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At St. Francis School, Education for Life, Excellence in Education and Commitment to a meaningful Education are our prime importance. Quality education is provided to each and every child. We believe that love for education should be developed for children in initial years and conditions should be created for them to pursue a positive approach in life. A unidirectional teaching method is being increasingly substituted by a multidirectional group workshop method. Here the teacher becomes the group co-ordinator initiating work, nurturing students without the phobia of examinations and homework. Development of oral and written expression is emphasized upon. Home assignments are not a carry-over of class work but oriented towards honing individual talents.
St. Francis School, Dumrikhas is affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), which is the largest educational board in the country and is duly recognized by the Department of Education, Government of NCT Delhi.
The School has students enrolled from class L.K.G. to class 10. We prepare our students for the All India Secodary School Certificate Examination (also a national exam). The students are offered the following of subjects to learn
- Sanskrit (V-VIII only)
- Physics (IX & X only)
- Chemistry (IX & X only)
- Biology (IX & X only)
- Social Science
- History (IX & X only)
- Civics (IX & X only)
- Geography (IX & X only)
- Economics (IX & X only)
- Environmental Studies (I to V only)
- Moral Science
- Art and Craft
- Physical Education
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All students must bring the text books and stationery prescribed for their respective classes. Books must be covered and bear the student’s name and class with section on the cover and inner page. Students are expected to take good care of their belongings.
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Admission & Withdrawal
1. The Management reserves the right to refuse admission to any student without furnishing any reason.
2 The academic year commences in April every year and ends in March in the subsequent year. Admission to L.K.G. will be granted in St. Francis Pre-primary School on the basis of interview. Candidates have to register their names by paying the Registration Fees, which is non- refundable and qualify themselves in interview for admission. The final decision with regard to admission rests with the Principal. Recommendations are not considered and donations are not accepted. Only those candidates who register their names will be called for interview.
MINIMUM AGE REQUIRED FOR VARIOUS CLASSES WILL BE:
L.K.G.- 3.5 years in March Class V – 9.5 years in March
U.K.G. – 4.5 years in March Class VI – 10.5 years in March
Class I – 5.5 years in March Class VII – 11.5 years in March
Class II – 6.5 years in March Class VIII – 12.5 years in March
Class III – 7.5 years in March Class IX – 13. 5 years in March
Class IV – 8.5 years in March Class X – 14.5 years in March
3. The Application Form for Registration/Admission shall be signed only by the parents or lawful/authorised guardians. The form should be accompanied with an authentic document containing the child’s date of birth. It should be only from a Corporation or ‘Anchal Panchayat’. Affidavit or Hospital certificate is not acceptable. Transfer certificate from the institution last attended should be submitted at the time of admission for students class two and above.
4. Special attention must be paid while entering the name and date of birth of the child in the form. The date of birth/ Name once entered in the school records will not be changed.
5. The school reserves the right to admit a pupil to a class suited to his/her level. Admission will be finalised strictly on merit basis after screening/ interview/ interaction/ written test as per the decision of the management and on payment of the prescribed fee. In case of the late admission of students, the full fees from beginning shall be charged.
6. A written test will be conducted for class I and above in English, Hindi, Mathematics and Science to judge the eligibility of the candidate.
7. Once admission is taken, the fees will not be refunded, even if the child is withdrawn.
8. For withdrawal of a student from the school, at least one calendar month’s notice must be given in writing. Application for transfer certificate must be forwarded by the parents / guardians of the student. The transfer certificate will be issued only after the student has paid all the dues and arrears towards the school along with prescribed fee for T. C.
9. If a student is leaving the school in between the academic year he / she will have to pay all the dues and fees for the whole year for the transfer certificate.
10. If the student is absent from the school for three consecutive days, from the day of re-opening, without providing a leave application in writing, his/ her name will be struck off from the rolls. If a student is absent from the school for more than a fortnight without leave application, his / her name be removed from the school rolls. In both cases prescribed re-admission fee will be levied.
11. The school reserves the right to ask the parents to withdraw their child if his / her progress in studies is unsatisfactory, indulges in act of indiscipline, fees are not paid in time or other reasons which in the opinion of the school authorities, render his/ her continuation undesirable in the school. Honesty, cleanliness of person and dress, good manners, gentle behaviour and loyalty are expected of each student. Immoralities, persistent insubordination, willful mischief, malpractices in examinations, harassment of the juniors, teasing and disturbing the girl students, use of abusive languages, quarrels with fellow students, irregularity in attendance, contempt of authority and willful damages to school property are other reasons for dismissal.
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1) Students who avail the school bus/transport facility should report to the assigned pick–up point at least five minutes before the stipulated time.
2) The buses will not wait for any late-comers.
3) The drivers are authorized to stop the buses only at the designated stops. No diversion/extension will be entertained on existing routes.
4) No student will be permitted to board a bus other than the one to which he/she is assigned.
5) Students will board the bus in an orderly manner, giving due priority to younger students.
6) Parents who have ‘self’ transport arrangements should ensure that their wards report to school before the morning assembly begins and pick up the child only after the school hours are over. No cars or any other mode of transport will be permitted to be parked in front of the school during the school hours.
7) Any request to change the bus route/stop must be submitted to the Principal in writing.
8) The following acts are considered as serious violations:
a) Discourtesy and disobedience towards the driver or conductor.
b) Changing places frequently while the bus is in motion.
c) Discourtesy to other children.
d) Pushing and jostling when boarding the bus.
e) Trying to distract bus driver’s attention
f) Destroying bus property.
9) If a child is found having indiscipline or violating any of the above rules, the Principal at his/her discretion may take any disciplinary action, even suspending the offender from the bus and from school.
10) Parents who want their children to avail the school transport should give a written undertaking that the school will not be held responsible for any damage/injury/loss of life or property due to any accident and/or any failure to pick up or reach the students in time.
11) The bus service is liable to be withdrawn or changed from any area as and when it is not found feasible. Transport charges vary according to the distances. However, transport charges may be increased when the need arises, and this may be done without prior notice.
12) A calendar month’s notice must be given in writing before withdrawing a pupil from the school transport facility. However, students who have availed school transport facility for the second and third quarter will not be allowed to discontinue during the last quarter.
13) Parents are responsible for ensuring the safe return of their children after school hours, when transport is not provided by the school.
14) The school is not responsible for any student boarding a wrong bus from the school or going to another student’s house, without prior permission from the parents and verification of the same by the school authority.
15) Parents are required to educate their children to board the proper bus and in case of any doubt, advise them to stay back in the school for remedial action.
16) The school transport facility will be made available only if seating capacity in a given bus route is available. Admission to the school doesn’t guarantee the transport facility.
17) Parents are expected to make their own transport arrangements whenever students have to come before or after the school hours for any competition or activity.
18) The transport fee is charged for entire year.
19) No student will be permitted to board a bus unless and until he/she is registered his/her name for it. If found otherwise even ones a month’s fee will be charged as penalty.
20)No parent/guardian is allowed to board school bus.