The school provides with broad guidelines that would enable the students to develop their own Code of Behaviour and Discipline so that a congenial environment is created that is conducive to achieving the aims of the school with the minimum of conflict; clearly defined parameters are provided that are easily understood by students and parents.
A spirit of mutual understanding and co-operation is fostered with teachers and the classmates.
A very high standards of behaviour are developed and maintained and students are empowered to assume responsibilities for their life by following the given ground disciplinary rules.
While being firm and consistent, any response to disruptive behaviour should be avoided by the students.
Students should apply themselves to the learning and application of such life enhancing skills as self-control, conflict management, problem-solving, decision-making, and effective intra-/inter-personal communication.
They should also learn to appreciate that negative behaviour has its consequences and that good behavior shapes the desired community environment.
Students are also expected to become actively involved in class meetings, student councils and in the development of the school Code as well as to take up leadership roles through the system of class prefects.
Students are encouraged and expected to report all forms of bullying, vandalism, and other abusive acts to a trusted member of staff.
Parents and a supportive home environment play a crucial role in shaping attitudes that produce good behaviour in schools. It is therefore important that parents not only be made aware of the aims, values and the nature of expected behavior of the school but that they be actively encouraged to become involved in the process of the drawing up of the school Code.