Behaviour Policy


RATIONALE

Pakistan Education Academy is committed to the development and growth of the overall personality of a child through conducive environment. PEA believes in the right balance of control and freedom by the use of a fair reinforcement system, which emphasizes good behavior, sets high standards of work and creates an environment conducive to learning. Our “Rewards and Sanction Policy” supports achievement in the fullest sense.

OBJECTIVES

The purpose of this policy is to provide important information and guidelines that will make all stake holders comprehend to follow the PEA policy.
Pakistan Education Academy is committed to ensure equity and impartiality in all areas of school life. All students are provided equal opportunities to utilize their potentials to attain higher level of achievements while working within the following prescribed parameters.

  • Create a healthy and learning environment so that all students can work in harmony for their own and others’ benefit.
  • Protect students’ right to benefit fully from activities carried out in the School.
  • Help students to acquire a high standard of social behavior.
  • Encourage students to develop self-discipline.
  • Develop in students a sense of pride and identification within students.
  • Develop self-confidence and self-respect in our students.
  • Show respect for human rights and concerns for the environment.

CODE OF CONDUCT FOR ALL

  • We treat each other with care and kindness.
  • We take pride in ourselves and our school.
  • We are honest and trustworthy.
  • We show respect to others at all times.
  • We are ready and willing to learn.
  • STUDENT RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

    STUDENT RIGHTS

    STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES

    EVERY STUDENT HAS A RIGHT to acquire education.

    EVERY STUDENT HAS A RESPONSIBILITY to:

    • take materials to class.
    • complete and submit the assignments in time.
    • give their best to every task.

    EVERY STUDENT HAS A RIGHT to be safe and secure in the school community.

    EVERY STUDENT HAS A RESPONSIBILITY to respect the rights of others and deal with conflicts in an appropriate manner.

    EVERY STUDENT HAS A RIGHT to expect reasonable and socially responsible behavior from others.

    EVERY STUDENT HAS A RESPONSIBILITY to treat themselves and others with respect by speaking and acting in a socially responsible and righteous manner.

    EVERY STUDENT HAS A RIGHT to a positive learning environment.

    EVERY STUDENT HAS A RESPONSIBILITY
    to follow class rules by:

    • being seated by the time the class starts.
    • listening attentively to the teacher.
    • following directions, rules and instructions.
    • giving others an opportunity to learn.
    • remaining in class until the bell rings and is allowed by the teacher.
    • not moving through the buildings in an orderly manner

    EVERY STUDENT HAS A RIGHT to be a part of a school for which they feel proud.

    EVERY STUDENT HAS A RESPONSIBILITY to help management in maintaining the campus, the buildings, and all materials and equipment by handling things with care and following safety rules.

    EVERY STUDENT HAS A RIGHT to enjoy good name.

    EVERY STUDENT HAS A RESPONSIBILITY to respect and safeguard the reputation of others and school.


     

    DEVELOPING GOOD STUDENT BEHAVIOR

    To develop good behavior among students, following measures are ensured.

    • School Rules are consistent and fair to develop good behaviour.
    • Students are appreciated for good behaviour.
    • Teachers train the students regarding the expected behaviour.
    • Students must remember and practice what is expected from them.
    • Responsibilities and expectations are matched for individual development.
    • Staff regularly inform students’ parents of exemplary behaviour as well as of achievements (letter of commendation, appreciation certificates, parents meeting, or informally through the students diary or phone-call)
    • Students’ hard work and support to others, inside or outside the school, are commended and these exemplary acts are appreciated in assemblies.

    UNDESIRABLE BEHAVIOUR

    Behaviour which may lead to strict disciplinary action is as under,

    • Untidy uniform.
    • Defiance of dress code.
    • Leaving the classroom without permission.
    • Undue interruptions / wasting time.
    • Preventing other students from working.
    • Making fun of others.
    • Lateness to School.
    • Eating in class.
    • Using offensive language.
    • Throwing paper / wrappers/trash inside or outside the class.
    • Marking / Writing on walls.
    • Use of mobile phone .
    • Throwing objects likely to harm others.
    • Possession, supply or use of alcohol or any illegal item / substance.
    • Taking offensive photographs / video footages and / or posting on a website or face book / text message or e-mail.
    • Smoking
    • Vandalism.
    • Possession of weapon.
    • Any illegal action.

    DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS

    Failure to abide by the rules and regulations in this policy may result in detention, suspension or expulsion. Description of aforesaid is as under;

    • Suspension can be in or out of school and the student is responsible during the period of suspension for obtaining and completing the assignments given during the period of absence from classes.
    • Expulsion may be the consequence for serious and / or repeated violations.
    • Any behaviour or activity out of school that is illegal or brings disrepute to the Academy may result in suspension or expulsion from school.

    The final decisions in all the cases are made by the Principal’sapproval and with the acknowledgment of Section Head.

    REWARDS AND CONSEQUENCES

    Appropriate (good) behavior will be praised and rewarded. Awards will be given in the morning assembly or in specially arranged programme to the students for the followings:

    • Full Attendance
    • Neat and Tidy Uniform
    • Good Behavior
    • Great Achievements
    • Sports Activities
    • Star of the Week/Month

     

    FOLLOWING LEVEL WILL BE CONSIDERED TO REINFORCE POSITIVE OF BEHAVIOR

    Level

    Behavior

    Reward

    1

    Punctual, Good attitude, Noticeable efforts, Improved performance.

    Letter of appreciation to parents at the end of Term by Section Head.

    2

    • Commendable Performance.
    • Improvement in attitude and behaviour.

    Commendation Letter at the end of the year by Head of the Wing / School.

    3

    • Excellent performance in and outsidethe classroom.

    At the end of the Term, these certificates are awarded by the Section Head/VP.

    • Class 6 &7:
    • School Certificate
    • Commendation Letter
    • Class 8 and onwards:
    • School Certificate
    • Letter of Commendation
    • Short listed for students council

    4

    • Consistent Performance.
    • Excellent behaviour.
    • Represented school in co-curricular activities / competitions like;
    • Qiraat/Naat
    • Debate / Declamation
    • Sport / Arts
    • Cultural Shows / Drama
    • No consequences on record during last two Academic years.

    Distribution of following rewards by the Principle

    • School Certificate
    • Commendation Letter
    • Entry in Roll of Honour

    5

    Roll of Honour over the course of three years from Class VI

    Achievement Award (Shield + Award) by thePrincipal at the end of Academic Session.


     

    BEHAVIORAL MODIFICATION STRATEGY (BMS)

    • The purpose of this strategy is to be corrective in nature without leaving any negative impact on the personality and career of the student.
    • No physical/corporal punishment is allowed in any case.

    Deed; Bringing Banned Items to School; Mobile

    Attempt

    Consequences

    Action by

    Record

    1.

    1.1. Confiscation of mobile till Pack-up time
    1.2. Advice

    I/C Discipline

    Entry in Student Individual Conduct sheet.

    2.

    2.1. Confiscation of mobile for 02 days
    2.2. Call to parents.
    2.3. Written statement by the student.

    I/C Discipline

    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS)
    • Student’s statement

    3.

    3.1. Confiscation of Phone for 01 week.
    3.2. Call to parents.
    3.3. Written statement by the student.
    3.4. Counseling Session

    I/C Discipline

    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS)
    • Student’s statement

    4.

    4.1. Confiscation of Phone till Meeting with the parents.
    4.2. Meeting with parents.

    I/C Discipline

    • Record of phone call to parents (parents calling slip)
    • Record of meeting with parents.

    5.

    5.1. Phone be handed over to S.H concerned, case be referred to S.H.
    5.2. Statement by the student.
    5.3. Call to Parents.
    5.4. Meeting with Parents.

    Section Head.

    • Statement by the Student.

     

    Deed; Fighting

    Attempt

    Consequences

    Action by

    Record

    1.

    1.1. Warning Letter.
    1.2. Meeting with parents.

    1.3. 15 days out-school suspension.

    I/C Discipline

    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).
    • Suspension Record.
    • Entry in Student Individual Conduct sheet.

    2.

    2.1. Warning Letter.
    2.2. Meeting with parents.

    2.3. 01 month out-school suspension.
    2.4. Counseling Session

    I/C Discipline

    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS)
    • Suspension Record.
    • Entry in Student Individual Conduct sheet..

    3.

    3.1. Expulsion from school.

    I/C Discipline will immediately refer the case to Section Head

    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS)
    • Suspension Record.
    • Entry in Student Individual Conduct sheet..

     

    Deed; Bullying

    Attempt

    Consequences

    Action by

    Record

    1.

    1.1. Warning Letter.
    1.2. Meeting with parents.
    1.3. 15 days out-school suspension.

    I/C Discipline

    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).
    • Suspension Record.
    • Entry in Student Individual Conduct sheet.

    2.

    2.1. Warning Letter.
    2.2. Meeting with parents.
    2.3. 01 month out-school suspension.
    2.4. Counseling Session

    I/C Discipline

    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS)
    • Suspension Record.
    • Entry in Student Individual Conduct sheet.

    3.

    3.1. Expulsion from school.

    I/C Discipline will immediately refer the case to Section Head

    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS)
    • Suspension Record.
    • Entry in Student Individual Conduct sheet.

     

    Deed; Bringing banned items to school Any Hazardous item like knife etc.

    Attempt

    Consequences

    Action by

    Record

    1.

    1.1. Confiscation of the item.
    1.2. Thorough inquiry/meeting with parents.
    1.3. 01 month out-school suspension.
    1.4. Undertaking by the parents.
    1.5 Counseling Session

    I/C Discipline will immediately refer the case to Section Head

    • Picture of the item.
    • Item:
      • Inquiry Report.
      • Record of meeting with parents.
      • Suspension Record.
      • Undertaking by the Parents after one month, out-school suspension.

    2.

    2.1. Confiscation of the item.
    2.2. Inquiry.
    2.3. Expulsion from the school.

    I/C Discipline will immediately refer the case to Section Head

    • Picture of the item.
    • Inquiry Report.
    • Expulsion Record.

    Deed; School Bunk

    Attempt

    Consequences

    Action by

    Record

    1.

    1.1. Call to Parents.
    1.2. 01 day in school suspension.

    I/C Discipline

    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).
    • Bunk form.
    • Student’s statement.

    2.

    2.1. Call to Parents
    2.2. 01 day out-school suspension.
    2.3. Student Statement.
    2.4. Advice Letter
    2.5. Counseling Session

    I/C Discipline

    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).
    • Bunk form.
    • Student’s statement.

    3.

    3.1. Meeting with Parents.
    3.2. 05 days out-school suspension.
    3.3. Student Statement.
    3.4. Warning Letter.
    3.5. Undertaking by parents.

    I/C Discipline

    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).
    • Bunk form.
    • Student’s statement.

    4.

    4.1. Meeting with Parents.
    4.2. 01 month day out-school suspension.
    4.3. Student Statement.
    4.4. Warning Letter.
    4.5. Undertaking by parents.

    I/C Discipline will immediately refer the case to S.H.

    • Record of phone call to parents (parents calling slip)
    • Record of meeting with parents.

    Maintenance of Record will be exclusively duty of the I/C discipline.

    Deed; Class Bunk

    Attempt

    Consequences

    Action by

    Record

    1.

    1.1. Advice

    I/C Discipline

    • Entry in Student Individual Conduct Sheet.

    2.

    2.1. 40 mints in-school suspension.
    2.2. Written statement.

    I/C Discipline

    • Student statement.
    • Entry in Student Individual Conduct Sheet.

    3.

    3.1. Call to parents.
    3.2. 40 mints in-school suspension.
    3.3. Written statement.

    I/C Discipline

    • Student statement.
    • Entry in Student Individual Conduct Sheet.
    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).

    4.

    4.1. Warning Letter
    4.2. Call to parents.
    4.3. One day in-school suspension.
    4.4 Student Statement.
    4.5. Counseling Session (by SEND Dept.)

    I/C Discipline

    • Student statement.
    • Entry in Student Individual Conduct Sheet.
    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).

    5.

    5.1. Warning Letter
    5.2. Meeting with parents.
    5.3. One day out-school suspension.

    S.H / P.I

    • Student statement.
    • Entry in Student Individual Conduct Sheet.
    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).

    6.

    6.1. One week out-school suspension.

    S.H / P.I

    • Student statement.
    • Entry in Student Individual Conduct Sheet.
    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).

    Deed; Uniform Violation

    Attempt

    Consequences

    Action by

    Record

    1.

    1.1. Advice
    1.2. Follow-up for next day.

    C.T

    • Entry in Student Individual Conduct Sheet.

    2.

    2.1. Advice.
    2.2. Follow-up.
    2.3. Call to parents.

    C.T

    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).

    3.

    3.1. Call to parents.
    3.2. 40 mints in-school suspension.
    3.3. Counseling Session (by Class Teacher.)

    C.T

    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).

    4.

    4.1. Call to parents.
    4.2. 80 mints in-school suspension

    P.T.I

    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS)..

    5.

    5.1. Call to parents.
    5.2. 90 mints in-school suspension

    P.T.I

    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).

    6.

    6.1. Call to parents.
    6.2. 100 mints in-school suspension

    P.T.I

    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).

    7.

    7.1. Call to parents.
    7.2. 110 mints in-school suspension

    P.T.I

    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).

    8.

    8.1. Call to parents.
    8.2. 120 mints in-school suspension

    I/C Discipline

    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).

    9.

    9.1. Call to parents.
    9.2. 130 mints in-school suspension

    I/C Discipline

    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).

    10.

    10.1. Call to parents.
    10.2. 140 mints in-school suspension

    I/C Discipline

    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).

    Deed; Late Comers

    Attempt

    Consequences

    Action by

    Record

    1.

    1.1. Advice
    1.2. Follow-up for next day.

    C.T

    • Entry in Student Individual Conduct Sheet.

    2.

    2.1. Advice.
    2.2. Follow-up.
    2.3. Call to parents.

    C.T

    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).

    3.

    3.1. Call to parents.
    3.2. 40 mints in-school suspension.
    3.3. Counseling Session (by Class Teacher.)

    C.T

    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).

    4.

    4.1. Call to parents.
    4.2. 80 mints in-school suspension

    P.T.I

    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).

    5.

    5.1. Call to parents.
    5.2. 90 mints in-school suspension

    P.T.I

    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).

    6.

    6.1. Call to parents.
    6.2. 100 mints in-school suspension

    P.T.I

    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).

    7.

    7.1. Call to parents.
    7.2. 110 mints in-school suspension

    I/C Discipline

    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).

    8.

    8.1. Call to parents.
    8.2. 120 mints in-school suspension

    I/C Discipline

    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).

    9.

    9.1. Call to parents.
    9.2. 130 mints in-school suspension

    I/C Discipline

    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).

    10.

    10.1. Call to parents.
    10.2. 140 mints in-school suspension

    I/C Discipline

    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).

    Deed; Absense

    Attempt

    Consequences

    Action by

    Record

    1.

    1.1. Advice
    1.2. Follow-up for next day.

    C.T

    • Entry in Student Individual Conduct Sheet.

    2.

    2.1. Advice.
    2.2. Follow-up.
    2.3. Call to parents.

    C.T

    • Entry in Student Individual Conduct Sheet.
    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).

    3.

    3.1. Call to parents.
    3.2. 40 mints in-school suspension.
    3.3. Counseling Session (by Class Teacher.)

    C.T

    • Entry in Student Individual Conduct Sheet.
    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).

    4.

    4.1. Call to parents.
    4.2. 80 mints in-school suspension

    C.T

    • Entry in Student Individual Conduct Sheet.
    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).

    5.

    5.1. Call to parents.
    5.2. 90 mints in-school suspension

    P.I / S.H

    • Entry in Student Individual Conduct Sheet.
    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).

    6.

    6.1. Call to parents.
    6.2. 100 mints in-school suspension

    P.I / S.H

    • Entry in Student Individual Conduct Sheet.
    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).

    7.

    7.1. Call to parents.
    7.2. 110 mints in-school suspension

    P.I / S.H

    • Entry in Student Individual Conduct Sheet.
    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).

    8.

    8.1. Call to parents.
    8.2. 120 mints in-school suspension

    I/C Discipline

    • Entry in Student Individual Conduct Sheet.
    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).

    9.

    9.1. Call to parents.
    9.2. 130 mints in-school suspension

    I/C Discipline

    • Entry in Student Individual Conduct Sheet.
    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).

    10.

    10.1. Call to parents.
    10.2. 140 mints in-school suspension

    I/C Discipline

    • Entry in Student Individual Conduct Sheet.
    • Parents Calling Slip (PCS).

     

     

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