Aims & Objectives
The primary aim of St. Clare's Sec. School is to realize the Education Vision of the Institute by imparting integral formation (religious, moral, social, cultural and physical) based on principles of Christian faith, to the members of the Christian Community.
It also imparts integral education (spiritual, mental, moral, cultural and physical) to all others admitted to this institution irrespective of caste or race.
Education Vision of the Clarist Franciscan Sisters of the Most Blessed Sacrament
- The Institute of the Clarist Franciscan Sisters of the Most Blessed Sacrament, founded by Mother Seraphina Farolfi in 1898, is a Religious Society committed to :
- The society considers School as an effective agent in promoting the integral formation of the child in the Gospel spirit of love and freedom - a love that excludes no one because of religion, region, culture or race-in order to shape a better human society.
- Its educational services aim at forming students to be intellectually competent, morally sound, psychologically whole, spiritually oriented, culturally integrated, socially responsible, growing in friendly and harmonious interpersonal relationship, imbued with a deep sense of noble values and concern for the less fortunate and ever open to further growth.
- The society' endeavours to create a school climate as the nucleus of a wider society by :
- Acknowledging God's tender love as the binding force of our pluralistic community and following the teaching of Jesus Christ, the Master.
- Providing a healthy and morally sound life-style that liberates the child from the forces of evil in the cultural, economic, social and political order.
- Rejecting counter values that threaten human dignity, viz, violence, racial hatred, injustice, daily crime etc.
- Rooting out all manifestation of egoism, namely, rebellion, jealousy, prejudice, antipathy, hatred, revenge etc.
- Fostering noble virtues like affection, respect, obedience, gentleness, forgiveness, gratitude, helpfulness, service and good example.
- Promulgating peace, justice, freedom, concern and progress for all, especially the downtrodden, bearing in mind that everyone is a child of the same Father, created in His own image.
|i)||the education of the young with a preferential option for the poor, the marginalized and the underprivileged in the slum/interior rural areas.|
|ii)||the care of the orphaned/destitute children, working girls from lower income group and lonely old women.|
|iii)||the service of the sick especially in the remote regions.|
In its pursuit of excellence - the fullest possible development of all the dimension of the pupil's personality, the society strives to engage men and women of high professional competence, moral integrity and dedication.
For the realization of its education objectives, the society relies on the whole hearted co-operation of the parents, the authentic personal witness of inspired, competent, committed teachers and the genuine receptivity of students.
Norms of Discipline
School expects of every student to contribute towards the discipline of the School.
|1.||No one should be late for School.|
|2a.||They should come to school in clean, neat and proper uniform. Those coming in crumpled or stained uniforms or unpolished shoes are liable to be sent back home or fined. A slip/chemise must be worn by girl students. No fancy or costly ornaments should be worn.|
|2b.||At the first bell all the students must fall in line for the assembly and after the assembly, move silently to their classroom. Running or shouting on the School verandah or premises is forbidden.|
|3.||Every student must carry his/her Identity Card and Handbook to School everyday.|
|4.||Students must speak English even in their private conversation in the School.|
|5.||It is vitally important that changes in residence / office addresses and telephone numbers be communicated in writing to the office immediately when they occur.|
|6.||Care must be exercised for all school property and no student should scratch the desk or any other furniture. They should not write or draw anything on any furniture or wall. Things belonging to others should not be damaged. Damage done by accident should be reported at once to the class teacher Or the Principal. Any damage done will be made good by the one who causes it. Anyone who sees n something damaged should report the ma tte if he/she does not know who has done it.|
|7.||Order must be the hall-mark of the School.|
|7a.||It is the duty of all the students to keep their classrooms and other places in and around the School, clean and orderly; they should cultivate the habit of using the dustbin.|
|7b.||No pupil is allowed to write on the black board unless asked to do so by the teacher.|
|7c.||Before leaving the classroom students will pick up waste paper and any unwanted material from the floor and desks and place it in the waste paper basket; will leave desks and benches in proper arrangement; will switch off lights and fans; will close windows; in general the room will be left in a condition to be used again.|
|7d.||Students are not allowed to enter classrooms other than their own.|
|8.||The school reserves to itself the right to suspend / dismiss students whose diligence or progress in studies is unsatisfactory or whose conduct is harmful to other students or whose guardians show little interest in the progress of their wards. Immorality, grave insubordination, contempt of authority, wilful damage to property, repeated indisciplined behaviour and repeated absenteeism are sufficient reasons for immediate suspension / dismissal.|
|9.||Students who have been suspended will not be permitted to be a pad of school excursions and other such school activities.|
|10.||Special care must be taken by teachers and pupils to maintain an atmosphere of silence and serious work during class hours.|
|11.||During the recess, pupils are expected to leave the class rooms and go to the playground. No student may leave the class in between teaching periods.|
|12.||The School is not responsible for goods or money lost. Students are not permitted to bring valuable articles (like expensive watches, cameras and fountain. pens) to School. Students are not allowed to bring mobile phones, walkman, i-pods, CD, Novels, Newspapers, Periodicals, Comics, MP-3 Players or any item which may be considered objectionable to school. These will automatically be confiscated and will not be returned.|
|12a.||The students are requested not to wear any ornaments. Wearing of necklaces, hanging earrings, finger rings with stones, and application of nail polish, mehendi etc. is prohibited.|
|13.||Running and shouting inside the school building is forbidden and unbecoming. The students must always greet their teachers, elders and friends in a pleasant and low tone of voice wherever they meet them in the school or outside.|
|14.||Students are responsible to school authorities for their conduct not only in the School but also for their general behaviour outside. Any such report or observed objectionable conduct outside the School on the part of the pupils will make them liable to disciplinary action. It is expected that through their good behaviour they enhance the prestige of the school.|
|15.||No pupil shall leave the school premises during the school hours or recess without the written application from their parents counter-signed by the Principal/ School office. These applications must be submitted in the office before the class begins. Parents or someone responsible should accompany him/her if he/she is late to school or wants to leave the school during the school hours.|
|16.||No collection for any purpose whatsoever may be made in the school without the permission of the Principal.|
|17.||Students shall not offer gifts or entertain teachers without the permission of the Principal.|
|18.||Students are not allowed to celebrate their birthday in school with cakes, soft drinks, pastries and other expensive items. Party dresses are not permitted from class Ill onwards.|
|19.||The School will take all possible care and precaution to safeguard the children when they are in the school campus. However, it will not be held responsible for any mishap during their stay in the School. However First-aid will be rendered immediately. Parents are encouraged to have their children undergo Medical Examinaticn regularly for general well being, specially dental, eye and ear care.|
|20.||Parents are solely responsible for arranging transport for their children.|
|21.||Leave of absence is not granted without PRIOR WRITTEN APPLICATION from parent/guardian except in cases of unforeseen circumstances and only for serious reasons.|
|22.||No one who is late or has been absent on the previous day will be admitted to the class without producing a leave application duly signed by the parent/guardian.|
|23.||Repeated absence from School for more than ten consecutive days without leave or unexplained absence renders the student liable to have her/his name struck off the rolls. Readmission, if granted, will be done on payment of Rs. 500/-.|
|24.||All are expected to attend class on the last day before the vacations and on the opening day after the vacations. Those absent without leave application will be fined at the rate of Rs. 100 per day. Those absent because of sickness must present Medical Certificate before they are admitted to class. Fine money is used entirely to help the financially under-privileged students of this School.|
|25.||A student returning to School after suffering from the infectious or contagious disease should produce a doctor's certificate to the effect that the child is fit to rejoin. The prescribed period of quarantine is :|
|Chicken Pox : Six days after the disappearance of the first crop of vesicles.|
|Measles : Seven days from the appearance of the rash.|
|Mumps : Until the swelling of salivary glands has subsided which may be after nine days from the appearance of distinctive symptoms.|
|26.||Students who are regularly sick and fall short of the required 75% of attendance may be asked to leave the school on grounds of physical unfitness.|