Admission Procedure

SESSION :1 st April to 31 st March.

Visiting School

As regular attendance is an important requirement for successful results, a written application for leave must be submitted well in advance. In case of illness and other unforeseen circumstances, the guardian should inform the principal in writing as soon as possible. A minimum attendance of 90% of the total working days is required during the academic year, falling short of which the student will not be allowed to take the examination that year. However it is advisable that a student should have 100% attendance for good performance.

The aim of the School

  1. To foster a caring, stable environment where children can feel confident, happy and secure. To provide an environment for children to learn in an organised and planned manner.
  2. To provide a structured programme of work ensuring a broad balanced curriculum which offers continuity and progression in the National Curriculum subject areas.
  3. To foster an enquiring mind, with the ability to questions, choose, evaluate and argue rationally.
  4. To provide equality of opportunity for all pupils without harassment or prejudice.
  5. To develop in each child confidence and a positive self-image.
  6. To address the needs of each individual child working towards his/her full potential.
  7. To develop a sensitive to the needs of both self and others.
  8. To develop awareness of moral social and religious values.
  9. To prepare pupils for the next stage of their education and adult life.
  10. To work in partnership with parents, governors and other professionals to deliver the agreed aims of the children.

Joining the School at the first time

  1. Students of all classes should attend prayer meetings in the morning. Students coming late may not be allowed to enter the class without the Principal’s permission.
  2. Parents or attendants are not allowed to enter any classroom. No servant is permitted on the school premises until the school gets over.
  3. No child should be absent without a prior written leave application. In case of contagious illness, the child is not allowed to attend school without a fitness certificate from an authorised medical practitioner
  4. No jewellery is to be worn (except a wrist-watch) and no makeup of any kind is to be used.Nails are to be kept trimmed.
  5. Application of Mehndi is not permitted.
  6. The school does not accept responsibility for loss of books, money, clothes and other items belonging to the student. Each child is responsible for his/her own belongings.
  7. Any damage to the school property or premises by a student is to be replaced/borne by him/her. Students should keep their bicycles at the school bicycle-stand, properly locked. School authorities will not be held responsible for any loss of unlocked bicycles kept in the bicycle-stand
  8. Every child is expected to abide by the values and standards set by the school.
  9. It is compulsory for students to participate in school functions, sports, cultural and literary activities. For at least one function per year, the child will have to get a dress or a costume made, as per requirement.
  10. No child is allowed to bring a mobile phone to school.
  11. As per govt. rules students who come by a two wheeler should have a valid driving license and wear helmet while driving, without which they will not be allowed to enter the school campus.
  12. If any child comes to school by bicycle or a two-wheeler or gearless scooter (with a valid driving licence) parents must submit a written application and deposit the required bicycle/two wheeler stand fees.
  13. Parents' cooperation is solicited in maintaining punctuality, regularity and discipline in all school functions.
  14. Tiffin should be given to the student. It should not be sent later