CODE OF CONDUCT
This Code of Conduct has been agreed by staff, parents and the Board of Management.
The main function of the school’s code of conduct is to ensure the creation and maintenance of a school climate where effective learning and teaching can occur.
It is based on values such as the dignity of the individual, mutual respect, self-discipline, social responsibility and the common right of all pupils to derive optimum benefit from attendance at school.
(a) Pupils are expected to behave in an orderly manner and to show due respect and courtesy to fellow pupils and school staff.
(b) Pupils are expected to show due respect for school property and for the property of others.
(c) Pupils are expected to avoid involvement in any activity, which might endanger the moral or physical welfare of themselves or others.
(d) Pupils are expected to follow all legitimate instructions of their teachers in matters of safety, conduct in class and school environs, movement about the school, punctuality and class work and homework.
(e) Parental (or Guardian’s) consent is required if a pupil is to be excused from school.