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The children should behave in a friendly manner in and out of school. Cruelty to animals or plants and discourtesy to fellow human beings should be avoided at all costs as it is un-gentlemanly & un-lady like. Children should always be “fair” at play.

Helpful Attitude

Children should develop a helpful attitude towards all those around them, teachers, fellow-students in the same class as well as younger brothers & sisters in the lower classes. This should also be reflected at home and at school gatherings.

Respect for the Truth

No matter what the cost they should learn to uphold the truth. They should have the courage to say “NO” to temptation especially when they know that it is wrong.

Respect For Elders

They should stand up and greet elders i.e. teachers, visitors when they enter the class or approach them. Respect to elders is apart of our rich heritage and culture and should form an integral part of our upbringing


Children are expected to use English ,only, for communication all through the day while school is in progress. After school hours, i.e. while at the crèche / day boarding, they may communicate in vernacular if they need to. However, children should not use language that is objectionable, as it is unbecoming.

Respect for property

Children should care for their classrooms keeping them neat and tidy and also look after school premises, reporting any damage immediately.

Respect for uniform

Children should take pride in wearing the school uniform, always ensuring that it is clean, well-ironed and correct as per the school notifications, not only inside the school but also on their way to and from school.

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