School Diary

A school diary is an integral part of the school system and has been so for a long time. It is a source of information for students and parents, as well as a mode of communication between the school, students, and parents. That is all schools provide students with a school diary. In addition, students are expected to bring their diary to school and maintain it regularly.

A diary will have all the personal details of a student such as their name, address, blood group,  class, and information regarding their parents, including contact details. This information is helpful in the event of a sudden emergency. A school diary will also have information about:

  • The curriculum followed by the school
  • The school’s code of conduct
  • Timetable to be followed by the students
  • Extra-curricular activities the school promotes
  • Rules & regulations to be followed by the students
  • A calendar for the entire school year with all the holidays marked
  • An overview of the school, details of the staff members 

A diary might also contain (depending on the school) spaces where students can note down important information given by the school. It can also be used by students to write homework and the instructions that are given by the teacher. 

Why should students carry their diaries with them to school? One reason is that teachers can make use of the diary to contact the parents of a student in case of an emergency or if the student is misbehaving. They can also use it to send notes to parents with respect to important updates about the school, class, or student. It also contains the contact details of all the staff members, so if the parents want to contact a teacher, their number is readily available to them. 

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