DO's & DON'T'S


  • Ensure your child reports to the school in time at the time of joining, after all vacations and after leave whenever granted.
  • Ensure your child reports to the school with proper kit, clothing and proper uniform.
  • Ensure timely payment of school fee and other dues.
  • Ensure your child does all her assigned Vacation homework. Assist her if need felt.
  • To the extent possible talk to your child in English.
  • Try and instill MORAL VALUES and a respect for our rich heritage in your child.
  • Teach her compassion and humaneness.
  • Meet your child's teachers every time you are permitted to visit the school and check on her progress being made.
  • Closely watch your child's language. Ensure she uses refined and appropriate expressions.
  • Instill in your child a love for school and home properly.
  • Tell your child that it is more honourable to fail than to cheat in exams.
  • Help your child develop an all round personality. Encourage participation in various activities.
  • Inculcate in your child respect for teachers and our National Symbols.
  • To discipline children, make them feel good about themselves.
  • Treat children with respect and they will learn, by example, to reciprocate.
  • Be clam and assertive when disciplining your child, especially in the pre-teen years.
  • Kids need a clear set of rules to grow up with a perhaps rebel against.
  • Be an authoritative parent, not an authoritarian one.
  • Allow kids to express themselves. See life through their eyes.
  • Help your child accept failure alongside success.
  • Make your child feel wanted.

Education should enable our people to make our land more fertile, the industries more varied the minds more productive, the bodies more active, the hearts more pure and our nation more disciplined and united.”

* Field Marshal K.M. Cariappa


  • Don't encourage criticism of school and teachers by your child.
  • Don't talk ill of others in front of your child.
  • Don't encourage too much of TV viewing.
  • Don't play with emotion of your child. Help her to sublimate them.
  • Don't let your child fall in bad company and bad habits.
  • Don't give extra pocket money to your child.
  • Don't force your child into embarrassing social situations. Explain to her your compulsion if any.
  • Don't treat your child like an adult. Treat her like child.
  • Don't undermine your child's achievements.
  • Don't always discipline your child. May be we, as parents also need some discipline.
  • Don't rebuke your child for lack of certain skills.
  • Don't punish your child for misbehaving or being self absorbed.
  • Don't take your child's good conduct for granted.

Work is the best way to achieve happiness,
But not all work can do so.

Only when we work with dedication, care and willingness,
We get the pure joy of satisfaction.

The efforts and sincerity we put in
is proportionate to our happiness in it’s completion.”

* Bhagvad Gita


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Kittur Rani Channamma Residential School for Girls
Kittur – 591115
Dist: Belgaum,

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