VALUES, RIGHTS, RESPONSIBILITIES AND RULES
At Rosny College we value
self discipline, self control and self
respect for others' rights, opinions
respect for others' talents, character
honesty, fairness, co-operation and
dignity in the way we treat each other.
students have the right to learn
teachers have the right to teach
we all have the right to be respected,
right to be heard and the right to be safe at all times.
responsibility is to ensure that our behaviour allows
those rights to be enjoyed. There are at
least six ‘rule areas’ that this document addresses.
Each emphasises the fundamental value
of respect for ourselves and others.
responsibility to show effort, to work through
a process towards a goal and to help others
will be encouraged. We demonstrate respect
for others by not doing anything that hinders
their right to learn.
It is expected that students will bring necessary equipment, books and
completed homework to class as requested.
It is expected that students will be prepared for their classes and be on
has the right to have their say as
long as they speak respectfully and take turns
in appropriate ways. It is expected that students
will minimise disruptive noise (i.e. noise
inappropriate to the task), both in class and
around the College site. We encourage
positive language that builds one another
up (this means that swearing, hostile put
downs and aggressive behaviour will not be tolerated).
for the environment
The College must be kept clean and tidy.
Care must be shown for the College gardens and plants.
Care must be shown for furniture and property.
The College must not be damaged or defaced.
Everyone is expected to walk, not run, inside the buildings.
Great care must be taken by drivers of vehicles entering or leaving the
Dangerous items such as real or imitation weapons, drugs or alcohol are
not permitted at College.
Smoking is prohibited on College premises.
The College must be notified of any infectious disease or health
conditions that could be harmful to self or others, or require special
care or medication.
be taken without the person’s permission.
Problems should be solved without recourse to violence, threats or abuse.
Tolerance of others’ differences including gender, skills and abilities,
physical differences, religion or cultural background is expected and
order to protect the rights of all students within
the College community, the College has
laid down certain expectations in terms of
student behaviour. The following will not be
tolerated and any such behaviour may lead
to immediate suspension or withdrawal of enrolment:
physical or verbal abuse
damage to College or personal property
possession of alcohol or illegal drugs on the College premises
dangerous driving of vehicles.