School Policies

PPSCVS SCHOOL POLICIES

 

AIMS AND EXPECTATIONS:

The primary aim of our behaviour policy is to promote good behaviour. We have school rules and the staffs does not ignore unacceptable behaviour, but having high expectations, being good role models and rewarding pupils enables us to promote positive behaviour.

At PPSCVS, we strive to provide a caring ethos where everyone in the school community feels safe, confident, valued and respected. By promoting an environment where everyone can live and work together in a supportive way enables all to reach their full potential, emotionally, socially and intellectually.

This policy is designed to promote good behaviour rather than merely deter anti-social behaviour.

 

ROLES AND RESPONSIBLITIES IN PROMOTING POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR

 

  1. Implement the school behaviour policy consistently throughout the school by setting the standards of behaviour and supporting staff in the implementation of the policy.
  2. Keep records of all reported serious incidents of misbehaviour.
  3. Report the serious grievances , complaints or any maltreat to the trustees/management which would render the policy when required
  4. Ensure the health, safety and welfare of all children in the school.
  5. Report to/meet with parents/careers when necessary
  6. Be aware of and understand all the responsibilities

The staff members will be on field duty during Arrival, Assembly, Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch, Snacks and Departure of students.

 

The Principal in consultation with the Director (Academics & Operations) & Trustees have the responsibility for giving fixed-term suspensions to individual children for serious acts of misbehaviour. The Principal may permanently exclude a child for repeated, or very serious, acts of anti-social behaviour. This action is only taken after the Director (Academics & Operations) & Trustees have been notified.