Drinks and snacks
Boiled and filtered water is available at the school, but all the children are encouraged to bring a bottle of water from home, especially in the summer. They should be in containers that are easy to open and don’t leak.
A light, healthy, easy-to-eat snack is adequate. Candy is strongly discouraged! Absolutely no gum is allowed.
Lunch is provided by the school at an additional cost. Our lunches are hot and nutritious and include vegetarian and non-vegetarian menus.
On Mondays, we serve non-vegetarian meals only.
Please clearly label your child’s boxes, jackets, etc. Children are required to bring their school belongings in a bag clearly marked with their names. All their things should fit inside this bag.
Messages for parents will often be sent by class teachers or by the school in the form of a circular. For pre-school children, letters are sent home in children’s lunch boxes or bags, so please check or instruct servants to check for messages every day. Also ask your child to tell you when he/she has a message for you.
The messages are sent via the school app. Therefore, you are requested to download the school app and like on Facebook page for the information.
Fire & Earthquake drills
We hold monthly fire and earthquake drills.
All possible measures are taken for the safety of the children at the school or the bus or field trips. Parents are notified immediately and arrangements made to take the child to the approved clinic or doctor, should an accident occur.
There is a provision of First Aid at the school and on the buses. Teachers are given instructions on First Aid periodically. The school nurse is present at the school premises from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (Mon-Fri).
Bringing toys to school
Other than special events planned by the class teacher we ask that students not bring toys to school. If your child has a new or special toy that he/she would like to share with his/her school friends, we ask that you first contact your child’s class teacher to ask permission for the toy to be brought to school. The teacher will then make it a point that all students treat this toy as something special.