Students are required to follow all the following rules & regulation in school
We try to create in Saraswati Convent School, a place where
(A)people are safe and secure
(B)people love and take care of themselves and each other
(C)healthy people work, play and rest
(D)people protect the environment and create beauty
(E)and where people are gifted and succeed in thinking and learning. So we expect the children
(F)to treat other people, buildings and property with respect
(G)To speak quietly
(H)To avoid negative physical contact
(I)To walk rather than run and
(J)To avoid teasing.
The following rules will help us in creating a just community for all who are involved in the School
Children should present a neat appearance at all times. The school uniform must be worn with dignity for all classes and school functions. A student who is not properly dressed may be excluded from the classroom.
A)Mufflers are not allowed in school.
B)Long nails, nail polish, jewellery items or bringing expensive articles to school are strictly prohibited.
C)Use of hair gels, dyes, tattoos, 'kajal' or such materials will lead to disciplinary measures. Boys must keep their hair short, trimmed and combed. Girl's hair must be worn in two plaits. Girls should not trim their hair short except for serious health reasons advised by a doctor.
Since the students are to conduct themselves as gentlemen / ladies at all times, there should be no running, shouting, pushing, playing of games, or throwing of objects in the school buildings. Students learn a sense of responsibility by caring for their own possessions and school property.
(A)The school cannot be responsible for articles lost. Students should not bring costly things to school.
(B)Students must not scratch or mark the school desks or deface school property in any way. Any damage done to school property will have to be made good by the one who does it. Any wilful damage will be further punished by a suitable penalty. Any damage done or noticed should be reported at once to the Vice-Principal.
Students should remember that their conduct both inside and outside of school determines the reputation of the school. When students go out on any school outing, they are to follow whatever instructions the prefect in charge gives about places they must visit, staying together, when and how they are to return, etc.
MANJOT SINGH MAHI
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