Rules of Discipline

“Discipline is rarely enjoyable, but almost profitable”

Co-operation of parents/guardians is most essential for maintaining discipline in all the school programmes and school life. Too much leniency may spoil the child, but freedom within limits without suppressing and interfering in the development of the child’s personality is the goal of the institution.


All Flowerians are expected to behave well at all times and in all places. The whole-hearted co-operation of the guardians is expected at all times in the formation of the character of their children. As the child progresses from the lower to the upper classes, he/she will be given increasing opportunity to shift from conforming to externally imposed order to self-imposed discipline.

The School will insist on strict punctuality, regular School attendance, cleanliness in dress, general grooming and fidelity to study and work assignment.


Every student should carry with him/her the School diary daily.

Children should always be clean and neatly dressed. They should wear the School uniform on all class days and School functions.

At the second bell all the students must fall in line for the assembly and after the assembly, move silently to their class rooms. No one is allowed to enter the class room prior to assembly.

All the students must be in their seats before the teacher enters the class. The students must not be seen walking around in the verandahs during the class hours without permission (cards). When changing from one class to another the students must move in silence.

Monitors are appointed at the beginning of the scholastic year by the class teachers in consultation with the Principal/Vice Principal they should be exemplary in conduct and good in studies so that they can command respect from their classmates. They should render all sorts of assistance in the class e.g. maintaining discipline, collecting/distributing books, attending to the cleanliness of the classroom, bringing teaching aids etc. If the teacher is late in coming to the class the monitors should inform the Principal/Vice Principal. If a breach of discipline occurs which the monitors are not able to control, the matter should be reported to the Class Teacher/Vice Principal.

Students are expected to show respect to the members of the staff. They should stand up and greet them when they enter a class, as well as when they leave the classroom.

Running, playing, shouting and whistling inside the school building is not permitted.

Parents/Guardians are not permitted to walk into class rooms or interview teachers during the class hours.

Cycles must be kept locked and must be only at the cycle stand. No vehicle should be driven in the school campus.

Students are not allowed to bring to School gold ornaments, cameras, electronic watches with alarm, mobiles, transistors, books, magazines or comics (other than text books or library books), and any objects liable to cause disturbance. If found such objects will be confiscated by the School authorities.

Girls are not permitted to apply Mehandi without the written permission from the discipline-in-charge. Jewellery and nail polish are not permitted.

Care must be taken for all School property and no student should scratch or spoil the desks or chairs or damage things belonging to others. Damage done even by accident should be reported at once to the appropriate authority. Any damage done will be made good by the one who does it. Anyone who sees something damaged should report the matter even if he/she does not know who has done it. Each class will be responsible for looking after all class property.

The School is not responsible for articles or money lost. Money should not be lent or borrowed or articles exchanged.

Every student should strive to keep up the high standard of the School by excelling in studies, co-curricular activities, good conduct and maintaining a high moral character.

During recess there must be no student in the class rooms. All waste materials should be put in the dustbins provided for the purpose. Throwing stones or playing with hard ball is forbidden.

A student who fails in the same class twice shall not be permitted to continue his/her studies in the School.

The School reserves the right to dismiss those whose guardians show little interest in the progress of their wards or whose conduct is harmful to other students/parents/staff of the School.

Immorality, any objectionable activity inside or outside School premises either during or beyond School hours, dishonesty, rude, riotous or disorderly behaviour either inside or outside the School premises, or wilful damage to School property is always sufficient for immediate dismissal of a student.

A student who uses unfair means during examination will be given zero in that subject. Repetition of the same will result in his/her dismissal.

The progress card will be given only at the Parent Teacher meeting.

Remarks made in the diary should be counter-signed by the parents/guardians only.

Students and parents should not offer any presents or gifts to the teacher except with the explicit permission of the Principal.

After the School hours all students are expected to go home. They are not allowed to go to their friend’s house for parties etc. from the School.

No collection for any purpose whatsoever may be taken without the prior permission of the Principal.

All the students must speak in English in the School premises. English conversation at home too is encouraged.

Every child should take part in games and sports and other co-curricular activities.

Attention is called to the Madhya Pradesh School Education Rule detailing forbidden practices which include smoking, use of drugs or intoxicants, rowdyism, rude behaviour, casteism and communalism. Students involved in any of the above activities will be dismissed.

No child is permitted to be a member of any club/ association without the prior permission of the Principal.

Students are discouraged from going for any social engagements or taking medical appointments during working hours.

If there is any infectious disease in their home/family, parents are expected to report the matter to the class teacher at once, and not send their ward to School till the infection is controlled. School authorities will take serious note of this and the child will be sent back home.

Leave of Absence: If a student falls sick his/her leave application should be sent within a day. If he/she continues to be sick, a medical certificate needs to be produced. When the child rejoins a ‘medical fitness’ from the same doctor must be shown to allow the child to rejoin.

Though sufficient care is taken for the security of the children, however in case of natural, accidental mishap or third party negligence the School shall not be responsible.