School Uniforms

  • Grey tunics for girls (Nursery – 3)
  • Grey skirts for girls classes (4 – 6)
  • Grey trousers for girls classes (7 – 12)
  • Grey trousers for boys (Nursery – 12)
  • Sky blue shirt: Full sleeves or half sleeves depending on the season.
  • Sky blue ribbons for girls
  • Grey pullover (V-neck with school manogram) Full sleeves or sleeveless depending on the season.
  • Grey Socks
  • Grey stockings for girls in winter only (Nursery – 6)
  • Navy blue blazer with school monogram (Class 4-12)
  • Navy blue jackets (Nursery – 3)
  • School belt, badge & tie
  • Grey scraf, grey cap and grey gloves in winter only
  • Black leather shoes with laces for boys (flat shoes, not boots)
  • Black leather ballerina shoes with straps for girls.

NOTE

  • School tunic, skirt, trousers, etc. should be stitched in accordance with the design fixed by the school. School tie, belt, badge and monogram must be bought from the school only.
  • Boys must have their hair cut short.
  • Girls can wear their hair in plaits or have it cut short.
  • Boys must wear white vests & girls must wear white chemise under the shirt.
  • Hair should be clean, combed, oiled and free from lice.
  • Nails must be cut regularly and kept short.
  • No jewellery or make up is allowed in the school.
  • School uniform should be washed regularly. It should be clean and ironed.
  • Clothes that have become faded, old, shabby, worn-out and short should be replaced by new ones immediately. Shoes must be polished every day.
  • The ties, belts and school bags should be washed every weekend.
  • Whenever students need to wear caps, they should wear the Nepali Cap.
  • On the Sports Day, students are required to wear white canvas shoes, white socks, white divided skirts or white shorts, house T-shirt.

Kit List for Residential Students

Grey tunics for girls 4 nos. (Nursery – 3)
Grey skirts for girls 4 nos. Classes (4 – 6)
Grey trousers for girls 4 nos. Classes (7 – 12)
Grey trousers for boys 4 nos. (Nursery – 12)
Sky blue shirt (half sleeves) 6 nos.
Grey Pullover (V-Neck) – Full Sleeves 2 nos.
Grey Pullover (V-Neck) – Sleeveless 2 nos.
Grey socks 6 pairs
Grey stockings for girls 3 pairs (Nursery – 6)
Navy blue blazer with school monogram 1 no. Classes (4 – 12)
Navy blue jacket 1 no. (Nursery – 3)
School belt, badge & tie 2 nos.
Grey scarf, grey cap & grey gloves 1 no.
Black trousers 2 nos.
School bags 2 nos.
Black leather shoes with laces for boys (flat) 2 pairs.
Black leather ballerina shoes with straps for girls 2 pairs.
Sky blue ribbons for girls 6 meters
Water bottle 1 no.
Rain coat 1 no.
Handkerchief 6 nos.
White chemise for girls 6 nos. (Nursery – 6)
White vests for girls 6 nos. (Classes 7 – 12)
White vests for boys 6 nos. (Nursery – 12)
Gum shoe/Gum boots 1 pair
Underwear for boys 6 nos. (Nursery – 12)
Underwear for girls 6 nos. (Classes 7 – 12)
Bloomers for girls 6 nos (Nursery – 6)
Wrist watch 1 no. (Classes 4 – 12)

Sports and Games: Classes (1 – 10)

School track suit 2 pairs
White canvas shoes 1 pair
White socks 2 pairs
School T-Shirt 1 no.
White ribbon for girls 2 meters.

Other Items

Blue jeans 2 nos.
T-shirt 3 nos.
Sweater (thick) 2 no.
Jacket (thick) 2 no.
Sports shoes 2 nos.
Night suit 2 nos.
Bed sheet 3 nos. (any colour/design)
Towel (big) – Bath 2 nos.
Towel (small) – Face 2 no.
Slippers 2 pairs.
Steel Trunk with lock & key 1 no. (Classes 4 – 12)
Knickers (Half Pants) 2 no. (Classes Nursery – 6)
Blanket 1 no.
Track suit (warm) 2 pairs

Building: Classes (7 – 12)

Mattress (2½ ft. x 5½ ft.) 1 no.
Quilt 1 no.
Quilt cover 2 nos.
Pillow 1 no.
Pillow cover 2 nos.
Mosquito net 1 no.

The following items must be provided at regular intervals for students of Classes (4 – 12)

Shoe laces, polish (white & black), shoe brush, plastic comb, wooden comb, tooth brush, soap (washing & bathing), hair oil, cold cream, nail-clipper, glycerine, tooth-paste, scrubber, sanitary napkins (for girls), shampoo and talcum powder.

Classes (1-10) are provided exercise books only. Other stationery items have to be provided by the parents at regular intervals.

On the Sports Day, students are required to wear white canvas shoes, white socks, white divided skirt or white shorts, house T-Shirt.

General Rules for Residential Students

  • Besides the above mentioned items, students are not allowed to bring any other item to the school without the prior permission of their hostel warden or matron.
  • Parents are requested to send the complete set of uniforms and other items of clothing as mentioned in the Prospectus. Every item of clothing should have a name tag stitched on to it. Where this is not possible, as in the case of shoes, the child’s name should be written in indelible ‘marker’ ink.
  • One set of school uniform has to be purchased from the school. This set will be used for special occasions only, where absolute uniformity in dress is a must, as in the case of inter-school competitions etc.
  • Children are not allowed to wear clothes that are short, faded, worn out or shabby. Uniforms should be in very good condition.
  • Parents may provide Rs. 20/- per month as pocket money to their wards. Any extra money found in any child’s possession will be confiscated. Parents are, therefore, requested not to give the child any extra money or food.
  • Parents are requested to note that they may visit their wards only on the visiting days mentioned in the calendar between 5:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
  • Students may go home on visiting days only between 5:00 p.m. & 7:30 p.m. Students going home on visiting days should return to school on the reporting days or on the day the school reopens before 7:00 a.m. Proper school uniform should be worn, both when going home & returning to the school. Children are not allowed to take home or bring to school, any clothes, when going home for weekends.
  • Authorized Guardians are allowed to visit a child or take him/her with them only on holidays.
  • Parents coming to collect their children for the weekend should:
    1. Collect their child’s report card.
    2. Pay the fees for the month (in advance).
    3. Collect the programme for the following month.
  • Parents who have any complaints, suggestions or recommendations to make regarding their children’s health, the food in the school, their children’s performance in studies or anything else, are free to meet the concerned teachers or the Principal and discuss these issues.