Parent Teacher Co-Operation
The success of the school depends on the co-operation of parents and teachers. The parents/ guardians are requested to maintain liaising with the school authorities, to maintain a high standard of discipline and study. They are to insist upon the regular attendance, punctuality, diligence exhibited in home tasks, neatness and cleanliness of the books and personal appearance of their wards. They should also see the time table of the examinations and prepare the wards. Parents / Guardians are requested not to disturb the teachers of the pupils from their duty by visits during the class hours. All dealings shall be conducted through the office of the school. The parents can contact the teachers on the last working day of every month to know the performance of their children. Their valuable suggestions of the parents / guardians are earnestly demanded and for that they may make use of the ‘Notification’ page of the Hand Book or contact personally.
A Word to Parents
- The school authorities expect the co-operation of the parents/ guardians in maintaining regularity, discipline and study habits in the children. It is desirable that the parents call on the school authorities at least once in a month.
- Communicate promptly the reasons for your child's absence or leave.
- Kindly check regularly the Register of 'Late-coming' and 'Non-attendance'.
- Kindly check the student's hand book daily for reports. If found, sign it and take the necessary action.
- Kindly, do not disturb the teachers or pupils by visits during the class hours. Visits may conveniently be done with the previous permission of the Principal/Headmistress before or after the class or during the IInd recess.
- Any observations or complaints should be made directly to the Principal/Headmistress.
- Answer books of the annual examination will not be shown or revalued. Marks can be retotalled on special requests accompanied by the fee.
- Parents/Guardians are requested to co-operate with the school authorities.
a. by urging their children to be regular and punctual in attendance.
b. by insisting on neatness and cleanliness in the textbook, exercise books and personal appearance of their wards.
c. By meeting the teachers on Saturdays to discuss the progress/ performance or the behaviour and character of their wards.