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Avondale College Behaviour Code

A school as large as Avondale College can operate smoothly and happily only with the co-operation of all students. In order to promote this co-operation there are certain expectations of student behaviour that must be met. This code is based on: (A) Respect for self (B) Respect for others (C) Respect for property. Students must observe the basic code at all times as a condition of continued attendance at Avondale College.

(A) Respect for Self

  • School uniform will be worn fully, neatly and correctly at all times within and out of school.
  • No student will smoke at school, on any school activity, or anywhere whilst in school uniform. These restrictions also apply to the possession of smoking materials.
  • No student will consume alcohol or drugs in school, on any school activity, or anywhere whilst in school uniform; it is a serious breach of the school code for any such substances to be possessed by any student,
  • Students will attend all classes and be on time, Late students must obtain a pass from the dean or teacher that has detained them,

(B) Respect for Others

  • Bullying of any kind will not be tolerated.
  • Foul language, name calling and any other forms of verbal abuse are banned.
  • Dangerous goods and materials, eg knives, laser lights, fireworks, etc are not permitted at school.
  • Mobile phones are to be switched off during class time and other school activities such as assemblies.

(C) Respect for Property

  • No student will steal or damage any other person's property.
  • Vandalism and graffiti are considered to be anti-social acts and are in breach of the school code. Vivid markers are not permitted at school. School books and bags are to be graffiti free.
  • There will be no misuse of school property, for example of the internet and/or school computers.
  • Chewing gum is not permitted at school.

Other general guidelines that should be noted are:

  • Accidental (or other) damage must be properly reported to a teacher. Cost of damage will be assessed and students will be expected to pay for any damage caused.
  • Prefects have authority to enforce our Behaviour Code and have the full backing of the school in the performance of their many duties.
  • Money or valuables that have to be brought to school must be left in the school office for safekeeping. The College can accept no responsibility for money or valuablesĀ  brought to school.
  • For breaches of the Behaviour Code students may be placed on detention in which case they remain at school under teacher supervision until 4.30pm.
  • Students are under the control of the school from the time they leave home until they return.
  • Motor vehicles may be brought to school only with written permission from the Principal.

Students are bound by this Behaviour Code when in uniform, or when under the school's control. At all times students should remember that the good name of Avondale College is in their hands and that their behaviour should be sensible and courteous.

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