|QVS Master on Duty|
|The MOD is responsible for the smooth running of the School during extra-curricular time. His daily time of duty is from 5:50 am to 6:00 pm, when the Prep Master takes over for the evening. Exceptions are Saturday and Sunday, when the M.0.D is responsible for supervising any evening activity on Saturday and for supervising lights out on both evenings. The help of Prefects and group leaders should be sought as much as possible and, whenever practicable, responsibility should be passed over to them subject to unobtrusive observation by M.0.D.
8:15 - 8:30 am See boys off to Chapel. Dorms, are reasonably tidy
8:30 am Go around school to see boys are not shirking chapel and S.D.A. boys are working in kitchen
12:15-1:00pm & 5:15-6pm Supervise laying-up, eating, cleaning-up of meals
8:30 - 9:30 pm Lights out according to week-day schedule. (Dorm Captains should report boys who have not returned from leave Check and give list to Principal on Monday morning Verbal 'nil return' please) MONDAY TO FRIDAY:
5:50 am - 6:00 am (Go through dormitories and see boys are ready to start their duties at 6:00 am N.B Boys should be clear of dormitories by 6:00 am (6:10 Term II)
6:00 - 6:55 am Supervise morning duties, checking on attendance and the work done. Particular points:-
(i) School and staff lavatories: Paper provided basins clean and disinfectant used daily.
(ii) Drains clean
(iii) Kitchen and servery floor tiles clean
(iv) Check groups working away from immediateschool area e.g. cassava weeders
(v) Check various groups to ensure full attendance
(vi) If it is raining, M.0.D. may at his discretion order essential duties only
(vii) See that firewood boys keep up a steady supply of cut wood
(viii) Classroom windows are clean. No Bon Ami left on them
8:00 - 8:15 am Check through Dorms to see boys are on their way to Chapel No showers after breakfast. Check on absentees reported by Principal or First Assistant
1:20 - 1:35 pm During that time check that dorms are quiet and. that boys are resting0
3:15 pm Supervise compound maintenance on scheduled days, having consulted the Master I/C compound on the area to be cleared. Check attendance and keep boys on the jobs. On wet days, when Sports and Maintenance are cancelled, M.O.D. should be readily available
See time boy rings bell above rara and that the rara is clear of boys by 5:00PM at the latest. SATURDAY:
5:50 - 6:55 am As on week-days. (Head Boy should inform MOD where boys are needed for farm work that morning).
8:00 - 9:00 am Supervise Farm Work (with Farm Manager), Check attendance, and keep boys on the job.
9:30 am Supervise morning tea in Dining Hall.
10:00 am Check cleaning of Dining Hall.
12:45 - 1:15 p.m. Meal master duty for lunch.
5:00 p.m. Meal master duty for tea, Evening activity, if necessary.
9:00 - 10:00 p.m. lights out according to time table; Junior end: 9:30 p.m. Senior end: 10pm, In general, the MOD should:
(i) Not leave the compound during his week of duty without arranging for a deputy, and telling the principal of the change.
(ii) Keep an ear open for any excessive noise, quelling it if necessary and an eye open for any activity likely to damage school property (e.g. Ball games in the dormitory area, inside the hibiscus hedge.)
(iii) Give local leave at his discretion during the day to boys who wish to leave the compound for a good reason, (Boys wishing to go to Devi Prasad's store must ask the Principal) Such boys should report to MOD before they leave and on return. School uniform, unless on a sporting activity There must be a 6th Form boy in charge of any group swimming in the Lawaki River,
(iv) See that the time-boy keeps wireless time and does not forget any lali-beating or bell-ringing.
(v) Make one 'late night check' any time between 11:00 p.m. and 4:00 a.m. during the week of his duty week and inform the Principal the following morning if any untoward occurrence. Make a note of check in MOD file.
(vi) See that transistor radios are not taken
(a) into the class room block.
(b) into the dining-hall area
(c) on to any farming, gardening or maintenance parades.