Our Lady of Pillar Convent School

Our Lady of Pillar Convent School

(The Congregation of Srs. of Charity of St. Anne)

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info@ourladyofpillar.in
+91-9587118444
CBSE Affiliation No. 1730418

Our Expectations from Parents and Guardians

It becomes imperative for us, parents and teachers, to continue to motivate as well as guide children in facing the challenges ahead. This can only be possible if we work in union. We also seek your valuable cooperation in order to inculcate discipline in our children. We look forward to healthy and positive support from your end so that children are not penalised for your oversight. Together we can and we will make a difference in our children.

  1. Parents are expected to co-operate with the school authorities in enforcing regularity and discipline. Please see that your children prepare their lessons and complete their homework regularly. Parents should take an active and helpful interest in the activities of the school.
  2. Parents and families play a significant role in affecting a child's confidence and motivation to become a good student. Encourage your ward to take balanced interest in Studies, Co-curricular activities and Sports.
  3. Parents are expected to go through the school calendar carefully and make a note of important dates and events, especially parents- teacher meets, and tests and assessments.
  4. Children should do their homework by themselves. They should not be helped in it by parents or by tutors unless they really need it. It is important that the children develop a habit of studying and working on their own.
  5. Do check the bag of your ward for any circular, worksheet, invitation or homework given. The almanac should be seen and countersigned daily.
  6. See that your ward carries books/exercise books according to the Time Table for that day. No extra books will be allowed.
  7. See that he/she is prepared for the assessment/ tests and brings answer sheets and other required thing to school on that day.
  8. Parents should be aware of what the children are learning, in terms of their assignments, projects and assessments.
  9. Remarks made in the almanac should be seen and signed the same day as a proof that you have read them. Circulars, planners, invitations should be acknowledged duly, if any, and take necessary action.
  10. Kindly ensure that all the details in the almanac are complete. Please maintain the correct information in the almanac.
  11. Parents and guardians must immediately inform the School in case there is a change in their address and/or telephone number etc.
  12. Any communication that parents wish to make with the School must be addressed to the Principal only and not to the class teachers. Mention your child's name, address, phone number, admission number, class and section, clearly on it.
  13. You are requested to pay special attention to the personal cleanliness of your child. Kindly see that your child attends the school in proper prescribed uniform. Parents may please see that their child adheres to the school uniform strictly. The name, class and section of the student should be clearly marked on all the belongings. Blazers and sweaters should also bear the name of the student.
  14. Parents are expected to co-operate with the school by ensuring that their children traveling in the buses report at their embarking points well on time, carry their Identity card with them all the time and behave in a disciplined way, in the interest of their own safety as well as that of the other users.
  15. Once the child has come to the school, parents and guardians are not permitted to take him/her back home during the school hours unless there is a major emergency. In such cases, the permission of the Principal is mandatory. However, under unavoidable circumstances the child would be allowed to go with parents only, for security reason.
  16. Irregularity in attending school is a major disruptive force in student life. It leads to a lack of sustained interest in studies. It also isolates a student from his/her companions for he/she misses opportunities for shared work and fun. Hence, the school takes a serious view of parents who do not ensure their ward's regular attendance.
  17. Parents must discourage absence from school on flimsy grounds. If the child is absent from school, he/she must make up for all the work missed by him/her.
  18. Parents should fill up the "Record for Non-Attendance" in the almanac for each day of the student's absence from school, stating the reason for the same.
  19. Parents are requested to ensure that they themselves sign the leave letters and other documents related to their wards.
  20. Children, who are ill, should not be sent to school even if examinations are going on.
  21. Parents must inform the school of serious medical conditions (including surgeries, diseases, chronic illnesses, and allergies).
  22. Parents are expected to co-operate with the school by ensuring that their children traveling in the buses report at their embarking points well on time, carry their Identity card with them all the time and behave in a disciplined way, in the interest of their own safety as well as that of the other users.
  23. Once the child has come to the school, parents and guardians are not permitted to take him/her back home during the school hours unless there is a major emergency. In such cases, the permission of the Principal is mandatory. However, under unavoidable circumstances the child would be allowed to go with parents only, for security reason.
  24. Irregularity in attending school is a major disruptive force in student life. It leads to a lack of sustained interest in studies. It also isolates a student from her companions for she misses opportunities for shared work and fun. Hence, the school takes a serious view of parents who do not ensure their ward's regular attendance.
  25. Parents must discourage absence from school on flimsy grounds. If the child is absent from school, he/she must make up for all the work missed by him/her.
  26. Parents should fill up the "Record for Non-Attendance" in the almanac for each day of the student's absence from school, stating the reason for the same.
  27. Parents are requested to ensure that they themselves sign the leave letters and other documents related to their wards.
  28. Children, who are ill, should not be sent to school even if examinations are going on.
  29. Parents must inform the school of serious medical conditions (including surgeries, diseases, chronic illnesses, and allergies).
  30. By allowing children to use motorised modes of transportations such as scooters, motor cycles and any kind of four wheelers, parents jeopardise their safety besides the illegality involved in permitting an under age child to use these means.
  31. No vehicles, including motorbikes, scooters and any kind of four wheelers, are permitted on campus except for those belonging to the teachers.
  32. Parents/Guardians are not permitted to enter class rooms to meet their children or to seek unscheduled interviews with teachers during school hours. No parent shall be entertained without an appointment. In case of emergency, parents/guardians must meet the Principal and adopt a course of action in consultation with them.
  33. Parents are requested to come with prior appointment if they want to meet a teacher. For this, kindly send an application (with genuine reason) to the Principal seeking an appointment. The school will then send a green card with which they can enter the school and meet the teacher. Please do abide by the time allotted for the meeting. Parents are requested not to go directly to the class to meet the teachers as the teachers will not be able to leave their classes to attend to them.
  34. All visitors to the school are required to enter their names, addresses and contact numbers in a register kept at the front gate.
  35. Parents are requested to send the lunch box or art / craft material or any other material required along with the student. Any packet sent to school later will not be accepted due to security reasons.
  36. No Strangers Are Allowed To Meet Children and Teachers.
  37. Giving presents to the staff (or non-teaching staff) or other demonstrations of gratitude or good will in their honor is not allowed except with the prior permission of the Principal.
  38. Parents and guardians must know that no school teacher is allowed to take private tuitions. As such, they should not press the teachers (or their relatives) of this school to accept private tuition for their wards without consulting the school authorities. In any cases, the permission of the Principal is mandatory.
  39. Parent-teacher meet will be arranged periodically (every second Saturday of the month) and information about the same will be given well in advance. The parents should make it a point to take this opportunity to discuss the academic progress and personality development of their children.
  40. We expect the -parents to come in large numbers in Parents-Teacher Meet along with their child and his/her School Almanac (both are compulsory to be entertained) and meet the concerned teachers to discuss not only the academic progress but also other areas of personality development like Attitude, Aptitude, Life skills, Values and Co-Scholastic skills etc. Don't make comparisons with his/her friends or siblings.
  41. The school administration will take a serious view of parents regularly absenting themselves from Parents-Teacher Meet or showing indifference towards their children's education.
  42. We expect parents and guardians to be cordial and polite with the staff of the School even in the most taxing situations.
  43. Your attention is drawn to the fact that criticism of a teacher/s or school in the presence of the child causes him / her to lose respect for the same and will hinder his / her progress.
  44. Parents too need to look beyond their child's academic performance and should seek an honest opinion regarding his shortcomings. An insight into the psychology of the parents and the ability to evaluate the kind of atmosphere they are providing to the child at home.
  45. The main purpose of disciplining the child is to make sure that he develops the right set of moral values, attitude, aptitude and manners. Children themselves are unable to identify the need for rules and regulations but it is the responsibility of the parent to make sure that the child isn't getting away with too many liberties. An excess of freedom at one point in childhood could backfire as the child develops a mind of his own and doesn't respect the opinion of his parents/teachers anymore.
  46. Children tend to pick up abusive language / foul words from the media and different sources without understanding their meaning. We are taking requisite measures to counsel and check them at our end and request you to take corrective action at your end too.
  47. As the medium of instruction in the school is English, children should be helped to follow their classes daily and intelligently by a certain amount of English conversation at home.
  48. Parents should limit the amount of time spent by children, watching the television and using computer. They should help the child choose the appropriate programs for viewing. Some TV or computer programs help raise the level of curiosity in certain subjects and act as a resource for the lessons being taught in school.
  49. Please do ensure that no net - surfing by your ward is done at home without your supervision and close monitoring.
  50. Rules aren't just for the child. The parents should be sincere enough to present themselves as good role models. Once this is established, the child has practically no excuse to break the rules or consistently disobey his parents.
  51. Your child is watching you Give him a favorable environment at home to grow and develop into a healthy individual.
  52. Raising children are demandinggive them time and attention. Spend quality time with your child as isolation totally haunts them and ultimately defeats their self-esteem.
  53. Make things simple for your child. Avoid over-indulgence.
  54. Appreciate your child whenever he does well as motivation makes him confident. It will help him achieve success in life.
  55. If you find your little one turning rebellious, it's high time you teach your child manners.
  56. Keep negativity and loneliness at bayencourage your child to speak to more friends.
  57. Help your child adopt a positive attitude towards failure and prepare them to face life fearlessly and courageously.
  58. Don't let him find love in drugs, bad relations shower your genuine love on him.
  59. Yoga and meditation help your child from maddening anger. Help him relax his mind.
  60. As your child advances in age, guide him/her to become a resourceful member of home and the country. Encourage self-help for work and study. Children should be taught to keep their room tidy, make their own bed, polish their own shoes, carry their own bag etc. The formation of such habits early in life inculcates in them the idea of the dignity of work, a fundamental personal virtue, necessary for successful career in life.
  61. Please read and explain the school rules to your ward.
  62. Parents are requested to visit the school website regularly.
School Address
Our Lady of Pillar Convent School,
Gangana Road, Pal Village, Jodhpur 342001 (Raj.)
Contact No. +91-9587118444 | +91-9587118333
School Hours
Monday - Saturday : 07:30 am - 01:30 pm
Principal Office Hours : 08:00 am - 10:30 am
School Office Time : 08:00 am - 11:00 am