Academics

Code Of Conduct

Code Of Conduct


Code Of Conduct

  1. In relation to God
    • Develop your relationship with him through prayer and participation in the religious life of the school.
    • Behave in god- like way in your dealings with others, modeling his tolerance, love respect, fairness and honesty at all times.
    • See your school life as a part of your mission on earth and strive to fulfill it to the best of your ability for God.
    • Always speak the truth with your parents, teachers and fellow students.
  2. In relation to school community:
    • School is your second home, love it and it will make you great.
    • Wear the school uniform with pride.
    • Attend class on the opening day after each vacation.
    • Reach the school at least five minutes before the assembly.
    • Speak positively of your school and teachers.
    • Show school spirit by participating in school activities.
    • Be responsible for your belongings. The name, class and section is to be written clearly on them.
    • Do not wear ornaments, expensive watches etc.
    • Keep your class rooms and school environment clean and tidy.
    • RUDE and ARGUMENTATIVE behavior with teachers and cabinet will be strictly dealt with.
    • COMING OUT OF CLASSES after the teacher leaves the class and before the arrival of the next teacher is strictly prohibited.
    • DISCIPLINE IN BUSES SHOULD BE MAINTAINED. Any complaint by the bus monitor/teacher/driver for violation of rules will be looked into and severely dealt with.
    • Attendance on school function is necessary.
    • Staying away from class will be seriously dealt with.
    • Any kind of damage caused within the school premises must be compensated by the one who causes it.
    • Those students who are absent on the first day of the academic session will lose their seat unless a written application stating a sound reason for absence is submitted to the principal well in time.
    • Cooperate with all staff members and show due respect to them.
    • Do not leave the school premises without the written permission of the principal or vice prinvipal.
    • Be proud of your school and present a good image especially by behaving yourself when in public and particularly on your way to school.
    • Read or listen to messages and do as instructed.
    • Speak in English within the class rooms and school premises.
    • Be regular in attending classes and doing your homework and other assignments.
    • Keep off the verandahs, staircases and class rooms during lunch time.
    • Respect school property and report immediately of any damage to school property.
    • Do not meet any visitor in the school without the permission of the Principal.
    • Do not bring comics, story books etc which will distract you from your studies.
    • Use of mobile phone is strictly prohibited. If a child is found carrying a handset, it will lead to confiscation of mobile phone.
    • Students are not allowed to go with their friends to their homes or to any other place from the school.
    • No collection of money for any purpose whatsoever shall be made in the school without explicit permission of the principal.
  3. In relation to your teachers:
    • Give respect to your teachers at all times.
    • Accept their authority, their right to give instructions, and to allocate suitable correction to those who break rules.
    • Come to school on time and bring all necessary materials with you.
    • Listen attentively when teachers and others are speaking
  4. In relation to your fellow students
    • Do not interfere with their personal matters by bullying or by indulging in violence.
    • Do not defame their good name by insults or spreading rumors.
    • Do not interfere with their chances to learn by disrupting the class room environment.
    • Do not take and spoil material belonging to others. Speak to them with courtesy and respect.
    • Do not pick up quarrels with your fellow students.
    • Help the weak students to cope with their studies.
    • Be responsible for your actions and accept the consequences of them.
  5. In relation to your parents
    • Respect them and obey them.
    • Communicate all the messages given in the school.
    • Remind them to meet all the concerned teachers on the prescribed PTM date to enquire about your progress in the school.
    • Try to be independent in getting ready for school without bothering your parents.
    • Do not tell lies or hide matters from your parents.