All the students of MGS should observe the following rules & regulations.
- GENERAL CONDUCT
Students are representatives of our school from leaving home until they return and are thus expected to set themselves a high standard of behaviour both inside and outside the school. Student conduct shall be founded on the basic concept of respect, consideration for the rights of others, school policies, and applicable codes and laws. Students are expected to show respect and behave appropriately with teachers, school staff, administrators and campus guests at all times.
Disagreements may occur but the students are expected to resolve conflicts or personal problems in a socially acceptable manner with the help of resource person of the organization.
- THE SCHOOL UNIFORM
Uniform should be worn tidily and correctly. The full school uniform must be worn at all times. Girl’s kameez/Shirts should be designed properly and should be worn at the knee level.No fancy kameez and shalwar are allowed other than regulation design. Boy’s shirts are to be tucked in; socks are to be pulled up; heel straps in place.
No visible jewellery is to be worn. Jewellery of religious or cultural significance may be worn but must be covered at all times.
When a situation arises concerning a student’s uniform, written requests for temporary wearing of non-regulation items must be referred to the Principal or Vice Principal.
- GROOMING OR PERSONAL HYGIENE
A student’s hair must be kept clean and tidy at all times. The boy’s hair should be cut according to military style. Girl’s hair should be well kept in a moderate style without streaks or other colour. Styles are not allowed. Shoulder length hair should be tied back off the face or held in a white band.
Nails should be kept short and clean.
- PROHIBITED ITEMS
- Cigarettes or tobacco
- Knives or other weapons
- Matches/lighters/explosives or any other dangerous material
- Cameras/mobile phones/laptops/tablets
- Skateboards or expensive bicycles or any other costly equipment
The school maintains a zero tolerance policy against any form of bullying. This includes verbal abuse, physical abuse, written messages or cyber-bullying. Upon report and confirmation of an allegation, successive steps of interventions will begin which includes suspension and eventual expulsion from school.
It is the responsibility of every student in the school to ensure that the school is free from litter. Students are also encouraged to take the responsibility for litter in their immediate vicinity and place any litter in the bins placed around the school.
Attendance is the first step in ensuring academic achievement. In order for students to reach for their personal best, they must show up and give their best effort at school each and every day. At Best, regular attendance is required.
- Students are also required to arrive the school on time.
- Late arrivals will not be tolerated and the students will be given a warning letter on their third late arrival.
- In case of an absence, parents must notify the school authorities about their child’s absence from school in the form of a written application by 9:00 a.m. If the school was not notified by 9:00 a.m., an attempt will be made to contact the parent or guardian.
- ABSENCE FROM EXAMINATIONS
If the student is absent on an exam day, then the parents must should inform the school authorities about the reason of their child’s absence. The student will not be allowed for retake exam and he/she will be given average marks only if parents will provide a note or application stating the genuine reason for the absence.
- STUDENT’S AND PARENT’S COMPLAINTS
Every person has the right to complain so parents can call the Head Office regarding any issue (administrative and studies) on this number.
PHONE NUMBER: 042-36883709
- DISMISSAL POLICY
If a student does not support the academic and ethical goals of the institution for himself/herself, our school may consider expulsion to be the last resort. Verbal warnings, written warnings and suspension will generally precede expulsion.
The following may be causes for the immediate dismissal of a student:
- Possession of illegal or dangerous drugs or weapons
- Cheating in an examination
- Theft or non-accidental destruction of school property
- Verbal and Physical abusive behaviour towards other students or school staff
- PHYSICAL TRAINING
Regular physical activity can reduce children’s risk of obesity and improve their classroom performance. Our school provides excellent opportunities for children to be physically active, through physical education, regular recess, and access to physical play.
- TAGGING THINGS
Tagging is the most important task but most of the parents overlook this task which ends up costing them thousands of rupees. In order to avoid such problems, tag your child’s belongings properly so that it can be traced in case of loss. The following items must should be tagged properly; school bag, books, notebooks, geometry, lunch box and water bottle.
13. CLASSROOM CONDUCT
- All students must stand up and greet the teacher when he/she enters the class.
- All fans and lights must be switched off when leaving the classroom.
- All students must seek permission from the teacher before leaving the class during lessons.
- Only during snack time students are allowed to eat or drink in the classroom.
- All students should queue up in an orderly manner when purchasing food.
- Students can buy healthy lunch as well as snacks from canteen.
- School crockery should be returned to the canteen.
- All students must finish their food/drinks before the recess ends.
- All students should help to maintain the cleanliness of the school canteen.
It is highly recommended to give your child his/her lunch box in the morning while coming to school. Lunch boxes during school hours will not be accepted.
Students will receive a certificate at the end of their session provided they meet the attendance and handwriting requirements.
Assembly offers opportunities for all the children and staff to come together and share their perspective on the issues around them. It also builds self confidence in the students. Therefore students are required to attend the assembly. Maintain order while moving to assembly. Do not run; running is a frequent cause of injuries.
18. SOCIAL MEDIA
Parents can join the social media page of the school on Face book. Using social media gives a chance to parents to communicate and engage with their child’s school community. Parents can also see the pictures of their child/children on social media and they can appreciate those pictures in the form of likes and comments.
- NOTICE BOARD OR PIN BOARD
Notice board module has been designed for the purpose of providing information. Students are not allowed to display or remove any notice from the notice board without seeking the permission of the teacher or the Vice Principal.
- BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS
In School Birthday Celebrations are allowed only for Pre-school section (from Class Play Group to Class Prep). Teachers will arrange a monthly birthday celebration for all of the students whose birthdays occur during the month. Parents are usually contacted and asked to supply a portion of the items necessary for the celebration.
Discipline in the school is a prerequisite for the creation of an effective learning atmosphere. Students are therefore required to maintain discipline during the school hours as well as during the school off-timings. Those students who will be seen breaching the disciplinary rules of the school will be punished or even suspended.
MGS offers a number of extra-curricular activities for students to learn and enhance their skills and also to develop sportsmanship, leadership and a sense of responsibility. Therefore school authorities have arranged art competitions, music class and sports class for the students.
Children coming to school are assumed to be healthy enough to attend the full day’s program, including recess and physical education. If a child becomes ill or injured in school, parents will be notified if considered necessary by the school administrator. In case parents are not available. the designated emergency contact person will be called.
When you are asked to pick up your child, please come as early as possible.
- HEALTH PROBLEMS
the parent’s responsibility to inform the school about any student’s health
issues or problems. This information is confidential and will be shared with
teacher’s/staff in a confidential manner. But we ask for the cooperation of
parents in keeping their child at home, if he/she has any sign of illness. The
school will contact parents if a child becomes ill during school hours. Once
you receive such a call from the school office, we urge you to pick up your
child immediately or make alternate arrangements.
Any contagious illness should be reported to the school as a courtesy to other parents in the school.
School will provide medical facilities to students in case of emergency. The first aid kit of school contains bandage, cotton, anti-septic medicine and pain killer. If the student will need any other medical facility we will call their parents.
- HEAD LICE
Any child with live head lice or nits (lice eggs) will be asked to leave school until all lice/nits have been removed. Parents will be notified and advised on how to perform the necessary head wash at home.
- HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS
It is our policy to assign homework in all grades, as necessary. The purpose of homework is to provide an opportunity for students to show that that they are able to apply the skills they have acquired in school while working independently reinforcing the skills and concepts learned in class. Parents are requested to provide an atmosphere conducive to studying for their child and to assist him/her in planning homework time properly.
- CLEAN DRINKING WATER
The school provides clean and filtered drinking water for the students. But for hygiene purposes, provide your child with a plastic glass or bottle. Don’t give them a glass container.
Students are advised to keep the washroom neat and clean after using it and respect other student’s privacy.
Parents of Class Play Group and KG-I are required to keep a pair of trousers in their school bags for use in the time of need.
Our school library provides the students with a wide variety of books on different topics. Students are advised to follow the library rules.
- Maintain absolute silence. No group studies.
- To issue a book you must have to make a request to library teacher.
- Only one book is allowed for a week.
- If the book is not returned on the due date, a fine of 10/- per book per day will be charged.
- Books lost must be replaced, books damaged will be charged.
- STUDENT PHONE NUMBERS
It is compulsory for parents to provide their valid phone numbers to the school administration at the time of admission. If parents change their phone numbers then it is their duty to provide their new phone number to the school administration, so that they may contact you if the need arises.
- ASSESSMENT TESTS
It is important for parents to make their child/children realize the importance of school assessment tests. Parents should try their level best that their child does not miss the assessment test as the Final Term result will be a cumulative result of all the assessment tests and terminal exams.
- COMPUTER LAB
Students should behave well mannered in the computer lab. No one is allowed to switch on the computer without the permission of their computer lab teacher. In case of any damage to computers or data, strict action will be taken against the student.
- COACHING CLASSES & PRESENTS
Teachers and other members of MGS are not allowed to give coaching classes to any student. They are also not allowed to accept presents from the students or their parents. Therefore parents are requested not to insist them to do so otherwise strict action will be taken against the teacher.
At the start of each term, a student with the best academic performance will be selected as the monitor of the class.
- SCHOOL MANAGERS
School managers (Head/ Deputy Head boy, Head/ Deputy Head girl) are elected through elections to maintain discipline in the school. They are strictly bound to perform the duties allotted to them by the school management.