We at Brightland make all possible efforts to maintain the decorum and discipline in school and we do not tolerate any kind of misconduct by any child.

Students are urged to contribute to the high tone of the School by their manners and general behaviour. As far as posture, cleanliness, silence, politeness, honesty, attention to work and respect to teachers and companions are concerned, the School should be looked upon as a place of reverence and discipline.

Students should at all costs avoid writing, carving on walls or desks as these are detrimental to good education and a sign of low taste. Respect for one’s property as well as for that of the School and for the things belonging to others is a mark of a well-bred and responsible student. For any kind of damage done to the School student/s would be asked to pay.

Books, newspapers, pictures/ periodicals, games, articles, CDs, DVD and transistors or electronic instruments not pertaining to their daily work and not approved by the Principal should not be brought to the School. Bringing/Carrying/using mobile phones by the students is strictly prohibited in campus. In case of emergency the student can bring mobile phone provided the parent or guardian gives a written application in the name of Principal same day, personally or along with student. However the child will have to submit the phone to the In-charge Ma’am. If mobile or any other items mentioned above are caught, the School holds all the rights to confiscate it. The school does not accept responsibility for the loss of books, money, clothes, games, articles, watches, etc. of the students.

Coming by bike or any geared two wheeler is not allowed. If non-geared vehicle is used then also the child must have a valid driving license and should use helmet.

The Principal may chastise a student for habitual idleness, disobedience or misconduct injurious to the moral tone of the School, by detention after class hours or by other minor punishments. She may even dismiss a student or ask him to discontinue if he/she is guilty of serious irregularities.

No student may take private tuition in any subject from any member of the School staff without the written permission of the Principal. If Principal allows then all such tuitions must be discontinued one week before the examinations.