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Vidyalaya’s Educational Camp Activities will be inaugurated on 3.8.2016 at GSS JAIN GURUKUL -Nallur Village, Thirukazhukundram

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Dear Parent,

Hearty Greetings!

We wish to bring the following important observations to your notice to take suitable necessary action at your end for the safety of the students.

1. Auto-drivers are giving instructions to the students to come out and wait near the temple gate/college gate/ Mohar India store at the time of evening dispersal, which is not encouraging. It must be avoided.

2. Auto-drivers sometimes request other Auto-drivers to take the children if they are not able to come and pick up, which leads to confusion. They should inform the parents to make alternate arrangements.

3. We will be issuing visitors/Gate pass very soon to the Escorts. Without this pass your child will not be allowed to go out.

4. Over loading of students in the Auto is strictly not allowed, as per instruction from the city police commissioner office.

5. Students need not wait at the School un necessarily, after the School activities are over.

Kindly, instruct your automan to follow the guidelines.

We solicit your kind co-operation.




1. Your ward should be regular and punctual to school

LKG and UKG I st shift - 8.00 am to 11.30 am

LKG and UKG II nd shift - 11.00am to 2.30 pm

2. ID cards should be pinned up neatly and worn regularly.

3. Send napkins, spare dress and hand kerchiefs every day.

4. Snack bag should be labeled clearly.

5. Any circular given must be filled and responded properly. Check the diary on regular basis for the communication to parents from the teachers.

6. Maintain uniforms and shoes as given below:

A. Monday ,Tuesday and Thursday - Regular uniform with black canvas shoes

B. Wednesday - White uniform and white canvas shoe

C. Friday - Colour dress for LKG for UKG as usual

7. Nails should be cut once a week and boys should have regular hair cuts.

8. Parents can meet teachers only on Tuesday ‘s and Friday’s 2.30 to 3.00 p.m.

9. While availing leave the leave letter should be sent along with the child on the day he/she attends the school. For long or medical leave, parents should meet and inform the K.G. Co-ordinator on Tuesday’s or on Friday’s and after the approval of the Principal leave may be granted.

10. Leave letter should be sent following the format given in the diary.

11. Over feeding is not good for health, only limited quantity should be sent (snacks/lunch) as school provides nutrition supplement every day.

12. Kindly avoid junk food like chips, kurkure , khakra and chocolates. They are totally banned in our school. Send fruits, salads , idlis, noodles, chappathi’s for snacks and lunch.

13. During Birthday’s presentation of gifts to our children is not allowed. If parents wish they can donate education CD’s for K.G.library.

14. Children should not wear gold ornaments for the safety of the child and school.

15. Fancy hair clips, watches, bangles, hairbands, pencil boxes and play items should be avoided.

16. Scocks should be washed everyday and shoe must be put in the open or talc-cum power can be used. Shoes should polished regularly.

17. Refer the syllabus book for the K.G. class for practicing the children at home daily.

Kindly solicit your co-operation. PRINCIPAL


Dear Parents,

The children studying in K.G. classes are completing their daily oral and written tasks in the school campus itself. Home Assignments are given during the weekend, to keep them in touch with the routine. Meanwhile, the parents at home can practice the following to enable the child to learn and practice various values of life. We appeal to the parents that you have to necessarily spend your valuable time with your child to encourage them through your interaction/communication. Here are few suggested guidelines for alternative tasks to be practiced at home environment by the parents.

1. Spend adequate time for effective oral interaction with your child.

2. Tell value based stories to improve the listening skills.

3. Make them to tell rhymes, stories, about their friends, activities in school etc.,

4. Send school diary regularly.

5. Check up their bags and school diary daily.

6. Gift them book of their choice to develop reading habits (cartoon, picture books, small story books etc.,)

7. Present them drawing/art/craft books to improve their creativity.

8. Engage them in colouring work/music/fine arts/ scribbling/tearing papers during holidays.

9. Teach them good manners and practices good habits at home.

10. Encourage book reading and picture talk.

11. Allow them to talk to elderly people at home and listen to them for more value based stories.

12. Allow them to play in groups and relax themselves, particularly in the evening hours.

13. Parents should spare their time to play with their children often to develop good understanding.

14. Guide the children in arranging and keep their belongings in the appropriate places, to avoid searching.

15. Guide them to watch selected TV channels and programmes to improve their knowledge and ability.

16. Never compare/criticize/condemn your child with other children in your family on any occasion don’t pressurize your child.

17. Educational CD’S,DVD’S may be utilized at home to provide extended learning experience to the child.

18. Take your child along with you to various public places like market ,railway station, postoffice, bank ,temples ,library etc., to improve their observation skills particularly on holidays.

19. Guide them to nature plants at your garden.

All the above stated guide lines may help you to engage your child very beneficially at home. The confidence, ability, knowledge, values and understanding level of the child would certainly increased to greater level provided all the above mentioned activities are practiced regularly by the parents. Home assignments does not mean repetition. Textual work at their own place. It is an experience of learning new concepts. We sincerely appeal to you practice the same at your convenience regularly for the upliftment of the child. Alternatives to homework enables to child learn a lot by their experience with the people in and around in the society.

We solicit your kind co-operation.