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Code of Conduct
Code of Conduct Information Anne's Ideology Convent of Jesus & Mary

 

Punctuality
Silence
Order
School Cleanliness
School Property
Behaviour
Courtesy
The School Uniform
Absence
P.T. and Games

ANNE’S 

CODE OF CONDUCT

 

WE DISCLOSE OUR REAL SELVES

by the way we do or not

LOVE-RESPECT-SPEAK ABOUT-

RELATE TO-APPRECIATE-FORGIVE-

HELP-THANK-AND CARE

We cannot BLUFF all the people

all the time

 

The school has itself designed Code of Conduct.

 

“Nothing is possible without discipline.

It gives us freedom and joy

a basic foundation for LIFE”

 

Following are the headings under Anne's Code of Conduct:

 

Punctuality...

It informs us about the importance of punctuality in St. Anne's... 

Silence...

Silence is another very important aspect in St. Anne's... 

Order...

Order is expected to be maintained in school by every girl...

School Cleanliness...

It is the responsibility of every girl to maintain cleanliness in the school premises...

Care of School Property...

Special care must be taken by the students for handling the school property...

Behavior outside school...

The behavior of the student speaks volumes of her home as well as her school...

Courtesy...

Courtesy is a very imperative characteristic required to be in every person...

School Uniform...

Personal appearance is a reflection of herself, her home... and of her school...

Absence...

The rules for granting leave is mentioned here...

Physical Training and games...

Sports is a very vital part of the Anne's Code of Conduct...

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