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Primary Section (Grade 1 to 5) - Monday to Friday
SR.NO Details Begins Ends
1 Reporting 8:00 AM
2 Homeroom 8:00 AM 8:10 AM
3 Assembly 8:10 AM 8:35 AM
4 Grade I 8:35 AM 9:15 AM
5 Grade II 9:15 AM 9:55 AM
6 Grade III 9:55 AM 10:35 AM
7 Break 10:35 AM 10:55 AM
8 Grade IV 10:55 AM 11:30 AM
9 Grade V 11:30 AM 12:00 PM
10 Grade VI 12:00 PM 12:30
11 Grade VII 12:30 PM 1:00 PM
Secondary Section (Grade 6 to 10) - Monday to Friday
SR.NO Details Begins Ends
1 Reporting 8:00 AM
2 Homeroom 8:00 AM 8:10
3 Assembly 8:10 AM 8:35 AM
4 I 8:35 AM 9:15 AM
5 II 9:15 AM 9:55 AM
6 Break Long 9:55 AM 10:15 AM
7 III 10:15 AM 10:55 AM
8 IV 10:55 AM 11:35 AM
9 V 11:35 AM 12:10 PM
10 Break Short 12:10 PM 12:20 PM
11 VI 12:20 PM 12:55 PM
12 VII 12:55 PM 1:30 PM
13 VIII 1:30 PM 2:00 PM
Primary Section (Grade 1 to 5) - Saturday
SR.NO Details Begins Ends
1 Reporting 8:00 AM
2 Homeroom 8:00 AM 8:10 AM
3 Grade I-MD 8:10 AM 8:50 AM
4 Grade II 8:50 AM 9:30 AM
5 Grade III 9:30 AM 10:05 AM
6 Break 10:05 AM 10:25 AM
7 Grade IV 10:25 AM 11:00 AM
8 Grade V 11:00 AM 11:30 AM
9 Grade VI 11:30 AM 12:00 PM
Secondary Section (Grade 6 to 10) - Saturday
SR.NO Details Begins Ends
1 Reporting 8:00 AM
2 Homeroom 8:00 AM 8:10 AM
3 Grade I-MD 8:10 AM 8:50 AM
4 Grade II 8:50 AM 9:30 AM
5 Grade III 9:30 AM 10:05 AM
6 Break 10:05 AM 10:25 AM
7 Grade IV 10:25 AM 11:00 AM
8 Grade V 11:00 AM 11:30 AM
9 Grade VI 11:30 AM 12:00 PM

Code of Conduct

"Discipline in a school is not just dealing with individual acts of student misconduct in an ad-hoc manner but is a part of the behavioral culture of the school".
- Suzanne Tingley: A Culture of School Discipline (2010)

A Rationale: The Purpose of a School Discipline Code
To create a culture and ethos in the school that
  • promotes effective teaching and learning.
  • ensures that the school’s professed aims and objectives are fulfilled without distraction or disruption.
  • contributes to the safety and security of the school community.
  • encourages responsible behavior and discourages misconduct
  • helps to foster in students values and attitudes that contribute to personal effectiveness and good citizenship
  • develops in students a capacity for self-discipline
To ensure that student misconduct is responded to in a professional, reasonable, humane and consistent manner across the school by
  • articulating clearly the school’s expectations of appropriate student behavior
  • ensuring that the entire school community shares a unified perception on what constitutes student indiscipline/misconduct and the consequences that follow the breach of school rules and regulations.
Creating a Culture of Discipline within the School

Through the school’s discipline code, the entire school community commits itself to the creation of an ethos and atmosphere in the school that fosters desirable behavior, discourages misconduct and is conducive to effective teaching and learning.

The distinguishing characteristics of this ‘culture of discipline’ to which we aspire are as follows:

  • The school building and campus are clean and well-maintained. Classrooms are attractive, student-friendly and equipped with furniture and fittings that ensure a comfortable and safe learning environment.
  • Students are provided with facilities and activities that engage them actively, add value to school life and encourage them to get involved in the community beyond the school.
  • Teaching faculty are experienced professionals, capable of engaging students intellectually and emotionally and who regularly upgrade their knowledge, skills and methodology. Effective teaching-learning is in evidence.
  • There is evidence of effective classroom management by teachers who are trained to improve their classroom management and discipline skills.
  • There is a clear sense of purpose in the school, with teachers and students moving from one class to another without wasting time between lessons. Movement in corridors is orderly and purposeful.
  • Teachers are pro-active and appear to care about about their students and what happens in school.
  • Teachers and students share a warm and friendly relationship. At the same time, teachers maintain their professional dignity while students are courteous and respectful.
  • Teachers model the kind of behavior expected of students.
  • Students and staff attend school regularly and punctually. There is a strong sense of loyalty and ‘belongingness’ among staff and students towards the school.
  • Value education is imbedded in the school’s curriculum and is also promoted through regular school assemblies and personalized counseling.
  • Students are well-groomed and greet teachers and visitors courteously.
  • Students respect school and other’s property. There is no evidence of vandalism.
  • There is no physical violence among students. Teachers and administrators do not resort to corporal punishment in any form.
  • There is a cordial and productive interaction between parents and school. Parents are supportive of the school’s policies and practices.
Expectations from Students
  • Be alert and attentive in class and participate in class activities.
  • Bring relevant material – books, stationery, calculators – to class. Avoid borrowing.
  • Complete classwork and homework assignments regularly.
  • Be a self-learner. Use the resources of the school library. Do independent research.
  • Take formative and summative assessments seriously. Strive for personal improvement.
  • Be pro-active. Approach your teacher for clarifications and feedback on your progress.
  • Participate in school activities to develop communication and leadership skills and to grow in assurance and self-confidence.
  • Participate in community-service activities.
  • Attend school regularly and be on time for your classes.
  • Know your daily time-table and move from one class to another briskly and purposefully.
  • Be sure to have the appropriate permission if you need to miss a class for any reason.
  • Report for co-curricular activities at the correct time and venue.
  • Use the school elevators only if you have the requisite permission to do so.
  • Find out which areas of the school are ‘out-of-bounds’ and avoid being there.
  • Your teachers will be happy to maintain a cordial and friendly relationship with you, but you are expected to address your teachers and other staff members politely and behave courteously and respectfully towards them at all times.
  • Be obedient and follow teachers’ instructions
  • Be courteous and considerate to fellow students, respectful to your seniors and helpful to your juniors. Avoid any form of bullying.
  • Avoid speech and behavior which may cause embarrassment or injury to other students.
  • Avoid physical violence at all times. Resolve misunderstandings and disputes in a civilized manner.
  • Acknowledge and celebrate the achievements of others.
  • Respect the points of view of others.
  • Respect the rights of others to learn.
  • Cooperate with class monitors, school prefects and members of the Student Council.
  • Be familiar with the school’s policy on Academic Honesty.
  • Avoid plagiarism when writing academic assignments. Acknowledge the sources of your research.
  • Avoid dishonesty of any form in assessments and school examinations.
  • Be truthful.
  • Be respectful of the property of others: avoid damaging, vandalizing or stealing the belongings of others.
  • Take responsibility for your actions and accept reprimands or punishments with good grace if you deserve them.
  • Avoid throwing litter in any part of the school campus and in your classrooms.
  • Pick up litter and deposit it in a litter-bin.
  • Take care of your lockers and the furniture and fittings in your classrooms.
  • Keep your classrooms neat and clean: furniture should be arranged in an orderly way, display boards must be well-maintained and rooms free of litter.
  • Inform the authorities if you notice anything in the school campus or building that is a threat to your safety and security.
  • Familiarise yourself with the students’ dress code and grooming guidelines and follow them.
  • Wear your school uniform with pride and respect. It is a part of your identity in and outside your school.
  • Avoid loud speech in the classroom, school corridors and the canteen. Know the difference between an ‘indoor’ voice and an ‘outdoor’ voice.
  • Follow the rules of the school library. It is a place for silent study and research.
  • Avoid running in the school building – especially on the stairs -as this can lead to accidents.
  • Greet visitors to school politely. Be helpful to them.
  • Maintain the highest standards of conduct and speech when visiting other schools or when on school excursions. Remember that on such occasions, you are the ambassadors of the school.

Young Achievers

Science Olympiad Medal Ceremony - 9th November 2017
SOF - International English Olympiad
Khel Mahakumbh
Khel Mahakumbh
Kala Mahakumbh - 1st August, 2017
Olympiad Report 2016-17
English Olympiad Exam Winners Awarded Medals And Certificates - 19th April, 2017
IMO for Maths certificates were awarded - 13th April, 2017
10th International Mathematics Olympiad 2016-17
Hope Talent Contest
Clay Modeling Competition - 15th Feb, 2017
Essay Writing Competition - 15th Feb, 2017
Hope Talent Contest 2016-17
19th National Science Olympiad Exam
Sports Person of the Year - 28th & 29th Jan, 2017

Best Sports Person of the year award is given to the student who has shown great sportsmanship throughout the year. This year the award goes to Mohit Dungrani for the Primary Section and Arman Tiwari for the Secondary Section.

Khel Mahakumbh 2016-17 Athletic Competition at Dihor - org. by district sports Office Bhavengar
Khel MahaKumbh - 14th Oct 2016
National Level Competition

Arman Tiwari who got first Rank in 100 m Runinig Race at Badodra and is selected for National Level Competition.

Sports Competition - Dihor

Hanumant High School students participated in athletics competitions at Dihor. The competition was held for Under 17 years students for various sports. Our students participated in Shot put Javelin, Discuss. Apart from these the students took part in Under 14 Long jump, High jump, 100m, 200m, races. They have been selected for State Level competitions. The list of the students who achieved victory in various sports.

Award for International & Zonal SOF Olympiad winner

Hanumant High School Primary Section students participated in National Science Olympiad organized in 2015-16. Om Oza from Grade V, Ayush Mishra from Grade - IV, Simran Nanavati from Grade - V achieved success in the second level and they have received certificate of excellence.

The will to win, the desire to succeed, the urge to reach your full potential... these are the keys that will unlock the door to personal excellence. Exceptional performance in 6th IEO International English Olympiad, Priyam Pandhi from grade -1 has achieved rank 5th in Gujarat, Daman, Diu, and Dadra Nagar Haveli Zone. He has received Merit certificate, 6th IEO Zonal Silver Medal, and gift worth Rs 1000/- (Educational DVD).

MARRS Pre-School Bee State Level Competition

Hanumant High School Pre-Primary Section students participated in MARRS Pre-School Bee State level Competition organized in May 2016. Mohammed Amin from Grade – Nursery and Ansh Gadhavi from Grade – Nursery achieved success and eligible for National Level. The School Authorities appreciate their participation and wish them a flying success ahead.

International English Olympiad Medal Winners - 2016

The Primary students achieved success by winning medals in the 6th SOF International English Olympiad and cash prizes. Primary Section feels pride to celebrate their success and wishes them progress at further levels.

The list of the students who attained good score and medals:

International English Olympiad Medal Winners - 2016

Election of Primary Section House Captain and Vice Captain - 6 April, 2016

Primary Section of our school held an election of the four houses in the school: Red, Green, Blue and Yellow. The House Captains were chosen from Grade 5th – A & B. The Vice – Captains were chosen from Grade 4th – A & B. The students of the particular house from grade 3rd to 5th voted for them. The results were announced in the next day assembly and the House Captains and Vice-captains were given their badges. It was a proud moment for all of them.

Election of Primary Section House Captain and Vice Captain - 6 April, 2016

Ms. Chetna Tadha, Primary Teacher Secured Gold Medal - March, 2016

Ms. Chetna Tadha, Teacher of Primary Section for Hindi subject obtained a gold medal from the Maharaja Krishakumarsinhji Bhavnagar University on 28th March, 2016. She secured the highest marks in Hindi and was rewarded with the gold medal in the convocation of the university. Hanumant High School feels pride to have a teacher with such caliber.

15th All India HOPE Talent Contest for Art & Essay Writing

School congratulates the participants who won the Cash Prizes and Medals in 15th All India HOPE Talent Contest for Art & Essay Writing. The students of Primary Section participated in this contest and have won Gold Medals, Silver Medals and Bronze Medals. Srivani Devarakonda from III – A attained 2nd Prize in Art with a reward of Cash Prize and Gold Medal. Jiya V. Mehta from IV – B achieved Cash Prize and Gold Medal in Art. The School Authorities appreciate their participation and wish them a flying success ahead.

Khel Mahakumbh, 2016

Our school students have achieved the pride and honour for the school by the successful participation in "Khel Mahakumbh" – the Sports Events & Competitions conducted by the Government of Gujarat. On 21st – January, 2016, the selected students went to M.N. High School for the Taluka Level competitions. The three students of Primary Section have been the rankers in various events. Kamil S. Mobh has secured the First Rank in "Standing Broad Jump". Mehdi Raza Bhurani has achieved the First Rank in "50 mtrs Race" and Second Rank in "Standing Broad Jump". Mahee M. Ram has gained the First Rank in "Standing Broad Jump". The school authorities wish all of them the flying success ahead.

Master Vikrant from grade 10 bagged 1st rank in State Level Khel Mahakumbh in Badminton Tournament.
Pride of Hanumant High School, Mahuva
Mr. Arman Tiwari from VI A won 2 Gold Medals in 400 mts & 200 mts Running Race at Athletics event organized by CBSE – Sahodaya, Vadodara
Students participated & secured 1st Rank in Group Song Competition at "Bharat Vikas Parishad Samuh Gaan " which was held at Somnath.

We feel proud to announce that our school students have shown remarkable achievement in Athletics at district level held at Bhavnagar on 20th August and 21st August 2014.

  • Shagun Pandey - Grade- IX , 3rd place in 100 meters running.
  • Shreya Doshi - Grade –VII , 2nd place in 100 meters Running .
  • Mansi Mehta - Grade - IX , 2nd place in Shot Put.
Olympiads 2015
  • Simran H. Nanavati from Grade - IV has secured first rank at state level in International English Olympiad Exam for the year 2014-15. She has been rewarded with the cash prize of Rs. 5000/- for the same.
  • Om C. Oza from Grade - IV has received the certificate of excellence for the International Mathematics Olympiad for the year 2014 – 15.
  • Ali Asgar M. Rajani from Grade – III has received the certificate of excel-lence for the International Mathematics Olympiad for the year 2014-15