1. The school expects that you will….
Be available if it is necessary, to discuss aspects of your child’s behaviour at school.
Sign message, progress reports or other similar documents when requested to do so, to avoid putting your child to any inconvenience.
Check the school diary daily, as it forms a link between the school and you.
Ensure that your son/daughter/wards is not absent on the first and last day of the school tem without prior permission and that your child’s absence from school is duly explained in the diary.
Give sufficient time and attention to your child’s progress and daily work and help by supervising the studies of your son /daughter.
Ensure your child eats a good and a wholesome breakfast before coming to school.
Ensure your child carries his/her identity card to school every day.
Discourage private tuition as it is important that a child develops the habit of working/studying on his own under the guidance of his/her parents.
2. The teacher staff expects that you will….
Attend Parents Teacher meeting.
If you wish to discuss a matter of concern to you and your child, feel free to contact and individual teacher during his/her free period by talking prior permission from the Principal/ Co-ordinator. You are encouraged especially to meet teachers after the unit evaluations for maximum benefit of your child.
Be open to listening and considering the teacher’s opinions regarding your child even when the comments may sometime be less than complementary.
Discourage private tuitions as it as important that a child develops the habit of working/ studying on his own under the guidance of his/her parents.
3. Other Parents expects that you will….
Expect firm parental discipline in cases where your child’s behaviour is distracting from the quality of learning opportunities for in the school.
Keep your child at home if he is suffering from contagious diseases like mumps, measles, chicken pox, small pox, whooping cough, conjunctivitis (sore eyes) and send him to school only with the doctor’s fitness certificate.