RULES AND ACCEPTANCE

  

 

NJABINI BOYS HIGH SCHOOL

SOUTH KINANGOP

 

ACCEPTANCE FORM


1.      STUDENT

I am grateful to accept this place offered to me at Njabini Boys High School, and promise to obey all the school rules, to work hard in the academic field, to participate in all the school activities, and to do my best.

 

NAME............................................. ......    K.C.P.E MARKS ........................

 

ADMISSION  NO. ....................................   CLASS ........................................

 

SIGNED ...............................................      DATE .....................................

 

2.      PARENT/GUARDIAN

a.       I have been informed of the contents of this letter and agree to my son becoming a pupil at Njabini Boys High School.

b.      I shall be responsible for the payment of school fees in full each year and fare to and from school each term.(pocket money and fare should be deposited in the accounts office or by m.pesa services Mob No. 0704056520 followed by a meassage ;- Name, Admission No, and class of your son).

c.       I shall be responsible for making the child understand that continued stay in the school depends on his obedience to the school authorities and school rules and regulations.

 

 

SIGNED

 

PARENT/GUARDIAN

 

            NAME...........................................               SIGN .............................

 

            MOBILE NO. (FATHER) .....................                        MOTHER .......................

 

 

DATE ....................................

 

INTRODUCTION

Discipline is the training that produces good character.

Our vision and strong desire is to impart the right values into our boys without which we can not have a "MAN" of tomorrow.  These values include Hardwork, Humility, Obedience, and Honesty among others.

 

Our firm stand on discipline is based on among others;-

a)       Proverbs 19:18 "Discipline your son, for in that there is hope, do not be a willing party to his death."

b)      Proverbs 23:13 "Do not withhold discipline from a child, if you punish him with the rod, he will not die".

c)      Proverbs 22:15  "Folly is bound up in the  heart of a child, but the rod of discipline will drive it far from him.

 

 

NJABINI BOYS HIGH SCHOOL

 SCHOOL RULES AND REGULATIONS

 

1.      Every student MUST be in complete school uniform and smartly dressed and in a tie all the time.

2.      Teachers/Captains regularly inspect individual boxes for unauthorized items.

3.      Non school uniform materials are NOT allowed in the school.

4.      Punctuality at all school functions MUST be observed.

5.      Attendance of classes and preps is compulsory.

6.      Radio cassettes, cameras, mobile phones or any other electrical appliances SHOULD NOT be brought to school.

7.      All assignments or duties given by the teachers must be done to the satisfaction of the respective teachers.

8.      Unnecessary noise and shouting and other forms of disturbance MUST not be noticed in the classroom or anywhere else in the compound.

9.      All forms of communications should be channeled to the Principal either through teachers or directly.

10.  Bullying/fighting or any other form of harassment is strictly PROHIBITED.  This can lead to two weeks suspension.

11.  Dorms/Hostels and areas around them are out of bound to unauthorized visitors.  They are also out of bound to students during class hours.

12.  All students MUST be in bed at the specified times.

13.  Students MUST sleep on the beds allocated to them and must use their own beddings.  Sharing is prohibited.

14.  All beds MUST appear neat at all times.

15.  No wet clothing should be found inside the dormitories.

16.  No movement of furniture crockery or any movable equipment from the hostel, classrooms, laboratories or any other place without permission from the person in charge.

17.  Stealing or handling stolen property is illegal.  A student who breaks this rule may be expelled from school and/or be handed over to the police.  Repayment is twelve times of the stolen item.

18.  No student should pass through the fence or use illegal routes.  A student who breaks this rule will be required to buy a bundle of barbed wire after a suspension of two weeks.

19.  No student should leave the school compound without written permission from the school authority.

20.  All students MUST play an active role in games, sports and clubs.  Students must be in games uniform during games/sports hours.

21.  English and Kiswahili are the only languages allowed in communication among students/teachers.

22.  Staff quarters are out of bound for all students.

23.  Students MUST behave respectfully to all teachers, school workers and visitors and when out of the school.

24.  No student shall interact with any visitor(s) without the permission of the teachers on duty or office.

25.  All students should report to school on official opening days not later than 4.00pm.  Defaulters will be suspended for a further two weeks.

26.  Illegal meetings are forbidden unless with express permission from the teacher on duty or any officer in charge.

27.  Handling of cigarettes, alcohol or any other form of drug is strictly forbidden.  This  can lead to expulsion.

28.  Immorality in school shall lead to instant suspension/exclusion.

29.  While every effort will be taken to ensure safety of students' belonging, the school should not be held responsible for unrecoverable properties misplaced by the students.

30.  Attendance of academic clinics is MANDATORY.

31.  No edibles should be brought in school at any given moment.

32.  Pornographic materials in forms of magazine, tapes, CDs etc are STRICTLY prohibited in school.  They can lead to a suspension of not less than one week.

CONCLUSION

We regard discipline as a very important pillar in the life of students.  It is the key to success.  We implore everybody to get on board and give the school maximum support.  We wish your son a successful stay in our school.


 

Home

HISTORY OF NJABINI BOYS HIGH SCHOOL

It is difficult to give a history of an institution for the last 50 years especially when the source of …

read more