Nazareth School

Old Chandapura, Bengaluru

All parents/ Guardians are members of this Association. The P.T.A functions as an advisory body to assist the management in the School improvement programs.
The School day begins with an assembly at 8.40 a.m.; the students must be on time for the assembly. Those who come late require an admit slip from the Principal or the Vice Principal. Habitual late - comers are not allowed to attend classes, or meet other sanctions given by authorities.

During the School day, if a student needs to leave the School campus, he/she must get a written permission from the Principal and Class Teacher. No student is allowed to leave School premises unless accompanied by parent/ guardian. Punctuality and regular attendance are required of every student. He/she should abide by the holidays granted by the School and not prolong vacations and holidays without urgent need. Attendance on the opening day and closing day of every term/long vacation is compulsory. Mobile phones are strictly prohibited in the School for students. It will be confiscated if any student is found to carry one in the School premises. The confiscated items shall not be returned. Students are prohibited from bringing cameras, CDs, Slam books, Novels, picture magazines, toys comics, video, audio tapes, cosmetics, change of clothes or shoes without specific permission from the Class Teacher. Care should be taken for School property. Students are expected to pay for all the damages they cause to School property. In order to preserve simplicity and uniformity among students, wearing bindhi, mehendi and jewelry are not permitted. Avoid wearing expensive earrings and colored glass frames to School.

These will be confiscated and handed over to the parents. A pair of simple earrings, preferably studs may be worn. Students may not offer presents to their teachers. Students are expected to put in a minimum of 90% of the attendance.
O my God, I offer you all I think or do or say today. Help me to do what is right and to keep away from what is wrong. Bless me, bless my father, mother and teachers and all those I love, so that we may all come to know you and love you better every day.
O my God, bless us and bless the food which we are going to eat.
We thank you, God, for the food we have just eaten and for all the good things you have given us.
Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be Thy name, Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done on earth, as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. Amen.
O my God, I thank you for this day. I thank you for my teachers who taught me today, for my companions with whom I spent this day. I am grateful for all that I have learnt today. I am truly sorry for the wrongs I have done today. I ask your forgiveness and promise to do better in the future. Please help me, God.
Heavenly Father, we come to you with the assurance that you are a prayer answering God! So we offer this prayer with faith and confidence that you will answer our prayer, because you love us very much.
You know the anxieties within the students concerning the forth-coming Board Exams. Good Lord, help us with your power. We cannot achieve anything in this world on our own.
Please take away all our weakness, remove all distractions and deceptions, break every obstacle and help us to fully concentrate in our studies with peace.
We beg you to fill our hearts with your wisdom and knowledge to learn our lessons. Help us to prepare well for our exams.
Give us understanding and strong memory power. Help us to cover all the portions and enable us to face our exams boldly.
Be with us in the exam hall. Hold our hands so that we would write the correct answer for each question.Grant us favour in the eyes of the examiners who would value our papers and help us to score excellent marks. We commit our exams and our future into your mighty hands.
- Amen.
We swear that we will take part in today’s Annual Sports Meet, respecting the regulations which govern them and desirous of the participating in them, in the true spirit of sportsmanship, for the honor of our country and for the glory of sports.