Neat haircuts, preferably crew cuts
Girls should plait their hair if below shoulders; short hair should be neatly cut and pinned. Only white hair bands, white pins, and ribbons should be worn. Fancy hairpins should not be worn.
Clipped short, no nail paint or nail art
Usage of kajal, henna (Mehendi), lip gloss, etc. are discouraged
ACCESSORIES AND EMBELLISHMENTS
No bracelets, chains or fancy watches
NO JEWELLERY – parents to ensure that GOLD is to be avoided. No bracelets, charms or chains are permitted
REGULARITY: Students are expected to be regular to school. A minimum of 75% attendance is mandatory before each assessment. Books, copies, test copies should be brought to class as per the time-table, failing which the student may not be allowed to attend class.
LEAVES: The students taking leave(s) must bring the Leave Performa duly filled and signed only by their parents/registered guardians stating the reason for the leave.
For more than a three-day leave, it is mandatory to get the leave sanctioned in advance, failing which the student may be issued a discipline card. However, in case of an emergency, the school may be informed on the phone or a message be sent with a known person.
GREETING TEACHERS AND GUESTS: Students must greet guests of the school and their teachers with grace and courtesy.
BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS: Students are discouraged to bring expensive chocolates, candies or gifts for staff and students.
BULLYING: We follows a policy of zero tolerance for bullying, verbal or physical abuse, dishonest practices, obscenity in terms of speech and gesturing. Any scholar found guilty of any of the above, will face the strictest disciplinary action, which may amount to suspension OR expulsion from the School.
DAMAGE TO SCHOOL PROPERTY: The school has done its very best to create a culture and environment conducive to the growth and progress of the students, it would therefore be considered a case of gross indiscipline if any damage to the property takes place. The guilty party will have to provide a written statement of why the person(s) indulged in defacing the school’s property, strict disciplinary action against the person(s) will be meted out.
MOBILE PHONES & ELECTRONIC GADGETS: Mobile phones and other electronic gadgets are strictly prohibited. Surprise checks will be carried out, and disciplinary action will be taken against the defaulters. Mobile phones/ electronic gadgets once confiscated will not be returned.
MONEY: Students are discouraged to carry cash for any reason. Any cash carried should be accompanied by a diary note by the parent stating the reason.
BEHAVIOUR WHILE TRANSIT: Bullying, use of offensive/foul language, demanding unscheduled stops, harassing the school appointed helpers, etc. will not be tolerated and will call for the strictest disciplinary action. Students are also strictly forbidden to purchase any eatables from vendors around the school premises.
LANGUAGE: Every child must try and communicate in English. Students and parents are expected to be polite and respectful in their conversation with the Principal/teacher. The school holds the right to take stern action if the student/parent is found using foul languages or indulging in defamatory activities against the school.
PARENTS: Parents are requested to work hand in hand with the school management in its endeavour, to help their children progress, paying attention to their regularity, punctuality, and discipline. Kindly look into the student’s school diary regularly and countersign any remark by the teacher or Principal. Also kindly to attend all Parents – teacher meetings as organized. Considering that Central Academy is an Anger free zone (Circular no. CBSE/SECY/2019-2020) parents are requested to maintain decorum while in and around the school. The use of cell phones in the school premises is strictly prohibited.
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