Students should obey, love and respect all teachers. They should strictly abide by the rules and regulations of the school.
Students should regard the school as their own house and desist from causing any wilful damage to the school and its properties.
It is mandatory to speak in English in the school campus and school bus. Frequent defaulters will be fined appropriately. Students are not required to reach school premises before 7.45 am.
Students are not allowed to leave the school premises without the permission of the Principal / Vice Principal.
Smoking and use of intoxicants are strictly forbidden. Violators will summarily be expelled from the school.
It will be the responsibiity of the students to safeguard their personal belongings.
Mobile phones, though a boon of present life, are menace to students. Students of STPS are strictly advised not to use mobile phone in school premises. If the students use mobile phones in school it is a serious offence against the code of conduct and the school authorities will confiscate the mobile phones. Students who repeat the offence will be expelled from the school forthwith. Confiscated items will be returned only in March.
Valuables like Gold ornaments are strictly forbidden. CDs, Cameras, Comic books, Fancy items and Toys should not be brought to school.
Students should make it a point to study the lessons taught at school each day and to do the homework given by the teacher.
Late coming and irregularities regarding uniform will severely be dealt with. Regulations regarding school uniform should be strictly adhered to.
Students of Std. VI and above should meticulously maintain school diary, personal account book and library notebook. These should be presented to the class teacher for periodic inspection.
All students should cultivate the habit of reading newspapers, periodicals and other good books. They should prepare brief notes also. Special prize will be given to students who write meritorious library notes.
Behaviour of the students, both inside and outside the school premises, will carefully be observed and any misdemeanour will be severely dealt with.
85% attendance is a prerequisite for promotion.
A pupil who is absent from school should produce leave application signed by the parent when he/she comes to school.
Leave for more than five days should be supported by a Medical Certificate.
Incentive prizes are instituted for students with 100% attendance.
Application for withdrawal should bear the Parent’s signature.
Transfer Certificate will be issued on full payment of all dues to the school.