Holy Trinity Anglo-Indian School, Thevalakkara

About the school


The school functions under the guidance and care of an advisory board consisting of experienced and

highly qualified educationists. Their knowledge and experience  thrusts emphasis in imparting quality

education and moulding the students as enlightened future citizens of our nation.




                                                          SCHOOL AUTHORITIES

                          MANAGER                                     :      PRAMOD. R


                         PRINCIPAL                                      :     LEENA. L

                         ACADEMIC DIRECTOR                    :     SURENDRAN PILLAI 



1.   Our school aims at the education primarily of the members of all communities. The school stands for

academic excellence, development of skills and character formation based on love.
2    The academic year begins in June.
3.   The course of studies of the school is arranged according to the Cambridge syllabus.
4.   The school provides first aid for the children.
5.   Reports of conduct, application and progress are sent regularly to parents.
6.   Any kind of damage to the furniture in the school premises is to be made good.
7.   Every student should be particularly  careful to avoid throwing  papers, sweet wrappers etc. any where in

the school premises except in  the bins, provided for the purpose.
8.   No fines of any kind or collection for any purpose what so ever ,  may be made with out the principals

9.   No pupil is allowed to leave the school premises during school hours with out the permission of the

Principal .
10. Games and physical training  are compulsory unless a doctor’s certificate is produced.
11.   You , the parents are the real educators of your  children and  without your help and c

o-operation not much fruit can be expected from the effort made by the school. The rules of the  school are

to be strictly observed by your children, (see that they prepare their lessons and take an effective and

helpful interest in the activities of the school).
12.   Parents are expected to co-operate with the school authorities by enforcing regularity and discipline

by seeing that their children. (1)attend the class daily in neat school uniform (2) have all the necessary books,

prepare  their  lessons and take active and helpful interest in the activities of the school.
13.   Parents are informed that occasional reports from teachers are  regularly made in the school calendar.

They are requested to sign  them as a proof that they have read them.
14.   Parents  are particularly expected  to sign the Progress reports, Monthly reports, Unit Test  Papers  or 

any other similar documents  where so requested  and return them to the school, promptly.
15.   If a pupil is likely to be absent due to  illness for  a long period,  the principal must be informed with in

a week.
16.   Parents  are not allowed  to see the pupils nor meet the teachers during the school hours with out the

prior permission of the principal. Only emergency calls should be made during the class hours.
17.   Parents / guardians are requested to see that the servants who come to take the children to or from

school or to bring their children’s lunch do not remain in the school premises any longer than is necessary. 


1.   Children who have not completed the age of 5 on the 31st of May on the year of admission,

cannot be admitted to the Ist  standard.
2.   A new pupil who has attended any other recognized school can be admitted only on by passing a

written test for the respective class and with a transfer certificate.
3.   A student who has not attended Cambridge School in the first term will not be

admitted in the second term to any class.
4.   Application for transfer should be made in writing to the Principal by the parents or the guardian of the pupil.

5.   Before granting a transfer certificate the school is entitled to claim the fee for the term in which the

pupil’s last attendance is made. The pupil is charged the fees for the  whole term, irrespective of the month

of admission.



1.    The hours of class attendance are from 7.30 am to 3.30 pm.
2.    Pupils are responsible to the school authorities for their conduct both in and outside the school.
3.    Every pupil is urged to contribute to the high tone of the school  by his /her manners, and deportment.

Every student must politely wish the teachers on the occasion of his /her first meeting them. The teacher shall

in turn return the greetings. On the teacher entering the class, the pupils must stand up and remain standing

till the teacher takes her seat.
4.    No books other than the prescribed ones required for the time table of the day must be brought to the

5.    The school does not accept responsibility for the loss of books , money , clothes etc. Each pupil is

responsible for his/her own things and is advised not to keep money or other valuables.

6.    No leaving certificate will be given until all dues to the school  have been paid in full.








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