GUIDELINES FOR THE STUDENTS
MSBSS offers a plethora of co-curricular activities in which students play a major role. For this purpose, the school is divided into four houses – Agni, Jal, Prithvi and Vaayu.
Each pupil is assigned a house at the time of admission. Besides, the Vice captain and the House Prefect, each house has House Masters from among the teaching staff, who are responsible for the student’s progress and all round development. Various house events provide a platform to students to show case their talent and develop imagination and creativity.
Literary Club enhances creativity and dramatic talent of the students by organising cultural activities at primary, middle and senior level The members play an active role in organising various literary events and in bringing out the Annual School Magazine and the Newsletter.
Commerce Club creates interest and provides exposure to the world of commerce and finance by organising group discussions, field trips, industrial visits, interschool events etc.
Eco Club is active in spreading environmental awareness and inculcates a responsible attitude among the school community.
The motto of the club is 5 R’s – Refuse, Reduce, Re-use, Re-charge and Recycle.
Science Club builds a scientific temperament in students by organising activities based on science in everyday life like exhibition of working models, science quiz etc.
French Club organises tours, celebrates International French Day, organises and participates in French interschool activities and Olympiads.
Performing Arts Club identifies talent in music dance and drama and nurtures it through various activities such as inter house and inter school competitions, assembly presentations and annual cultural shows.
Photography Club organises workshops, interschool competitions and captures the school life in cameras.
Heritage Club explores the linkages between different subjects and creates a platform for interdisciplinary approach to education. It aims to inculcate values and preserve the rich heritage of our composite culture and take pride in the unique diversity of India's cultural identity.
Health and Wellness Club organises interclass, intraclass and inter house activities on physical and mental wellness. Orientation programmes and workshops for parents and students on issues related to children at all levels & adolescence issues.
Astronomy Club has fascinated students ever since the inception of the club with its innumerable activities related to the celestial world. It provides focused experience beyond the scope of the school curriculum for groups of motivated students. Students have participated in various programmes, seminars, workshops and competitions
Sports and Games
Sports and Games are compulsory for all students.
Art, Music, Dance, Craft, Yoga, First Aid and Swimming are a compulsory part of the curriculum upto class X. Thereafter, students can choose from Fine Arts, Commercial Arts, Dance (fusion, Indian classical and folk), Music (vocal & instrumental), Textiles, Clay Modelling and Orchestra as part of Art/work Education.
General Guidelines - Code of Conduct
The school is a place where the students learn social skills and co-existence. They should observe codes of conduct and follow these rules.
- Uphold the name of the school and conduct yourself in a proper manner at all times.
- Punctuality and regular attendance at schools are fundamental values.
- Show respect for the rights, property and safety of themselves and others.
- Respect school authorities and accept their guidance and advice (Principal, coordinator, teachers, non-teaching staff and student leaders).
- Maintain a safe and productive learning environment.
- Accept the consequence of your action as decided by the school authority if you break any school rule.
- Be polite, considerate and courteous in language and behaviour.
- Develop sportsmanship qualities on the sportsfield. Accept victory and defeat with equanimity.
- Be compassionate and respectful with the old, infirm and with persons with special needs.
- Respect our culture and heritage, it’s richness, diversity and inclusiveness.
- Conserve the environment by practising the 5 R’s – Refuse- Reduce-Reuse-Recharge-Recycle. Conserve energy, save water, say no to polythene. Eat a healthy and balanced diet. Follow a disciplined lifestyle.
- Observe silence from the time you enter the school to the time of the morning assembly. Avoid extreme language whatever may be the provocation.
Discipline & Good Habits
Attend school regularly and punctually. Late coming and frequent absenteeism is to be avoided.
- You must be in school for assembly by 7:55 a.m.
- You are not allowed to leave school premises during school hours, including recess time.
- Half day leave is not permitted except in an emergency case. You may be given permission to leave school early in an emergency, accompanied by your parents / guardian after submission of an application.
- When you are absent from school and other school programmes, you must submit a medical certificate if sick, or a letter from parents / guardian giving the reason of absence.
- Students are expected to take care of their personal belongings and school property.
- You are not allowed to leave your classroom during the change over period.
- To leave the classroom, permission must be obtained from the teacher in writing and it be presented whenever asked for.
- A sense of responsibility and civic consciousness must be cultivated. Students must help to keep their class rooms, school building and the campus clean and beautiful.
- Your class teacher will make telephone call to your parents/guardian if you are absent from the school. All calls will be recorded in a log book.
Class and School Conduct
- Develop an attitude of gratitude and appreciation for everything that you receive from your elders, parents and teachers and learn to express it in your thoughts, speech and action.
- Adopt a positive learning attitude and try to do your best in tasks, home work/class work, projects assigned to you. Be friendly and helpful towards your school mates.
- Participate actively in all classroom interactions and activities.
- Seek the teacher’s permission if you have a valid reason to leave the classroom.
- Maintain cleanliness in the classroom, update soft boards, switch off lights and fans when not in use
- Maintain silence in the library and while changing classes between periods.
- Do not bring valuables to school/ wear expensive jewellery/ watches etc..
- Do not use mobiles. iPod, Mp3 or any other electronic gadget in school. Use the school telephone if required.
General Information for Parents
A child’s education is a joint responsibility of home and school. Parent’s cooperation and support leads to greater progress of the child.
- The second Saturday and fourth Saturday of every month will be a holiday for the children of classes I to III (unless otherwise specified).
- Circulars:- Do not remove the circular from the school diary till the end of the month.
- Uniform:-Please ensure that your ward comes to school in proper school uniform. The sports uniform is to be worn on Wednesday and Saturday. Girls with long hair will use a black hair band.
- Lunch Box:- Please provide your child a lunch box with a healthy nutritious snack to be eaten in the interval. Do not pack too much food as the children are unable to finish it. Your co-operation will help us inculcate healthy eating habits in the children.
- School Diary:- Parents and guardians should read the dairy and understand the rules it contains. Kindly check your child's school diary everyday to learn of school announcements, notices, circulars etc. You can also communicate any message to the class teacher through the school diary. Failure to do so may put the child to inconvenience or hamper the progress of the child.
Please fill up the student's particulars in the diary at the earliest. It will help us to maintain your child's records in the school. Paste the recent photograph of your ward in regular school uniform in the student’s particulars in the diary.
- Birthdays:- Birthdays are happy occasions. If you wish to share the occasion with other children, please send only toffees for the children. Children are allowed to wear clothes of their choice on birthdays (only upto class V). Make sure that he/she wears a comfortable dress and footwear. Do not send eatables / expensive chocolates / gifts for teachers and children to the school. No individual invitation cards /letters will be distributed in the school.
- Meeting the Teacher :- Parents can meet the teacher at the time of Open House. In case of an emergency or some urgent matter, please call up the school office and fix an appointment, to avoid inconvenience. Parents and guardians should not visit their wards or teachers in the classrooms.
- Attendance:-Regular attendance in school is of utmost importance for the all round development of your child’s personality. Keeping the children home for social functions and trivial reasons makes it difficult for them to cope with school activities. From class VI onwards 75% attendance is compulsory for all students.
- Canteen Facility :-Students of classes 1, 2 and 3 will not be allowed to go the school canteen .Canteen facility can be availed only from class 4 onwards (that too on assigned days).
- School Bag : - Size of the bag should be age appropriate. Please do not send the school bag of your ward to school if your ward remains absent for any reason with the school bus driver or personal driver. The absent work cannot be done by the teacher in the absence of the ward. Children should bring the bag according to the time table.
- English Communication:- As the medium of instruction in the school is English, regular reading habits and conversation in English at home will help your ward in school.
- Private Tuitions :- We do not recommend Private Tuitions. School lessons are activity based and participatory in nature. We discourage rote learning and evaluation is based on understanding and application of the learning. If the child’s performance is not satisfactory, parents should contact the Principal and teachers for guidance.
- Emergency :- In case of emergency of any kind, school sends messages to parents.
- Mobile Phones :- Mobile Phones are not allowed in the school. If a student is found with one, it will be confiscated and returned, on payment of a fine, only to the parent. In case there is a necessity to get it to school, it must be deposited at the reception in the morning and taken back after the school gets over.
- Leave Rules :- Students are not permitted to leave for home during school hours. If he/she has to participate in any personal programme he/she should not come to school. The leave application is to be sanctioned by the Principal before a student proceeds on long leave. In case of an emergency leave, the application should be sent to the reception with the student when he/she joins back.
- Expensive Jewellery etc. :- You are requested to ensure that your ward does not wear any expensive jewellery, watches etc. in school. The school shall not be held responsible for it’s loss.
- Notify the School office of any change in address, e-mail and phone number.
- The school does not sell books, stationary, dress, accessories etc and does not compel purchase from any particular vendor. A store located in the school is just for the convenience of students and parents.
School is a learning ground for your child. Certain norms and discipline rules are to be followed in the school. You are requested to encourage your child to follow school rules and support and co-operate with school authority in case your child is found violating these rules. It will help us inculcate self discipline in the child.
Summer - 7.50 am to 2.00 pm
Winter - 8.20 am to 2.20 pm
The second saturday of every month will be a holiday for the students.
For classes I and II, the fourth saturday will also be a holiday.
Monday to Saturday - 9.00 am to 3.00 pm
The second saturday of every month will be a holiday for the staff.
Your suggestions are always welcome. In case you wish to meet the teachers or the Principal for something specific, please fix prior appointment through the school office, to avoid inconvenience.
School fees are to be paid quarterly in the months of April, July, October and January.
Fees can be deposited at any branch of ICICI bank, Jaipur between 1st and 15th of every quarter i.e. April, July, October & January.
Payment should be made to 'Maharaja Sawai Bhawani Singh School'.
If fees are not deposited by the end of the prescribed month, the name of the student will be struck off the rolls.
One month's written notice is necessary if the child is to be withdrawn. Fees will not be refunded if a child leaves during the session.
Children should not come to school if they are suffering from any illness. An unwell child will be sent back home.
The school authorities and class teacher must be informed if the child is under any medication.
If a student is suffering from any infection or contagious disease, the quarantine period must be observed before returning to classes and a medical fitness certificate from a qualified and recognized physician must be produced at the school office.