Leave of Absence
- Leave of absence is not granted except for serious reasons
and only on a previously written application of the
parent/ guardian. Kindly discourage leave merely for
social and religious functions
- Parents should notify in writing any absence from School
owing to illness or otherwise of their ward. A Medical
Certificate must be produced if a student is absent
for more than a week on medical grounds.
- Parent/guardian who for a good reason would like to
take their children home during school hours must
come themselves, or submit an authorisation letter
signed by them to the school office.
- A student will be allowed to go home only escorted by
a family member during school hours.
- During School hours, parents/guardians are not allowed
to see their children or interview teachers or visit the
class room or walk about in the School premises etc.
They need permission from the Principal to do so.
- On return to School the absentee must produce her/his
parent's written explanation for her/his absence. This
note will be given to the Class Teacher to be kept
in the file for record. Failure to produce explanation
may result in the student being sent home.
- Students availing more than one week's leave of absence
must get the leave note signed first by the Principal.
- Pupils who leave without due notice or keep away
from School for more than fifteen days offering no
explanation for their absence, are struck off the rolls;
as a rule are not readmitted, but if readmitted they
must pay their admission fee again.
- Pupils who leave the school in April must pay the fees
for May and June. Those who leave the School in
November will pay the fees for December as well.
- No Transfer Certificate or any other Certificate will be
issued till all dues are paid in full.
All Josephites are expected to behave well at all times
and in all places. The whole-hearted co-operation of the
parents/guardians is expected at all times in the formation
of the character of their children. As the child progresses
from the lower to the higher classes, she/He will be given
ample opportunity to shift from conforming to externally
imposed order to self-imposed discipline.
The school will insist on strict punctuality, regular school
attendance, cleanliness in dress, general grooming and
fidelity to study and work assignment.