The school behaviour management policy is based around encouraging and teaching students to make good choices regarding their own behaviour and to stay in control at all times, ensuring the school environment is a safe place for all
STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT
1. Speak kindly to others-use your manners.
2. Follow the teacher’s instructions.
3. Walk on the verandas, in the undercover areas and on the paving.
4. Sit whilst eating.
5. Keep hands and feet to yourself.
6. Wear your hat – No hat – shade play only in the hall.
7. Put all your rubbish in the bin.
8. Report problems to the duty teacher.
The school will not tolerate behaviour that causes intimidation, threat or harassment. Bullying is a conscious desire to hurt, threaten or frighten another person. It can be physical or verbal in nature. All students and parents are encouraged to report bullying incidents so it can be dealt with appropriately.
Parents are reminded that they are NOT to approach other students regarding any issues that may have occurred at school as this will be seen as intimidating behaviour. It is the responsibility of the school to deal with issues that occur in school time. Please give the school the opportunity to do this. Thanks.
A pamphlet is available from the front office outlining our approach, when dealing with bullying.
This will be provided to all families at the beginning of the year.