School Rules

Parents are requested to ensure that all the test note books/ answer sheets are positively signed by them. Failure on this ground will lead the authorities to take a suitable action against their ward.

LUNCH & EATABLES

No parent is allowed to bring lunch/eatables after the child has entered the school premises. Under no circumstances will lunch be accepted in the school.

WE ARE STRICTLY AGAINST SENDING A STUDENT FOR MIDDAY BREAK/ HALF DAY. NO HALF DAY LEAVE WILL BE ALLOWED UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES. PARENTS DESIRING HALF DAY MAY BETTER KEEP THEIR WARD(S) AT HOME FOR THE WHOLE DAY.

FOR SUMMER APRIL TO OCTOBER (GIRLS)

GIRLS

Mon., Tue., Thu.,Fri. Steel Grey Divided Skirt, White Short-Sleeved Shirt with School Monogram, Grey Socks, School Shoes (Black) (Bata Cindrella Tiger), School Belt and White Hairband, Wed., Sat., White Divided Skirt (Knee Length), House T-Shirt, White Socks, White P.T. Shoes.

FOR WINTER NOVEMBER TO MARCH (GIRLS)

GIRLS

Monday to Saturday Bottle Green Jacket for Pre-Primary (Compulsory), Worsted Grey Skirt (Nursery – Class III), Worsted Grey Skirt (Knee Length) (From Class IV Onwards), White Full Shirt with School Monogram, Bottle Green Pullover with White Stripes on the Neck and Sleeves, Bottle Green Coat with School Monogram (Compulsory from Class I) (Single Breast Pocket), Grey Socks/ Stockings (Knee Length), School Shoes, Tie, Belt and White Hairband, Bottle Green Scarf (Optional)

FOR SUMMER APRIL TO OCTOBER (BOYS)

BOYS

Mon., Tue., Thu.,Fri., Bottle Green Jacket for Pre-Primary (Compulsory), Steel Grey, Shorts (Nursery – V) Steel Grey, Pants (From VI Onwards), White Short- Sleeved Shirt with School Monogram, Grey Socks School Shoes (Black) (Bata Naughty Boy) Wed., Sat. White Shorts (I -V) White Full Pants (From VI Onwards), House T-Shirt, White Socks, White P.T. Shoes , School Belt

FOR WINTER NOVEMBER TO MARCH (BOYS)

BOYS

Monday to Saturday Worsted Grey Pants, White Full Shirt with School Monogram, Bottle Green Pullover with White Stripes on the Neck and Sleeves, Bottle Green Coat with School Monogram (Single Breast Pocket) (From Class I Onwards), Grey Socks/ Stockings, School Shoes, Tie and Belt, Bottle Green Cap (Optional)

LIBRARY

  • 1 The greatest contribution of any educational institution is to develop in a student the habit of reading which at the later stage of life of a student becomes his/her greatest To cultivate the habit of reading, the school has a very well-equipped library with latest works of renowned authors, magazines and journals which always supplement to the intellectual pursuit of a student. The library has the capacity of accommodating sixty students at a time. The library has a very congenial and conducive ambience to serious self-study.
  • 2 The school library is open for all bona fide students of the school during school
  • 3 All classes are provided with at least one library period per
  • 4 Books, other than reference ones are issued for seven
  • 5 Books, marked, disfigured or damaged will have to be replaced or paid for by the
  • 6 The library has an open-shelf system; and students must help to maintain order and organization in the different shelves. They must put the books back in the shelf after consultation, and not just anywhere on the