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  • NOTICE Consequences for not applying for Informed Leave Absence The school has specially designed a system for the students for intimating the school of their absence which is known as "Informed Leave Absence". A student is expected to maintain the desired percentage of attendance ranging between 75% to 80% in each academic session (depending on the class) failing which he/she is liable to be dealt with as per school rules given in the school Diary. After having been absent if the system reflects “A” i.e. Absent even after 3 days of Absence it shows that student has not applied for Informed absence. Some of Consequences of “A” being reflected in the system are given below:- 1. The student will be classified as disregarding the school rules/regulations repeatedly. 2. The school authorities have the right to treat it as a case of gross indiscipline. 3. Such irresponsible / in disciplined conduct coupled with a subsequent attempt at claiming the leave on medical grounds, as afterthought, shall not be entertained. Relevant rules as applicable may be applied on the student. 4. Such slipshod approach of a child would reflect his lack of interest in academics. This is a very serious issue and be noted accordingly by all. Brij Bhushan Singh Headmaster
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Break Detention

 

A System for Improvement in Self Discipline

 

A system of Break detention is effective in the school. Students involved in breach of discipline will be asked by the concerned teacher to write an essay on the indicated topic on the format given overleaf. The essay will be written during the break in the 1st Floor Language Room, Supervised by two prefects detailed by the Head Boy and Head Girl on a roster basis. The student will be expected to come to the room within five minutes of break bell along with his / her tiffin. The student will have his / her tiffin while completing the essay. At the end of the break the Prefect on duty will draw a line where the essay ends and sign the date. In case the essay is incomplete the same will be completed next day during the break. Once completed the student will get the same signed by the parent / guardian and submit to the teacher who asked him / her to write the essay.

STUDENT DISCIPLINE ESSAY BREAK DETENTION

 

STUDENT :.............................................................................. DATE :...................................................

ISSUED BY.............................................................................................................................................

ESSAY DUE...................................................... I want a short essay telling me why you should not do the

following:

Push / Yell / Argue Harass / Throw items / Fight / Use Slang / Annoy Others / shows Disrespect / Make Noise / Other misdemeanors.

There is no assigned length to the essay, however it has to be well thought out, appropriate, and in a sentence, paragraph form.

Remember to include:

Who, what, when where, why and how

Date your Paper.

Name must be on paper

Parent Signature is required on the complete essay Parental comments are welcomed.

 

Student's Signature                                   Teacher's Signature (issued by after correction)

 

Parent's Signature                                     Break Detention Duty Prefect's Signature with Date

To be sent to the Class Teacher for filling in the Class Discipline File

START YOUR ESSAY BELOW THIS AND CONTINUE ON THE REVERSE

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Brij Bhushan Singh Headmaster
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