GENERAL RULES OF KEMS

All Students must attend the school on reopening day.

Students should be regular in attending the School. Parents/Guardians are requested to extend their full co-operation to the school authorities in ensuring punctuality to their wards.

When a Student is absent, a letter from the Parent or Guardian explaining the reasons must be produced on the next working day itself.

A student absent for more than 2 days due to illness must produce doctor’s certificate when he / she returns to school. Otherwise he / she will not be permitted to resume his classes.

Parents / Guardians who want to take their children out of Station during the middle and end of the session should consult School authority with valid reason, prior to it.

Parents / Guardians are not permitted to see their wards or teachers in classrooms during school hours.

Students are fully responsible of their belongings, hence it is to avoid carrying valuable articles, ornaments, electronic & electrical devices like walkman, i-pod, mobile phones, CD, Pen drives, Laptop and if found any such will be confiscated.

Students are expected to show gentlemanly behaviour by addressing their teachers and all the members of the staff with due respect and by behaving in a respectable manner on their way to and from school. Irregular attendance, habitual illness disobedience, misbehaviour, and indiscipline are the sufficient proof to expel the student from availing the school bus and from the roll.

Parents / Guardians are requested to ensure that the children carry out assigned home work regularly and send their children with full uniform neat and clean. Avoid to wear faded uniforms.

Students are strictly advised to speak in English in the school campus and in the school bus, in order to acquire a greater proficiency in the study of English and for better performance at school as the medium of instruction is English.

Parents are particularly requested to sign the test papers when requested, failure to do this may bring the children to great inconvenience.

All children should be particularly careful not to throw any paper pieces and other things on the floor of the school buildings or in the compound or school garden. The dustbins should be used for that purpose.

Children should bring the note books, text books according to the time table everyday. Home work and class notes must be upto date.

No student should physically harm or abuse fellow students.

No student is allowed to bring any colour or to throw on any person with in the school premises during the holi season, any child found in possession of colour in the school premises will be liable to disciplinary action, similarly if colour is thrown on the school property / walls, the repair bills for that would be borne by the parents of the concerned student.

No student is allowed to bring any kind of crackers to the school. Any child found in possession of fire crackers in the school or bursting fire crackers with in the school premises shall be dismissed from the school. No re-admission shall be granted.

a). Students must take proper care of their books and other personal belongings. The school in no way holds responsibility for the loss of any of their articles / money.

b). Students should treat school property as their own and must not misuse or damage them, if damage is done to the school property, the school may charge a fine for the same and take disciplinary action.

c). No students shall scratch or spoil the desks or chairs or damage any school furniture, write or draw anything on the walls. Offenders must pay adequate compensation for damage caused to any property of the school.

It is a matter of deep concern that parents send children suffering from infectious ailments to attend classes or examinations. Such conduct could result in an epidemic outbreak in the entire school. At the first sign of rash/fever, the child should be medically examined and sent to school only on the advice of a doctor. After recovery from an infectious ailment, a child should remain at home for a period of quarantine as advised by a doctor. On return to school, a medical fitness certificate, duly signed by a doctor, should be submitted to the Principal.

The students are divided into four houses which are headed by Captains and Vice-Captains who take their guidance from the House Masters. Inter House competition are organized in various cultural and co-curricular activities. The House System fosters a spirit of Co-operation and healthy competition.

The Student Council consists of the Head Boy, Head Girl, House Captains, Vice Captains and perfects. It functions under the guidance of a Co-ordinator and four House Masters. The council meets once in a month to organize, analyze and put into action the various school activities. It also helps in maintaining discipline.

These magazines, which are in the form of visual displays on prominent bulletin boards in the school, are meant specifically to keep the students informed on subjects of tropical interest. Preparation for these magazines entails a great deal of research and involves the students in useful and productive activity which gives them not only an awareness of vital issues, thereby increasing their general knowledge, but educates them in different forms of art and craft and develops in them an aesthetic sense.

1) After the assembly, students should enter their respective classes and must maintain complete silence.

2) During change of classes or while going from one class to another perfect silence and line must be maintained.

3) During class hours, student must avoid talking on the corridor especially while passing by a class room.

Library books are issued to students regularly. Books can be borrowed for a period of 15 days. This period could be extended after renewal for another period of 10 days. If they fail to return the books in time on the specified day, a fine of Rs. 10/- (Rupees ten only) must be paid by the defaulters. For any loss of library books the cost of the book must be paid or a new book must be purchased for replacement. Complete silence should be maintained in the library.

1.Parents are requested to pay attention to their children’s regularity, discipline and neatness and take interest in their children’s work.

2.Parents should see the children’s school diary everyday and note the home work set and any other instructions given. They should ensure that sufficient time is set apart for home study.

3.Parents are not permitted to walk into the class-rooms or meet the teachers during school hours.

4.Circulars or invitations sent through the children should be acknowledged on the relevant page in the school diary.

5.Parents should use the “Leave Record” form in the diary when applying for leave or explaining the absence of their children.

6.Parents-teachers meeting held in the school (as per dates given) should be attended regularly. These meetings are held to discuss the performances and progress of the children and will give parents an opportunity to learn about their child’s development and also help the teachers to give their best towards the overall improvement of the child.

7.The Report Book given on the result day have to be collected by the students accompanied with the parents.

8.No tuition fees or bus fees will be refunded by the school authorities even if a student attends class for one day and is subsequently withdrawn from the school.

9.Parents are requested to update the details of fees (session fee, Tuition fee & bus fee) before 20th of every month in this diary (Page 169 & 170).

10. School Campus is a No Smoking Zone. Therefore, do not come to school chewing pan, tobacco or under the influence of alcohol.

1).Nursery, KG-I & KG-II

    Boys
  • Light Blue shorts.
  • Half sleeves Shirt (Checked with Blue and White Stripes)
  • Black Shoe with Navy blue Socks
  • Tie-Light Blue
    Girls
  • A Light blue Frock type Skirt without sleeves
  • Half Sleeves Shirt (Checked with Blue and White Stripes)
  • Black Shoe with Navy blue Socks
  • Tie-Light Blue

2.Class I to V

    Boys
  • Light Blue shorts.
  • Half sleeves Shirt (Checked with Blue and White Stripes)
  • Black Shoe with Navy blue Socks
    Girls
  • A Light blue Frock type Skirt without sleeves
  • Half Sleeves Shirt (Checked with Blue and White Stripes)
  • Black Shoe with Navy blue Socks
  • Ribbon - Light Blue

Class VI to XII

    Boys
  • Full Pant in Light Blue
  • Half Sleeves Shirt (Checked with Blue and White Stripes)
  • Black Shoe with Navy blue Socks
    Girls
  • Light blue Salwar
  • Checked white and blue Kameez, Sleeves till the elbow
  • Black Shoe with Navy blue Socks
  • Over Coat : Light Blue
  • Ribbon : Light Blue

Note:Wednesday - White uniform with Blue tie. - White shoe with white socks.

8.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.

VISITING HOURS

Principal : 01-00 p.m. to 2-00 p.m. on all working days

Vice Principal : 01-00 p.m. to 2-00 p.m. on all working days

Head Mistress : 01-00 p.m. to 2-00 p.m. on all working days

Teachers : Only when specified

• No school business will be transacted on school holidays.

• Its compulsory for all the students travelling by school bus to disembark in the pick-up-point [bus stop] itself.

Note : The students travelling to school by own private vehicles are expected to be in the school campus before 15 minutes earlier. A student who comes late regularly will be sent back home otherwise fine will be imposed.

DAILY LUNCH Students have to bring their lunch daily with them. No one will be permitted to go out for lunch. Fast food items should be avoided. SCHOOL TIMING : 1. Class – VI to Class XII : 7.30 a.m. to 01.30 p.m. 2. Class – I to Class V : 8.15 a.m to 02.15 p.m. 3. Pre-Primary, Nursery & KG-I : 8.15 a.m to 11.15 a.m. 4. KG-II : 8.15 a.m to 01.15 p.m. NOTE: Pre-Primary classes will have holiday on every Saturday and on last working day of every month.