Recommendation to Parents
  • Though a school can do a lot for a child, it cannot do everything. Home is the place where a child gets his/her first education and training in citizenship. It is the chief place where character is formed and developed School education in deed promotes growth of personality and helps to discover and develop the qualities that are hidden in the children. In order to secure all that is best in the education of your child, maximum co-operation between the parents and the school authorities is necessary. The task of helping your children to become good citizens is done better through a kind of partnership between the school and the parents.
  • The school desires to have your co-operation and contact with the teachers of your children in order to develop an atmosphere that is conducive to better and more effective education. This hand book is one of the links which bridges the homes of the students and the school.
  • It will be an effective medium for parent-teacher contact.
  • We earnestly request the parents to look into this hand book everyday and see to it that the lesson and home work assignment for the next day are completed. The child should be encouraged to cultivate habitual cleanliness in all his / her work.
  • The teachers will communicate with you through this hand book. Your prompt attention to their remarks is very essential. Absence of your child from the class for attending social function is discouraged because it retards the child's progress and minimizes his/her respect for regular hard work. It is essential that the school should be informed when a child is detained at home.
  • Children who are ill should not be sent to school to attend class or to take tests as the chances are that it will aggravate the problem and hamper their studies. In case of illness application for leave must reach the school without delay.
  • Children should do their home-work by themselves. They should not be helped in it by parents or by tutors unless they really need it. It is important that the children develop a habits of studying and working on their own.
  • Criticism of a teacher should be avoided in the presence of the child because it undermines his/her respect for the teachers and the school. If you have a legitimate complaint, meet the Principal.
  • As your child advances in age, guide him/her to become a resourceful and useful person of the home, society and the country. Encourage self-help for work and study. She/he should be taught to keep his/her room tidy, make his/her own bed, polish his/her own shoes, carry his/her own bag etc. The formation of such habits early in a life inculcates in him/ her the idea of dignity of work, a fundamental personal virtues necessary for a successful career in life.
  • If a child lives with criticism, she/he learns to condemn.
  • If a child lives with hostility, she/he learns to fight.
  • If a child lives with fear, she/he learns to be apprehensive.
  • If a child lives with pity, she/he learns to feel sorry for her/ himself.
  • If a child lives with ridicule, she/he learns to be shy.
  • If a child lives with jealousy, she/he learns to feel guilty.
But
  • If a child lives with tolerance, she/he learns to be patient.
  • If a child lives with encouragement, she/he learns to be confident.
  • If a child lives with acceptance, she/he learn to love.
  • If a child lives with approval, she/he learn to like her/ himself.
  • If a child lives with security, she/he learns to have faith in her/himself and others.
  • If a child lives with friendliness, she/he learns that the world is a nice place.

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