The management of behaviour at the College
High standards of behaviour are essential for effective teaching and learning. Outside the classroom, good conduct fosters a positive and community spirit.
We believe that:
- all students have the right to learn
- all teachers have the right to teach
- all have the responsibility to respect the rights of others to teach and learn in a safe, supportive environment.
Our code of conduct is called the Fine Line. It sets out the boundaries of expected and unacceptable behaviour. It is used by staff
- to reward positive behaviour
Rewards are public recognition of effort and achievement. They help to improve motivation and raise personal standards.
- to correct negative behaviour, attitudes
Sanctions provide public recognition that certain behaviours are unacceptable. They help to develop a sense of right and wrong.