Kumarans code of conduct
We at Kumarans believe that school is a place for teaching and learning, where students
feel safe, secure and supported. To provide this supportive learning environment,
school communities must foster respect among all members of the school community.
Our school code of conduct is based on the belief that there are values fundamental
to the well being of both the individual and society and that we are all responsible
for the choices we make. It encourages students to recognize and respect diversity
and individual differences. In the process, we want students to develop self- discipline,
which can be considered as a core of any person's activity.
expect our students to maintain and encourage high standards of personal conduct
that includes honesty, discipline, integrity, respect and consideration, ethics
RESPONSIBILITIES TOWARDS SCHOOL - GENERAL
- To protect and promote the sanctity of the school by maintaining peace, order and
harmony in school.
- Maintain cleanliness in the campus and also help in making our school a green school.
- Safeguard and preserve school property.
- Respect elders, teachers and friends.
- Students need to speak softly and they need to speak only in English while in school.
- Follow the general instructions given in the school by teachers and leaders.
- Attend and maintain the dignity and sanctity of the school assembly.
- Regularity in attending academic and non- academic activities.
- Attend all activities organized by the school like Literary Fest, Independence Day
Celebration, Sports Day or any other activity.
RESPONSIBILITIES TOWARDS SCHOOL IN THE CLASS
- Regularity in submission of school work.
- Students should go to respective classes on time.
- Maintain corridor discipline.
- Not come out of the class without the permission of the teachers. Students are not
allowed to come out of the class after each period and loiter in the corridors after
- Students participating in outside school activities should inform their coordinators
and class teachers in order to avoid a clash with their school activities.
RESPONSIBILITIES TOWARDS FRIENDS
- Helping a friend in need studies or otherwise.
- Do not resort to bullying on bus or in school.
- Use appropriate language in school with friends and others.
DRESS CODE/ UNIFORMS
Students must be dressed in school uniform whenever they are required to make use
of the school premises. Students need to be in complete school uniform when
- They represent the school in any inter-school event even if it is conducted during
- When they accompany their parents for parent teacher meetings or any activity organized
by the school.
- When they come to school for reasons like collection of hall ticket, attestation
of certificates or marks card and for any other reasons.
- Students have to wear the standardized uniform of the school.
- House T-shirts need to be worn on the first and third and fifth Wednesdays of every
- Students should wear clean and well ironed dress including tie, belt and socks and
- Shoes and ties have to be washed regularly.
- No student can wear his or her school uniform and go to malls, coffee shops or any
other public place.
- Girls are allowed to wear only ankle socks which are above the ankle. They are definitely
not allowed to wear low cut socks or ankle socks to school and they have to purchase
socks that are according to their shoe size.
- Wear only one small stud or small earrings.
- If long hairs wear one or two plaits.
- If shoulder length hair, wear ponytail with black bands or ribbons on all days of
- Children having short hair should ensure that hair does not fall on the face. They
need to wear their hair back either by wearing a band or a slide.
GIRL STUDENTS ARE NOT PERMITTED TO
- Have streaked hair, fancy hairstyles, leave shoulder length or long hair untied.
- Use any kind of make up during school hours.
- Wear gold earrings, bangles, chains, colorful and fancy jewellery, long or hanging
- Adorn their hair with flowers or colourful clips
- Use nail polish or mehendi during school days.
BOY STUDENTS ARE NOT PERMITTED TO
- Wear caps and headgear in the school.
- Have streaked hair, long hair, long side burns or fancy hairstyles.
- Wear bracelets/chains/ friendship bands or other bands.
- Grow their beard. Boys of Classes XI and XII need to shave whenever necessary.
ENTERING AND LEAVING THE CAMPUS
Students are expected to reach school by 7:40 a.m. and to remain in school for the
full school day.
- Those who are making their own transport arrangements should reach the campus on
- Prior appointment should be obtained from the office, for parents to visit if other
than for planned meetings such as Parent-Teachers meeting.
- If a parent has been called by the school, it is very important for them to report
in the front office. No parent is allowed to go directly to meet the Teachers.
- The time of leaving the premises depends on the extra activities carried out by
each student. Parents should get prior information from the children on these activities
so as to avoid any concern or anxiety regarding their delayed return from school.
- Need an authorized letter from the parent for a student to leave early.Children
will not be allowed to leave with a driver or another adult without an authorization
letter from the parent.
- Students should take an exit slip from the Academic Coordinators before they leave
- When parents arrive at school to pick up the student, he or she must go to the school
office to sign out the student. He/ she will then be called to the office to leave.
LEAVE OF ABSENCE FROM SCHOOL
- It is compulsory for children to be present on the first and last working day after
Dasara, Christmas and summer vacations.
- Parents need to plan their vacation only during school breaks and not otherwise.
School will surely not permit children going on vacation during school days.
- Attending marriages and other social functions while the school is in session needs
to be kept to the minimum and prior permission should be sought to avail leave.
- If a child has not attended school, the leave record on pupil pod has to be filled
and a parent can view the days the child has not attended school. We will not accept
any hand written application and this is being done to maintain digital leave record
of each child on pupilpod.
- Parents whose children are in classes III, IV and V also have to give us a digital
leave record if a child is not able to attend swimming classes. The parent can also
view how many days the child has attended swimming in a month or year on pupilpod.
- Parents whose children are participating in after-school activities can also view
the attendance of their child.
- If a child has a medical condition and has not reported to school for more than
a week, the leave letter should be accompanied by a medical certificate.
- The school will penalize defaulters and parents may kindly note this.
The staff and students of the school are happy to offer their best wishes on a student's
birthday. However, learning time at school is very important, no birthday parties
will be allowed in school. No birthday parties can be held for teachers. It is very
important that no gifts are distributed. Moreover, no expensive chocolates like
chocolate bars should be offered either to students or teachers.
Students need to contact the concerned coordinator, to make a phone call to contact
their parents if they are sick after informing the class teacher.
STUDENTS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO CARRY CELL PHONES/ IPODS/ MP3 PLAYERS OR ANY OTHER ELECTRONIC
GADGETS AND EXCESS MONEY TO THE SCHOOL AND THE SAME WILL BE CONFISCATED IF IT IS
FOUND IN THE STUDENTS' POSSESSION
POLICY AGAINST VIOLENCE
We emphasise the importance of non-violence. Pushing, swearing, shoving, biting,
hitting and kicking each other are unacceptable, even if done in fun. Physical assault
will be dealt with severely, by suspension. It is very important that parents discuss
this policy with their child(ren). The school needs parental support in this endeavour.
IN THE ASSEMBLY
- Students must move in a single line, keep the bag in class, and join the assembly
in time. They must maintain silence. They need to move and stand in a single line,
as per class and section.
- Be sincere during the prayer and national anthem.
- During specific announcements, be attentive and sincere in expressing your appreciation
for others in the assembly so that others do the same when your turn comes.
- Give respect to the student leaders, who are performing their duties and follow
their instructions. Your turn also may come, for the role of a leader when you would
want others to listen to you.
- No one is allowed to miss assembly and this should be strictly followed even during
tests & examinations.
Note : If a child is found bullying a child physically or mentally, the child will
be counselled by the Class Teacher, Coordinator and Counsellor. If this behaviour
continues, the child will be suspended and asked to leave the school.
Children cannot use any type of social networking sites to malign their friends,
teachers and the school. If any child is found doing this, the immediate consequence
is suspension from the school.
EXCUSE FROM PHYSICAL EDUCATION
If a student is unable to participate in any kind of physical activity organised
by the school because of illness, a note must be recorded by the parent to the physical-education
teacher in the diary explaining the illness, and she /he will be excused. In the
event of a prolonged illness, a student must produce a medical certificate and seek
exemption from PT or swimming.
If a child is suffering from any serious medical condition, a letter to the class
teacher at the beginning of the year is essential and important.
FORMATIVE ASSESSMENTS / WORKSHEETS/ SUMMATIVE EXAMINATIONS
If a student misses a unit test / formative assessment / exam, no retest will be
permitted unless the student is absent for a school-sponsored activity, for example
travelling with a sports team, drama club, etc. This decision can be taken only
by the Principal. No requests for postponement of tests / worksheets and exams can
be accepted by the school.
For classes VI and above:
- If a child is absent for one assessment (FA1 or FA2, FA3, FA4) then the average
will be taken.
- If the child is absent for more than 2 assessments (FA1 or FA2, FA3 or Fa4) then
the child will be marked 0 for one assessment and the average of all the assessments
will be taken for the second assessment. Please note that the average will come
- If a child fails in a unit test or exam, (VI to X) re-test will be given repeatedly
till he or she passes. Retests or re- exams will be given after class hours.
BEHAVIOUR IN BUS
Bus drivers have complete charge of students riding the bus and will report misbehavior
to school. For the safety of all students who ride the bus, students are expected
to obey the following rules:
- Follow queue system while boarding and alighting the buses.
- Give respect to the driver and conductor and wish them and thank them.
- Students must use only the bus and the bus stop assigned to them.
- Students may not enter or leave the bus at any place except the student's regular
bus stop or school unless the student has a note from home that has been approved
by the Principal/ Vice Principal/ Academic coordinators
- Students must stay in their seat while the bus is in motion. Students must not reserve
- Students must keep the aisle of the bus clear at all times. Items such as books,
bags must not block the aisle.
- Students must not litter the inside of the bus, throw anything out of the window,
or cause damage to the bus.
- No bullying and no verbal assault of persons on the bus.
- No using mirrors, lasers, flash cameras, or any other lights or reflective devices
in a manner that might interfere with the driver's operation of the bus. Students
must not eat or play hand games on the bus.
- No Eating in the bus at all times.
POSITIVE REINFORCEMENTS FOR GOOD BEHAVIOUR IN SCHOOL
- Motivational certificates are given in class to appreciate all kinds of learners-
art, reading, good behaviour, good in academics, best helping hand, improvement
in academics and good in computers.
- Each year, children are encouraged to design the cover page of the diary, Cover
page of the book and it is these that are used by the school. Appreciation certificates
are given to these children in the assembly.
- Every achievement of the child in any competition is acknowledged in the school
- Every year, Class X and XII students who have done well in their board exams are
honoured with cash prizes.
- Every year, outgoing students of Class X and XII are honoured for various feats
and achievements like music, dance, literary skills, scientific talent, quizzing,
service and best outgoing student for the year.
We request parents' cooperation for the following:
- Do not send expensive and excess stationery or send things that are not allowed
by the school and if found with the child, same will be confiscated.
- Parents are requested to approach the school for any student related incidents or
queries. If there is a misunderstanding or fight amongst children, the same has
to be brought to the notice of the school and please do not approach or deal with
the issue directly with parents. We are doing this solely to avoid conflicts.
- Parents should report to the front office if they need to pick up their children
in case of emergency. Parents are not allowed to go to the classrooms directly.
- There will be no refund of money (excursion, external exams etc) after the last
date for withdrawal.
- No last minute request for leave will be entertained unless it is an emergency.
Three days notice to avail leave is required.
- Attendance of students is compulsory on the first day and last day after and before
- Parents are hereby informed that carrying of mobile phones or any other electronic
gadgets is strictly prohibited in school and confiscated if a child has it and will
never be returned.
Should a student choose to break a rule, the following consequences have been established
by the school.
- The child's non- compliance of the rules agreed upon will be informed to the parents.
- Regular poor behaviour by the child will cause for suspension from the School.