The Grammar School

Following a nomination by Microsoft, The Grammar School proudly announces that it is now recognized as a Microsoft Showcase School for 2014-2015.  The Grammar School has now joined an exclusive group of schools across the world which successfully integrates technology with teaching and learning to deliver more personalized education to ...

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Code of Conduct

Students are expected to:

 

  • Behave in a polite and friendly manner, showing respect and tolerance for the opinions and beliefs of their teachers and fellow students
  • Address their teachers by their title and surname
  • Attend lessons punctually and regularly
  • Avoid missing school apart from in cases of illness or unavoidable circumstances
  • Cultivate a disciplined and systematic approach to their studies
  • Wear the correct school uniform and comply with the rules regarding haircuts, shaving and jewellery
  • Leave valuables and electronic items at home
  • Not to damage school property. Stealing will not be tolerated 

 

Disciplinary Actions

Disciplinary cases are dealt with by the Deputy Headmaster in charge of discipline after referral by a teacher.  According to the severity of the case, the Deputy Headmaster may deal with the case himself or convene a disciplinary committee comprised of the teacher in charge of the student, three other teachers (at least one should be a Head of a relevant Department) and/or two students from the students committee (if the case does not jeopardise the disclosure of personal information).

The Disciplinary Committee may impose disciplinary actions ranging from guidance to suspension at home (five days maximum), depending both on the severity of the case and the frequency of misbehavior of the particular student.  Total expulsion from the School may be imposed only by the Teachers’ Council after referral by the Disciplinary Committee. 

The Parents/guardians involved are informed immediately by the Deputy Headmaster both about the incident and the imposed penalty.  In case of disagreement, the case is referred to the Headmasters’ Committee and their decision is final and binding. 

The Grammar School ethos dictates that students who misbehave are first offered guidance and counselling measures before the imposition of any penalty.  


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