anandvidyavihar@yahoo.co.in +91 (265)-2399541

General Guidelines

Home is the first learning ground for a child where the foundation for most attitudes and perspectives is laid. Then comes the school which plays an integral part in imparting academic knowledge, instilling the right values in addition to providing an enriching atmosphere for the next generation. But neither can replace the other.

Several studies have revealed that when the two work together there is a greater possibility of producing balanced individuals. It is going to be our constant endeavour to provide an environment where maximum learning takes place with minimum pressure on the child. For this we would require the constant support of parents, as many a time we may deviate from the conventional and traditional methods of teaching. But all along our focus will be on enhancing comprehension and developing the ability to reason. The parents are expected to study the code of conduct for students carefully and ensure that the rules and regulations are followed strictly by the child.

It is also very important that

  • Parents send children for all field trips.
  • Parents ensure that fees is paid as per the given schedule
  • Children must use the note-books prescribed by the school.
  • Normally pupils will not be allowed to leave school in the course of the day. In an emergency, permission from the Principal is required.
  • Absence from School even for 1 or 2 days should be explained in the appropriate column of the school diary.
  • If a pupil is absent for more than three days on account of illness, a Medical Certificate should be forwarded to the school.
  • A pupil suffering from a contagious disease or illness like chicken pox, mumps, measles or influenza, is not to be sent to school till the quarantine period is over.
  • A pupil suffering from a contagious disease or illness like chicken pox, mumps, measles or influenza, is not to be sent to school till the quarantine period is over.
  • Parents of pupils (especially those newly admitted) ensure that identification cards are worn and looked after. Parents are requested to check the school diary regularly and to personally acknowledge the receipt of circulars. Private Tuitions: As a school we are not supportive of private tuitions. However, remedial, interventional measures are adopted or suggested by the school for those children needing extra help for a definite period until they are at par with their class.
 

PARENT-TEACHER INTERACTION

Believing implicitly that parents and teachers are partners in the educational process, the school invites parents to interact with the school in the following ways :

  • Using the pupil's diary as a communication link
  • Attending Parent - Teacher Meetings which provide a venue for a better understanding of the child.
  • By attending school functions.
  • By meeting the Principal / Teachers whenever necessary.
 

BICYCLE AND TWO WHEELER RULES

  • Students are allowed to ride their bicycles safely to and from school but only with parents' consent (consent form to be filled).
  • ALL BICYCLES MUST BE PARKED AND LOCKED PROPERLY.
  • ONLY students of Classes XI & XII with valid driving licences and consent from parents may be allowed to come to school on bikes. Wearing of helmet for such students is mandatory.
 

GENERAL RULES / DRESS CODE

  • All students must be dressed in school attire and look smart at all times. Failure to comply with this, will result in the child being sent home.
  • Adherence to the student dress code is mandatory unless the Principal designates a special day or occasion to promote school spirit and / or improve school climate.
  • Children can come in casual dress only on their birthdays or on days specified by the teachers. No gifts / return gifts to be exchanged in the school. As a part of celebration the family may visit school with a sapling which may be planted in school compound.
  • With regular school uniform, students must wear black leather shoes (Bata) with laces for boys and with buckles for girls.
  • Regular School Uniform to be worn on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Saturday.
  • P.T. Uniform on Tuesday and Friday.
  • With P.T. Uniform students (boys & girls) must wear white canvas shoes (Bata).
  • School tie must be properly worn only in winter (November to February).
  • The shirt must be neatly tucked into the waistband of the skirt/pant with school belt showing.
  • The skirt/pant must be worn on the waist and not below.
  • Socks should be neatly pulled up and visible (not tucked into the shoes).
  • Shoes must be polished, uniform properly ironed and starched to ensure a crisp look at all times.
  • Slips and vests are compulsory for girls/boys of all classes.
  • Cycling shorts to be worn under skirts
  • Students must keep nails trimmed and clean
  • No religious symbols to be visibly worn.
  • Extreme hairstyles in terms of colour or cut are not permitted.
  • Coloured lenses are not permitted.
  • Applying Kohl (Kaajal) on eyes is strictly disallowed.
  • Girls with long hair must plait it and tie simple black rubber bands. Girls with short hair must pin back hair neatly with simple black hair pins.
  • No jewellery or ornaments (other than one pair of small earring) are permitted to be worn in school.
  • Special permission is required for applying henna on the hands.
  • Chewing gum is not allowed and may result in detention.
  • No outside food or beverages are allowed in the school campus.
  • Gadgets like cellular phone, or cameras are not allowed. These will be permanently confiscated if found in possession anytime.