1. Escorted by people who have been duly identified (parents/ family/ officially) 1. Don’t send a child unaccompanied with people who have not been identified or never send on his/her own.
2. Maintain a proper record of date, name of students, parents’ signature at the reception. 2. Staff not to give any lift to the child unless accompanied by parent
1. All the above rooms should have CCTV cameras and regular and adequate monitoring 1. permission not to be given to use these rooms without a teacher’s request and presence
2. A child should be sent out only with a class pass with her/him 2. No bolts on the inside
  3. A teacher should not show inappropriate material, print, video, audio etc.
1. Parents must be fully informed and aware of all the details concerning activities held outside school. Information to be put on the website/ written. 1. Teachers must not send any student unless there is written confirmation from the parents.
1. Use of technology (sms/ e mail) to inform parents when child is absent 1. Accept another student’s word
2. Leave note must be mandatory before or the following day  
1. Male attendants for boys and Female attendants for girls to clean toilets since it gives them the liberty to monitor when children are inside and acts as a deterrent for them and stop them from bullying and abuse 1. Allow children to spend too much time in the toilets
  2. Send two or more students from the same class together.
1. To be permitted with permission of the principal when brought for emergency it must be deposited in the school office during school hours 1. Return the cell phone after it has been confiscated
1. Determine identity of both the parents personally (recognise them) 1. Divulge confidential information to everyone.
2. Keep record of who has the custody of the child  
3. Maintain a column in diary statement to check if a parent is single  
1. Wear school uniform when in school and when going out for school activities  
1. Entry inside the gate of visitors should be strictly restricted. Written permission and confirmation by the teacher to be shown at the reception  
2. Register should be issued at the reception for a visitor on which date, time of entry should be mentioned  
3. students should carry their ID’s  


1. Maintain physical distance while wishing. 1. Physical touch hug, kiss or hold hands.
2. Wish child in the presence of students. 2. Call a child aside to wish.
3. Encourage the child to share her special day with under privileged children. 3. Allow celebration in class, no cash is to be brought for treats.
4. Inform through diary that no birthday celebration in school 4. Allow students to go out from school for birthday celebration.
5. A prayer and birthday announcement during morning prayers is enough. 5. Allow children to share school time activities on Face book or other social network sites.
6. Inform parents that children are not allowed to go out for birthday celebration from school.  
1. Let the student wear the dresses from home. 1. Litter the dressing rooms.
2. Only facial makeup can be done by a group of teachers along with the help of some parents. 2. Admit anyone except the teachers and parents on duty.
3. All personal belongings to be kept safely in bags. 3. Dress the child in private.
4. Install CCTV Cameras at the entrance and exit doors. 4. Encourage embarrassing comments.
5. Involve parents of the participating children. These parents should be known to the teacher. 5. Leave parents with students without being supervised.
6. Provide privacy for child to change. 6. Take child to isolated areas or leave the child along.
7. Parents should collect their ward personally only at the end of the function. 7. Encourage students to allow anyone to change her clothes.
1. Adequate washrooms and washbasins. 1. Protect the wrong doer.
2. Be alert if the child takes too long in the toilet. 2. Neglect to educate on personal hygiene.
3. Educate the child about personal hygiene, good and bad touch. 3. Allow public remarks or negative behaviour
4. Educate the child regarding puberty.  
5. If required ensure that personal hygiene is maintained through counselling. 5. Embarrass the child in case of emergency.
6. Toilet rules should be placed inside the washroom. 6. Do not reprimand in public.
7. Hand wash/Sanitizers must be provided where possible.  
8. Ensure that the child is not singled or ostracized  
1. Teacher should be careful while invigilating to avoid physical contact. 1. Have overcrowded classrooms.
2. Allow students to visit washrooms before the exam starts. 2. Switch off CCTV Cameras.
3. An attendant to be on duty outside the washroom  
4. Teachers should remain standing during invigilation. 3. Converse with students during the exam.
5. Seating arrangements should be indicated on the black board. 4. Allow any borrowing or lending of stationary
6. Reasonable distance to be maintained between rows. 5. Frisk or check students for unfair material without supervision/or in areas not covered by CCTV.
7. Principal should carry out periodic supervision.  



Day to day

Activity Do’s Don’ts


Meeting Parents

Prior appointment to be taken by parents. No walk in permitted
Only on stipulated day and time. No entry of parents to the classes during teaching time.
Meeting to take place at reception. Teachers should not allow children to leave the school without an authorized letter.
Parents should sign on arrival and departure Allow parents to make personal calls to teachers.


Seating Arrangement

Periodic Reshuffling of seating plan Subject teachers should not change the seating arrangement without informing the class teacher. They may make changes during their period only
  Overcrowding on a bench to be avoided



Campus Duty

Monitoring of vulnerable and isolated areas like parking area, auditorium and washrooms. No male workers to be permitted in the Girls wash room during school hours. During cleaning time, no students to enter the washroom
Teachers who have class in the 4th and last period will ensure all students have moved out of the class and floor.  
  The duty teachers should know the whereabouts of all students Don’t engage in private conversation



If conducted, should be done in open or with CCTV or in presence of another teacher. Not to conduct it in seclusion
Should be conducted only during school hours  

Teachers leaving class last

Teacher should ensure movement of students in an orderly manner and should accompany the students Students not to remain in the class during activity period or after the last period.
Students who require to stay back should assemble at a common place along with a teacher.  
Discipline Warning cards to be issued to students for misbehaviour by the Principal. Strong penalty for recurrent offenders like suspension, fines Indulging in any sort of corporal punishment.
  Involve parents and inform them regarding any action Negative remarks or threats
Staircase/ Errands Movement to labs, computer labs, AV room, etc. should be strictly monitored with leaders in-charge to see that the movement is smooth Send students on errands
No use of foul language





During School Hours:                                             ACTIVITIES

  1. Inter School Competitions                          2. Educational Tours                        3. Day Picnics
  2. Interviews/Meet etc.                                    5. Community Service                    6. Nature Walks etc.
  Do’s Don’ts
Adequate Supervision (at least one teacher/ one Parent) for each outside school visit. Allow students to carry personal mobile/ expensive devices or large amount of money. If taken then, with permission and at their own risk.
Written Consent by Parents duly signed for each programme to be collected before going for any outside school visit. Allow students at all to participate, if consent form by parents not submitted.
All participants must wear school uniform and carry Id cards. (Teacher accompanying also need to wear Id card.) No child to go outside school, if not wearing proper school uniform/ Id card.
On consent form declaration, if child carrying any electronic gadget/ mobile etc. it should be their responsibility and not of school/teacher. In case of untoward incident not to tamper with the evidence etc.
Accompanying teacher to be there with the group/participants all the time for observation. Children must not interact with strangers.
Transporter with good track record only to be taken for such outside programme and information about the driver (mob no./ adr etc) to be available with reception and accompanying teacher. Leave the children alone.
First Aid facility to be there  
All relevant instructions to be given to all participants in advance regarding the programme/visit.  

Gate:                     Arrival and dispersal of students, Visitors to the school premises.

  Do’s Don’ts
CCTV surveillance and monitoring of activities and regular cross checking. Have casual attitude towards parents/ visitors etc.
Register/Record to be maintained for all the visitors entering inside the school premises. Handover children to strangers without sufficient identification proofs etc.
Gate pass to be issued at the entry and to be collected back after verifying the signature of person visited in the school. Allow vendors to sit near school gate (if any, with proper record such as address, telephone no. etc)
Adequate no. of security personnel at the gate. They need to be trained periodically. No overcrowding at the gate.
Ensure that every child has left the school campus safely. School will not be responsible for the verification of the van drivers/drivers of private vehicles.
Written assurance by the parents regarding the authentication of the drivers appointed by them to carry their ward. School not responsible for their verification. Entertain strangers or relatives even with authority letters.


Group No. 5 & No. 6


Do’s Don’ts
1. Class Project/Club Activities
  • Students to work in small groups, under teacher’s supervison.
  • Balanced group and proper seating arrangement
  • Clear instructions should be given.
  • Plan in advance.
  • Delegation of responsibility so that each member is busy and feels important.
  • During school hours and in open place.
  • Individual project to be done at home.
  • Attendance to be taken every morning by the club in-charge.
  • One designated in-charge to ensure that every child is registered with a club.
  • Make large groups.
  • Use sharp and pointed objects.
  • Allow bullying and bossing.
  • Leave any student unattended during the activity period.
  • Allow any student to be involved in any other work than the activity involved in, without the permission of principal or the concerned club in-charge.
2.     Notice Board  
  • Proper planning.
  • Appropriate furniture to be used to avoid fall/accidents.
  • Continuous monitoring and guidance by the teacher.
  • Leave children alone.
  • Use rusted pins.
3.     Classes moving together  
  • Instruct the students regarding the correct behaviour while moving in/out the classroom/school.
  • Pre-planning and research of route. Place, public amenities.
  • Proper safety instructions must be given
  • Make group leaders.
  • Identity cards with all details should be provided to the students and the teachers.
  • Women helpers accompany children to washrooms.
  • Appropriate gap of time should be given to students to come down and go up.
  • Use of CCTV cameras.
  • Move without teacher.
  • Tamper with evidence in case of an incident.
  • Allow outsiders to mingle with students.
5.     Teacher interacting with students during free time  
  • Teacher should meet the student in an open area.
  • Maintain an appropriate distance while giving one to one instructions.
  • Give instructions in the classroom to a child who was absent.
  • Get emotionally involved.
  • Meet a child too frequently.
  • One to one contact with the students.
  • Conducting practicals for absent students individually.
  • Touching any child, just give verbal instructions.
6.     Remedial Teaching  
  • Conducting remedial teaching classes only during school hours by special educators with permission of the Principal.
  • Any exception should be with the permission of the Manager and Principal.
  • Conduct in an open area.
  • Make sure that there is proper lighting.
  • Maintain appropriate distance.
  • Encourage with words, stickers
  • Maintain a verifiable attendance record.
  • Remedial teaching in an isolated room.
  • If called elsewhere, child should not be left alone.
  • Patting on the back or any touch of encouragement.
  • Using forms of verbal abuse.
  • Indulging in any sort of corporal punishment.
Added points  
  • Cleanliness should be maintained in classrooms and everywhere in school premises.