The Ab's Rowland School, Varanasi (UP)

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9918800793

theabsrowlandschool@gmail.com

07:30 AM - 2:30 PM

Monday to Saturday

09:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Sunday

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9918800793

theabsrowlandschool@gmail.com

07:30 AM - 2:30 PM

Monday to Saturday

09:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Sunday

Parents Role & Cooperation

Education of children is a tripartite venture involving the school, parents and the society. The three have very responsible roles to play in the formation of their child’s character and personality. The importance of co-operation from the parents, their constant guidance, love and understanding will ever support our children as they walk in their journey through school.

  • We encourage the parents to visit the school and be aware of the progress of your child.
  • We request parents not to enter the class-room, meet the teacher or your child directly without the prior permission of the Principal.
  • Parent-Teacher Meeting is once in two months. This gives you an opportunity to check the progress of your child, give and take suggestion from the school.
  • Facilitate your child to have a dream in life, teach right values and encourage them to see the positive qualities of life.
  • Train your child to do what one ought to do and not to do what one likes to do.
  • What the child gets in the family, the child gives to the society.
  • Home is the place where the child’s character is formed and the school helps in the full flowering of the child’s personality. Thus to develop and bring forth the innate qualities in children, maximum co-operation between the parents and the school authorities is a must.
  • Parents should instill in the child respect for and obedience to school rules.
  • The Parents should see to it that the work assigned for the next day is completed and cleanliness in work should be emphasized. Parents must check the diary for any remarks by the teacher and sign it duly.
  • Habitual absence of the child should be discouraged and information must be given in case of leave. In case of illness, a child should not be sent to school.
  • Parents should try to develop in the child, habits of working on his/her own.
  • Criticism of teachers/school authorities should be avoided in front of the child.
  • Giving presents to staff members is not allowed. A child should be encouraged to inculcate good habits, punctuality, cleanliness, respect etc.
  • Changes in address or telephone number should be immediately intimated to the school.
  • Any person other than the parent coming to take the child must bring an authorized letter from the parent/ guardian
  • Private tuition is strongly discouraged especially from our school teachers.
  • Parent-Teacher Meeting should be regularly attended.