Do's for parents and guardians

  • Please attend the Parents orientation program held at the beginning of the year. This will help clear any doubts you have and also familiarize you with the rules and regulations of The DSC KIDS
  • Keep a copy of all receipts issued by the school. You will need to keep a copy of the receipt till the end of the year.
  • Participate enthusiastically in all events involving Parents
  • Ensure your child reaches the school on time every day.
  • You need to send snacks and a water-bottle with the child every day.
  • It is compulsory for the child to wear his/her identity card and a handkerchief pinned to the upper clothing. The identity card should have the emergency contact numbers such as the residence telephone number and the parent’s mobile numbers.
  • The child’s name should be mentioned on the school bag, lunch-box and water-bottle with a permanent marker
  • An extra pair of clothes along with undergarments needs to be sent along with the child every day to school.
  • A child attending school should be made to wear simple footwear. No socks and footwear with lace allowed
  • Any delay in picking up the child after the class timings should be informed to the concerned teacher well in advance
  • Parents should bring to the notice of the concerned teacher and the Centre-Head if the child suffers from any kind of allergy.
  • In case of Field Trips, parents will have the give a written consent to the school to send their child for the field trip. In the absence of a consent letter, the child will not be taken on the field trip
  • Do keep brain function in mind. When kids are in the midst of feeling strong emotions such as shame and embarrassment, they are functionally incapable of listening critically and problem-solving.
  • Do remember how important it is for adolescents to fit in.
  • Fitting in = fundamental survival. Being criticized or mocked in front of their classmates is often the worst thing that can happen to a kid.

Don’ts for parents and guardians

  • Do not send your child to school if he/she is unwell.
  • Only vegetarian food should be sent with the child for snacks. Also, any birthday cake sent to school should be eggless.
  • Do not send a new person to pick up the child. The school will not hand over the child to a new unknown person.
  • Parents should not let their child wear any expensive jewellery or articles to school. The school will not be responsible for any loss of personal belongings of the child
  • It’s natural to feel affronted or insulted by a disruptive or disrespectful student, but tries to remember that it’s not on the subject of you.
  • Adolescence is a point of testing boundaries and if a kid can keep your cool, you are more likely to be able to forge a gullible relationship with the other students.
  • Don’t seek to motivate any other students by embarrassing them.
  • It won’t have any long-standing effect on the behavior of kids, and it will make them less likely to trust the individual.