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    1.In the morning before assembly there will be silent study in the class rooms. At that time pupils should not be found talking, playing or loitering in the compound.
    2. Pupils should respect their parents, elders, superiors. When coming across superiors or teachers do not try to avoid them but wish them and speak to them politely.
    3. Pupils should speak honestly and frankly and never be shy, but cheerful. They should always show the sign of good manner and culture in conversation saying “Thank you, I am sorry”etc.
    4. Permission of Principal is required. a) to collect money for any purpose whatever b) to give presents to teachers. c) to form associations or to distribute literature of any kind.

    9.15 a.m. Warning bell 9.20 a.m. Assembly
    9.30 to 10.10 Ist Period
    10.10 to 10.50 IInd Period
    10.50 to 11.00 Interval
    11.00 to 11.40 IIIrd Period
    11.40 to 12.20 IVth Period
    12.20 to 1.00 Vth Period
    1.00 to 1.30 Lunch Break
    1.30 Long bell
    1.35 to 2.15 VIth Period
    2.15 to 2.55 VIIth Period
    2.55 to 3.00 Interval
    3.00 to 3.35 VIIIth Period
    3.35 to 3.40 Prayer
    WORKING HOURS 9.15 a.m. to 3.40 p.m.
    Office Hours 9.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.,
    (12.30 p.m. to 1.30 p.m Lunch break.)

    The congregation of the Sisters of the Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament (SABS) has its origin from the deep eucharistic experience of the Servant of God, Thomas Kurialacherry, (1873-1925) our founder. The devotion to the blessed Sacrament remains the sustaining force and the prime goal of the Adoration Congregation, Various fields of apostolic activities enable our sisters to share in the redumptive mission of the Church. In keeping with the vision of our founder, education remains as one of the most significant areas of our apostolate right from the beginning of the congregation. Educational institutions from kindergarten to colleges are owned and managed by SABS aiming at the holistic development of individuals.
  • Admission, promotion and withdrawal

    1. Application for admission shall be made in the prescribed form duely signed by the pupil’s parent along with Birth certificate, a passport size photo.
    2. Students coming from other schools must produce their transfer certificate and progress report along with the application.
    3. Promotion to the higher classes is based on the student’s performance in all the examinations conducted during the academic year.
    4. A student who detained twice in the same standard will not be allowed to continue in the school.
    5. Continuous absence for 15 days without leave will be considered equivalent to the withdrawal of the student from school and his/her name will be removed from the roll.
    6. The withdrawal notice must be given in writing by the parent.
    7. To issue a T.C. from the school a week’s notice should be allowed.
    8. No. T.C. will be issued until all dues are fully paid and all library books returned. Promotions refused will not be reconsidered. Promotions of those who have not cleared all dues will be withheld.

    1. Late comers will meet the Principal before they proceed to their classes.
    2. Punctuality and regular attendance are insisted upon.
    3. Leave of absence from school must be obtained in writing signed by the parents. It must be explained in the diary and signed by parent.
    4. The school shall not be held responsible for the loss of money. umbrellas, books, stationary tiffin boxes etc., These should bear the name of the owner.
    5. Students are strictly forbidden to purchase any eatables from out side the school premises.
    6. Books are supplied in the school, so as to prevent the children from going to shops.
    7. In and out of school every student’s behavior should be such as to bring honour to his/her family and school.
    8. Parents should see that the students come to school in time before the first bell.
    9. In addition to the terminal examination reports, the results of all test papers will be sent to parents. They must check all these and give their children special attention to subjects in which they are weak.

    1. The parents who wish to send their children to school by school bus should apply to the Principal / Headmistress sufficiently early.
    2. For the general maintenance of order and discipline in the bus, students should extend full co-operation to the conductor accompanying the students.
    3. Students should never put out their hands, heads or elbows outside the windows.
    4. Students should avoid singing, shouting, passing remarks to people outside, waving hands to passers-by, throwing things out of the bus and speaking any language other than English.
    5. Prompt disciplinary action will be taken against those who misbehave in the school bus.
    6. Students are expected to behave well while waiting for the bus at the boarding points and in the Bus. They should enter the bus in a single line. Special consideration should be given to the smaller and disabled students.
    7. One month's notice in writing shall be given for discontinuance of the bus facility. Request for change of boarding points shall be made in writing one month in advance. The use of bus facility or its discontinuance is not admissible for any part on a term.
    8. Nobody will be allowed to board the bus without a valid Pass. Loss of the bus pass shall be reported immediately to the office. The school bus will not wait for latecomers.

    The school cabinet consists of the school leader, assistant leader, sports' captain, sports vice-captain, captains and vice- captains of the four houses.
  • Examinations

    No individual test or examination will be held for any pupil out of the fixed time.

    Parents are expected to co-operate with the school authorities in enforcing regularity and discipline. Hence their help is solicited.
    1. To supervise their home study by revising what has been taught during the day and to make them do their home works.
    2. To sign and return without delay the progress report sent to them after every examination.
    3. Parents are welcome to meet the class teachers occasionally to discuss their children’s progress. However this should be done outside the class hours and with the permission of the principal.
    4. No pupil of the school is allowed to take part in political activities or join organizations sponsored by political Parties.
    5. Criticism of the teachers of the school in the presence of your children should be avoided because it may make them loose respect for their teachers. Should you have a legitimate complaint, please see the principal as early as possible.
    Anonymous Letters & Phone Calls are not welcome

    1. K.G. - Boys
    Light Orange Trousers, Orange Striped Shirt, Orange striped belt, Tie, socks and black shoes.
    Light Orange Skirt, Orange Striped Shirt Orange striped belt, socks and black shoes.
    Wednesday - Boys
    Trouser - NAVY blue and T-Shirt, Navy blue striped belt & socks
    Skirt - Navy blue and T - Shirt, Navy blue striped belt & Socks
    2. Std. I - IV - Boys
    Black Trouser / Pant, Black Checked Shirt
    Black Checked pinafore dress and white shirt, black belt with white strips, white socks and black shoes.
    Blue skrit / trouser and yellow T - Shirt, Blue socks and black shoes.
    3. Std. V - IX - Boys
    Black pant and black checked shirt, Black tie with white strips, black shoes and white socks
    Girls (Mon. Tue.)
    Black checked skirt and white shirt with black coat
    Blue skirt and Yellow T-Shirt

    1. To be always friendly with one another and respectful towards the elders in and out of school.
    2. To avoid vulgarity in talk and behaviour.
    3. To accept whatever work is assigned with joy.
    4. To offer help to any unattended visitor one happens to meet in the school premises.
    5. To rise up when any sister, teacher or visitor enter or passes through any room in which you happen to be alone or with class-mates.
    6. To be courteous and sportsman-like with officials and with opposing teams or different houses.
    7. To avoid throwing bits / sheets of paper in school premises or out of the windows and to pick up such papers when found.
    8. To learn and observe good manners everywhere.
    9. To respect the freedom and rights of others.
    10. To be modest in dress and behaviour.