If you are a user of internet based social/community media or social networking sites, posting any objectionable comments / photos / videos of the fellow students, teachers or other school staff members will be punishable.
Be punctual to all classes and school events.
Help in keeping your classroom and school campus neat and clean.
Never bring valuable articles, mobile phones, gadgets, jewellery or cash to the school.
Don’t damage classroom properties, computer systems, lab or sports equipments.
Converse only in English in the school.
Bring school diary regularly. Students should follow the class rules.
Should talk politely to teachers, visitors and others.
Students should not use nick-names to call fellow students.
Not to indulge in teasing or bullying the fellow students.
Take part in all the activities of the House that you represent.
Set a goal at the beginning of the academic year and work hard to achieve it.
No student should tear any page from the diary or from any note book or the text book.
Your child’s School Diary is an important publication of the school which outlines the school’s philosophy and work culture. It serves as a means of communication and interaction between parents and teachers. Therefore, the effective use of the cliary lies in the participation and co-operation of the parents on a daily basis. And thus, we together shall make them walk as children of light.
What Parents Can Do?
Please read the contents of the diary carefully.
Please check the diary from time to time in order to monitor the performance of your child and contribute in our efforts to achieve the set goals and objectives.
No student is permitted to drive auto, two wheelers or a four wheeled vehicle to school or to any school activity.
Parents / Visitors are not permitted to meet children during school hours.
Children will not be handed over to anyone without the authorization letter of parents.
Ensure that the diary is carried by your child to the school every day.
Check the diary for any entries from the school, also use the diary for communicating with the school.
Sign all the notes sent by the school regularly.
Become acquainted with your child’s teachers and try to build a positive collaboration with them, so as to ensure the best possible education for your children.
Respect your child as an individual and avoid making comparisons with other children.
Control what your child watches on Internet/TV and video on mobiles phones.
Speak politely to your child and be your child’s best friend.
Parents who prefer paying fee online may login through https://shism.campuscare.info using your Parent-login user name and password. For any assistance for online payment, mail at : firstname.lastname@example.org or contact school office over phone.
The school fee has to be remitted through Union Bank, Marthandam.
Before every due date (i.e., on or before 10th of the month) School Fee Challan is issued to your through the students. In case you don’t get the Challan, forward your request through your child’s diary or you could collect it from the school Admin office.
You are requested to remit the school fee as per the due date and keep the bank receipts with you for records and future reference