Absence
  • Leave of absence is granted on a written application from parents or guardians but only for serious reasons.

  • If any student absents herself for more than a week without intimating the school about the reason for absence, her name will be struck off the roll.

  • Please refer to page 6 of the diary. It is also compulsory to attend school when events such as Sports Day, Kaleidoscope and inter-house competitions are held.

  • Appointments with doctors, dentists and other medical personnel must not be arranged during school hours.

  • It is compulsory for a student who is absent for a day to bring a leave note addressed to the Principal/Headmistress and signed by the student's parent/guardian. If the absence is due to a long illness/contagious disease, a doctor's fitness certificate is essential, in addition to the leave letter.

  • Children who are suffering from measles, Chicken Pox and other infectious diseases should not be sent to school until the quarantine period is over.

Measles - 11 days from the day of onset of cold and fever;

Chicken Pox - 2 weeks after rash appears and till the crust has completely fallen off.

This is a preventive measure to protect your child and the spread of the disease in the school. Serious action will be taken if a child with fever, measles, chicken pox or any other contagious disease is sent to school.