Behavioural Managment Strategies: School Policy


Note : The serial order specifies the successive steps to be taken by the school in regard to areas of concern.

Coming Late to school

1. Verbal Warning
2. Parents to be informed through a note/e-mail/sms
3. Parents to be called and the student to be sent home

Bunking Classes

Movement in the Corridors

1. Warning and extra assignments in the respective subjects
2. Parents to be informed by e-mail/sms and extra assignments to be given 
3. Memo and Minus 1 in PLB 
4. After School detention 
5. Yellow Card
6. Suspension

Bulling, Aggressive 
Behaviour &
Absuive Language

1. Written apology to go into the student’s record. One copy of the same to be retained by the class teacher 
2. Parents to be informed by e-mail/sms 
3. After School detention 
4. Suspension


If any student’s turnout is not as per the standards and requirements of school turnout ( which is mentioned in the school almanac)
1. Verbal warning (twice)
2. Parents to be informed by e-mail/sms
3. Student to be sent home after informing the parents

Hair Cut

1. Verbal warning (twice)
2. To be sent home

Defaulter at work

1. Verbal warning 
2.Withdrawal of break/P.E. period 
3. Detention until work is finished 
4. Parents to be informed by e-mail/sms 
5. Community service to be decided by school 
6. Memo and Minus 1 in PLB

Breakage of School Property

Fine as per the cost of the damage/Withdrawl of break/P.E. period

Noise in the class

Community Service/Withdrawl of break/P.E. period

Untidy Classrooms

1. Students to clean the class room
2. Withdrawal of break/P.E. period.

A positive school environment does not simply happen: teachers, parents and students need to work hard together to develop it. Therefore certain rules are necessary to make this possible.


• Be regular and punctual

• Use indecent language

• Report in complete school turnout

• Bully others

• Carry notebooks and assignments as per the timetable

• Damage school property

• Help others

• Play or run in the class

• Respect teachers through courteous language and conduct

• Run in the corridors

• Use decent language

• be late in reporting to classs

• Fall in a line when moving out of a class

• be late in submission of work

• Switch off lights and fans when not in use

• Bunk classes

• Maintain school property

• Bring mobiles, valuables and heavy cash to school

• Complete the school work and assignments on time

• Litter class or school

• Carry school almanac daily

• Eat or drink during teaching periods

• Keep pace with fellow friends/ teachers in doing class work

• Carry or wear accessories to school ( coloured mufflers, warmers, goggles etc.)

• Be responsible for any work missed in class due to absence

• Get involved in arguments and fights (verbal or physical)

• Return to class from PT/Library/Labs and other outdoor periods on time

We expect our students to take pride in their work, their appearance and what they have accomplished. They must develop self-discipline and show courtesy towards all people in the school and community. Our constant endeavour is to realize this dream.


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