Code of Conduct
What do we mean by "RIGHTS"?
These are the things pupils in school are entitled to, whatever their age, gender, colour or religion.
What are pupils "RESPONSIBILITIES"?
Pupils have a duty to make sure that they do not abuse the rights of other people. If pupils do not respect the rights of others, how can they expect them to respect their rights?
What should pupils do?
Pupils should carefully read the rights and responsibilities in our Code of Conduct and abide by them. By doing this the school will continue to be successful.
|To have the best education which will help me achieve my full potential||The school should be supported in providing the best possible education for all pupils|
|To be allowed to work hard in lessons||Not to distract others, making it easy for everyone to work|
|To be treated with respect||Not to harass or be rude to others|
|To feel safe from violence and verbal abuse||Not to be physically aggressive or verbally abusive to others|
|To be supported by everybody around me||To help others whenever possible|
|To be part of a well-ordered, clean and tidy environment||To do my best in keeping the school clean and litter free|
|For people to respect my views||Not to unfairly criticise the views of others.|
|To feel that my personal property is safe||Not to steal or damage others' property|
|To have access to the best equipment and materials that the school can provide||To take care of all school equipment and materials so that everyone can have the benefit of using them|
|To attend a school that has a good reputation||To behave in a way that improves the school's reputation, especially in the public eye|