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Exams & Promotions


There are two terminals and one final examination during the year. No candidate will be admitted to any of these examinations without paying his/ her tuition and examination fees.Pupils absent from any examinations should not expect to be re-examined, and those absent from an examination without prior permission will be considered as having failed.The progress report has to be signed by the parent or guardian and return to the school authorities, as a proof of their having seen the report.If a pupil is not able to appear for the whole or a part of an examination, for a valid and accepted reason, his promotion will be considered on the strength of the year’s record.

In all examinations 33% of marks are required to pass and 80% for distinction.

The final assessment of a student for promotion in the non-board classes shall be decided on the annual record of the pupil based on 200 marks to be distributed as follows:-

  1.   Unit Test [Total 3]
  2. First Terminal – 50 marks
  3. Second Terminal – 50 marks
  4. Annual Examination – 90 marks
  5. Sessionals – 10 marks


Learning Environment


Running, Playing or shouting inside the classroom is not permitted at all.
Any kind of damage to property, whether of the school or its inmates must be made good, at all times. No excuses will be entertained.
English, which is the medium of instruction in the school, would normally be used at all times in the school premises.
The school will not be responsible for the loss of books, copies, money, and clothes or similar. Students must be careful to look after their own things.

-The Principal/ Teacher has the authority to punish the students when necessary.
-If the child is weak in his/ her studies, the teacher will take extra time and help them in their work.
-The students are to wear the school uniform. A student who is not dressed in proper school uniform will not be permitted to sit in the class.


Pupils are encouraged to participate in extra -curricular activities in the belief that this is an essential aspect of their overall education, and complimentary to their academic development, both of these components being essential in preparing our pupils for life. Douglas is committed to an education that extends beyond the confines of the classroom. Exemption from games can only be granted on production of a Medical Certificate. It is in the interest of every student that he should identify himself with some school extracurricular activity. We continue to maintain a sporting/cultural balance by offering many activities outside the realm of sport. Debates, speech contests, School and House plays all give the pupils a chance to perform in front of, or to an audience.

Parent's Teacher Meeting (PTM)

  • Academic Parent’s Teacher Meeting are held for every Grade twice in a year at which parents have the opportunity of meeting their ward teachers individually and discussing their ward’s progress.
  • In the event of a problem arising, parents should, in the first instance, make contact with the Class Teacher responsible for their ward.Should the matter not be resolved or if it is of a particularly serious or sensitive nature, kindly arrange an appointment through their respective teacher with the Principal.


Parents are encouraged to play an active role in the education of their wards. It is a dual responsibility shared with the school.


The Mother’s Group has both a social and service function. A social programme of talks and demonstrations is arranged and mothers are encouraged to attend.

The Mothers also serve on the following subcommittees, each with its own convener.

  • Substitution Teachers
  • Major Functions