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LEAVE AND ABSENCE

LEAVE OF ABSENCE


Pupils who have been absent from class must have the reason entered in the Regularity Record stating briefly the cause of the absence or delay. Reasons of a private nature may be submitted in a letter. Absence from school in order to study is not allowed. Leave of absence is not granted except with prior written application from the parent or guardian.


1. No one who is late for school or has been absent for more than three days continuously will be allowed to attend school without the                   permission of the Principal.

2. Leave will be granted only in case of a very urgent or serious matter.

3. Parents need to apply for leave using the format given at the end of the diary.

4. Every absence (sick leave or otherwise) must be entered briefly in ink in the Leave Record pages given in the diary and signed by the                   parent/guardian.

5. Absence without leave or unexplained absence for more than 15 consecutive days renders the students liable to have their names struck off     the rolls.Readmission, if granted, will be done on payment of readmission fee.

6. Unapproved leave of absence for more than three days after a vacation renders the students liable to have their names struck off the rolls.          Readmission, if granted, will be done on payment of a readmission fee.

7. No pupil is allowed to leave the school premises during school hours. Letters from parents in this regard will not be entertained.

8. Students absent on account of serious or prolonged illness must produce a medical and a fitness certificate upon returning to school.                 Permission to enter the class will be given only on the basis of the fitness certificate in case of contagious and infectious diseases.

            a) Chicken Pox :                      Till complete falling of scabs.

            b) Cholera :                              Till the child is completely well.

            c) Measles :                             Two weeks after the - rash disappears

            d) Mumps :                              Until swelling has gone, about one month

            e) Whooping cough :            Six weeks.

            f) Jaundice :                            Six weeks after recovery.

            g) H1NI :                                  Two weeks.