Rules of Conduct

The International Baccalaureate aims to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect.

 The International Program offered at our school encourages children to develop positive attitudes towards themselves and the world around them.  The Learner’s profile of the International Program conveys the program’s goals and establishes a common language within the school community.

The mandate of the school is to provide instruction, to socialize and to provide qualification.  With the use of the Rules of Conduct we educate students to become responsible and to adopt acceptable behaviours.  The Rules of Conduct is primarily based on six attitudes necessary to reach the outcomes of the Learner’s Profile:

 Respect
Cooperation
Empathy

Integrity
Tolerance

Commitment

 All adults are responsible for intervening when necessary with appropriate intervention strategies, using the conflict resolution cycle.

At the end of each term, an element of the Learner’s profile will be recognized.  Every second week, students who have received 3 or more yellow lights and or a red light must serve a detention at school. A student who receives a red light when at daycare will have to do a given task. Occasionally a reward activity will be organized for the students who deserve it.

The agenda is a means of communication at school. It is verified daily.  When a student is given a yellow or red light, the student must have his or her parents signed.  Students must have their agenda at all times and be ready to present it when asked.

The collaboration of all is essential.

 

I commit myself to action

 

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