Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct (& Rules) for all Students (Revised August 2018)

Code of Student Conduct shall apply to:

  • 1. Any student in any of the school buildings or on any of the school premises before, during or after school hours;
  • 2. Any student on any bus or other vehicle on which the student is being transported as part of any school activity;
  • 3. Any student during any school function, activity or event;
  • 4. Any student at any time when he/she is subject to the authority of school personnel; or
  • 5. Any student whose conduct at any time or place has a direct and immediate effect on maintaining order and discipline in the school.
  • 6. Any guest student who may be simply visiting LAIS, or, attending LAIS classes temporarily.

 

Students who intentionally create an emergency situation that disrupts normal School activities; or, those who steal or, attempt to steal; or, knowingly be in possession of stolen property; or, cause damage to school property will have to face the appropriate consequences, which will be determined by the school officials.

When a school official learns or suspects that any student has violated any school policy, rule or regulation that may also be a criminal violation of the laws of the Japan, he/she shall promptly report such violation to the proper law enforcement agency. In such cases, school officials shall cooperate fully with the law enforcement agency; however, internal disciplinary proceedings shall proceed independently from any criminal investigation and prosecution.

1. INTEGRITY:

Any student who knowingly engages in or attempts to engage in plagiarism or falsification in tests, reports or project work shall be subject to strict disciplinary action. The following actions are specifically prohibited:

  • A) Cheating – Cheating includes the actual giving or receiving of any unauthorized assistance or the actual giving or receiving of an unfair advantage on any form of academic work.
  • B) Plagiarism – Plagiarism includes the copying of the language, structure, idea and/or thought of another and representing it as one’s own original work.
  • C) Falsification – Falsification includes the verbal or written statement of any untruth.
2. BULLYING:

Willful intent to intimidate, threaten, or demean another student or group of students is not tolerated by the school. Such behavior will be dealt with by providing appropriate counseling and advice. It is possible that strict actions may include temporary suspension from the school depending upon the severity of the action caused. The decision of the School Management in cases of bullying is final and binding.

3. DAILY ATTENDANCE (KINDERGARTEN):

The students are expected to be at school by 9:15 a.m. as the classes begin at 9:30 a.m. Due to security concerns, no student is permitted to enter the school before 8:50 a.m. The Attendance Book is to be used strictly for school purposes alone. Please do not affix personal stickers or scribble inside or outside the book. The parents must record the student’s body temperature and other required details in the Attendance Book and bring it to the school everyday. In case of loss of the attendance book, it will be reissued at a cost of 1,620 yen.

If someone, other than the parent intends to pick up the student after school, kindly inform us in person and not over the telephone.

The school dismissal time for the first three days and the last three days of each semester in case of the Ruby & Diamond preschoolers is at 11:00 a.m. and for the Silver & Golden kindergartners, it is 12:00 noon.

On Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays school ends at 2:00 p.m. and on Wednesdays at 12:00 noon. The students are required to be picked up within 15 minutes after school dismissal time. Child care fees will be charged for any delay.

4. DAILY ATTENDANCE: (ES, MS & HS):

The ES & MS students are expected to be at school by 8:15 a.m. as the classes begin at 8:30 a.m. Owing to security concerns, no student is permitted to enter the school before 7:50 a.m. Any students coming late to school will be given a tardy. Three tardies will result in two hours of detention. The ES and MS students leave school at 3:30 p.m. (Y10-Y13 classes may end by 4:30 p.m.) unless otherwise notified. During end of semesters, the school will end at 2:35 PM (note: no change for KG)

5. SCHOOL SAFETY (KG, ES, MS & HS):

Little Angels International School is dedicated to providing a safe and secure environment. All our visitors are screened before entry. Only the parents and immediate family (previously identified) are allowed on campus during the school day. No other visitors will be allowed on campus, without prior approval, and this includes catering, external bodies etc. This policy will be enforced without exceptions.

6. ATTENDANCE POLICY (KG, ES, MS & HS):
  • Students must have attended 80% of the days in a year to comply with graduation requirements. For those students who have medical reasons for absence, the school will consider it on a case by case basis (in some cases, additional paid classes may be recommended for qualification).
  • In the event of any absence, it is the responsibility of the student to bring a note (Check the Student Handbook) signed by the parent (or guardian) citing the reason for such absence to the academic coordinator.
  • Students are expected to participate in all school sponsored and approved events.
  • In the event of an excused absence, a student will be allowed to make-up work without receiving any penalties to their grades. The make-up time will be a maximum of 5 days from the day of the student’s return to school. Students in Years 2-4 will have make-up work arranged at the direction of the Teacher.
  • In cases of emergencies, a student leaving during the school day must be given special permission by the parent (or guardian).
  • School attendance is an essential part of our learning process. Even if the student has excused absences, they still count against perfect attendance and the allotted days as defined by the school attendance rule above.
7. PERSONAL BELONGINGS (KG, ES, MS & HS):

Students are solely and strictly responsible for the personal belongings they bring along to the school. All personal items must be marked clearly with the student’s name. Students are not permitted to bring electronic equipment, radios, CD players, tape or cassette players, videos, video games, computer games, discs or floppy disks that are not the property of the school; unless, prior teacher approval is obtained. Mobile or Cellular phones and pagers may not be used and should be turned off during the school hours and kept in the school lockers; unless, prior teacher approval is obtained.

8. STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • 1. Maintain the level of academic performance and ensure proper behavioral conduct that complies with the Little Angels International School standard.
  • 2. To be properly dressed in the school recommended uniforms according to the required attire policy of Little Angels International School.
  • 3. To attend all classes and be punctual every day that school is in session, when in good health.
  • 4. To observe all other established rules and policies of the school.
  • 5. To enter the school with expectations of doing better than what they have done before and improve any behavior or attitude, weakness that may prevent them from learning.
  • 6. The parents are required to compensate the school on any losses/damages to school property caused by the student.
9. DRESS CODE (KINDERGARTEN):

The students are expected to be in uniform at school. On warm days, the prescribed School T-shirt and on cold days, the long-sleeved School Trainer.

Wednesdays are Casual Dress Days. The students need not wear school uniforms, unless specifically required to wear uniforms for events.

The school cap should have an elastic tape attached to hold the cap around the student’s chin. Whenever the students go on field trips/ excursions outside the building premises, they are required to wear their cap. Hence, the caps are to be kept at the school at all times. If not, the school will charge 1,080 yen for a new cap, if needed. Please attach suitable elastic straps to the caps to help avoid any inconveniences in wearing them.

All the students are expected to have one black trouser (plain without any extra pockets in the front) to be worn on special occasions. On special events, the students are required to wear the collared Orange T-shirt with black trousers.

The parents are requested to keep two sets of clothes in the student’s boxes for any emergency and also a school uniform T-shirt. The students are also advised to wear clothes which they can easily take off and put on themselves. The students are advised to wear comfortable sneakers to school and sandals are not permitted. The students are requested to have their nails clipped at least once a week and regularly cleaned. Jewelry and/ or any other form of accessories must not be worn to the school. The students are advised not to bring any of their personal toys to the school. If such toys are brought, the school will not be responsible for any loss or damage.

On school days, the student must use the Schoolbag printed with the official school logo. All the objects and attire, including underwear and socks must be labeled with the student’s name.

The students in diapers will need to pay an extra fee of 1,620 yen every month, for garbage disposal, which will be collected along with other charges semester wise.

The 1.5 to 5 year old kindergarten students and Year 1 students (Mitaka campus) must have a pair of indoor-shoes and the students are expected to wear them while at school. The indoor shoes must be brought on the first working day of each week and taken back home for cleaning on the last working day of each week.

The indoor shoes must be carried in an easy to use bag, which should be adequately sized to fit in the student’s personal items basket. Each student will carry and use their own handkerchiefs and tissues, so kindly select or choose their attire with pockets for ease of use.

10. DRESS CODE: (ELEMENTARY SCHOOL):
  • School uniform is required for all students attending Little Angels International School on all weekdays and school events. Wednesdays are Casual Dress Day and on those days, the students need not wear school uniforms, unless specifically required to wear uniforms for events. However, please note that the children must have a black trouser and blue jean trousers for events specific days. All uniforms must be neat, clean and in good condition. Torn, tattered, or dirty uniforms are unacceptable. Socks are to be worn at all times. Shoes must be correctly laced and tied at all times. The students must wear Indoor Shoes while at school.
  • Parents must ensure that the students trim their hair and further, the hair should not cover the face.
  • No jewelry or accessories may be worn on the body.
  • Facial make-up should be kept to a minimum and should never be applied while at school. No glitter is allowed on the face or body. Fingernail polish is prohibited. Nails must be trimmed at least once a week.
  • Non-natural hair coloring is not permitted.
  • No sunglasses, visors or headgear of any kinds are to be worn at any time on school grounds (this includes Physical Education time and even during Recess). Any items in violation will be duly confiscated and will not be returned until the last day of the school semester.
  • Uniforms are to be worn at all times (with any exceptions previously noted). A change of clothing is permitted only after the school is dismissed and the student is heading off the school premises.
  • For all the Sports events and Physical Education classes, the students must change into the School issued PE clothes with proper socks and sneakers.
  • During clothes changing we encourage discretion and modesty on behalf of all the students.
11. DRESS CODE: (Middle School & High School)(Year 7-9, Year 10-13)
  • Middle & High school students enjoy Casual Dress Day on all working days with a few exceptions
    • Please note that the children must have a black trouser and blue jean trousers for events specific days.
    • They must also have at least one School issued White Trainer or T-Shirt.
    • For all the Sports events and Physical Education classes, the students must change into the School issued PE clothes with proper socks and sneakers.
  • Note that all uniforms/ dresses / clothes must be neat, clean and in good condition. Torn, tattered, or dirty clothes are unacceptable. Socks are to be worn at all times. Shoes must be correctly laced and tied at all times. The students must wear Indoor Shoes while at school. Using slippers and sandals are prohibited during school.
  • Parents must ensure that the students trim their hair and further, the hair should not cover the face.
  • No jewelry or accessories may be worn on the body.
  • Facial make-up should be kept to a minimum and should never be applied while at school. No glitter is allowed on the face or body. Fingernail polish is prohibited. Nails must be trimmed at least once a week.
  • Non-natural hair coloring is not permitted.
  • No sunglasses, visors or headgear of any kinds are to be worn at any time on school grounds (this includes Physical Education time and even during Recess). Any items in violation will be duly confiscated and will not be returned until the last day of the school semester.
  • Uniforms are to be worn at all times (with any exceptions previously noted). A change of clothing is permitted only after the school is dismissed and the student is heading off the school premises.
  • During clothes changing we encourage discretion and modesty on behalf of all the students.
12. SCHOOL BOOKS:

All the Books issued to a student are strictly his/ her responsibility. If these books are misplaced, damaged, or stolen, the student to whom they were originally issued is deemed responsible for paying replacement costs. The students are expected to bring the school handbook everyday on school days. In case of loss of this handbook, it will be reissued at a cost of 1080 yen (based on 8% consumption tax).

13. LIBRARY:

The school has many books which may be borrowed according to the library membership rules. It is important to ensure that the borrowed books are returned on or before the due date in the same condition. Books must be maintained and returned in a good condition. Kindly note that the borrowed book/s, if damaged or torn by the borrower may require additional replacement costs (based upon the cost of the book/s).

The books are categorized for various subjects, topics and age of reader and the teacher may recommend suitable books for additional learning, study reinforcement or even for practice. Kindly follow the rules of the library.

14. ACADEMIC INFORMATION:

Students will receive instruction in the main academic subjects of Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies as core subjects and in addition, Physical Education, Arts & Crafts, Music, Computer Technology and Foreign Languages as supportive subjects in order to achieve holistic learning.

15. ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS FOR KG (Pearl, Ruby, Junior KG & Senior KG):
  • 1. Students must pass all three coresubjects and the additional courses as well.
  • 2. 2. Senior KG and Year 1 students must achieve a minimum of overall C proficiency in their efforts through tests during the year. Those students not scoring a C proficiency on preliminary tests taken will receive appropriate intervention via additional paid tutoring to ensure that they graduate.
  • 3. For those students scoring a high proficiency in subjects, may be suitably fast tracked to ensure that the child’s learning abilities are well met in compliance with our holistic learning process.
16. ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS FOR Years ONE THROUGH SIX:
  • 4. Students must pass all of the four core subjects and the additional courses as well.
  • 5. Third through Fifth Years students must achieve a minimum of overall C proficiency on End-of-year tests. Those Year 6 students not scoring a C proficiency on preliminary tests taken in the YEAR of study will receive appropriate intervention via additional paid tutoring to ensure that they graduate.
  • 6. For those students scoring a high proficiency in subjects, may be suitably fast tracked to ensure that the child’s learning abilities are well met in compliance with our holistic learning process.
17.ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS FOR Year 7-9:
  • 1. Students must pass all of the five core subjects and the additional courses as well.
  • 2. Students must achieve a minimum of overall C proficiency on End-of-Year tests. Those Year 9 students not scoring a C proficiency on preliminary tests taken in their year of study will receive appropriate intervention via additional paid tutoring to ensure that they graduate.
  • 3. For those students scoring a high proficiency in subjects, may be suitably fast tracked to ensure that the child’s learning abilities are well met in compliance with our holistic learning process.
17.ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS FOR Year Year 10-13:
  • 1. Students must pass all of the five core subjects and the additional courses as well.
  • 2. Students must achieve a minimum of overall C proficiency on End-of-Year tests. Those Year 9 students not scoring a C proficiency on preliminary tests taken in their year of study will receive appropriate intervention via additional paid tutoring to ensure that they graduate.
  • 3. For those students scoring a high proficiency in subjects, may be suitably fast tracked to ensure that the child’s learning abilities are well met in compliance with our holistic learning process.
  • 4. Y10-Y11 students must focus on 5 subjects take IGCSE examinations and are expected to perform well in all assignments and to be diligent in their efforts.
  • 5. Year 12-13 students take a minimum of 3 subjects for the AS/ A level examinations and are expected to perform well in all assignments and to be diligent in their efforts.
18. HOMEWORK

KG: The students are required to complete any homework, by the due date.

ES/MS/HS: Homework is an integral part of the learning experiences of each student. Homework is a purposeful continuation or extension of the instructional program to be accomplished by the student outside the regular classroom setting. Homework is assigned for the following reasons: Reinforcement, Enrichment, Completion/ Continuation & Review. Occasionally, the parents may be required to assist or participate in some of the homework, if so deemed necessary.

19. HOMEWORK/ PROJECTS/ ASSIGNMENT POLICY (KG, ES, MS & HS):

When the students are required to complete their homework, it should be submitted by the due date given. Any additional projects/ assignments given to the students must also be completed as stipulated and submitted by the due date. This is the responsibility of the student.

20. PROGRESS REPORTS: (ES, MS & HS)

Student progress reports are sent home on a regular basis to keep the parents (or guardians) aware of the academic performance of their child (or ward). Parents and teachers are encouraged to devise a plan to ensure the student’s success at school.

21. REPORT CARDS:
  • Teachers shall endeavor to provide regular feedback and maintain continuous dialogue with the parents to ensure that the student improves or makes up in advance of educational testing.
  • The students will receive a report card at the end of every semester. Parents (or guardians) are asked to read the report cards carefully, note the teachers’ comments, sign and return the report card to the teacher on the first day of the succeeding semester. Their signature on the report card serves as an attestation of their acquiescence of contents and performance of their child (or ward).
22. ACADEMIC PROBATION: (ES, MS & HS):

Academic Probation is defined as being below the average performance levels or failing in performance in the course work for a minimum of semester. Academic Probation is a tool with which parents, students, teachers, and school administration will work together to enable the student to be academically successful at the school. This tool requires that all involved meet responsibilities. All the students in all Years – 1 through 13, are subject to this understanding and are hence, expected to meet the acceptable academic performance levels.

23. ADDITIONAL/ REMEDIAL CLASSES (ES, MS & HS):

Some students may be required to take extra classes due to their learning styles; the parents will be given due prior notification about the necessity for such extra classes. These extra classes may be held either inside or outside the regular class timings.

24. INTENSIVE ENGLISH COURSE (IEC) (ES & MS):

Students attending this course would need to pay additional fees per month for the first nine months. At the end of the ninth month, if the child passes the English proficiency test, then he/ she will be moved to the standard course. For students in this course, attendance in summer school and summer day camp is compulsory.

25. PHYSICAL EDUCATION:

KG:

  • Physical activities are an important part of our curriculum. We encourage the students to enjoy developing their physical skills as individuals and as members of a team following some simple rules. In the unlikely event of the student being unable to take part in PE events, walking to the park, taking part in swimming, parents must inform the school in advance.
  • Swimming Kit: Please make sure that each student has a swim-suit, towel, and swimming cap during the water playing season. Students using diapers must bring and use the “special” swimming diaper.

ES/ MS/ HS:

  • Physical activities are deemed to be a very important part of our curriculum. We encourage the students to enjoy developing their physical skills as individuals and also as the members of a team following some simple rules. In the unlikely event of the student being unable to take part in PE events or simple activities such as walking to the park or in active participation in swimming, tennis, kindly inform the school in advance.
  • All the students are required to have suitable tennis racquet and special tennis shoes. Swimming Kit: Parents (or guardians) are tasked with ensuring that their child (or ward) has an appropriate swim-suit, a towel, and swimming cap during the swimming season.
26. RESPECTFUL BEHAVIOR (KG, ES, MS & HS):

We always strive to treat all the students with great respect, using lots of words of praise and encouragement and expect the students to be polite and co-operative at all times. Parents will always be informed in the rare event of a serious incident, or persistent bad behavior. The student with behavioral problems will be referred to the school counselor which will be followed by a meeting with the parents. If the situation does not change, then the school will take suitable action which may include suspension depending on the nature and the extent of damage to another student or school property

27. SCHOOL BAG (KG & ES):

All the students in KG and ES are expected to bring their books in the prescribed school bag.

28. STATIONERY:

Students are expected to use only the notebooks as supplied by the school. The students are also expected to bring appropriate pencils (black & colored), erasers and other such supplies as deemed necessary by teachers to complete their learning process.

29. SCHOOL LOCKER (ES, MS & HS):

Every student will be assigned a small school locker to keep his/ her school related materials. Students can use the lockers to keep school related items only. Kindly note that for both security reasons and also from a monitoring perspective, these lockers contents will be periodically checked by the teachers to assess the tidiness of the students and to suggest improvements, if any.

30. INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY:

In case of inclement weather, the parents should follow the information broadcast by the National Television Broadcast (NHK) or Radio transmissions (NHK). However, weather conditions sometimes worsen during the day, after the students have arrived at school and in such an event, the school may be dismissed early. As a school, the safety and well-being of the students, faculty and staff is of the utmost importance. Kindly exercise appropriate caution when traveling to and from school during inclement weather conditions. Makeup for days missed will be determined as and when the need arises. Parents will be notified in advance of the schedule for makeup days, if any.

31. EVACUATION DRILLS:

In line with Government and other Statutory requirements, we undertake Evacuation drills once a semester, and during these drills, the parents must come to the specified Evacuation center and pick up the students as notified.

32. SCHOLASTIC / BAKER BOOK(S) ORDER (KG, ES, MS & HS):

The parents are advised to place the order for Scholastic /Baker books before the first week of the following month. However, please note that if the order amount is insignificant, we may not place the order during that month. The price list will be provided at the beginning of the year and any changes due to the fluctuation in currency exchange rates shall be informed accordingly.

33. ABSENCE DUE TO ILLNESS (KG, ES, MS & HS):
  • Students should not be sent to school when they have a fever (temperature of 37°Celsius) or any rashes on the body. Parents of students who become ill while at school will be contacted as soon as possible. Students should be picked up immediately to help in the prevention of transmitting sicknesses to other students or staff.
  • If your child comes down with the influenza, chickenpox or any other communicable sicknesses, you are advised to keep him/her at home in accordance with the government regulations and submit the school-prescribed medical certificate duly written and signed by the treating doctor.
  • A copy of the school approved medical certificate will be given to each student at the beginning of the academic year. The student is required to submit the doctor’s certificate in the prescribed form, if the student is absent for more than a week due to any kind of illness.
  • The school is authorized to take the students, in case of emergency, to the hospitals / clinics, and also to authorize the doctors of such hospitals / clinics to administer medicines under such emergency situations. The school will immediately inform the parents under these situations.
34. MEDICATION REQUIREMENTS (KG, ES, MS & HS):
  • In general, students at school must be healthy. However, we understand that in some cases of non-communicable diseases etc., the student may require prescribed medicines.
  • For those students who must be administered medication during the school day, the child’s parents (or guardians) are entirely responsible for notifying the school office and also the academic advisor and to supply both the medicine and the instructions for the same (this may at times also require a mandated copy of instructions from your doctor).
35. HEALTH ASSESSMENT:
  • All the students entering each year of the school must receive a health assessment. This assessment must include a medical history and physical examination with screening for vision and hearing.
  • The Health Assessment is to be made no earlier than three months prior to joining Year level and that requires that the results be recorded on a school medical form. It is the PARENTS’ RESPONSIBILITY to secure the health assessment for their student from the local health department or from a private registered medical practitioner.
36. IMMUNIZATIONS:

Please ensure that all immunizations are undergone as per Japanese law. There are no exceptions to this rule. This is to ensure the safety of all the students in the school.

37. COMMUNICABLE DISEASE PREVENTION AND CONTROL:

Students are not permitted to attend school in cases where he/ she suffers a communicable disease. When a student is suspected of having such communicable form of disease, it is the responsibility of the parent (or guardian) to take the student to the local health department or family physician for verification and treatment before that student can return to school and the parent (or guardian) must also submit the health clearance form (a copy of which is available at the school office).
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38. SCHOOL/ KG FEE PAYMENT:

(see relevant fees section)

Non-payment within prescribed norms will result in suspension so parents/ guardians must be careful. The school will send notifications for payment. The parent must fulfill their obligation.

39. SCHOOL EDUCATIONAL TRIPS:
  • The learning process is not entirely confined to the walls of the school. Learning is augmented by visiting many places towards widening the horizons of the students.
  • It is compulsory for all the students to participate in these field trips as they are part of the school curriculum. No exceptions are permitted.
40. DISCONTINUATION OF A STUDENT:

If a student intends to discontinue during or before the start of the academic year, it is the responsibility of the parents to notify the school in writing in the prescribed Termination form. This notification must be received by school administration one semester prior to the end of previous last expected day of attendance in order to stop the direct collection by the bank or any refund of tuition fees. If at anytime, during the academic year, the student chooses to discontinue Little Angels International School/ Kindergarten for any reason, no refund of tuition fees or other fees is made. This applies to even students leaving at the end of the academic year too

41. RE-ENROLLMENT of STUDENTS:

All students must re-enroll each academic year by submitting the re-enrollment form by school prescribed deadlines. This application requires the student to submit new photographs, address changes, contact changes or health related matters. Payment of fees a one-time or in installments must be indicated as well. This process is mandatory. LAIS/ LAIK academic year starts in September of each year.

42. CONDUCT AND DISCIPLINE:

In order to meet the needs of its students, the school must provide an environment conducive to serious study and respect for oneself, other people, and property. The purpose of this Code of Student Conduct is to provide in a single document, those policies relating to the conduct of students at Little Angels International School judged to be necessary for the safe and effective operation of the school.

All the students shall comply with all the rules and regulations of the school governing behavior and conduct.

43. INTEGRITY:

Any student who knowingly engages in or attempts to engage in plagiarism or falsification in tests, reports or project work shall be subject to strict disciplinary action. The following actions are specifically prohibited:

  • A. Cheating – Cheating includes the actual giving or receiving of any unauthorized assistance or the actual giving or receiving of an unfair advantage on any form of academic work.
  • B. Plagiarism – Plagiarism includes the copying of the language, structure, idea and/or thought of another and representing it as one’s own original work.
  • C. Falsification – Falsification includes the verbal or written statement of any untruth.
44. BULLYING:

Willful intent to intimidate, threaten, or to demean another student or a group of students is strictly not tolerated by the school. Such behavior will be dealt with by providing appropriate counseling and advice. It is possible that strict actions may include temporary suspension from the school depending upon the severity of the action caused. The School Management reserves the right to proceed with action without any prior intimation to parents/ guardians.

45. CHILD CARE CLUB MEMBERSHIP (Y1 through Y4):

Child Care is provided for Year 1 – Year 4 students and is available until 18:00 on all weekdays (unless otherwise notified). Due to special events, early dismissal days and other such constraining factors, Child care may be unavailable on certain days and therefore, prior notification of a student needing Child care would greatly assist us in increasing the efficiency of the process.

Students, who require child care, must first enroll in the Child Care Club. An annual (academic year) membership fee will be charged. Students will be charged at on an hourly basis. The Child care fees will be collected along with any other monthly fees due, through direct bank transfer.

46. VOLUNTARY WORK AT SCHOOL (KG, ES, MS & HS):

We believe that parental involvement in the school activities is paramount to provide inspiration to the students and also to maintain a sense of belonging as well. Hence, the parents are expected to volunteer their services a minimum of three times in an academic year. We strongly believe this will boost the parent’s commitment to get involved in their child’s education. The volunteering parents will be appropriately trained and informed of their responsibilities and duties in advance. The various activities are listed in the sign up sheet (at the office).

47. TELEPHONE POLICY: (KG, ES, MS & HS):

Students will not be allowed to use the telephone unless the call pertains to any illness or an emergency. Students will not be able to use the telephone for making arrangements for after school, early dismissal, riding in a different vehicle, or any other personal business. Mobile telephones may be brought to school but must be kept locked away in the lockers and not used during school hours.

48. MEDIA POLICY (KG, ES, MS & HS):

During the school year students are likely to be recorded, video taped, interviewed and/or quoted by various types of news media (i.e. radio, television and newspapers, etc.). These pictures, videos may be used for school web site, promotional materials, advertisement or purpose deemed essential for school growth. The parents are expected to inform the school authorities, if they do not want their child’s image to be used in any of the above mentioned materials.

49. PRIVACY POLICY (KG, ES, MS & HS):

The student’s school email ID should only be used for school communication purposes. Kindly respect the privacy of the school members and you must not share this information with any outsiders.

50. Regarding this POLICY and RULES:

This agreement is in compliance with the rules and regulations of Little Angels 学園.

If you need any clarifications, please email us at info@angelsenglish.com or call us at 0422-57-6887 (+81422576887)

51. SCHOOL BUS (KG):
  • Students who use the LA school bus are advised to follow the bus timings. If they are going to be absent they need to inform the person in charge of the bus. Number provided upon request.
  • The school bus service and timings depend upon the traffic and environmental conditions and they cannot be guaranteed.
  • For those students being dropped and picked up by parent(s), the parent(s) and student must obey the law and comply with safety precautions etc.
  • Note that Year 1 students (under the age of 6 before March of the year) may avail the KG Bus services.
  • The bus service is regular but on certain days (before events or, the end of semesters etc.,) bus service will be suspended. LAIS will try to inform the parents/ guardians in advance about such disruptions.
  • When inclement weather or unforeseen circumstances arise, bus services may be stopped without prior notification. The school will attempt to reach out to the parents in such a case.
52. TRAVEL BY PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION (ES, MS & HS):

The school does not provide private transportation to ES, MS ad HS students. Students taking public transportation such as a bus, train must obey the rules of the city/ government. They must avoid making unnecessary noises or causing trouble to others, or making a nuisance of themselves. The student’s behavior reflects upon the school and so care and decorum must be exercised.

Parents may drop and pick up but that is entirely the responsibility of the individual. The school does not take any responsibility for such travel.

53. Special notes about the ages of students:

LAIK Year 1.5 year olds till 5 years; LAIS: 5+ (Y1), 6+ (Y2) and so on.
However, LAIK and LAIS reserves the right to pace students in appropriate Grades based upon ability. The ages are strictly tentative in scope. The School reserves the right to do so with the student’s benefit in due consideration.

54. About this Policy:
The Little Angels Kindergarten & International School reserves the right to make changes to this policy at any time without prior notification.
These policy rules are held to be sacrosanct and all students and parents must read and comply.
This policy is revised and in immediate effect from September 2018 and remains valid without expiry.
Changes to this policy will be updated on the school website. Contact the School Administration office for the latest version.
Revised: December 20, 2018
55. Appendix:

Appendix:Emergency regulations and more:

School evacuation details in case of Earthquake or Fire:

The parents are advised to pick up their students in the places marked in the map below.

Mitaka Main Campus  -Shimorenjaku Takanokojido Koen

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