Expectations for Student Behaviour and Participation

We have high expectations of student behaviour and participation in our learning community in order to ensure a positive, predictable, consistent and safe learning environment for all.

Our school- wide behaviour expectations are based on the key competencies; thinking, relating to others, managing self and participating and contributing.

Students aspire to be responsible citizens who relate well to others, manage their own learning and behaviour and contribute to a positive school culture by;

  • treating school property and the property of others with respect
  • interacting positively with other students, staff, visitors and the community
  • being responsible digital citizens
  • wearing our school uniform with pride at all times

The following behaviours are not appropriate in school grounds

  • Running in the corridors
  • Riding bikes, scooters and/or skateboards
  • Chewing gum
  • Smoking
  • Being in possession of liquor or drugs
  • Consuming liquor or drugs
  • Attending a school function under the influence of liquor or drugs

Failure to meet these expectations may result in consequences at the College’s discretion.

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