Guidelines to Parents


Parents play an important role in the education of their wards and ISM is fortunate to have very supportive parents who understand the importance of Partnership between them and school. The following are some of the guidelines to ensure smooth working relationship between parents and the school.

Visiting Hours :Parents can meet

Vice-Principal : After 8:00 – 11 a.m. on all working days
HoDs, : Between 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. on all working days except Sundays and Wednesdays

Class Teachers & Subject Teachers- between 7:00 a.m.-7:30 a.m. on prior appointment

It is essential to have a good rapport with the Class Teachers and subject teachers. Class Teachers can be contacted telephonically on prior appointment.

Parent-Teacher Meetings

Parent –Teacher Meetings are held twice a year, It is very important to attend these meetings as these meetings are the right occasion to discuss your child’s progress in his education, strengths and weaknesses of your child an so on.

Parent Orientation Programme(POP)

POPSs are conducted in the beginning of the academic year to make the parent community part of the whole teaching-learning process. Every student is given a copy of the Code of Conduct which has to be collected during the POP and acknowledged by the parent.


We advise you to instruct your child to pack his/her school bag as per the day’s time-table. Please ensure that your ward does not carry excess books and materials not relevant to the school.


  1. In the event of their inability to attend school for any reason, they are expected to bring a leave note duly signed by their parents on the following day.
  2. If a girl student absents herself from school and stays back at home for any reason, the parents are expected to inform the Class teacher before the school begins for the day.
  3. In case, a child is absent on medical grounds, you are required to submit the leave application along with the medical certificate from the Clinic/hospital.
  4. In case, the child is suffering from contagious diseases such as chicken pox, do not send your ward to school till the doctor certifies that the child is fit to attend the school.


The safety of your ward in and around the school is of utmost concern to us here at ISM.
Parents are requested to kindly educate their wards on the safety rules and explain the repercussions of not adhering to these rules.