CODE OF CONDUCT FOR STUDENTS
SET OF RULES FOR STUDENTS
- The school rules reflect the school community’s expectations in terms of acceptable standards of behaviour, dress and personal presentation in the widest sense.
- School rules are based on courtesy, common sense, personal safety and are designed to support learning.
- The highest standards of behaviour are expected.
- The school emphasises on a high standard of discipline and also demands from the students serious application to their studies as well as other pursuits. This also means full co-operation with parents.
Students have the responsibility :
- To attend school regularly.
- To be punctual for school and lessons.
- To respect the right of others to learn.
- To respect their peers and teachers regardless of ethnicity, religion or gender.
- To respect the property and equipment of the school and others.
- To carry out reasonable instructions to the best of their ability.
- To conduct themselves in a courteous and appropriate manner in school and in public.
- To keep the school environment and the local community free from litter.
- To observe the uniform code of the school.
- To read all school notices and bring them to their parents’/guardians’ attention.
- Students are representatives of our school from leaving home until they return and are thus expected to set themselves a high standard of behaviour both inside and outside the school.
Students are expected to follow the school rules at all times when on the school grounds, representing the school, attending a school activity or when clearly associated with the school i.e. when wearing school uniform.
- We expect our students stand out by the way they carry themselves, behave and talk, whether among themselves or with the staff members, visitors and outsiders.
Any disobedience, misbehaviour and indiscipline will be dealt with very seriously.
Any act of omission which may harm the atmosphere in the School or affect its image will be treated as serious indiscipline.
- For any act of serious indiscipline the School reserves its right to expel the student with or without warning.
- Copying or cheating during test and examination will be considered as a serious offence.
- The Principal’s prior permission for leave of absence from school is essential. Students who are absent without prior sanction, for more than one week, are liable to have their names struck off the rolls as per discretion of school authorities.