A unit of Delhi Public School Pvt. Ltd. at Sundernagar, HP

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School Rules

All children new to the school should be aware that the social environment may be very different to that at home. Large number of children working and playing together necessitates the imposition of rules of behavior to ensure the safety and well-being of each individual.

Thus, while there exists no official list of regulations, each child is, e.g. expect to be polite to other pupils and visitors; exercise tolerance in relationship with peers; be prepared to offer assistance when and where it is needed; exercise initiative and show respect for others(adults and children). Children should also be receptive to the school’s efforts to develop his or her own esteem. From time to time it will be necessary for the teacher to issue instructions which may need to be acted upon promptly without question and the child should understand that, in such circumstances, the member of staff is acting either for the pupil’s own benefit or with the general welfare of the school in mind. Thus, although corporal punishment has been prohibited in country schools and voluntary controlled schools since September 1986, standards of discipline are high and other punishments of a non-physical nature may be imposed in cases of regular failure to comply with the school’s code of behavior the child’s parents will be informed of the situation. They may subsequently be invited to attend a meeting with the Principal in order to determine how the parents may best support the school’s efforts to maintain the good standard of discipline for which the school is renowned.

Behavior Policy

‘Good behavior is necessary condition for effective learning to take place.’
Within a school ‘family’ some rules are essential; these are mostly matter of common sense to ensure the safety of our children. The emphasis in the school is to praise positive behavior, attitude and effort and to increase children’s awareness of the need to make a positive contribution to their community.

Dealing with inappropriate behavior

Our five simple schools rules are :
• I will walk and talk quietly in our school
• I will be helpful and polite to everyone
• I will look at and listen to people who are talking to me
• I will look after everything in our school
• I will always try my best in everything I do
Minor rule breaking will be ignored. Members of staff will provide attention to those who are behaving correctly. When pupils have to be reminded of the rules, this will be done quietly and calmly with the aim of getting the pupil back on task as soon as possible. The inappropriate behavior will be criticized not the child.

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