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Discipline Policy

The goals of discipline are to develop reflective and self-disciplined pupils.

The school takes a nurturing stand towards discipline. Investigation will be carried out by teachers         and/or Discipline Department to gather facts to ensure fairness to all parties involved.

Any pupil who commits an offence will be counselled and guided to reflect on their misbehaviour           and consider the alternative acceptable behaviour.

Types of Offences 

Minor Offences

Serious Offences

o    Late coming

o    Improper attire and grooming

o    Littering

o    Using vulgar language

o    Not doing assignments

 

o    Bullying

o    Disruptive behaviour

o    Open defiance and/or rudeness

o    Theft

o    Vandalism

o    Arson

o    Forgery

 

o    Cheating in assessments / tests / examinations

o    Assault/Fighting

o    Gambling

o    Gangsterism

o    Pornography

o    Possession of weapons

o    Smoking













A Minor Offence would be deemed as a Serious Offence when a pupil commits the offence frequently and recalcitrantly.

All serious or repeated offences will be assessed by members of the Discipline Department. The             Principal, Vice-Principal and HOD Discipline/PC will determine the consequences for the offenders         on a case-by-case basis.

Examples of Consequences
        It may include one or more of the following corrective actions: 
      • Verbal warning 
      • Written warning
      • Suspension from class / school
      • Caning 
      • Compensation
      • Corrective work such as service to school/ community 
      • Reflection 
      • Counselling

  • The school believes that enforcing good discipline is part of the school’s responsibility in providing a holistic education for its pupils. However, its success depends greatly on the understanding and co-operation it receives from the parents or guardians of the students.