Attendance & Holidays
RULES OF ATTENDANCE
- If the child remains absent, notify the centre immediately.
- A child is expected to attend school regularly. A child who is not regular in attendance (for more than two weeks continuously) without any valid reason maybe asked to withdraw from the school
- It is important to inculcate the value of punctuality from any early age. Emphasize the value of reaching on time to school each day and help the child achieve the same.
- If the child is suffering from any of the following, he / she should not be sent to school (The school should be informed about the absence). Also if the child develops any of the following after coming to school, he / she will be temporarily excluded from the class and sent home as soon as possible.
- Fever with behavioral changes.
- Uncontrollable coughing
- Persistent crying
- Difficult breathing, wheezing
- Diarrhea (watery stools and or with blood in stool)
- Vomiting – 2 or more episodes
- Persistent abdominal pain
- Mouth sores with drooling
- Rash with fever
- Purulent conjunctivitis
- Skin boils
- Herpes simplex and herpes zoster Diarrhea (watery stools and or with blood in stool)
LIST OF HOLIDAYS
The school will observe a total of 16 holidays in the entire academic session out of which 8 holidays will be compulsory, as per the compulsory holiday list given below. depending upon local traditions/ requirements the center coordinator, shall promulgate at the beginning of the year the remaining holidays for the children.
COMPULSORY HOLIDAY LIST (CHL)
3 Raksha Bandhan
5 Guru Nanak Jayanti
6 Bakri Eid
7 Republic Day