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College Code of Conduct

2011/04/29 8:32:35 AM

The College Code of Conduct lists the right of each boy. 

  1. I have the right to be educated in an orderly and disciplined environment, and the responsibility to be co-operative, attentive and not disrupt lessons or distract others.
  2. I have the right to voice my opinions in a polite and respectful manner, and the responsibility to listen to and consider the opinions of others.
  3. I have the right to have my work marked and returned within a reasonable time, and the responsibility of ensuring that my homework and assignments are completed and handed in on time.
  4. I have the right to be treated fairly, and the responsibility to uphold honest behaviour, refrain from cheating and from any form of aggressive or abusive behaviour towards others. Respect should be shown to all those who hold positions of authority, as well as those who do not.
  5. It is my right that my property be safe and secure, and my responsibility to show respect for the property of others by not damaging, stealing or in any way interfering with property which is not my own.
  6. It is my right to be treated with respect by other members of the school, regardless of personal, cultural, racial or religious differences, and my responsibility to display tolerance and consideration and refrain from ridiculing others.
  7. I have the right to have all school activities and lessons commence punctually, and the responsibility to arrive at school and at lessons on time.
  8. I have the right to benefit from the good reputation and facilities of the school, and the responsibility to respect and maintain these facilities, to uphold the name of the College, and to behave and dress in such a way that I bring no discredit to the College.
  9. I have the right to the support of the College in sporting, cultural, academic and religious matters, and the responsibility to abide by the norms of good sportsmanship, good manners in my interaction with other schools or the general public, and to show loyalty and commitment toward my team.
  10. I have the right to work in a healthy and litter free environment, and the responsibility to ensure that the school premises are kept clean and that no littering, graffiti or despoiling of any area occurs.
  11. My parents have the right to be fully informed of my academic progress and behaviour at school, consequently it is my responsibility to ensure that information entrusted to my care, e.g. Progress Files, Term and Cycle Reports, Detentions slips, etc. are directly and speedily conveyed to my parents.

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