They motivate, praise, and acknowledge good student behaviour in maintaining a happy school environment. Students are expected to act in a courteous, responsible manner at all times.
  • Coming late to school or class is considered a serious offence. Every student is expected to complete the works/assignments given by teachers on time. Damage done to the buildings, furniture, library books, sports equipment etc., must be compensated for by the person responsible for causing the damage.
  • The school authorities reserve the right to take the appropriate disciplinary action including dismissal / suspension against the student whose conduct is detrimental to the moral tone, discipline and educative atmosphere of the school.