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Students violating any of the rules are subject to disciplinary action

In Alphonsa School, friendly advice and admonitions coupled with firmness, take the place of corporal punishment. Hence students are advised to comply with the rules and regulations of your school with great love and diligence for your own welfare.

  • Students should arrive at the school at least 15 mins before the assembly. Soon after the assembly bell, the school gate will be locked and the late comers will be asked to go home at the risk of the parents/guardians.

  • Every student should bring with him/her daily the school diary. Parents are informed that occasional reports from the teachers is sent through the Diary/SMS to their mobile number. They should check the school diary of their ward daily.

  • Care must be taken for all school property and no student should scratch or spoil the desks or benches or damage any school furniture, write or draw anything on the walls, or in any way damage things belonging to others. Damage done even by accident should be reported at once to the appropriate authority. Any damage done will be made good by the one who does it.

  • Students are equally responsible for looking after the property of their respective class.

  • Pupils are responsible to the school authorities not only for their conduct in the school but also for their general behaviour outside. Any report of objectionable conduct out of the school on the part of the pupils make them liable to disciplinary action.

  • No pupil may leave the school premises without the permission of the principal during the school hours.

  • Every pupil attending the school obliged to take part in games and all school activities.

  • All are expected to speak English in the school premises. Students who use vernacular language in the school campus will be fined Rs. 100/-

  • Students are responsible for the custody of their books and belongings. The school will not be responsible for any loss or damage done to them.

  • No gifts to the members of the staff will be allowed without the permission of the principal.

  • Silence must be observed in the school premises during class hours.

  • Fine may be imposed by the principal for breaches against regularity or discipline.

  • Students should treat others respectfully and are responsible for others' good name. Calling nicknames, spreading rumors etc are strictly forbidden.

  • Buying and eating from vendors and from shops when children are destined for school are strictly forbidden.

  • A clean and neat uniform must be worn at all times. Pupils in dirty or untidy uniforms may not be allowed to attend classes.

  • All students are expected to bring the Tiffin with them. fast food item/Junk food are strictly forbidden in the school.

  • Pupils are not allowed to attend school when sick and/or suffering from an infectious disease. Any pupil found appearing for class work/test with an infectious disease will have his/her class work/test cancelled.

  • Pupils are required to address their teachers and all other teaching and non-teaching staff with due respect and politeness. They are expected to behave always in proper manner, befitting the dignity of the school.

  • Pupils must complete their homework regularly and submit the same to the teacher, when they are asked, failing to do so will be asked to stay back after class to complete and submit their work.

  • No book, periodical or newspaper of any objectionable nature shall be brought to school.

  • Any change in the pupil's profile, including the change in the address, phone no. etc should immediately be informed in writing. For change in address, the application must be signed by both the parents/guardians.

  • No programme or party is to be arranged in School without prior permission of the authorities.



Into world of Knowledge

All students of Std VI-X may borrow books from the library.
Strict silence shall be observed in the library and the reading room.
Students who keep books longer than the time permitted will be fined Rs. 10/- per day.
The attention of the teachers/librarian should be drawn to damage of books about to be borrowed.
Each pupil is entitled to take out on loan one book at a time and keep the same for two weeks. Dictionaries, guides and other costly reference books shall not be lent out.
Issuance of books may at any time be suspended by order of the principal.
All books taken from the library should be returned two weeks before the examinations.



We learn from our elders

  • We do not recommend that parents engage private, tutors unnecessarily, We strongly discourage tuition since this may prove harmful to the real progress of the pupil and parents are to seek Principal's permission to engage the school teachers for private tuition.

  • If the parents have grievance against any of the teachers, they are advised to meet the Principal and settle the matter amicably.

  • As your child advances in age guide him/her to become a resourceful member of home and country. Children should be taught to keep their room tidy, make their own bed, polish their own shoes, carry their own bags etc.

  • The formation of such habits early in life inculcates in them the idea of the dignity of work which is necessary for 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 to progress in his/her studies.

  • In order to secure all that is best in the education of the child, maximum co-operation between the parents and school authorities is necessary. We earnestly recommend that parents or guardian's look into their school diary every day. Remarks made in the diary should be seen and countersigned regularly.

  • If you feel that your child does not make the desired progress, the Principal should be contacted.

  • Parents and guardians are not allowed to see their children or interview teachers during school hours without the permission of the principal.

  • Criticism of a child's teacher and the school in his/her presence should be avoided because it causes the child to lose his/her respect for their teachers, with the consequent failure to learn from his or her mistakes.

  • Special emphasis is given ti inculcate a high degree of discipline amongst the pupils. Any kind of disobedience or objectionable behaviour may result in the removal of the pupil from the School.

  • Strict action may be taken if School property, including library book, is willfully damaged or destroyed. In such cases, a heavy fine may also be imposed.

  • Use of unfair means in any test/exam will result in the annulment of one's entire term result. A pupil who renders unfair assistance to another, will be equally liable for punishment.

  • A friendly attitude is to be maintained with the classmates. Strict disciplinary action, like suspension, may be taken against any pupil who fights with other pupils and causes injury to them. Pupil injurious to the moral tone of the School may have to be withdrawn.

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