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What is expected of Grizzly Vidyalaya Parents

  • Parents are requested to co-operate with the school in its attempt to help their children's progress by paying attention to their regularity, punctuality, and discipline and by taking interest in their academic performance.
  • The attention of parents is drawn to the fact that criticism of the teacher or school in the presence of their children should be scrupulously avoided because it causes them to lose respect for their teachers with the consequent failure to learn from them. If further retards his / her progress.
  • Children, when sick, should not be sent to school to attend tests / classes. They are required to inform the school if there is any change in their address or telephone numbers.
  • All textbooks & notebooks should be neatly covered & labelled.
  • Students must be sent in clean & freshly washed; neatly pressed uniform every day.

Dear Parents,

The examination time has arrived. All concerned may be busy with their child to get a good result and the child scoring that single extra mark than their neighbour's child. The pulse rate of the parents must be rising especially for those parents whose children are appearing for the board examination. This may lead us to stress the child more for that which he cannot achieve. I strongly believe that a diamond can only shine when it is polished and gold shines when it is heated and hit. But there is a
difference between metals and the mind. Here in the following lines, some simple tips are highlighted to distress the child and make the examinations more enjoyable.

Must Do's For Parents,

  • Students can fail to do well if they fail to cope with stress. Parents should guide their children in planning, organizing, and setting a timetable.
  • To avoid a stressful situation for the child, the parents must provide the right kind of motivation and a conducive environment.
  • Help the child to develop self-discipline, self-direction, self-confidence, and a sense of achievement.
  • Simply good schooling and tuition are not a substitute for emotional cushioning. Treat the child emotionally.
  • Help the child in maintaining his confidence especially when he seems discouraged by his dropping concentration due to low marks or grades. Do not displace your anxiety on the child.
  • The achievement of goals should be realistically set according to the child's capacity. At this point, do not make any comparison.
  • Do not mix academic issues with family conflicts.
  • Praise your child when he does well. Encourage the child's ability & performance with positive statements like, "Well done", "You can do better", rather than saying "that was not enough". Be with the child when he requires some emotional comfort.
  • Work out your child's schedule with him instead of nagging him. There could be learning problems. Do not harp on previous failures or results.
  • Achievement may be due to some children believing "it is safer not to try than to try and fail."
  • If achievement expectations are too high, then some children would prefer to be criticized for being lazy than being considered not good enough.
  • Humour relieves tension. Be light and humorous with the child. Yet be firm.
  • Try to gain your child's confidence and discuss his problems with him. Help him to find a solution.
  • Exams are not the end of the world. Accept that, the expectation for everyone to do well is unrealistic, as many will not pursue this for long.

Thanks for a Patient Reading.

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