The fate of a school chiefly depends upon its principal He is responsible for the academic, moral, physical and cultural development of students. If I become the principal of my school, I would make every effort to make it an ideal institution.
I would bring about many changes in the system of running the school. Most rules and regulations have become outdated and need changes. The school starts in the morning with an assembly.
Much time is wasted there. I would stop all those long lectures on discipline and hard work. I would encourage the students to share their thoughts and experiences with their schoolmates and the teachers to guide the students.
I would tell the students short stories with a moral in them so that they could learn good values. As the session begins, I would see to it that all the difficult subjects are not taught one after the other. Science should be followed by English and not by mathematics.
I would encourage sports and extracurricular activities like drama, plays, painting music, creative writing, clay modeling, photography, horse riding, swimming, dancing, singing, etc. That would encourage the students to visit the school regularly and enjoy their long hours of stay.
I would request the teachers to befriend the students and eradicate any fear that the students may have in their minds with regard to them. That would improve the working and learning atmosphere in the school.