Recomendations To Gaurdians

In order to secure all that is best in the education of a child, maximum cooperation between its parents and the school authorities is necessary. We earnestly recommend that parents or guardians look into their children’s school diary every day, and see to it that the lessons and home work assigned for the day are done. The child should be encouraged to cultivate neatness habitually, and all slovenliness should be firmly disapproved of. Remarks made in the diary should be seen and countersigned regularly.

Should you feel that your child does not make the desired progress, kindly contact the Principal/Headmaster/Prep Director. Private tutions are not permitted. If there be real need for help, arrange for remedial class through the Principal. Criticism of a child’s teacher and the school in the presence of the student should be avoided, because it causes the child to lose respect for the teacher, with the consequent failure to learn from him/her. Should you have a legitimate complaint, see the Principal, without fear of reprisal.

As your child advances in age, guide him/her to become a resourceful member of home and country. Encourage self-help for work and study. Children should be taught to keep their room tidy, make their own bed, polish their own shoes, carry their own bag, etc. The formation of such habits early in life inculcates in them the idea of the dignity of work, a fundamental personal virtue necessary for a successful career in life.

Withdrawal of your child from classes for mere social functions is not recommended because it retards the child’s progress in school and minimizes his/her respect for regular hard work, with consequent failure of progress in his/her studies.