The ‘Establishment’ hostels cater to both boys and girls, accommodating them in separate, well ventilated buildings. The facilities provided for boarding and lodging ensures a safe and comfortable stay of children. The dormitories are attached with box rooms, changing rooms and bath rooms with running hot and cold water. A lounge and recreation room with indoor games are also possessed by hostel.
The clothes are washed in laundry, to maintain hygiene and disinfections. Each hosteller is given a comfortable and cozy bed, independent racks for clothes and shoes in use and a mini cupboard and shelves to secure toiletries, cream, oil, powder, brush, comb, books, stationery, tuck etc.
The younger children are helped by maid-servants and peons to keep their things in place, to tidy their racks, make their beds, polish shoes, dress up and get ready for games, studies, meals and school.
Boarders are well looked after individually and given personal attention by trained and experienced Matrons / Wardens / House Masters / House Mothers, who stay in the hostels with the children, day and night.
Reliable and caring maid-servants are on duty for the younger children to attend to them, if required, during nights.
We ensure personalized counseling to help children adjust to the demands of the school life and develop inter-personal relationships.
The school has a well-equipped kitchen with latest gadgets and is designed to maintain perfect hygiene and cleanliness. The food is cooked by qualified and trained chefs.
To take care of general health problems and meet injuries during games etc, it is compulsory for all the students to take regular vaccination and be covered by medical insurance.
Girls and boys reside in separate blocks located in the school campus where the residential life revolves around dormitories. Students are allotted dorms on the basis of their age and class.
Student government at St. Pauls Sr. Sec. School involves a small group of student leaders, known as Prefects. Assisting the faculty in day-to-day governance of the school, the Prefects also help maintain order in the dorms. All students participate in periodic dorm cleanups. Every student also performs a daily “work-job,” for which assignments change every week. Students are given enough free time to pursue activities of personal interest. They are also given duties that teach the value of teamwork and discipline. The “work-job” program promotes a strong work ethic. On weekdays, academics dominate the schedule. However, ample time is set aside on weekends for fun and relaxation. On Saturday afternoons, students not involved in interscholastic sports can watch the games, become involved in one of many clubs, enjoy dorm life, or participate in off-campus activities. Students who remain on campus can enjoy many activities. Sunday is a day of rest in consideration of those who want to sleep in absolute quiet maintained throughout the dorms. Those who wish to attend local religious services will be accommodated. On Sunday a late breakfast is served. Sunday afternoons may involve a trip to a cultural event, going to a local movie theatre, or other group activities.
The school’s regular schedule resumes on Monday with morning exercise starting at 6:00 a.m. during summer and 6:30 a.m. during winter. *
S.N. PARTICULARS SUMMER