Students' Code of Conduct

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Code of Conduct: for Students

We believe that school is a place for teaching & learning, where the pupil is the primary focus, and where students have the right to feel safe, secure and supported. To provide this supportive learning environment, students and others must foster respect & discipline among all members of the school community. Our school CODE OF CONDUCT encourages students to recognize and respect diversity and individual differences. In the process, we want students to develop self- discipline, which should be considered as a core of personal activity. We expect our students to maintain and encourage high standards of personal conduct. These include discipline, integrity, respect, accountability, sensitivity and values.

Responsibilities Towards School & the Class

  • To protect and promote the sanctity of the school.
  • To maintain peace, order and harmony in school
  • To reach school on time, & attend and maintain the dignity and sanctity of the school assembly.
  • To develop neatness and orderliness in their work and appearance.
  • To speak softly and only in English while at school
  • To treat the helpers of the school with respect.
  • To safeguard and preserve school property. Any damage done to the property of the school is considered a serious breach of discipline and will invite disciplinary action and heavy penalties.
  • To respect elders, teachers, support staff and friends & to be socially responsible in the society.
  • To maintain regularity in academic and non-academic activities.
  • To regularly submit school work: written work such as class work, home work, and assignments must be completed punctually and regularly
  • To follow the general instructions given in the school by teachers.
  • To take part in the school elections and discharge the duties as expected in the governance of the school and follow the rules and regulations.
  • To uphold the dignity of the school programs/activities/fests by organizing, participating and helping, according to each one’s ability and aptitude.
Dress Code
Girl Students Are Not Permitted To
Boy Students Are Not Permitted To

Students must be dressed in the school uniform whenever they are on the school premises. Students need to be in complete school uniform when:

  • They represent the school in any inter-school event even if it is conducted during holidays.
  • When they accompany their parents for parent – teacher meetings.
  • When they come to school for any reason even if it is during their holidays or there are no classes.
  • House shirts need to be worn on PT days.
  • Students should wear clean and well ironed dress along with polished shoes everyday.
  • Have streaked hair, fancy hairstyles, leave shoulder length or long hair untied.
  • No layered haircut for girls which makes them look unkempt.
  • Eye make up or any other kind of make up during school hours.
  • Wear gold earrings, bangles, chains, colorful and fancy jewellery, long or hanging earrings.
  • Adorn their hair with colourful clips.
  • No painted nails. No applying mehendi on hands during school days.
  • Wear caps and headgear in the school.
  • Have streaked hair, long hair, long side burns or fancy hairstyles.
  • Wear bracelets/chains/ friendship bands or other bands.

Policy against Violence

We emphasise the importance of non-violence. Pushing, swearing, shoving, biting, hitting and kicking each other are unacceptable, even if done in fun. Physical assault will be dealt with severely, by suspension. It is very important that parents discuss this policy with their child (ren). The school needs parental support in this endeavour.

In Case of Misconduct and Misbehaviour

Please remember that discipline, rules and regulations should be followed as a habit, without supervision and enforcement. These have been framed considering the students’ future. We expect students to follow the various rules and regulations with minimal supervision. However, if a student violates acceptable standards of behaviour, the school may have to take some disciplinary action if the school does not find any positive change in behaviour.

The following activities are considered as misconduct and must be avoided. This is only a part of the list

  • Falsification of records.
  • Misrepresentation of the school.
  • Coming late and leaving early without permission
  • Continuous failure in wearing proper uniform, neatness and in doing home work.
  • Willful destruction, sabotage and theft of school property or that of other students.
  • Failure or refusal to follow the instructions of the school and teachers.
  • Disorderly or indecent behaviour, use of inappropriate language with fellow students and teachers / staff / visitors.
  • Carrying mobile phones or any compact discs / iPod either in school or while representing the school in various inter-schoolactivities.
  • Rude or insolent behaviour towards superiors.
  • Use of any kind of abusive/ indecent language.
  • Bullying of any kind.

To encourage Good Behaviour:

  • Appreciation certificates are given to these children in the assembly.
  • Every achievement of the child in any competition is acknowledged in the school assembly.
  • Children who constantly display good behaviour will be appreciated with their names entered in the appreciation certificate.
  • Every year, Class X & XII students who have done well in their board exams are honoured with cash prizes.
  • Every year, outgoing students of Class X & XII are honoured for various feats and achievements like music, dance, literaryskills, academics, scientific talent, quizzing etc.