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Attendance Policy:

• It is compulsory for all students to maintain regular attendance during the course of the Academic Session, 80% attendance is mandatory to enable them to appear for the Final Assessment. A certificate of merit will be given to students with 100% attendance.

• Students who have been sick for 3 or more days will bring a medical certificate from their doctor on re-joining the School.

• If a child is absent from the school without prior information for 7 days continuously then his/her name will be struck off from the attendance register.

• Attendance is compulsory for celebration of National Days.

Behavior Policy:


Every student is responsible for his own behavior and to act in a manner that demonstrates self-discipline and a sense of responsibility. They are expected to :

  • Abide by their School behavior Policy rules;
  • Have a positive approach to their school life;
  • Show courtesy and respect at all times towards others;
  • Be regular in attendance and punctual;
  • Co-operate with their peers and staff;
  • Recognize that no poor standards of behavior will be accepted;
  • Develop a sense of community and of caring for each other and for the environment;
  • Accept responsibility for a well-ordered community at school and take a positive role in the running of the school; and
  • Demonstrate a positive image of their school through their exemplary behaviour at and outside school.


It is recognized that parental involvement and responsibility are essential and parents are accountable for their children and their behaviour. They have the essential role to strive for their children demonstrating good and acceptable behaviour at all times, recognising that this has a profound effect upon their attitudes at school. They are expected to:

  • Abide by and endorse the Rules and Regulations and any other policies of the school;
  • Encourage an attitude of respect for the environment, and for one another among their children;
  • Fully collaborate with the school in the elaboration and implementation of behaviour resolution measures for their wards;
  • Share discussions with teachers and the Head of School concerning their child’s education, welfare and behaviour and any concerns, difficulties or anxieties;
  • Encourage their child to project a positive image of the school at all times; and
  • Ensure the regular attendance (minimum 80% attendance rate) and punctuality of their child.

Grievance Redressed Policy:

Each and every grievance of students and staff must be redressed at the earliest with transparency and without fear and favour. There should be duly appointed body of experienced personal and all grievances must be directed to it and it must address them with a visible human tough well within the pre-defined norms and usages. You can complaint through a mail [email protected]