The School

Campus

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The School is located in Jalna City close to Santoshi Mata Temple. It is 4 km away from the railway station and 1 km away from the Central Bus Stand. While coming from Aurangabad the first road to the left after Bhokardan Naka (circle) brings you to the school campus. The school is built on a 35-acre land away from the din and bustle of the city but well within the city limits.

Infrastructure

Administrative cum Pre-primary block

This is the newest building of the school, which became available in June 2013. One part of this building is the administrative block, and the pre-primary section functions from the other part. The administrative offices are spacious and designed keeping in my mind the needs and convenience of office transaction. The classrooms are colourful, spacious and ideally designed for carrying out learning activities suitable appropriate to the age group. There is a small stage and space for the children within the building to have their assembly and other events. There is a separate playroom for the nursery children with play equipments like cars, slides, house, sand pit, etc.

Primary block

The oldest of the school buildings, it has an innovative and 'out of the box' architecture, designed to provide the right ambience for smaller children. The colourful corridors of the primary block, with its pillars and geometry enliven the atmosphere, bringing out the energy bundled in the young children.

The classrooms are spacious, bright and airy with a sit-out to break the monotony of learning in a typical four-walled, confined classroom. The furniture is comfortable and trendy with a lockable table for every child. Every classroom is networked and ready for the future with the facility for plugging in a computer.

The Headmistress who heads the Primary School has her office located in it.

Secondary block

The secondary block was built with all the modern facilities required for the transaction of curriculum for the children of class 6th upwards. The classrooms have twin-seat desks and independent chairs so that they can be moved about and rearranged depending on the requirement. There are lockers for children to place their books and games dress. This building has all the labs - Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science, Mathematics, Social Science and Language Labs apart from an AVC. There are also a few smart classrooms where children have a multimedia experience in learning. The Vice Principal, who Heads the Secondary school has his office located in it.

Multipurpose hall

This is huge hall, which is truly multipurpose which can seat up to 1000 people. The hall is used as a dining hall till lunch time and as sports centre thereafter for games like table tennis, yoga, badminton, judo, chess, caroms, etc. It is also used as a hall to stage cultural and entertainment programmes, to conduct seminars, etc. It has a spacious kitchen and allied rooms attached to it.

Swimming Pool

The school has a 25m x 22m pool with all the required facilities such as a filtration unit, shower rooms, changing rooms, etc.

Nursery

Overview

Jubilee Kids is the Pre-Kindergarten wing run by the Golden Jubilee Education Society in the Golden Jubilee School, Jalna. It was started in the year 2006 for the age appropriate development of children of the nursery age and to prepare children for the Kindergarten. Many psychologists regard the period up to 5 years of age as the most critical period in the development of a child. If guided in the right way during this period, a child should do well in the years that follow. ‘Jubilee Kids’ attempts to do exactly that in a child happy atmosphere where learning is fun.

Learning Session

Jubilee Kids starts usually in the middle of June and ends in the first week of April the next year. The academic year is divided into four quarters and a report is given at the end of each quarter. Usually there are two short breaks of about two weeks during Diwali and about 10 days during Christmas. Saturdays and Sundays are holidays except when there are special programmes for them. Jubilee Kids functions in three shifts of two hours each. The first shift is from 8.30 am to 10.30 am, the second shift is from 9.45 am to 11.45am and the third shift is from 11.00 am to 1.00 pm.

Curriculum

The heart and soul of Jubilee Kids is its curriculum. There's more to Jubilee Kids than just fun and games; every activity is actually designed to hone the intellectual, physical, emotional, linguistic, social and moral skills that will be a foundation for the children for the rest of their lives. Curriculum will let a child learn by doing fun things: playing games, solving puzzles, wearing costumes, beating drums and basically having fun with the other kids. Learning will not be confined to the classrooms; when necessary children are taken out to different places for authentic experience.

To support the curriculum Jubilee Kids has equipment that are world-class, safe and child friendly, classrooms that are spacious and airy, fully coloured with adorable cartoon characters adorning the walls, playrooms that have loads of equipment that are not only loved by children but also that help develop neuromuscular coordination and strengthen muscles.

Assessment and feedback

A child’s development is evaluated on a continuous basis and parents are informed about his/her progress periodically. Children are given grades and not ranked or compared with each other. Parents are partners in the development of a child and to facilitate mutual understanding regular Parents - Teacher Meetings are held. A report is given to each parent every quarter on the progress of their ward. A certificate is awarded to each kid at the end of the academic year.

Dress

There is no prescribed dress for Jubilee Kids. However, it is advisable for children to wear dresses that are comfortable and safe for various play activities without any thing that sticks out or can get entangled. Children would be sitting on clean floor and hence are not allowed inside the classroom with footwear on. It is important for children to wear footwear that they can wear and remove themselves easily. Parents are requested to ensure that children are clean when they come to school.

Kindergarten

Overview

The prime focus of the KG section is to let children develop a liking towards learning and school so that when they come to class 1 they enjoy learning as much as they do in the pre-primary class. The children sit around colourful octagonal tables in groups and interact with each other as they learn.

Learning Sessions

The school starts from the 1st of April and continues till the last week of March. Usually there is one long break from around the end of the third week of April to first week of June and two short breaks of about two weeks during Diwali and about 10 days during Christmas. The school functions from Mondays to Fridays except on days indicated as holidays in the school calendar. The classes start at 8 am and get over at 12.30 p.m. At times children may be called for special sessions even on Saturdays.

Curriculum

Like in the case of nursery, the curriculum is so designed that all the basic requirements for the start of formal learning in class 1 is accomplished without burdening the children. English, Hindi, Numbers, G.K, Art, Craft, Physical Education form the core of learning areas apart from communication skills, values, discipline, etc which they learn without being really aware of their learning. Learning is totally activity oriented and fun.

Assessment and Feedback

A child’s skill development will be evaluated on a continually and parents are informed about his/her progress periodically. Children will be given grades and not ranked or compared with each other. Parents are partners in the development of a child and to facilitate mutual understanding regular Parent-teacher Meetings are held. A report is given to the parents every term on the progress of their children. Parents can take appointments on working Saturdays of the school to meet the teachers and interact with them.

Primary

Overview

Children of classes 1 to 5 constitute the Primary section of our school. When the children enter the primary section from Kindergarten they get into a more serious learning atmosphere with a longer day and time for games and other co-curricular activities. They are given opportunity to explore their talents in different fields. They slowly get into habits, which are important for their performance in the years to come.

Learning Sessions

The school starts from the 1st of April and continues till the last week of March. Usually there is one long break from around the end of the third week of April to first week of June and two short breaks of about two weeks during Diwali and about 10 days during Christmas. Classes are held from Monday to Saturday except on second and fourth Saturdays and holidays declared in advance. Each period is of 40 minutes except for Saturdays when it is of 35 minutes duration.

8.00 am to 8.20 am – Assembly except on Saturdays. GK/Mental Ability test on Saturdays

8.20am to 1.30pm - classes (with breaks - 9.00 to 9.20 : breakfast, 11.20 to 11.30 : rest; lunch break : 12.50 to 1.20)

2.00pm - 3.00pm – Games (for classes 1 to 3), Prep (for classes 4 & 5)

3.00pm – 4.00pm – Games (for classes 4 & 5)

Subjects

Children learn the following subjects in the Primary classes: English, Mathematics, Hindi (Second Language), Science, Social Science, Marathi (Third language)

Teaching-Learning

The school by and large follows the NCERT and NCF guidelines for the primary classes. Teachers use a variety of methods to develop the concepts and make the subjects interesting for the children. The different labs of the school are used in doing practical work with the aim of developing skills and making the learning more concrete. Teachers use a variety of methods to develop the concepts and make the subjects interesting for the children. The different labs of the school are used in doing practical work with the aim of developing skills and making the learning more concrete. There are activities to make the learning participative. Smart classes are used where a multimedia experience is required for understanding the concepts. Children are also taken on field trips for a better understanding of the concepts learnt by them.

Keeping in mind the philosophy enshrined in the NCF children are exposed to various activities to develop interest, skills, attitude and values. From June 2014 the school has been following the XCEED curriculum provided by idiscoveri.

Assessment and feedback

Assessments are made on a continuous basis as per the guidelines given by CBSE and a written feedback is given to parents once a term. Parents are also given feedback about the performance of their ward during one-on-one meetings with the teachers.

Credit System

Bringing out the best by motivating children is one of the important features of this school. Children are encouraged to do well in whatever they do. They are rewarded with stars based on their performance. Stars are given to encourage children to do well in academic and co-curricular activities. Depending on the stars received by them they are given real stars for pinning up on their dress – white being the lowest and golden being the highest.

Middle School

Overview

Children of classes 6 to 8 constitute the middle school. This is the stage when the thinking skills are honed to a great degree. They get more opportunities to explore their talent. Their learning environment shifts to the subject-wise classrooms in the secondary block where children move from class to class after each period. They are exposed to relevant lab activities.

Learning Sessions

The school starts from the 1st of April and continues till the last week of March. Usually there is one long break from around the end of the third week of April to first week of June and two short breaks of about two weeks during Diwali and about 10 days during Christmas. Classes are held from Monday to Saturday except on second and fourth Saturdays and holidays declared in advance. Each period is of 40 minutes except for Saturdays when it is of 35 minutes duration.

8.00 am to 8.20 am – Assembly except on Saturdays. GK/Mental Ability test on Saturdays

8.20am to 1.30pm - classes (with breaks - 9.40 to 10.00 : breakfast, 11.20 to 11.30 : rest; lunch break : 1.30 to 2.00)

2.00pm - 3.00pm – Prep

3.00pm – 4.00pm – Games for classes 6 & 7, Activities (for class 8)

4.00pm – 5.00pm – Games for class 8

Subjects

Children learn English, Hindi (2nd Language), Marathi (3rd Language), Mathematics, Science, Social Science

Teaching –Learning

The school by and large follows the CBSE guidelines as is done for the secondary classes. NCF guidelines, CCE manuals, NCERT position papers, Health Manual and Life Skills manual are kept in mind while preparing and transacting curriculum. Teachers use a variety of methods to develop the concepts and make the subjects interesting for the children. The different labs of the school are used in doing practical work with the aim of developing skills and making the learning more authentic. Also children are taken on field trips for real world experience for learning.

Assessment and feedback

Keeping in tune with the CBSE guidelines, our assessments do not just test rote learning, they test understanding and application as well. Needless to say that while teaching great emphasis is laid on children’s understanding of concepts and their application in unfamiliar situations. At the beginning of the year the learning objectives for the whole year are listed and given to the children. Students who lag behind are given special help to catch up with the rest during the prep period.

Students are considered for promotion on the basis of their entire performance during the academic year. There are two formative assessments and one summative assessment each term. Formative assessments involve not just written papers but also other assessment tools like quiz, debate, presentations, seminars, assignments, projects, observations, etc. Summative assessments involve a computer based assessment and a written paper and covers only the topics covered in the term.

A comprehensive report is given to the parents at the end of each term which covers scholastic and co-scholastic areas in detail. The finer points are discussed with the parents of the children and suggestions are made on what needs to be done to improve, if necessary.

Credit System

Bringing out the best by motivating children is one of the important aspects of this school. Children are encouraged to do well in whatever they do. They are rewarded with stars based on their performance. Stars are given to encourage children to do well in academic and co-curricular activities. Depending on the stars received by hem they are given real stars for pinning up on their dress – white being the lowest and golden being the highest.

Secondary School

Overview

Classes 9 and 10 constitute the secondary school. This is the stage when children get prepared to take their first board exam at the end of the course. Thus this is an important stage in the development of a child especially in the cognitive area. Though there is the pressure of doing well in the Board examination there is no let up in the school activities for them. They play a major role in the various inter-house competitions and learn to take on responsibilities.

Learning Sessions

The school starts from the 1st of April and continues till the last week of March. Usually there is one long break from around the end of the third week of April to first week of June and two short breaks of about two weeks during Diwali and about 10 days during Christmas. Classes are held from Monday to Saturday except on second and fourth Saturdays and holidays declared in advance. Each period is of 40 minutes except for Saturdays when it is of 35 minutes duration.

8.00 am to 8.20 am – Assembly except on Saturdays. GK/Mental Ability test on Saturdays

8.20am to 1.30pm - classes (with breaks - 9.40 to 10.00am : breakfast, 11.20 to 11.30 : rest; lunch break : 1.30 to 2.00)

2.00pm - 3.00pm – Prep / Activities

3.00pm – 4.00pm –Activities / Prep / club activities on Friday

4.00pm – 5.00pm – Games

Subjects

English, Hindi –B (Second language), Mathematics, Science, Social Science

Teaching –Learning

The school by and large follows the CBSE guidelines as is done for the secondary classes. NCF guidelines, CCE manuals, NCERT position papers, Health Manual and Life Skills manual are kept in mind while preparing and transacting curriculum. In addition, the CBSE curriculum for the concerned year is followed. Teachers use a variety of methods to develop the concepts and make the subjects interesting for the children. The different labs of the school are used in doing practical work with the aim of developing skills and making the learning more concrete. There are activities to make the learning participative. Smart classes are used where a multimedia experience is required for understanding the concepts. Students are taken on field trips for a real world experience for learning.

Assessment and feedback

Assessments are made on a continuous basis and a written feedback is given to parents once a term. Parents are free to come and discuss their child on working days after taking an appointment with the teachers.

Keeping in tune with the CBSE guidelines, our assessments do not just test rote learning but understanding and application as well. Needless to say that while teaching great emphasis is laid on children’s understanding of concepts and their application in unfamiliar situations. At the beginning of the year the learning objectives for the whole year are listed and given to the children. Students who lag behind are given special help to catch up with the rest during the prep period.

Students are considered for promotion on the basis of their entire performance during the academic year. There are two formative assessments and one summative assessment each term. Formative assessments involve not just written papers but also other assessment tools like quiz, debate, presentations, seminars, assignments, projects, observations, etc. Summative assessment papers are set by CBSE but evaluated by the school teachers based on the marking scheme sent to the school by the board, except the second summative assessment of class 10, which a student has a choice of appearing in the school or at a CBSE designated centre.

Credit System

Bringing out the best by motivating children is one of the important aspects of this school. Children are encouraged to do well in whatever they do. They are rewarded with stars based on their performance. Stars are given to encourage children to do well in academic and co-curricular activities. Depending on the stars received by them they are given real stars for pinning up on their dress – white being the lowest and golden being the highest. The school awards a trophy to the best all-round student of class 10 mainly on the basis of the stars received by the students.

Senior Secondary

Overview

The school follows the CBSE curriculum at this level, which is a 2-year course, at the end of which the children have to appear for the AISSCE. The school offers both Science stream and Commerce stream. At this level children are honed to becomd leaders and take on more responsibilities.

Learning Sessions

The school starts from the 1st of April and continues till the last week of March. Usually there is one long break from around the end of the third week of April to first week of June and two short breaks of about two weeks during Diwali and about 10 days during Christmas. Classes are held from Monday to Saturday except on second and fourth Saturdays and holidays declared in advance. Each period is of 40 minutes except for Saturdays when it is of 35 minutes duration.

8.00 am to 8.20 am – Assembly except on Saturdays. GK/Mental Ability test on Saturdays

8.20am to 1.30pm – classes (with a break in between from 11.20 to 11.30; lunch break from 1.30 to 2.00)

2.00pm - 3.00pm – Prep / Activities

3.00pm – 4.00pm –Activities / Prep / club activities on Friday

4.00pm – 5.00pm – Games.

Subjects

Commerce Stream: English core, Economics, Accountancy, Business Studies, Mathematics

Science Steam: English core, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology/Computer Science

Teaching –Learning

The school follows the CBSE guidelines for the senior secondary classes. Teachers use a variety of methods to develop the concepts and make the subjects interesting for the children. The different labs of the school are used in doing practical work with the aim of developing skills and making the learning more concrete. There are activities to make the learning participative. Smart classes are used where a multimedia experience is required for understanding the concepts. Students are given a number of assignments for reinforcing concepts and making them proficient in the subject. Children are also taken on field trips for more authentic learning.

Assessment and feedback

Assessments are made on a continuous basis and a feedback is given to parents once a term. Parents are free to come and discuss their child on working days after taking an appointment with the teachers.

Keeping in tune with the CBSE guidelines, our examinations do not just test rote learning but understanding and application as well. Needless to say that while teaching great emphasis is laid on children’s understanding of concepts and their application in unfamiliar situations. Students who lag behind are given special help to catch up with the rest during the prep period.

There are periodic tests, half-yearly and annual examinations. The entire syllabus covered in the year will be included for the annual examination. Parents are given a feedback about the performance of their ward at the end of the half-yearly examinations, annual examination and the model examination. Promotion of class 11 students to class 12 will be decided on the basis of the performance as per the CBSE guidelines. Class 12 students will have to appear for a CBSE examination at the end of the academic year in March, which will cover only the topics learnt in class 12.

Credit System

Bringing out the best by motivating children is one of the important aspects of this school. Children are encouraged to do well in whatever they do. They are rewarded with stars based on their performance. Stars are given to encourage children to do well in academic and co-curricular activities. Depending on the stars received by hem they are given real stars for pinning up on their dress – white being the lowest and golden being the highest. The school awards a trophy for the best all-round student of class 12 on the Annual day by taking into account the number of stars awarded to the students.

Care and Guidance

Health Care

The school gives considerable importance to the health of the children of the school. The proactive measures include providing, safe drinking water, hygienically cooked nutritious food, physical activities starting from simple exercises to yoga and compulsory games for children of class 1 upward. Senior children are imparted adolescent education. Children are also educated about healthy living, drug abuse, safety, disaster management, etc.

A comprehensive medical check up is done once a year and parents are asked to follow up. The heights and weights are noted once a term. The school maintains a health record sheet for each child which also has information on drug allergies, blood group, etc. The school has facility for providing first aid and has contacts with a number of doctors for immediate treatment if necessary.

Guidance

The school has a counsellor who conducts training and counselling sessions for children. Adolescent Education Programme initiated by CBSE is given due importance and children, teachers and students are covered. Children with learning difficulties or other types of difficulties are given guidance by the counsellor. The students also appear for the test conducted by CBSE to know their strengths and weaknesses.

Activities

Scouts and Guides

The school has a Scouts and Guides programme for the children of classes 5 to 8. This activity is conducted on Saturdays. Children are provided with dress and other materials and learn about scouts and guides and carry out the prescribed activities. An evaluation of their understanding and performance is made at the end of each term and are given grades.

Inter-house competitions

There are a number of inter-house competitions which not only provide children an opportunity to build their co-curricular skills but develop house spirit. The range of activities from literary to games has helped in bringing out the best in children and to develop wholesome personality.

The following activities are organised as inter-house competitions:

Literary Activities: Hindi Recitation, English Recitation, PowerPoint presentation, Website design, Independence Day Quiz, English Debate, Hindi Debate, What's the good word, Extempore Speech, General Quiz

Creative Activities: Collage, Craft, Rangoli, Painting, sculpture

Games : Chess, Table Tennis, Badminton, Football, Kho-Kho, Judo, Skating, Basketball, Volleyball, throw ball, Athletics, Cricket

Club Activities

The has club activities for children of classes 8 to 12. Every child has to opt for one of the clubs listed below. These activities are a welcome break from the regular academic work and children look forward to this activity every Friday.

Nature Club, Science Club , Debating club, Quiz club, Dramatics Club, Cookery, Calligraphy, Music Club, Painting, Creative Computer Activities, Electronics Club , Dance, Mechanics, Sculpture, Photography, Bulletin & Magazine Club , Hindi Literary Club, Tie & dye, Library Club, Health and wellness Club

Sports and Games

Sports and games is an integral part of our school curriculum. We believe that Physical activity is as important as academics and life skills for all-round development. So the school has one hour of compulsory games every day (except Saturday) for all classes from 1 to 11. Games is optional for class 12.

To inculcate team-spirit inter-house and open tournaments are held in various games. The school has facility for the following sports and games:

Chess, Table Tennis, Badminton, Football, Kho-Kho, Judo, Skating, Basketball, Volleyball, throwball, Athletics, Cricket, Carrom, Swmming.

Quality Circle Time

This is an activity we have on Saturdays wherein students sit informally with the class teacher and other teachers and interact with each other by playing games, talking and discussing things. The aim of this activity is to develop a positive approach and develop good relationships within the school. Circle Time also helps in raising children's self-esteem and making then understand their role at home, in the school and the society at large.

In the Quality Circle Time children reflect on aspects of their lives and discuss moral and social issues and express with confidence their understanding of right and wrong and the sense of justice. Children learn to listen to others, to be tolerant of other viewpoints and to respect fellow classmates.

School Rules

Rules

The observance of rules of discipline and good behaviour shall be a condition essential to a student’s continuance in the school. Regarding what all constitutes good behaviour, the decision of the Principal will be final and binding on all students.

Uniform

1. It is compulsory for every student except the Nursery children to wear the following school uniform while attending classes and for school functions unless instructed otherwise: -

(a) Blue striped shirts common to all. Girls up to class 5 will wear navy blue pinafores whereas the boys up to class 5 will wear navy blue shorts. Both boys and girls of higher classes will wear navy blue trousers. (The cloth is available at select shops authorised by the school.)

(b) Black formal shoes, blue socks with white stripes (as specified by school available with the authorised dealers).

(c) No stylised hair dressing is permitted in school. Black ribbons/hair band/clips for girls. Hair should not be left loose; long hair should be pleated. Loose hair sticking out should be held by clips. Boys must have their hair neatly trimmed.

(d) School tie and prescribed belt (available at the school).

2. In addition to the above, students are to provide themselves with their respective house T-shirts, black short pants, school cap, white games shoes and blue socks. T-shirts, shorts are available with authorised outfitter of the school and caps are available in the school.

3. Students are not permitted to wear gold ornaments or valuables on their body and the school would not be responsible for their loss.

4. Students should come to the school with their nails trimmed and filed without nail polish on them. Tattoos and styling on body are not permitted.

5. In winter navy blue sweater / pullovers (classes 1 to 5) / blazers (classes 6 to 12) may be worn with the school uniform.

6. No headgear of any kind other than the school cap is permitted in the school premises except in the case of Sikh boys.

7. Students are expected to be dressed smartly and in clean clothes. Students who come to the school shabbily dressed or in improper uniform will not be allowed to attend classes.

8. Students of classes 1 to 3 are to come in games dress on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

9. Students of classes LKG to 5 may come in home clothes on their birthdays.

Forbidden Practices

No student shall indulge in any of the following practices:

(a) Disfiguring or otherwise damaging any school property. Those found guilty will be fined to compensate for the loss/damage.

(b) Smoking, chewing betel/tobacco/gutka in and around school premises.

(c) Any form of gambling.

(d) Use of drugs or intoxicants.

(e) Bullying, rowdyism or rude behaviour

(f) Use of violence in any form

(g) Practice of untouchability or advocating communalism, casteism, or any such social ills.

(h) Use of abusive language or obscene gestures.

(i) Misbehaviour with school authorities, teachers, visitors, guests, etc

(j) Moving to places not permitted by the school due to reasons of safety or confidentiality.

General

(a) It is important to wish and show respect to the teachers, school authorities, visitors and guests. When they enter the classroom they should get up and greet in unison.

(b) In the classroom children are to concentrate on their work and not talk or move about unless permitted or instructed.

(c) Children are not permitted to enter the staff room unless permitted by a teacher. Similarly entry into any other room other than the classrooms requires permission.

(d) No student is permitted to leave the class during class hours except with the permission of the teacher for urgent or serious reasons.

(e) All students must make it their concern to keep the school premises clean. All rubbish, paper, etc. must be thrown in the bins provided.

(f) No shouting, whistling, running wild is permitted in the classrooms or any part of the school building and premises. Students are also strictly warned against throwing anything at anyone or the use of foul and obscene language.

(g) No play equipment and toys and no books (such as magazines, comics etc.), other than school text and notebooks should be brought to school without permission of the school.

(h) Students should take care of their belongings. All personal items including sweaters, water bottles etc. should bear their names. Bringing costly and valuable items and cash is strictly prohibited.

(i) Students shall always greet their teachers, elders and friends and speak to one another in a polite manner.

(j) No student will be allowed to leave the school before cease work under any pretext except on production of a written request from the parent concerned and approval by the school.

(k) Students are to speak in English in the school at all times except during II & III language classes.

(l) Students are not to give any kind of gift to any teacher.

(m) Students of all classes are expected to be in their respective classrooms by the time the first bell of the school goes. If students are late to school they will be given three warning notices in a term after which they are liable to be sent home.

(n) Special care must be taken to see that silence is maintained during change of periods.

(o) When students have to move from one room/location to another they should move in a line or two lines as directed by the teacher and maintain perfect silence.

(p) Strict silence must be observed outside the Principal’s office, Staff room, in the Computer room, and in the Library.

(q) Prep rules put up in the classroom are to be followed. Students can discuss softly with classmates if there is a difficulty. They are not allowed to go to toilet during prep time.

(r) A student must get the diary signed by one of the parents daily. He/she should always carry the diary with him/her while going for an activity except while going for games.

(s) A student must always be conscious of his/her safety at all times and shall not anything that compromises his/her own safety or of others.

Forms of Disciplinary Measures

The following disciplinary measures may be adopted in case of breach of any of the school rules:

(a) Written Warning

(b) Imposition of fine.

(c) Rustication, which will mean that the student concerned, shall not attend school till the expiry of the period of rustication.

(d) Expulsion (Removal or dismissal), which will debar the student from being re-admitted to the school.