Students are expected to keep the classrooms and school premises clean. They should not disfigure the walls or litter the verandas, corridors or grounds.
School property should be handled with utmost care and their misuse should be avoided. Students should not scratch or spoil the desks or damage any furniture, write or draw anything on walls or damage things belonging to others. Any one who sees anything damaged should report the matter immediately to the school authorities.
Students should switch off fans and lights while going out of the classrooms.
No student should wear valuable jewellery or ornaments while attending the classes..
Every student must take part in school games and other activities unless declared physically unfit or exempted by the principal.
The students should show their school diaries and progress reports to their parents/ guardians and get them duly signed. This will help in the timely intimation of their progress or deficiencies and the remedial measures adopted by the school.
COURTESIES AND ETIQUETTE
In their dealings with teachers and with other adults, children are expected to be guided by the following courtesies and points of etiquette:
To address them as “Sir” and “Ma’am”
To stand up in the presence of teachers, except in the classroom.
To sit only when asked to sit down.
To remove their hands from their pockets in the presence of teachers and visitors, and during formal occasions including assembly.
To wish them in the course of the day or as they pass, in a dignified manner.
To stand aside to let teachers and visitors pass.
To open doors for adults and let them go first
To converse and behave, in the presence of teachers and visitors, in a well-mannered way.
To offer to help any visitor who seems to require it.
To be polite to all non-teaching staff.
To raise one’s hands in class for permission to speak
To ask permission to leave or enter a class room
To stand in silence during assembly.
To be silent and respectful in the presence of visitors/guests to the school.