How to Conduct Yourself
- Let there be grace and sense of purpose in your work and movement.
- Be regular in morning assembly. Be quiet and take active part in its conduction.
- Take care of your things. Don't lose them.
- Follow-up the corrections and suggestions by the teachers
- Extend your help in keeping the class-room and the school campus clean. Don't scatter bits of paper on the floor. Should you find any, remove them. Neither spoil the walls nor damage the school furniture and other properties. They are yours and you have to pass them on to your younger brothers and sisters. Report any damage or losses immediately to the class teacher or the Principal. Any damage to the school property by the person responsible must be compensated.
- When going out of the class when the school is in the session, take class pass.
- Be a regular scholar. Come to school in clean and tidy school uniform.
- While moving from one class to other take care not to disturb other classes. Always move in a line.
- Bring the prescribed text books and copies only.
- Don't loiter about the corridor while the school is in session.
- Should you find anything belonging to school or any other student, deposit it in the office.
- Don't do anything that is derogatory to self-respect.
- Your work and conduct should be such that brings a good name to the school.
- Read newspapers and magazines regularly. Don't mark, underline or annotate them.
- Carry out the instruction of class-monitor, house-leader and school prefects.
- Be an active participant in every school activity.
- Enter Home-assignment in your school calendar regularly and do the work regularly.