Our Ethics + Compliances.

A well-written code of conduct clarifies on our school's mission, values and principles, linking them with standards of professional conduct.

Code of Conduct


Good behaviour and discipline are key foundations for good education. We expect and insist on the highest standards of behaviour throughout our school. Courtesy, good manners and consideration for others, together with self discipline and respect for authority, are encouraged at all times and are important if we are to make our school a true caring community. We place great emphasis on praising children for politeness and kindness to others.


  • Students must be dressed in complete school uniform whenever they use the school premises, for inter school events, PTM’s, Hall ticket collection, attestation of marks card etc.
  • Students must not be found loitering in public places in the school uniform.
  • Students will not be allowed to change into their casual attire on any working day in school.
  • If a student comes to school with an incomplete uniform, he / she will be marked under thedefaulters list.
  • Students are required to wear the winter wear provided by the school.
  • Girls have to wear appropriate inner wear including (slips and tights that are provided by the school) at all times.
  • Girls must wear only small stud or small earrings.
  • Girls with shoulder length hair must wear two ponytails with black rubber bands.
  • Girls with long hair must neatly two plait their hair using a black rubber band.
  • Girls with short hair must ensure that their hair does not fall on their face.
  • They need to wear their hair back either by wearing a band or a slide.
  • Boys should have a proper haircut. Fancy haircut, streaked hair, long hair, long side burns or shaving of hair in patterns is not permissible.
  • Boys are not allowed to wear caps, bracelets, chains, friendship bands and coloured T-shirts.
  • Low waist pants are not to be worn to school.
  • School belt and socks must be worn at all times.


  • The school gates will close within 10 minutes after the first bell rings.
  • Three late arrivals in a month will lead to strict disciplinary action.


  • It is compulsory for children to be present on the first and the last working day after Dussehra, Christmas and Summer vacations unless in the case of an emergency which must be accompanied by a formal letter to the class teacher explaining the absence. Parents are therefore, requested to make travel plans accordingly.
  • If a child has not attended school, parents should fill up the record of non- attendance in pg 32.
  • If a child has a medical condition and has not reported to school for more than 3 days, the leave record should be accompanied by a medical certificate.
  • The child will not be given any retest (formative/ unit tests/ summative) if a child has missed the same for any reason.
  • It is compulsory for all students to attend National events and special assemblies notified by the School.
  • It is compulsory for students to complete 80% attendance in the year to make them eligible to appear for the final exam.


  • Students who leave early need an authorization letter from their parent, without which they may not be allowed to leave.
  • Students should take an exit slip signed by their Coordinator, Class teacher and the Principal before they leave the school.
  • When parents arrive at school to pick up the student, he or she must report to the school office to sign out the student. The student will then be called to office to leave.


  • Attending an assembly is compulsory for students even on days when tests & examinations are conducted.
  • Students ought to be sincere and respectful during the assembly.
  • Students are required to cooperate with the student cabinet members who discharge their duties.


  • On their birthdays, students are greeted during the Morning Assembly.
  • We request parents not to send expensive gifts to be distributed to children and teachers in school. We expect you to send either one small chocolate or two toffees with your


  • Possession of mobile phones/other electronic gadgets is not permitted in the school premises.
  • If a student is found carrying cell phone/a tab in the school, it will be confiscated by the school authority and not returned.
  • Students may contact their parents through the concerned coordinator if they have fallen sick after coming to school.
  • Students staying back for after school activities cannot use it as an excuse to carry any gadgets to school.


  • If a student is unable to participate in any kind of physical activity organized by the school because of illness, an advanced diary note attested by the parent must be brought to the physical education teacher explaining the illness, and she/he will be excused.
  • In the event of a prolonged illness, a student must produce a medical certificate and seek exemption from physical education.