St. Albans School
Affiliated to CBSE upto X, Affiliation No:- 530151
Sector-15, Faridabad.(Haryana) Tel: 0129-4007500
ST. ALBANS SCHOOL
St. Albans School
07.07.14 Sec-15, Faridabad
Kindly go through the guidelines which are suggested to be followed when your ward is surfingthe net via computer/mobiles.
?Parents can begin teaching basic computer skills by introducing age-appropriate games and educational programs.
? Sit with your kids when they are online, or make sure they only visit sites you have approved.
? Keep any Internet-connected computer in an open area where you can closely monitor your child’s online use.
? Set parental controls at the age-appropriate levels and use "Filtering and monitoring tools as a complement not a replacement—for parental supervision.
? Use kid-friendly search engines or search engines with parental controls.
? Do not allow instant messaging, chat rooms, or social networking sites intended for older audiences .
? You and your child should have the same e-mail address.
? Establish a shared family e-mail account with your Internet service provider rather than letting your kids have their own accounts.
? Get to know your child’s online activities and friends. Talk to your kids about their online friends and activities just as you would about their other activities.
? Start teaching kids about privacy. Tell them never to give out information about themselves or their family when online.
? Have your kids use an online nickname if a site encourages them to submit their names to ?ersonalize?the web content.
?Teach your kids to always come to you before giving out information through e-mail, message boards, registration forms, personal profiles and online contests.
As children get older, especially as they enter their teens, they generally get more freedom. For example, it is now common place and usually safe for teens to post photographs and give out the name of their school, their address and phone no. etc..By taking responsibility for your children’s online activities, you can greatly minimize any potential risks of being online. Make these a family rules too:
?If your child is young — say under 7 — consider being with your child when he or she is on the Internet. Children at
this age can become confused or upset if they come across content that they don’t understand or that might be inappropriate for their age.
?Warn your child not to give out identifying information– Children should never give out home address or telephone number or when they are home alone in a public message such as chat or social networking sites.
?Get to know the services your child uses.
?Remind your children to never respond to messages that are suggestive, threatening, or make them feel uncomfortable.
?Remember that everything you read online may not be true.
?Set reasonable rules and guidelines for computer use by your children. Discuss these rules and post them near the computer as a reminder. Remember to monitor their compliance with these rules, especially when it comes to the amount of time your children spend on the computer.
?Consider using parental controls but know their limitations. There are software tools available that can limit what your child can see or say online. Some block objectionable websites and others will attempt to prevent your child from revealing personal information. Still others will monitor what your child does online and report back to you.
?Be sure to make this a family activity. Consider keeping the computer in a family room rather than in the child’s bedroom. Get to know their online friends?just as you get to know all of their other friends.
?Remember there are many ways to access the Internet. It’s not just computers, but mobile phones and game machines too.
?Talk with your ward about what they Can and Cannot Do Online.
?Be reasonable and set reasonable expectations. Try to understand their needs, interests, and curiosity. (Remember what it was like when you were their age).
?Be Open with Your Teens and Encourage Them to Come to You if They Encounter a Problem online
?Learn everything you can about the Internet.
?Check out Blocking, Filtering and Ratings Applications
?Learn what are the signs that shows your child might be at risk online:-
?Your child spends large amounts of time online, especially at night.
?You find pornography on your child’s computer.
?Your child receives phone calls from men you don’t know; or is making calls, sometimes long distance, to numbers you don’t recognize
?Your child receives mail, gifts, or packages from someone you don’t know.
?Your child turns the computer monitor off or quickly changes the screen on the monitor when you come into the room.
?Your child becomes withdrawn from the family.
?Your child is using an online account belonging to someone else.
Note- Remember that personal computers and online services should not be used as electronic babysitters.
St Albans School, Sector-15,Fbd
CBSE Result for class X Session (2013-14) (20th May 2014)
Examination No - 04232
Candidates appeared: 71
Pass : 71
Top Grade Achievers
Subject wise result in detail – (2013-14)
Subjects A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 English 6 17 12 19 15 2 Hindi 16 29 11 12 3 - Maths 12 14 12 11 15 7 Science 6 20 13 12 13 7 Social
Sc. 8 11 11 16 16 9 FIT 23 16 9 14 3 6
Total No of students scoring different Grades
* due to some technical reasons,the syllabus of Hindi is not displayed. Please refer to the Aluminac for the same.
(for Classes Pre Nursery – X)
On behalf of the
Our beloved Gautam Sir went into Light on January 17, 2014. His passing away has left a huge vacuum in our hearts. Gautam Sir’s wisdom and experience, as a teacher and a mentor not only to students but also for the teachers and parents and his vision of how children should be taught and how a school should be are the guiding light we choose to imbibe in our lives and in taking the school forward.
This year, the focus will be on the holistic nurturing and mentoring of our students. Our teachers spend a lot of quality time reviewing and revising teaching-learning processes and are committed to bringing out the best in all our students. We have streamlined a lot of our processes and procedures for optimum efficiency.
We feel that a sincere set of initiatives from you and your ward will lay a strong foundation for effective performance in each aspect of student life and will generate confidence in your ward.
Please discuss / interact with your ward keeping in mind, the following points :
- Discuss the result with your ward and motivate him / her to target for himself / herself to make the best use of time by revising the work done in all the subjects at school.
- He / she should make sure that his / her homework and classwork in all the subjects is complete and upto date.
- His / her work schedule should be discussed daily, without fail.
- Do not indulge your child by letting him / her use expensive gadgets, scooters, cars etc.
Please remember that a disciplined child at home will be a disciplined child at school.
Discipline is one of the most important values we strive to inculcate in all our students. We expect all our parents and students to honour and follow the school rules and policies.
Please note that the school does not tolerate indiscipline and takes strict disciplinary action against any student violating any school rule or policy, especially in the following scenarios:
- If a mobile/ any undesirable article like magazine, CD, slam book etc is found in his / her possession, while in the school.
- On breaking the decorum / discipline or code of conduct of the school.
- Damages school property.
- Uses abusive language with co-students or teachers
- Maintains improper hairstyle and does not wear proper uniform (low waist trousers are not allowed)
- If a student calls unwanted elements outside the school gate on any account.
- If he /she is found involved in physical / verbal / cyber bullying.
- Movement within the school without informing the concerned teacher.
Note : Kindly note that on account of enhanced safety and security measures, only family members are
allowed to enter the school premises and meet the concerned authorities.
Your co-operation in helping your ward will encourage us to do better. A strong link between the home and school always works wonders. Let us commit to this partnership open heartedly.