Ideal Global School

1.    Each teacher must maintain a Teacher's Diary which will serve as a comprehensive record of his/her work throughout the year. This will help the Teacher in his/ her day to day work & others to understand and to appreciate his/her work.
2.    The diary should contain the syllabus of the subjects being taught, the weekly plan of work, the text books, teaching aids and references used, the projects undertaken, the response from the students, the contacts with parents, remedial measures taken up to improve the weak students, the result of tests and internal assignments.
3.    The school year is divided into two terms and the program of work is to be submitted on the first working day of the week to the Principal for checking.
4.    Teacher's Diary must be submitted at the end of the academic year in the principal's office.

1.    Every teacher is expected to know his/her subject well, to keep himself/herself informed of the latest education trends and to take advantage of the various workshops, and seminars being held from time to time.
2.    Every week some time must be devoted for extra reading. Teachers must use the library regularly and acquaint themselves with the books and reference materials available in their subjects. The Library will remain open for half an hour after school daily for the same purpose.

1.    Every teacher should make sure that all students must use English as their language for communication   and teaching should only be done in English.
2.    Classes must start and end on proper time.
3.    Students must rise up and wish when the teacher enters the classroom.
4.    If the teacher is already in the classroom and the students are entering in a group, there is no need for every individual to seek permission to enter. However, latecomers must seek permission and offer an explanation for coming late.
5.    Children coming    late from some other concerned.
etc. must bring a paper slip from the teacher
6.    Proper etiquette must be maintained in the classroom at all times. Chewing of gums, drinks or eatables the tuck shop are not allowed in the classroom.
7.    When asking a question, student need not rise. However, they must raise their hands in order to be called upon by the teacher.
8.    No student be sent out as punishment during a class and NO punishment that robs a child of his/her dignity is to be administered.
9.    Absence of students is to be recorded and reported to the Vice-Principal / Principal.
10.    All students must possess their own books and stationery and no borrowing or lending is permitted.
11.    All matters related to discipline/completion of work etc. will be reported to principal through Section co- ordinators / in-charges.
12.    Teachers should avoid inappropriate words and body language.
13.    Teachers should not be get disturbed when the class is in session by Phone Calls, any official Work etc. No visitor is allowed to class when the teaching is in progress.
14.    Before leaving the classroom, students must ensure that all furniture is properly placed and lights, fans etc. are switched off.
15.    Male Teachers specifically must exhibit a great deal of sensitivity in dealing with girl students particularly when they seek permission to excuse themselves.
16.    Teachers must not carry any mobile phone to their classes and should ensure that students do not bring mobile phone inside the school premises.

1.    Class Teacher should ensure that all teachers are teaching their respective subjects in English only.
2.    Class Teacher should also make a note of remedial students of his/her class.
3.    Student counseling should be given to the students if any
abnormal behavior
is observed like
anger/depression as they are going through adolescence and same should be reported to Principal.
4.    During school assembly, all teachers are responsible for the discipline of the students. They should use every opportunity to fully establish a rapport with their students which will in turn help them to look after the personality and character development in them.
5.    On special assembly days, the class should first report for attendance in the class rooms and then only proceed to the assembly.
6.    The class time-table and also the home work time-table should be displayed in the class room. A list of furniture in the class room should also be displayed and checked every month. At the beginning of the year, a class representative(prefect/monitor) should be selected or elected by the students of the class. Other students should also be given some responsibilities.
7.    Cleanliness Monitor and a cleanliness committee should be appointed and the students should be trained to clean the rooms, desks, chairs, and the black board. Class teachers should check that the students wear the proper uniform daily.
8.    The 'cleaning time' in the class should be an organised programme. A duty roaster is to be made for the cleaning of class rooms. Children should be encouraged to keep their classrooms spotlessly clean, to decorate the wall with charts and illustrations and develop a pride in their class room and in the school generally.
9.    Proper training should be given to see that the students protect school property and no damage to be done to it. Any breakage should be immediately reported to the Principal and disciplinary steps to be taken to recover the money and deposit it with the accountant.
10.    Each class teacher must takes the attendance of the students every morning and again at the end of the day.
Leave applications from students must be submitted and should be kept properly for record purpose.
11.    No student is permitted to leave the school during school hours unless they produce an application from their parents and obtain permission from the section in-charge or the Principal. If a student is very irregular to class, then he/she should be report to the principal.
12.    On the last working day of the month the, class teacher should submit the class attendance register for checking to the section in-charge or to the Principal.
13.    Each student is issued a Student's diary in which the daily homework is to be written. The class teacher must check the diary is being kept neatly and the homework and the time table is noted down. School Calendar and the page "personal information” be filled up by the parent  & it should be checked by the Class Teacher everyday during diary checking period. Class Teacher should see that this is being signed by the parent. This diary is the means through which the teacher can communicate with the parents and several pages are kept for this purpose.
14.    All remarks regarding non-submission of homework, improper uniform, late coming etc. also should be recorded in the diary for the benefit of the parents.

1.    Students are given full assessment yearly twice (SA1 in October & SA2 in March) and for other evaluation based on internal assessments and periodic tests (PT1 to PT4). A full record of tests and marks obtained in internal & summative assignments must be kept by each subject teacher and submitted to the class teacher for compilation at the end of each term. A mark sheet is maintained by the class teacher for each term.
2.    A consolidated mark sheet in which marks of the two terms are recorded. At the year end, marks of the two terms be taken with weightage for the purpose of promotion.
3.    The mark-sheets are to be kept with the Examination Department. The marks obtained and teacher's remarks be recorded in the student's report card, which is prepared at the end of each term. Class Teacher should ensure that the report card be prepared in such a way that it gives the parent a complete picture of the performance of their ward. Personal characteristics should be filled in giving due thought to each individual student's personality. Special distinction and meritorious work done by the student in any field should be recorded in the report card.

1.    In Ideal Global School corporal punishment is not allowed. The forms of punishment permitted are extra assignments, detentions, privileges suspension. In case of serious lapse, where there is damage to school property, students may be fined. If a teacher wishes to impose a fine for any other lapse or fault, he/she must get permission from Principal or President.
2.    All fines collected must be deposited with the Accountant and a receipt be obtained from him.
1.    Students must wear school uniform as per school rules. It is the duty of the class teacher to check the uniforms and see that it is neat and tidy and proper in all respects. Any remarks regarding the uniform be noted in the school diary for the information of the parents.
2.    All exercise/fair note books of the students should be covered with brown book cover sheet.
3.    Attention of each student should be drawn towards proper indexing, neat work, rewriting correction, prompt execution and timely submission of the written book.
4.    Name of the student, class and subject must appear on the cover of the first page. Torn and dirty covers should be replaced. All the pages should be numbered.
5.    Special attention should be laid on improving hand-writing. The fundamentals of good hand writing i.e. uniformly in proper slant and distancing of letters must be stressed repeatedly.
6.    Indexing is the best way of systematic work and proper check up. Hence each exercise book should have an index given as under:

Excercise No.    Description    Assigned on date    Corrected on date    Initial of the Teacher    Initial of the parent



1.    If a teacher is sick and cannot come to the school, a leave application must be submitted immediately. If it is not possible, then the school must be informed through phone call before 10 A.M. on that day and leave application must be submitted the following day. Leave will not be granted unless these formalities are complied with.
2.    Late coming is indicated by a red 'X' (Cross) against the teacher's name in the register. If a teacher reports late for 3 days in a month, then he/she will lose half day casual leave in lieu of that. Teachers must report in school five minutes before the bell rings.
3.    Teachers are not entitled to take short leave. All short leaves will be treated as half day leave. No staff member may leave the school premises during school hours without Principal permission (even during the leisure periods).
4.    Casual leave should not be claimed as a matter of right, but should be availed in case of genuine need as a privilege.
5.    Teachers should stay in school on the days of staff meetings and seminars. Staff Meeting will be held on every 2nd and 4th Saturday.
6.    Careful attention should be paid to the various circulars issued by the Principal or the President from time to time and the schedule for submitting records etc. must be strictly adhered.
7.    Teachers must ensure that they observe punctuality and regularity in taking their classes.

1.    The students are divided equally into 4 Houses namely Blue(Abdul Kalam) House, Green(C V Raman) House, Red(Ramanujan) House & Yellow(Homi J Bhabha) House.
2.    All teachers are also attached to these Houses. Each house has a Student House Captain who is responsible for organizing the programmes and for delegating responsibilities and duties to the other members.
3.    Every staff member attached to a house is expected to cooperate in all the activities and to take personal interest in the progress and welfare of students in the house. House meetings are held as and when required and all in-charges must be present during these meetings.
4.    A number of activities will be organised at Inter-School & Inter House level. All teachers are expected to take part in support of these competitions.

1.    All teachers must attend the morning school assembly.
2.    Reporting time for teachers is 10 mins before the assembly. During the assembly proper discipline must be maintained.
1.    All teachers must consider it as their duty to maintain discipline of the school at all times.
2.    Students who break school rules be dealt with strictly by all teachers and school discipline committee.
3.    Teachers should immediately reach to their respective classes after the bell.

1.    The school maintain very cordial relations with the parents and teachers must always deal with them in a polite and courteous manner.
2.    Regular parent-teacher meetings should be conducted. Prior intimation to this effect should be sent every month through student's diary.
3.    Class teacher may also fix time on the 1st Saturday when the parent can come to school to discuss the progress of their children. No parent, however, should be allowed to meet teachers during regular school hours by disturbing the teacher in his/her work.

1.    Under the Education Act. Teachers are not permitted to take up any private tuitions or other remunerative work.
2.    Any teacher doing so should obtain permission from the Principal at the beginning of each session.

1.    All teachers must ensure that an adequate amount of written work be assigned to the students and the work is systematically and carefully corrected.
2.    The teacher must put his / her signature on the corrected work and also put the date of correction. Students must be instructed to note their mistakes and do their corrections before attempting new assignments.

1.    To create an environment where the desire to seek excellence becomes the driving force in the lives of the students and teachers, and is supported by all.
2.    Learning is regarded as a joyous process by one and all.
3.    To foster a climate which will produce good responsible citizens for whom correct moral values such as
honesty, integrity, respect and concern for others become the very foundation of their lives.
4.    To lead by example by setting the highest standards in every aspect of life both within and out of the school.

1)    Be clear about the objectives both for each lesson/unit and the whole year programme.

2)    Plan each lesson well, anticipating probable questions and offering proper explanations, any question left unanswered to be taken up in the next period day.

3)    Allow learners to reach outcomes in different ways by developing curiosity

4)    Provide resources in such a way that allows learning to progress with little interruption.

5)    Make learning groups of different and appropriate sizes.

6)    Match methods and tasks to the abilities of pupils.

7)    Use the space available to the best advantage including the use of displays.

8)    Set tasks in varied and imaginative ways. Do not ignore any query raised .Take it up in the ensuing period

9)    Be aware of other approaches to learning used by colleagues.

10)    Put pupil's interest on first priority.

11)    Liaison closely with your colleagues from other departments as well in order to identify areas where collaborative teaching techniques can be applied.

12)    Work closely and with care on assessment programmes and ensure that assessment procedures are faithfully followed.

13)    Constantly self evaluate in order to identify areas where improvement might be necessary, and seek the help of other colleagues/VP/Principal in this regard.

14)    Liaison closely with Vice-Principal / Principal and parents especially in case of children who might require special attention and needs.

15)    Faithfully maintain all records and follow all procedures as required by the school.