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General Information to Parents and Guardians

  1. School Rules.
    • A set of school rules have been laid down, in order to facilitate the smooth running of the
      This is for the benefit of your child and the school community. Students must strictly
      adhere to these rules at all times.

Security Measures

  • After school, children could be picked up from the front main gate until 5.30 p.m., after which time they should be picked up from the Nursery/Hostel gate (remove full-stop from here and insert after brackets) (children are not permitted to be in the front area of the school after 5.30 p.m.).
  • Parents are advised to be very cautious when entrusting children to van drivers.
  • In the event of a national emergency, the school authorities will permit children to be picked up by parents/guardians only. In the event we are unable to contact a parent /guardian please give us the name contact details of a responsible person with whom we could communicate. Persons other than parents/guardians will be required to satisfy the school authorities of their bona-fides before taking children out of school. This measure is taken in the interest of your child.
    In the case of Nursery/KG children, persons unfamiliar to the class teacher should be first introduced to the teacher by the parent.
  • Vehicles bringing children to school are not permitted to drive into the school premises and are not permitted the use of the “side road” leading to the hostel, except on rainy days.
  1. Administration
  • Students’ Calendar –

A “Students’ Calendar” which lists out dates of all main school events, including “Open Days” will be given to all students at the beginning of each term – contents should be carefully noted by parents/guardians and necessary preparations made on time. However, dates and times may change due to unavoidable circumstances.

  • Appointments with the Principal/Vice Principal –

Parents could contact the Personal Assistant to the Principal at the Office for appointments to meet the Principal or Vice-Principal. In an emergency, parents/guardians could meet the Principal or Vice-Principal without an appointment.

  • “Open Day” –

There will be at least two Open Days each term. This is in order to give parents/guardians an opportunity to meet the teachers, and if necessary the Principal/Vice-Principal, to discuss the academic and general progress of their children.

  1. Medical Emergencies
  • Any medical condition or allergy a student has or may acquire during her tenure at Ladies’ College, should be notified within a week in writing (signed by parent/guardian) to the Principal.
  • In the event of a medical emergency, Ladies’ College will contact a leading hospital, in close proximity to the school and/or a company that the school has registered with, for medical assistance. Minor medical needs of children are attended to by a trained nurse who is a full time employee of the school.
  1. Attendance
  • Parents/guardians are requested to ensure that their children are punctual. Students of the Primary, Middle and Upper Schools should be in class before 7.40 a.m. Please see the school times for the Nursery & Kindergarten on page 3. Parents/guardians are requested to discourage and prevent children from staying away from school for trivial reasons.
  1. Payment of Fees
  • Ladies’ College is a non-assisted private school and we depend totally on school fees for the running of the school. Hence, it is of utmost importance that all fees are paid on time.A statement giving the term fees for the year would be sent at the beginning of each academic year. You are required to pay accordingly. Any additional payments, statutory or otherwise which may arrive in the course of the year, will be given with due notice in writing. A discount will be granted to those who settle the entire year’s fees before a pre-determined date. The rate of discount will be notified at the beginning of the year.

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