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rules
RULES & REGULATIONS
GENERAL RULES
  • Children are expected to behave in a gentle manner both in and outside the school campus with due honour to the school. Students are reminded to address all members of the staff (teaching and non-teaching) with due respect and politeness on their way to and from school.
  • All students are required to know the National Anthem and the School song. Proper respect must also be shown to the School tie.
  • Any change of address should be notified immediately.
  • All communications should be addressed to The Principal, St. Paul''''s Mission School, 5 Scott Lane, Kolkata - 700009.
  • It is compulsory for a student to have the school calendar which must be brought to school daily. Parents / Guardians are requested to please check for entries regarding work being done in school and lessons set for Homework. Likewise Parents / Guardians may also make full use of the pages allotted for communicating with the school.                                        PRIVATE TUITION
  • As per the directive from The Secretary, Diocesan Board of Education (Diocese of Calcutta, Church of North India) teachers are NOT permitted to take private tuition. Hence, no child may take private tuition from a teacher employed at St. Paul''''s Mission School. Parents are not to request or encourage teachers to do the same.
ATTENDANCE
  • Students who have been absent from class for more than two days must bring their parents to explain their absence. Reasons of a private nature may be intimated by a letter.
  • Students absenting on medical grounds must produce a fitness certificate on rejoining school. Infectious diseases like chicken pox, measles, mumps etc. must complete the required quarantine period.
  • Students absenting on medical grounds must produce a fitness certificate on rejoining school. Infectious diseases like chicken pox, measles, mumps etc. must complete the required quarantine period.
  • It is compulsory for students to attend school functions like Sports Day, Founder''''s Day etc. Action will be taken against those failing to do so.
  • Parents are to ensure that their wards attend school regularly. Irregular attendance will be taken note of and students with less than 75% attendance (in class IX and XI) will not be considered for promotion.
  • Class IX and X: Reference should be made to Regulations and Syllabi for the ICSE March 2015 Examination, page 2, point D.
  • Class XI and XII: Reference should be made to Regulations and Syllabi for the ISC March 2015 Examination, page 3, point D.
  • A minimum of 75% attendance is mandatory during the course of an academic year. This is in accordance with the criteria laid down in the Regulations & Syllabus of the CISCE.
DISCIPLINE
  • Any student guilty of indiscipline will be given only two warnings in the form of suspension. Thereafter, his/her name will be struck of the school rolls.
  • The word indiscipline should read as playing truant, habitual late coming, disobedience, objectionable behavior, deliberate and willful damage to school property and use of unfair means during examinations. Students are also cautioned against loitering aimlessly outside the school in school uniform or indulging in activities like group fighting, use of abusive language, etc. which are detrimental to the reputation of the school.
  • Students are to speak in English in the school campus. Any student found speaking in any other language is liable to be brought to task and dealt with seriously.
    CDs, DVDs, books, periodicals, newspapers of objectionable nature are not to be brought to school or exchanged either in campus or in the vicinity of the school. Seizure of the above mentioned items will lead to suspension of the students concerned.
  • Any attempt to use unfair means by a student during an examination will entail the student being awarded zero in the paper. A student caught twice will be given a transfer certificate.
  • Students are not permitted to bring mobile phones to school. The same if seized will be confiscated for good.
WITHDRAWAL
  • Before withdrawing a student from the school, a months notice is to be given along with one months fees.
  • No Transfer Certificate will be issued until all dues of the school are cleared.
  • Any pupil failing two years in succession in the same class will be considered as withdrawn from the school and the name will not appear on the class rolls.
  • Pupils whose fees are overdue for three months will be debarred from sitting for the examinations and are liable to have their names struck of the rolls.


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