Codes and Policies - General Rules

  1. Every child must bring the school handbook to class daily. Nostudent is allowed to tear any page from the handbook nor is permitted to use it as a rough book.
  2. Any communication sent through this Handbook must be taken note of and duly signed.
  3. Any change in contact details must be immediately notified to the school authorities.
  4. While communication with the school authorities, parents are requested to mention in their letter the, U.I.D no., grade and division of their child.
  5. If a pupil has lost or misplaced the school Handbook, he/she can buy another from the school.
  6. Parents are not allowed to meet their child or teachers during school hours without the sanction of the authorities. The parents may meet the teachers on Thursdays before class hours by prior appointment.
  7. Parents are requested not to fetch the children from school before class is over except in case of emergencies when permission should be obtained in writing.
  8. Parents are requested to make any complaint directly to the authorities and not to the class teacher.
  9. The school cannot make itself responsible for books, money, clothes and other articles that are lost. It is not advisable for students to have money or valuable articles with them.
  10. Any damages done to school property or to that of the other students will have to be made good.
  11. No books, articles other than school books may be brought into the school premises. Carrying/use of mobile phones is prohibited in school. Chewing gum is strictly prohibited in the school premises.
  12. Gifts to teachers and demonstrations in their honour are not allowed.
  13. No collection for any purpose whatsoever will be started without the prior permission of the Principal.
  14. Morning or afternoon shift/division is allotted to students as per convenience of the school. Parents or students cannot demand shift/division of their choice.
  15. Reductions in fees are granted in special cases to poor and deserving students. Concessions are tenable only for the year for which they are granted and may be cancelled at any time of the year if the student fails to satisfy the authorities in the conduct and application. No reduction in fees will be made in favour of those whose academic progress and/or discipline is unsatisfactory.
  16. Parents are given to understand that they cannot dictate to the management and the management, thus has the right to say on about what condition they will admit or retain pupils in the school provided such conditions are in conformity with the grant-in-aid code and the instructions issued by the Council or Director or the Education Inspectors.
  17. The engagement of private tutors may prove injurious to real progress. Parents must therefore remember that the school discourages private tuitions.
  18. Teachers of Children’s Academy Group of Schools are banned from taking any tuition of any student of the Children’s Academy Group of Schools. Engaging of a tuition teacher who is an employee of the Children’s Academy Group of Schools will be viewed as a breach of disciplinary rules of the school and appropriate disciplinary actions will be initiated against the teacher and the student.
  19. Gifts shall not be given to any staff member on any occasion.