CODE OF CONDUCT
It is expected that all members of the Spearwood School community will:
- Treat other people respectfully and their property with respect.
- Walk around school buildings and play in the designated play areas.
- Always play in a safe way and keep hands, feet and objects to ourselves.
- Seek assistance if there is a problem that we cannot solve.
- Use courteous manners when speaking to other people.
|RIGHTS and RESPONSIBILITIES|
|Students have the RIGHT to:||Students have the RESPONSIBILITY to:|
|• learn in a purposeful and supportive environment;
• work and play in a safe, secure friendly and clean environment;
• be treated with respect and courtesy.
|• ensure that their behaviour is not disruptive to the learning of others;
• behave and speak in a way that protects and respects the safety and wellbeing of others;
• ensure that the school and personal workspace is kept safe, neat and tidy;
• ensure that they are punctual, polite, prepared and display a positive manner.
|Staff have the RIGHT to:||Staff have the RESPONSIBILITY to:|
|• be treated with respect, courtesy and honesty;
• teach in a safe, secure and clean environment;
• teach in a purposeful and non-disruptive environment;
• have co-operation and support from parents and colleagues.
|• model respectful, courteous and honest behaviour;
• ensure that the school environment, including classrooms and school grounds, are kept safe, secure, neat and tidy;
• establish positive relationships with students, colleagues and parents;
• plan and monitor student progress.
|Parents have the RIGHT to:||Parents have the RESPONSIBILITY to:|
|• be informed of course and curriculum material, behaviour management procedures, and decisions affecting their child’s health and welfare;
• be informed of their child’s progress;
• access a meaningful and relevant education for their child;
• be heard in an appropriate forum on matters related to the rights of their child to an appropriate education. E.g. Case conference interviews.
|• ensure that their child attends school;
• be punctual so students don’t miss key instructions and learning.
• ensure that their child is physically and emotionally ready for effective learning;
• inform the school of any issues that may impact the child’s ability to learn and thrive at school;
• ensure that their child is provided with appropriate materials to learn;
• support the school in providing a meaningful and relevant education for their child;
Students must abide by the Code of Conduct to maintain Good Standing.
Students must have Good Standing to
participate in Extra-curricular activities.
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