Review your children’s text books so that you know what they are learning in school.
Praise their efforts and not just their accomplishments.
Stress positive values like caring, loyalty, trust, honesty, respect and responsibility.
Use newspapers as ‘Family’ text books: Use the world, national and sports pages to discuss current events.
Make a deal, limit TV watching and then spend some of this time watching programme with your child, pose questions about, and discuss the shows you choose to watch.
Show that you are interested in your children’s welfare by asking about school, their teachers, friends and listening to what they tell you.
Give your child your individual attention. Remember that you can’t compensate your absence with gifts.
“Being with your child at all times is the best gift you can give to him/ her.”
Visit the school and get to know the teachers and the Principal of your child.
Know what is in your Child’s school records. Ask for clarifications and voice concerns.


A personal point tally system is followed to keep a track of student’s day to day activities as well as their strong and weak points


Pupils should keep the class rooms and school premises absolutely clean, thus promoting clean environment
Damages to school property, disfiguring of walls, indecent language or behaviour are serious offences which may entail punishment and even dismissal.
Pupils should at all times show respect and reverence to school authorities and members of the staff. They should remember that every child of this institution is a gentleman or lady in the making.
Pupils should be responsible for the safety of their belongings . They are advised not to bring any costly articles to the school.
A student must obtain prior written permission from the Principal before joining any course or activity, not conducted or organized by the school. These activities should never clash with the school programmes.
Only English should be spoken in the school premises and in the school bus, to acquire greater fluency in the use of the language.
Collection of funds or giving gifts to anyone for any purpose, must be with the permission of the Principal.
Pupils should not bring any magazine, periodicals or CD’s to the school with out the permission of the Principal.
Students are expected to take part in the co-curricular activities of the school as part of their civic, cultural and leadership training.
Though every care is taken to ensure the safety and welfare of the students, accidents are possible. The school will not be held responsible for accidents, small or serious that happen to the students during the school hours.
In all, it must be noted that the school is keen on the children maintaining a presentable personality in dress, language and outlook. Every pupil is expected to keep the high tone of the school by excelling in conduct, good manners and cleanliness both in and out of the school.


( Affiliated to CBSE, New Delhi, No. 9304242)

Anakkara Idukki Dist., Kerala - 685512, India

Administered by Montfort Brothers of St. Gabriel