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The Parent-Teacher Forum was set up many years ago on the guidelines provided by the Central Board of Secondary Education. The general body of the forum is constituted of all the parents whose children are studying in the school. The executive committee of the forum is a nominated body represented by parents and teachers of the school. The principal of the school is the ex-officio president of the forum.
The PTF plays a pivotal role is making decisions from time to time regarding the welfare of the school. It facilitates closer association between parents and teachers in their effort to make the school an ideal place for the all round education of children. It also offers parents a platform to express their views freely and frankly, thereby involving them in process of mutual participation aimed at the welfare of the children studying in the school.
Our expectations from Parents and Guardians
Parents must realize that school is a virtual second home for children. They need all the considerations in the favor by way of safety and security, love and co-curricular work. It is from this point of view that we expect parents and guardians to follow the norms given below extremely meticulously.
Parents are expected to go through the school calendar carefully and make a note of important dates and events, especially parent-teacher meetings, tests and examinations. We expect the parents to come in large numbers and meet the concerned teachers to discuss not only the academic progress but also other areas of personality development like attitude, aptitude, confidence building etc.
Parents may please see that their child adheres to the school uniform strictly.
Wearing of fancy shoes, jewellery, unruly hair and fancy hair cuts like mushroom cut etc., streaking/highlighting of hair by fashion hair colours, is not permitted. Skirt hemlines are to be knee length. (divided)
Parents/guardians are not permitted to enter class rooms to meet their children or to seek unscheduled interviews with teachers during school hours.