GENERAL INFORMATION

Now days the school has become the most important agency for formal education but the home wields a powerful influence on children in molding their personalities. But teachers and parents are equally responsible for the education of the child, so maximum co-operation between the parents and the school authorities is desired to secure all that is best for the education of their wards. For this the diary is the best link between the teachers and the parents/ guardians. The parents are requested to go through it carefully and make a daily check of the home work given to the child and done by him/her by signing the diary at the appropriate place. They are also requested to offer their suggestions on the pages meant for the purpose. It is hoped that parents will extend their full co-operation in this joint venture of educating the young ones.

In order to secure all that is best in the education of your children the maximum co-operation between parents and the school Authorities is desired. We earnestly recommend that parents or guardians should look into their children's school dairies or hand book every day and see to it that the lessons and home work assigned for the next day are done neatly. Children should be encouraged to cultivate the habit of neatness and all slovenliness should be firmly disapproved. The school calendar or other circulars whenever issued are to be regularly checked & signed by you from time to time. If you feel that your children are not making the desired progress., the Principal should be contacted. Private tuitions are strongly discouraged. If there is a real need of a private tutor make sure after consulting with the Principal, that you engage one who is familiar with the methods adopted in this school. All Private tuitions are for the full session and not to be taken on a temporary basis. Criticism of your children's teacher or school in their presence should be avoided, because it causes them to lose their respect for the teachers with a consequent failure to learn from the teacher. If you have legitimate complaint, see the Principal early to sort out the matter. Encourage your ward to become useful members of society. Encourage self- help and study. They should be taught to keep their house, notebooks, books and clothes neat and tidy. They should polish their own shoes and be habitual to do their work with their own hands.