Aastha International School -

Every Parent is a Teacher to his or her child

  1. Check the haircut, uniform and punctuality of your ward in the morning.
  2. See whether your ward carries books / note books according to the time table for the day. No extra books are allowed is the school bag.
  3. Encourage your ward to take a balanced interest in studies, Co Curricular activities and sports.
  4. Your ward should be instructed to be careful about his/her things. Expensive articles like, Jewellery, Calculators etc. should not be brought to the school.
  5. Encourage your ward to develop a healthy attitude towards the community and the nation.
  6. The school gate closes, 10 minutes after the morning bell.
  7. Parents are expected to co-operate with the school in enforcing regularity and discipline in children seeing that they prepare their lessons at home and take active interest in the activities of the school.
  8. Attend the parent / teacher meetings regularly to ensure Child's progress in school.
  9. Parents are requested to check the diary of the Children at least once a week to ensure whether instructions are being followed by their wards.
  10. Always pay the fees and other dues in time to avoid embarrassment to the child.
  11. No child is permitted to leave the school premises once he/she comes to school.
  12. Books, tiffin, articles etc. will not be delivered to the children from parents or anyone during class hours.
  13. Parents, guardians or visitors are not allowed to walk into class rooms or to see the children or meet their teachers during school hours without the prior permission of the Principal.
  14. Mobile Phones are strictly banned in school. Sick student should not be sent to school.

Education can change the world.

Education is most powerfull weapon which you can choose to change the world
Nelson Mandela

  • It reduces poverty, decreases racism, eliminates gender inequality, prevents needless deaths, and most importantly fosters peace.
  • Education helps lower crime rate. That’s because the educated can differentiate between what’s right and what’s wrong.
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