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Circular for the safety of children dt. 11.09.2017


September 11, 2017



Safety is one of our main concern with our students at SJS and we are alert and vigilant at all times in our effort to provide a conducive environment which is safe and secure. For this we need your co-operation and support.

Following safety measures are taken in school:

· School ID cards are compulsory for both students and parents. Students to wear it every day. Parents shall carry it whenever they come to pick up their child (in emergencies too). In case, anyone else turns up to pick your ward in your absence, he/ she must have the parent ID Card or prior information must reach the school through mail or application.

If the ID card is lost, the same must be reported to the school or class teacher.

· We do not accept the lunch box or any food item given at the reception after the child has entered the school premises.

· Our school staff- teachers and helpers are sent on bus route duties for the safety of our students.

· Parents shall drop the child in the morning at the school gate between 8:00 a.m. to 8:20 a.m. and let him/ her enter the premises on their own.

· If your ward misses the school bus in the morning, he/ she will board the bus from the next stop. School bus will not stop in mid-way other than the designated bus stops.

· If you fail to come on time in the afternoon (due to any reason) to pick your ward at the bus stop, the child will be brought back to school safely. You can pick up your ward from school.

· If someone else comes at the bus stop to collect your child, the school must receive prior information with the details of that person through mail or Almanac.

Safety begins with teamwork. Train your child at home to remain alert and cautious whether indoors or outdoors.

· Children must know the contact details of parents i.e. the name, address, contact number etc.

· Train them not to talk to strangers or eat anything from them. Children should shout out and run from the place to you or a known family member.

· Train them to be aware of the emergency numbers by heart and display these numbers at home.

· We must try to engage our children in learning any kind of self-defence technique apart from enrolling them for any hobby classes.

NOTE : It has been observed that some vans are dropping the children to the school before 8:00 a.m.

Students will be allowed to enter the school premises, as the teaching staff come to school by 8:00 a.m.