0302500945
Legon-Accra
7:30am - 15:30pm Weekdays

Academics

The overall period of training is three years, in accordance with Ghana Education Service regulations for Senior High Schools.

Each academic year runs from September to July. There are two semesters in the year as follows:

FIRST SEMESTER
SECOND SEMESTER
September to January
March to June

Examination are conducted at the end of each semester and reports are sent to Parents/Guardians.

Pupils will normally be expected to stay in the School throughout the semester. At mid-sem (Friday afternoon till Monday by 5:00pm), pupils who so wish will be allowed to go home.
Pupils however, are not allowed to remain on the school premises during vacations. Students are not permitted to leave their personal effects in the school during vacation; students who do that do so at their own risk.

The accepted curriculum for senior high schools as prescribed by the Government of Ghana through the Ghana Education Service comprises:

PROGRAMMES & ELECTIVES
CORE SUBJECTS
COMPULSORY FOR ALL(CORE)
GENERAL SCIENCE
MATHEMATICS
English Language 4hrs/week
AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE
INTEGRATED SCIENCE
Socia Studies 2hrs/week
BUSINESS
ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Core Mathematics 4hrs/week
GENERAL ARTS
SOCIAL STUDIES
Integrated Science 3hrs/week
VISUAL ARTS
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Physical Education 1hr.10min/week
MUSIC
RELIGIOUS / MORAL EDUCATION
Music 1hr.10min/week
ICT
ICT
FRENCH

Each student may present three or four elective subject combinations of his programme of study and four compulsory cores which are Mathematics, Integrated Science, English Language and Social Studies, at the final examinations organized by the West African Examinations Council (W.A.E.C) for Ghana, Nigeria, Sierra Leone and the Gambia.

Science elective subjects are allocated about 5 to 6 hours a week including practical lessons. The non-sciences are allocated 4 hours a week.

Co-Curricular Activities:
Physical training, hobbies and organized games are compulsory for all and there are various clubs and societies offering opportunities for the development of special interest and skills. A student is expected to join at least one. Each club is expected to undertake a project once a year.

GENERAL PROSPECTUS FOR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS, GREATER ACCRA
BOARDERS (BOY) PERSONAL ITEM
1. Church Cloth and Jumper (School Specified) 14. Sponge, Sponge Bag ,Towel 27. A Pair of Shoes (black or brown)
2. Long Sleeves Shirt (2) White 15. Bucket 28. Canvas/ Sneakers
3.Pyjamas 16. Toilet Roll (1 Pack) 29. Hymn Book/ Presbyterian Hymn Book
4. Shorts 2 (Khaki) 17. Tooth Paste and Tooth Brush 30. Iron
5. Singlet (3) White 18. Bathroom Slippers (1) 31. Touch Light – Battery/ Solar Flash Light
6. Trousers 2 (Khaki) 19. Comb, Hairbrush, Pomade 32. Plate, Bowls, Cutlery Set Cup
7. Socks (black and brown) 20. Trunk or Suitcase 33. Napkin
8. Tie (School Tie) 21. Chop Box 34. Bible
9. Belt (black and brown) 22. White Bed Sheets (2), Blanket, Pillow 35. 1 White T. Shirt
10. Boxer Short (6) 23. Mackintosh – covered Mattress 36. 1 Blue T. Shirt
11. Sleeping Cloth 24. Mathematical Set, Calculator
12. Mosquito Net 25. School Bag
13. Cardigan or Sweater 26. Rain Coat/ Umbrella
DAY STUDENTS (BOY) PERSONAL ITEM
1.Cutlery Set 5. Mathematical Set 9. Sandals (Black or Brown)
2. Plate 6. Calculator 10. Socks (Black and Brown)
3. Bowl 7. School Bag 11. P.E. Canvas or Sneakers
4. Cup 8. White T. Shirt 12. Hymn Book ( Presbyterian Hymn Book)
 SCHOOL ITEMS
1. Cutlass or Hoe or Rake 4. Broom 1 Long 1 Short 7. Toilet Roll ( 1 Pack)
2. Liquid Soap or Parazone (1 litre) 5. Scrubbing Brush 8. Mop Bucket, Mop
3. Washing Powder (500g) 6. Duster 2 (Cloth) 6. NHIS Card
Note Carefully
      • Every student is strictly expected to bring National Health Insurance Card
      • Students who do not bring with them the required number of articles will be sent home at once to collect them.
      • All new students must be medically fit. They will be expected to participate in all P.E. exercises and School work. Medical examination will be conducted at the school.
SOUND SYSTEM AND ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE ARE NOT ALLOWED IN THE BOARDING HOUSE
      • No cell (mobile) phone, iPod, Walkman and discman players,Mp3s, water heater, rice cooker, stove, rechargeable lamp, fan, video and television sets,laptop etc are permitted.
      • No case of special diet will be entertained.
      • Parents are advised not to give excessive amounts of money to their wards as pocket money. The maximum should be GH¢50.00 .
      • Visiting hours: Second Saturday of the month only, 11am. – 5pm.
NB: ANY UNAUTHORIZED CLOTHING / ITEM BROUGHT TO SCHOOL WILL BE CONFISCATED

School Rules & Regulations

REVIEWED SCHOOL RULES AND REGULATIONS
CLASSIFICATION OF OFFENCES AND THEIR RECOMMENDED PUNISHMENTS
ARTICLE 1: COMMON SENSE
Any Breach of Common Sense is a Breach of School Rules
ARTICLE 2: ACADEMIC OFFENCES
OFFENCES
REMEDIES
2.1
Cheating during examination or class test.
2.1
Cancellation of papers, 2 weeks external suspension and counseling. For promotional exams, the student will be repeated in the class.
2.2
(a) Failure to attend classes
(b) Hiding in the dormitories during class hours.
(c) Persistent absence from classes
2.2
(a) 5 days external suspension and counseling.
(b) Deboardinization.
(c) Dismissal
2.3
(a) Failure to do class assignments
(b) Persistent refusal to do class assignments and failure to write end of term examination.
2.3
(a) One-week external suspension and counseling.
(b) Dismissal
2.4
(a) Failure to attend Prep.
(b) Hiding in the dormitories during Prep.
(c) Persistent absence from Prep.
2.4
(a) 5 days external suspension and counseling.
(b) Deboardinization.
(c) Dismissal
2.5
Disturbance at Prep.
2.5
1st Offence: One-day internal suspension
2nd Offence: 5 days external suspension
ARTICLE 3: OFFENCES AGAINST TEACHERS
3.1
Disrespect to a Teacher amounting to insubordination.
3.1
1st Offence: 2 weeks external suspension.
2nd Offence: Dismissal.
3.2
Refusal to do/complete a Teacher’s
punishment
3.2
5 days external suspension plus the completion of the original work.
3.3
Deceiving Teachers
3.3
2 weeks external suspension, counseling and signing a bond of good behavior.
ARTICLE 4: OFFENCES AGAINST PREFECTS
4.1 Disrespect to Prefects 4.1 1st Offence 3 days internal suspension
2nd Offence 5 days internal suspension.
4.2
Refusal to do/complete a prefect’s punishment.
4.2
3 days internal suspension plus the completion of the original work.
ARTICLE 5: OFFENCES IN RELATION TO GROOMING
5.1 Improper Dressing 5.1 3 days internal suspension.
5.2
The use of unauthorized clothing in School
5.2
1st Offence – Confiscation of the items for good and 1 week internal suspension.
2nd Offence – 2 weeks external suspension.
5.3
Bushy hair/facial hair, bleaching of hair/unacceptable haircut.
5.3
1st Offence – 2 weeks external suspension and removal of hair style by student himself
2nd Offence – 2 weeks external suspension and deboardinization.
5.4
Wearing of Earring/s and perforating of ears.
5.4
2 weeks external suspension and counseling.
5.5
Alterations on the School uniforms.
5.5
Confiscation of the altered uniform, One-week internal suspension and signing a bond of good behavior.
ARTICLE 6: OFFENCES IN RELATION TO EXEATS AND BREAKING OF BOUNDS
6.1
Leaving the School compound without permission.
6.1
1st Offence – 2 weeks external suspension and counseling.
2nd Offence – Indefinite suspension pending
investigation and counseling.
6.2
Failure to observe any School rule during Mid-term, Public holidays and Weekends
6.2
Punishment corresponding to the offence committed.
6.3
Late/failure to return from Mid-term or Holidays on time without a plausible explanation
6.3
Internal suspension with graduated manual work according to the number of days spent outside school.
After two weeks – deboardinization.
6.4
(a) Failure to return to School from exeat at the stipulated time on the same day.
(b) Over staying of exeat for one or more days.
6.4
(a) One-day internal suspension and a forfeiture of exeat for one term
(b) One-week external suspension and deboardinization.
6.5
Organizing meetings/programs in the School without approval.
6.5
2 weeks external suspension/ deboardinization
6.6
Organizing and taking students to programs outside the School without approval
6.6
2 weeks external suspension/ deboardinization
6.7
Seeing visitors off beyond the specified areas.
6.7
1st Offence – 5 days internal suspension
2nd Offence – 5 days external suspension
3rd Offence – deboardinization.
ARTICLE 7: OFFENCES IN RELATION TO SCHOOL GATHERINGS
7.1
Lateness to School gathering
7.1
1st Offence – One-day internal suspension.
2nd Offence – 3 days internal suspension.
7.2
Failure to attend School gathering
7.2
1st Offence – 2 weeks internal suspension.
2nd Offence – 2 weeks external suspension or deboardinization.
ARTICLE 8: OFFENCES IN RELATION TO BOARDING HOUSE
8.1
Receiving visitors at the wrong time/non visiting time/days.
8.1
1st Offence – 5 days external suspension.
2nd Offence – deboardinization
8.2
Keeping a student who is under suspension or deboardinization in the dormitory.
8.2
1st Offence – 2 weeks external suspension, signing a bond of good behavior and payment of 3 times the boarding fee for the number of days.
2nd Offence – 2 weeks external suspension and deboardinization.
8.3
Entertaining a stranger in the dormitory
8.3
2 weeks external suspension and deboardinization
8.4
Indecent exposure
8.4
1st Offence – 2 weeks internal suspension, counseling and signing a bond of good behavior
8.5
Neglecting house duties.
8.5
1st Offence – Insistence of the work to be done, One-week internal suspension, signing a bond of good behavior and counseling.
2nd Offence – 2 weeks external suspension and deboardinzation.
8.6
Unlawful entry into any restricted area in the school such as the Basic School, School farms, areas around the roundabout and the atomic bore hole etc.
8.6
Indefinite suspension pending the decision of the Board.
8.7
Unauthorized return to the boarding house by a deboardinized student.
8.7
Paying 3 times the boarding fee for the number of days in the Boarding house and indefinite suspension pending the decision of the Board.
8.8
(a) Temporarily declaring oneself day student without informing the authorities.
(b) Permanently leaving the boarding house without informing the authorities concerned.
8.8
(a) Deboardinization
(b) Payment of 3 times the boarding fees and deboardinization
8.9
Defecating in the dormitories.
8.9
2 weeks external suspension and deboardinization with counseling.
8.10 Scaling (jumping) dormitory walls 8.10 Deboardinization
8.11
Illegal electrical connection
8.11
Payment for damage caused if any and deboardinization
8.12
Boarders found in a moving vehicle on School compound without permission.
8.12
1st Offence – 5 days external suspension
2nd Offence – deboardinization
8.13
Buying food before 6.30am and beyond 5.30 pm
8.13
1st Offence – 5 days internal suspension
2nd Offence – 5 days external suspension
3rd Offence – deboardinization
ARTICLE 9: OFFENCES IN RELATION TO DINING
9.1
Failure to go to the dining hall
9.1
1st Offence – 5 days internal suspension
2nd Offence – 2 weeks external suspension
3rd Offence – deboardinization
9.2
Sending food out of the dining hall.
9.2
1st Offence – 2 days internal suspension and counseling
2nd Offence – deboardinization
9.3
Looting food in the dining hall
9.3
Paying for 3 times the cost of the food and deboardinization.
9.4
Rushing (charging) into the dining hall.
9.4
1st Offence – One-week external suspension.
2nd Offence – 2 weeks external suspension and deboardinization
9.5
Failure to use cup, plate and cutlery in the dining hall
9.5
1st Offence – 3 days internal suspension
2nd Offence – 2 weeks internal suspension
ARTICLE 10: OFFENCES IN RELATION TO UNAUTHORIZED ITEMS
10.1
Possession of electrical appliances (except electric iron).
10.1
1st Offence Confiscation of the appliance and 1 week external Suspension.
2nd Offence – Confiscation of the appliance, 2 weeks external suspension and deboardinization
10.2
Cooking in the dormitory.
10.2
1st Offence – Confiscation of the cooking items and 1 week external suspension
2nd Offence – 2 weeks external suspension, and deboardinization .
10.3
Unauthorized sales in the School in any form.
10.3
1st Offence – Confiscation of the items and 2 weeks external suspension.
2nd Offence – Deboardinization.
10.4
Possession of mobile phone(s) or any unauthorized gadgets in the School.
10.4
1st Offence – Confiscation of the mobile phone/ gadget for good and 2 weeks external suspension.
2nd Offence – Confiscation of items for good, and deboardinization.
10.5
Failure to hand over unauthorized items
10.5
1st Offence – Confiscation of items for good and 5 days external suspension.
2nd Offence – Deboardinization
ARTICLE 11: OFFENCES IN RELATION TO FRAUD/MORAL ISSUES
11.1
(a) Indecent Language
(b) Speaking of Pidgin English
11.1
(a) 2 weeks external suspension.
(b) Writing lines and 3 days internal suspension
11.2
Gambling
11.2
1st Offence – 2 weeks external suspension and counseling.
2nd Offence – Deboardinization pending investigations.
11.3
Negligence of duty by Prefects
11.3
1st Instance – Warning and counseling.
2nd Instance – Removal from office.
11.4
Students found with the opposite sex in classrooms/dormitories or obscure places.
11.4
2 weeks external suspension and deboardinization
11.5 Sexual misconduct 11.5 Dismissal
11.6 Sodomy 11.6 Dismissal
11.7
Practicing Occultism/Possession of occult materials.
11.7
Indefinite suspension/dismissal pending investigations.
11.8
Wolf whistling and hooting to the embarrassment of ‘female’ visitors on School compound.
11.8
2 weeks internal suspension.
11.9
Forgery
11.9
1st Offence – 2 weeks external suspension and counseling
11.10
Defecating in the classroom
11.10
2 weeks external suspension and deboardinization and counseling.
ARTICLE 12: OFFENCES IN RELATION TO DESTRUCTION OF SCHOOL PROPERTY
12.1
Wanton destruction of School property, vandalism of furniture, equipment graffiti/wasteful use of water and electricity etc.
12.1
1st Offence – Payment of 3 times the cost of the damaged item/property and 2 weeks external suspension and counseling.
2nd Offence – Payment of three times the cost of the item, 2 weeks external suspension and deboardinization.
12.2
Instigating students to demonstrate
12.2
2 weeks external suspension, indefinite suspension or dismissal depending on the seriousness of the offence pending investigations.
12.3
Writing and drawing on walls.
12.3
Painting the defaced wall and 2 weeks external suspension.
ARTICLE 13: OFFENCES IN RELATION TO WEAPONS AND ASSAULT
13.1
(a) Fighting in the School
(b) Fighting with lethal weapon.
13.1
a) 1st Offence – 2 weeks external suspension and counseling.
2nd Offence – Deboardinization.
b) Deboardinization and indefinite suspension pending
investigation.
13.2
(a) Physical Attack on Members of Staff and their dependants.
(b) Physical attack on Prefects
13.2
(a) Indefinite suspension/dismissal.
(b) i. 2 weeks external suspension and counseling
ii. Deboardinization
13.3
Possession and use of lethal weapons (dagger, knife, firearms, bows and arrows, cross bars and other offensive weapons).
13.3
Confiscation/seizure, Indefinite suspension pending investigation /dismissal. Hand over to Police.
13.4
Possession and use of fire crackers
13.4
2 weeks external suspension.
ARTICLE 14: OFFENCES IN RELATION TO DRUGS
14.1
Possession and/or use of alcoholic drinks, sniffing/smoking of any type of material such as marijuana (wee).
14.1
Indefinite suspension pending investigation and counseling. Hand over to police
14.2
Possession of contraceptive
14.2
1st Offence – Confiscation of the contraceptive and 2 weeks internal suspension/counseling.
2nd Offence – 2 weeks external suspension and deboardinization
14.3
Possession and use of dangerous hard drugs.
14.3
Confiscation of the drugs and indefinite suspension, pending investigation by the Board
ARTICLE 15: OFFENCES IN RELATION TO BULLYING AND EXTORTION
15.1
Administering corporal punishment and abuse of office by seniors and student leaders.
15.1
1st Offence – 2 weeks external suspension and counseling
2nd Offence – Removal from office and indefinite suspension pending investigation.
15.2
Bullying and Extortion
15.2
1st Offence – 2 weeks external suspension,
2nd Offence – Deboardinization
ARTICLE 16: OFFENCES IN RELATION TO STEALING
16.1
Stealing
16.1
1st Offence – 2 weeks external suspension and counseling (with restitution).
2nd Offence – Indefinite suspension pending investigation (with restitution).
16.2
(a) Burglary – internal
(b) Joining robbers to steal
16.2
(a) Dismissal
(b) Dismissal
ARTICLE 17: OFFENCES IN RELATION TO DRIVING
17.1
Keeping or riding a bicycle or a motorcycle or driving any form of motor vehicle or riding in a palanquin on the School compound.
17.1
1st Offence – 2 weeks external suspension.
2nd Offence – Indefinite suspension/dismissal.
17.2
(a) Screeching /reckless and dangerous driving
(b) Cheering and encouraging screeching.
17.2
(a) Dismissal
(b) 2 weeks internal suspension.
All Internal suspensions come with manual work e.g. scrubbing, weeding, sweeping etc.
ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS REGARDING STUDENT ATTENDANCE AND TRUANCY
# ATTENDANCE POLICIES

In the event of an absence a parent or guardian must call (0302 500945) not later than 10:00am on the morning of the absence. A phone call from students, brothers or sisters is not acceptable. The parent or guardian is thus required to obtain formal permission through writing to the school.

# CLASS ATTENDANCE AND UNEXCUSED ABSENCE

Regular and punctual attendance at school and all classes is an integral component of the student’s learning process. The experiences in the classroom are vital to the -student’s successful learning. Therefore, regular attendance to all classes is essential to fulfill academic and attendance requirements.

  1. for the purposes of this regulation, all absences wilt count with the exception of:
    1. Disciplinary suspension
    2. Students offered alternative programs as recommended by the school Counseling Unit
    3. Field trips (as required by course curriculum)
    4. Excused absences
  1. Actions of Notification
    1. Provisions of this regulation will be publicized annually in the Students
    2. After ten (10) unexcused absences in a term, the student will be informed and the parent or guardian will be invited by tile
# CONDUCT

All eating is to be done in the dining hall / cafeteria. Food is not permitted anywhere in the other buildings.  Rules of cleanliness are to be observed at all times. Misconduct in the dining hall/Cafeteria may attract disciplinary actions deemed appropriate for the misconduct.

 DRESS CODE
STUDENT DRESS

The School encourages students to dress in a manner that reflects pride in and respect for themselves, their school, and their community. To provide a positive, safe and non-disruptive learning environment, proper attire should be worn.

# ENVIRONMENTAL   SANITATION

Students are responsible for sweeping, scrubbing, weeding and performing other menial jobs. Every Form 1 and 2 student is allocated a Plot weed or maintain.

# SMOKING

Possession of smoking materials or the use of tobacco products including electronic cigarettes by students and visitors is prohibited in all school buildings, on school grounds and recreational fields. In addition, students are not permitted to smoke off campus even out of the supervision of school personnel. Students are reminded that smoking is a disciplinary offence punishable by suspension.

 SUBSTANCE ABUSE/STEROIDS!

Bringing drugs or alcohol to school activities, school buildings or to school grounds is prohibited. Possession of drugs including steroids or performance-. enhancing substances or alcohol on persons, in lockers, desks, vehicles, or any place in the school is prohibited. Distribution, sale, or use of drugs or alcohol at school activities, in school buildings or on school grounds is prohibited.

School property may be inspected by school or police authorities in the interest of maintenance, health, and safety. Inspections for the location of drugs, narcotics, liquor, weapons, poisons, and missing properties are matters relating to health and safety and may be regarded as subject to reasonable search by school personnel.

# COMPLAINTS/GRIEVANCES

A student or parent who has a complaint should first bring the matter to the appropriate teacher. If the outcome is not satisfactory, the appropriate school Counselor or Assistant Head should be contacted. If that conference is not satisfactory, the Headmaster should be contacted.

# DISCIPLINE

A student who violates the school’s code- of conduct shall be subject to disciplinary action. Disciplinary actions may include using one or more discipline management techniques, such as removal from class, removal to an alternative school; in-school suspension, out-of-school suspension, and indefinite suspension. Disciplinary actions will be appropriate for the offense. In addition, when a student violates the law, that student may be referred to legal authorities for prosecution. Every student receives a code of conduct at the start of each school year.

# FEES
  1. All fees are payable in full on or before the re-opening day of each term, and students whose fees have not; been paid shall be sent back This will be strictly enforced
  2. Boarders who fail to pay their .fees on or before the re-opening day will not be allocated If they fail to pay their fees two weeks after re-opening they will forfeit their places in the boarding houses.
  3. Payment must be made by Banker’s The school makes no advance for students transport fares. An’ amount sufficient to cover such fares must, therefore, be sent before the end of the term.
  4. A term’s notice or a term’s fees in lieu of notice is required before withdrawal of
  5. Personal Cheques are not acceptable
# VACATION

Students are not allowed to remain on the school premises during vacations. Students are not permitted to leave their personal effects in the school during vacation, students who do that do so at their own risk.

ACADEMIC AREA EXPECTATIONS
# CLASSROOM, SCIENCE AND COMPUTER LABS
RESPECT      
  • Follow Teachers’ / Technicians’ Instructions
  • Use appropriate language, tone and volume
  • Speak and listen at appropriate times during class
  • Value others’ opinions even if they are different from your own
  • Interact appropriately with others; including appropriate body language, words and topics
RESPONSIBILITY
  • Arrive prepared and on time to all scheduled locations
  • Complete all assignments and do your own work
  • Use safe practices,
  • Use technology for academic purposes only
  • Be accountable for your own actions
DISCIPLINE
  • Demonstrate academic integrity
  • Engage in the learning process and do your ‘personal best
  • Celebrate learning, thinking and academic achievement
  • Dress appropriately for every function
# LIBRARY EXPECTATIONS
RESPECT
  • Use appropriate tone and volume
  • Follow adult / Librarian directives
  • Be considerate of others’ personal spaces and belongings
  • Work quietly
RESPONSIBILITY
  • Arrive on time
  • Work on academic assignments only
  • Use technology for academic purpose only
  • Limit your food and beverage to bottled water
  • Be accountable for your own actions
DISCIPLINE
  • Keep the area neat and clean
  • Remind others respectfully to remain quiet.
# OFFICE EXPECTATIONS
RESPECT      
  • Use appropriate tone and volume
  • Follow adult’s directives
  • Wait quietly until an adult is ready to address your need
  • Interact appropriately with others; including appropriate body language, words and topics
RESPONSIBILITY
  • Enter the office with permission
  • Leave the office in time
  • Return to class in time
  • Be accountable for your own actions
DISCIPLINE
  • Encourage others to behave appropriately
  • Represent the PRESEC community with respect and dignity
# DINING HALL CAFETERIA EXPECTATIONS
RESPECT
  • Use appropriate language, tone and volume. Follow Dining Hall master/ House Staff Directives
  • Get in, locate your table and sit down quietly. Interact appropriately with others; including appropriate body language, words and topics.
RESPONSIBILITY
  • Be accountable for your own actions
  • Clean your space entirely and dispose off waste appropriately
  • Tell a CBO/Master on duty if any food/ liquid has spilled.
  • Enter the dining hall / cafeteria at appropriate time
DISCIPLINE
  • Tell a CBO/ Master on duty if you think an incident may occur.
  • Encourage others to behave appropriately.
  • Represent the PRESEC community with respect and dignity.
# DORMITORY EXPECTATIONS
RESPECT
  • Use appropriate language, tone and volume.
  • Follow House master’s/ House Prefect’s Directives.
  • Be considerate of others’ personal space and belongings
  • Interact appropriately with others; including appropriate body language, words and topics    
RESPONSIBILITY
  • Enter and exit in an orderly and timely fashion
  • Adhere to all school safety rules; report unsafe behavior and vandalism
  • Encourage others to behave appropriately
  • Keep the area [dormitories] neat and clean
DISCIPLINE
  • Encourage others to behave appropriately
  • Keep the area neat & clean
  • Avoid use of unauthorized gadgets
# AUDITORIUM EXPECTATIONS
RESPECT
  • Use appropriate language, tone and volume.
  • Follow adult’s/ presenter’s Directives.
  • Interact appropriately with others; including appropriate body language, words and topics
  • Listen attentively
RESPONSIBILITY
  • Enter and exit in an orderly and timely fashion
  • Remain seated during performance / presentation with feet on the floor
DISCIPLINE
  • Express appreciation appropriately and respectfully
  • Encourage others to behave appropriately
  • Keep the area neat and clean
  • Represent the PRESEC community with respect and dignity
  • Keep quiet during programmes
# HALLWAY EXPECTATIONS
RESPECT
  • Use appropriate language, tone and volume.
  • Follow adult’s/ teacher’s Directives.
  • Interact appropriately with others; including appropriate body language, words and topics
   RESPONSIBILITY
  • Arrive on time to all scheduled locations
  • Be accountable for your own actions
  • Use safe practices
DISCIPLINE
  • Encourage others to behave appropriately
  • Keep the area neat and clean
# SCHOOL BUS EXPECTATIONS
RESPECT
  • Use appropriate language, tone and volume.
  • Follow Master/ Driver’s Directives.
  • Remain seated at all times
  • Interact appropriately with others; including appropriate body language, words and topics
RESPONSIBILITY
  • Share seat when necessary
  • Be on time for departure
  • Be accountable for your own actions
  • Adhere to all safety rules
  • Report unsafe behavior and vandalism
DISCIPLINE
  • Encourage others to behave appropriately
  • Inform an adult if you think an incident may occur
  • Represent the PRESEC community with respect and dignity
# SPORTING EVENT EXPECTATIONS
RESPECT      
  • Treat visitors as our guests
  • Interact positively with all referees, umpires, spectators, coaches and teams.
  • Cheer for your school
RESPONSIBILITY
  • Be positive or silent
  • Exhibit good sportsmanship
  • Show compassion to all athletes
  • Encourage others to behave appropriately
  • Represent the PRESEC community with respect and dignity
DISCIPLINE
  • Demonstrate great sportsmanship
  • Engage in the game and do your ‘personal best
  • Celebrate sports achievement
  • Dress appropriately for every function
# WASHROOM / REST ROOM EXPECTATIONS
RESPECT
  • Use appropriate language, tone and volume.
  • Interact appropriately with others
  • Give others privacy
RESPONSIBILITY
  • Use rest room for intended purposes only
  • Throw trash in trash can / containers
  • Report unsafe behavior and vandalism
DISCIPLINE
  • Practice good hygiene
  • Keep rest room neat and clean
  • Encourage others to behave appropriately

 

 

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