A Letter For Orientation in 2018-19 Session
Dear Parents and Students,
It is with your earnest co-operation, support and appreciation that another successful session at Bonne Anne Public school has been now over. This session swept us off our feet before we could blink an eye. We have made a remarkable progress on the academic front as well as in the co-curricular activities. It is a matter of great pride, that our first batch of senior secondary though small, but promising, is on its way to prove itself. The school plans to start the Biometric Attendance System , a separate computer Lab for juniors , a multipurpose hall and more CCTV coverage. Whatsaap groups are already framed. Activity based learning in Nursery’s and KG’s is going strong. The idea of integrated development has been like a bubbling living fountain that has brought out the inlaid creativity, talents and skills in various forms on various occasions like scouting-guiding camp, educational trips, exhibition, educational, and cultural competitions, special Assemblies, Rallis etc. The faction of time-leverage and regular study habits among the students are needed in the coming session because of the new academic system. Both the staff and the students have been technologically advanced through various seminars, workshops and orientation programs forgetting the age factor.
With regards to discipline, our students generally have been exemplary. Parents and teachers must understand the children and their need for counseling from time to time. Active involvement of the parents can play a vital role in the emotional stability of the child.
However there is always room for improvement. Parents must support in following the golden rules of Bonne Anne Public school. Students have proved their mettle in sports too. Cricket, Badminton, Chess, Marathon and various other activities. Our students still need a little more passion and the killing instinct to achieve success.
Parents must look forward to the forthcoming session. There is no change of uniform. Books can be purchased from any source offline as well as online. School does not provide any transport and does not allow any two wheelers except cycles to its students. Rickshaws are allowed inside, till the office for students upto class-II only.
Parents must co-operate in the regularity and punctuality of the child. Leave application must be sent every time if child is absent. School Diary must be signed daily by the parent and PTM’S must be attended to keep in touch with the child’s performance.
As per the decision of the SMC and PTA, a hike up to 12-15 % will be in the fee. Parents must pay attention to the Fee Rules and Regulations given in the Fee –Booklet before confirming the continuity of their ward in the new session. Fee must be paid at the school fee counter of IDBI Bank at the school campus.
Pre –Nursery to Nursery: 7:50 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
Classes I –Xll : 7:50 a.m. – 1.40 p.m.
LKG- UKG : 7:50 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
1. Every student must carry the school Almanac (School Diary) everyday. Parents must see it and sign it daily.
2. If a student is found carrying a cell phone/electronic gadgets to school, it will be confiscated by the School office. It will be returned to the parents at the end of the academic year with a fine of Rs 1,000/-.
3. Exchanging of classrooms should be done in an orderly manner and silently. Students should not come out of their class room at the end of any period.
4. Students should be habitually clean and always neatly dressed. Proper school uniform must be used on all working days and for all school functions. Students who are slovenly dressed or not in uniform will be sent home. Use of hair gel is not allowed. Wearing narrow and low waist trousers or skirts is forbidden.
5. All boys (except Sikhs) must keep their hair short. Girls must tie their hair neatly into two with ribbons. No stylish hair.
6. Copies and books must be kept neat and tidy with names and class mentioned, carefully (in bold)
7. No books (other than text books or library books), magazines or paper should be brought to the school.
8. Lending or borrowing of money or other articles is not allowed.
9. Parents and guardians must meet the teachers, if needed, after school hours only.
10. Students are not allowed to use the school telephone without permission.
11. Two wheelers and rickshaws are strictly not allowed in the campus for security purpose.
12. The school does not permit the celebration of birthdays on the school campus. Exchange of gifts is not allowed. Birthday bumps are a punishable offence.
13. The school insists on the following measures to be observed by the members of the staff, parents and all students: Care must be taken to observe the “Green Rules” in order to maintain clean and green surroundings, i.e, the school premises should not be littered with any papers and polythene bags. If polythene bags are brought to school, care should be taken not to dispose them off in the school grounds. Minimal use of polythene bags will be appreciated.
14. Students are advised to keep their class rooms, school building and campus as clean as possible, and thro left - overs into the dustbins.
15. Students are expected to respect the school property. No students should damage any school furniture, write or draw anything on the walls or in any way damage things belonging to others. Any school property damaged even by accident should be reported at once to the class teacher or to the Vice- Principal or the Principal.
16.Bonne Anne Public School students should invariably be polite wherever they go. They should always remember that the school is judged by their conduct. They should greet their teachers when they meet them. Bullying and use of foul language are punishable offences.
17. Students are not allowed to bring any sharp instruments such as knives etc. to the school, or any kind of object that can cause injury to others.
18. The school is not responsible for goods lost. It is punishable to bring valuable articles like expensive watches or stationery to school.
19. It is expected that the juniors be treated with love and affection, while the juniors show respect to their seniors.
20. No student is allowed to visit any of the eating places situated outside the school, and if found doing so, he/she will be subjected to punishment.
21. Class Pass signed by the class teacher (in charge of a period) must be carried by a child going out of the class for any purpose.
22. Blood group and vision reports must be given within the first month of the session.
23. Canteen facility is not available in break time or after the school is over. If there is an emergency, children can avail this facility with the class teacher’s permission slip shown in the office.
24. Students should not join other students in violent, destructive activities or they will be subjected to punishment.
25. Students will not instigate other co- students or juniors to indulge in any misbehavior or any form of anti-school activity which will bring disrepute to the school and could spoil the career of the concerned student.
26. Students and parents will not boycott the orders, directions and instructions given to them by the school authorities but any problem can be discussed in a congenial way.
27. Students using unfair means during examination will face disciplinary action as decided by the school authorities.
28. A student who fails twice in the same class will not be permitted to continue his/her studies in the school.
29. School rules can be changed without prior notice or reason.
30. No attendance will be given to a student during the period of suspension.
31. Bunking school/classes is strictly forbidden and will lead to disciplinary action against the students. Attendance should never be below 75%.
32. Observe punctuality or disciplinary action will be taken against late arrivals.
33. Roll numbers of the students who do not follow the school rules or behave in a disciplined Manner may be withheld, based on the code of conduct issued by the CBSE.
34. Serious offences which reflect adversely on a student’s conduct or parent’s negligence e.g. breaking bounds, disobedience, non- payment of fee indicates the award of a Yellow Card which deprives the offender of availing any privileges in the school for a week or till improvement is shown. He/She is not allowed to attend any school activity while on a Yellow Card.
The award of three Yellow Cards in an academic year in quick succession may lead to the expulsion of the offender from the school on disciplinary grounds.
I can proudly say that today’s Bonne Anne are much more prepared, focused and disciplined to face the world. My appreciation goes out to every child, parent and teacher at Bonne Anne as every one has made a difference to this institution and helped in its growth.
With the best of wishes to all for the forthcoming session of 2018-19. May the forthcoming session become an exciting journey of knowledge, joy and success for all of us of the Bonne Anne family.
May God bless us all.
Mrs. S. Bhatnagar
Criteria for depositing the fee : Fee will be deposited through digital system from 26th March, 2018, after the declaration of the result. First installment must be paid by 20th April, 2018 to avoid late fee charges. After 30th April, 2018 the name of the ward will stand as “Name struck off” and fee will be deposited only with re-admission charges of Rs. 500/- if seat will be available.
The new academic session 2018-19 commences from Tuesday 3th April 2018. The school timings are as under from Monday to Saturday: