Standard of Conduct

Learners are required to adhere to the following school rules, parents are required to support these rules and ensure that their responsibilities are carried out correctly:

  • To be punctual for all school activities
  • To take pride in their school uniform. Incomplete and untidy uniforms are unacceptable both on and off school grounds. Please ensure that all items are marked clearly should it get misplaced or lost.
  • To respect the person, dignity and property of other learners.
  • To refrain from interfering with the school or church property, e.g. fire hydrants, equipment
    etc.
  • To refrain from vandalizing desks, walls etc.
  • To refrain from littering
  • Toilets, change rooms, learning centres and classrooms to be kept clean and tidy
  • Water must be conserved.
  • To greet and respect all members of staff and other adults.
  • To refrain from any games or playground activities that could be harmful to others.
  • To refrain from any form of substance abuse.
  • No learner may leave the school grounds without special permission from a staff member
    during school.
  • All absentee notes are to be handed to the supervisor on return from a period of absence
    from the school.
  • Learners may not use the phone without permission from the office. A staff member may
    phone on behalf of the learner should circumstances require it.
  • Learning centres, church hall, kitchen and offices are out of bound areas, unless staff
    permission has been obtained.

The following are considered serious misdemeanours:

  • Malicious damage to property.
  • Any form of graffiti.
  • Verbal, emotional and physical abuse.
  • Possession or distributing of pornographic material.
  • Possession or distributing of occult material.
  • Intimidation or initiation of others.
  • Possession of distribution of alcoholic substances.
  • Possession of knives, firearms, or any other dangerous weapon or object.
  • Possession, using or selling or purchasing drugs and cigarettes .
  • Sexual harassment of another person.
  • Any act of public indecency.
  • Lying.
  • Theft.
  • Cheating in an exam or test.
  • Dishonesty or cheating in school work.
  • Engaging in activities which threaten, disruptive or frustrate teaching or learning.
  • ┬áThe rights and privacy of each learner must be respected at all times.

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