- to be kind, considerate and upright human beings, always ready to offer
encouragement and lend a helping hand.
- to behave courteously to all, rich or poor, regardless of caste, creed, colour or religion, always
respecting the liberty and rights of others.
- to look upon fellow humans from all parts of the world and all walks of life as brethren,
avoiding rudeness and vulgarity at all times.
- to make every effort to contribute their share in making the world a better place to
live in, rather than idly gossiping, lamenting and grumbling over the evils they perceive.
- to posses the courage of their convictions, never hesitating to say a firm NO when asked to do
a thing which they know to be wrong, however tempting it might seem.
- never to be cruel, knowing that cruelty is the trait of bullies with low self- esteem,
while kindness is the mark of gentleness and strength.
- to stand up for and personify the spirit of sportsmanship and fair play, never lie, cheat or be
deliberately unfair in order to win. Playing the game with full heart and accepting defeat with
- to treat staff and visitors in a friendly and respectful manner at school as well as at home,
always rising to wish any teacher or guest politely and offering assistance voluntarily,
without the need to be promoted.
- to accept assigned tasks and duties willingly and without argument ensuring that these are
carried out with the highest standards.
- to take pride in wearing their school uniform and strive to keep it neat and tidy at all
- to respect and treat public property with care; to look after the school premises with
pride of ownership; to prevent wilful damage and to promptly report any breakage
- to take good care of themselves and adopt healthy habits so as to remain mentally and
physically active and strong enough to face the most difficult situations with courage