Guidelines

School Timings

Summers
(April - December & February - March)

 

Winters
(January)

I & II

7:40am - 1:20pm

 

I & II

8:00am - 1:50pm

III to V 7:40am - 1:30pm   III to V 8:00am - 2:00pm
VI to XII 7:40am - 2:00pm   VI to XII 8:00am - 2:30pm
  • School Gates will open at 7:25am.

  • No student will be permitted inside the School premises before 7:25am.

  • The School Gates will be closed at 7:40am, after which no student will be allowed to enter the School.

  • School Buses will depart at 2:15pm.

 
  • School Gates will open at 7:45am.

  • No student will be permitted inside the School premises before 7:45am.

  • The School Gates will be closed at 8:00am, after which no student will be allowed to enter the School.

  • School Buses will depart at 2:45pm.

 

Notification regarding School Timings during Examinations will be issued as and when applicable

 

School Houses

Gandhi House : Yellow
Jawahar House : Blue
Shastri House : Green
Indira House : Red

 

School Uniform

  • Parents are requested to insure that children come to School every morning in freshly laundered uniform, clean sock, polished shoes, neatly cut nails and well combed hair. Their uniform need not be new but it should be well cared for.

  • It is obligatory that children should come to School in the prescribed uniform.

  • On Thursday and Saturday, (both during Summers and Winters) students will come to School in their Sports Uniform.

 
Summer Uniform

For Boys  
Shirt Full Sleeved School shirt with the School Monogram
 
Trousers

Straight Fit School trousers with Bottom 20".
Tight fit or Low-waist or Side slit trousers are not permitted.
 

Shoes Black Canvas School Shoes with laces and medium toe. Sneakers and Gola shoes are not permitted.
 
Socks School Socks
 
Belt School Belt
 
For Sikh Students Black Patka
 
For Girls  
Shirt Full Sleeved School shirt with School Monogram
 
Trousers

Straight Fit School trousers with Bottom 20".
Tight fit or Low-waist or Side slit trousers are not permitted.
 

Shoes Black Canvas School Shoes with laces and medium toe. Sneakers and Gola shoes are not permitted.
 
Socks School Socks
 
Belt School Belt
 
Ribbon / Hair Band White Ribbon or Hair Band


Winter Uniform

For Boys  
Blazer School Blazer with the School Monogram
 
Pullover Sleeveless or Full Sleeved School Pullover with the School Monogram
 
Shirt Full Sleeved School shirt with the School Monogram
 
Trousers

Straight Fit School trousers with Bottom 20".
Tight fit or Low-waist or Side slit trousers are not permitted.
 
 

Shoes Black Canvas School Shoes with laces and medium toe. Sneakers and Gola shoes are not permitted.
 
Socks School Socks
 
Tie & Belt School Tie and Belt
 
For Sikh Students Black Patka
 

Cap / Gloves  / Muffler

Navy Blue
 
For Girls  
Blazer School Blazer with the School Monogram
 
Pullover Sleeveless or Full Sleeved School Pullover with the School Monogram
 
Shirt Full Sleeved School shirt with the School Monogram
 
Trousers

Straight Fit School trousers with Bottom 20".
Tight fit or Low-waist or Side slit trousers are not permitted.
 

Shoes Black Canvas School Shoes with laces and medium toe. Sneakers and Gola shoes are not permitted.
 
Socks School Socks
 
Tie & Belt School Tie and Belt
 
Ribbon / Hair Band White Ribbon or Hair Band
 

Cap / Gloves  / Muffler

Navy Blue
 

 Sports Uniform
To be worn every Thursday and Saturday
 
Summer

Track Shirt Full Sleeved House Shirt (According to House Colour)
 
Track Pants School Track Pants
 
Shoes White Canvas shoes with laces
 
Socks School Socks
 

Winter

Track Shirt Full Sleeved House Shirt (According to House Colour)
 
Track Pants School Track Pants
 
Shoes White Canvas shoes with laces
 
Socks School Socks
 

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Personal Appearance

  • The length of the hair of the boys should not be shorter than a "Number 5" razor cut. (Excluding Sikh Boys)

  • Senior boys are expected to be clean-shaven. (Excluding Sikh Boys)

  • Hair should not be touching the shirt collar and should be off the face.

  • The fringe when straightened /combed down must not hang in the eyes.

  • The style of the hair should not be extreme including Mohawk, afro, shaved styles and/or patterns.

  • Girls with long hair must tie it into two plaits.

  • No fancy clips, nail polish or Henna is permitted.

  • Hair streaking/colouring or wearing fancy jewellery is strictly prohibited.

  • No fancy hair styles, jewellery like danglers, trinkets and studs are permitted.

  • Tattoos are not permitted.

  • Uniform when treated as a fashion statement distracts the student from learning as they spend more time focusing on their looks and clothes than on academic pursuits.

Strict action will be taken against Uniform Defaulters and Disciplinary Cards will be issued to them.

 

Cardinal Rules For All Cambridgeans

Every Cambridgean abides by these Golden Rules
  • Takes cognizance of various global problems and aims to be a responsible citizens equipped with the skills necessary to inquiry, research and shows independence in learning.

  • Is broad minded, balanced, focused and goal oriented.

  • Is growth oriented - Views challenges as opportunities for growth.

  • Being disciplined is engrained in the core.

  • Has a personal commitment to service the environment.

  • Rises to the occasion to embrace new roles, ideas and strategies.

  • To be mindful towards the needs and feelings of others runs deep.

  • Is intrinsically and extrinsically motivated - Learning new skills, new thoughts, new pedagogy, new knowledge.

  • Always begins with the end in - thinks of each learning experience as an investment rather than a one-time transaction.

  • A Cambridgean knows sharing knowledge with others is an excellent way to reveal one's own strengths and weaknesses and really lock learning into place.

  • Uses technology to his/her advantage.

  • Learn something new every day - Strategical skills, Critical thinking skills, Lateral thinking skills and Being able to think outside the box.

  • Accepts responsibility for one's own learning - admit that the knowledge one cultivates is directly related to the effort one puts into gaining it.

 

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