Code Of Conduct

The AIS Code of Conduct determines how we relate to each other

    The AIS community comprises of students, teachers and parents, all working towards common goals. The AIS Code of Conduct determines how we relate to each other, ensuring that interactions are issue-based with mutually-beneficial outcomes. 

    To make the school an effective and pleasant centre of learning , the code of conduct ensures that there are consequences for actions including breaking the school rules, not meeting school expectations and other undesirable behaviour. 

    These concerns are evaluated by the school in close consultation with the parents. In all cases, teachers counsel students and identify strategies for improvement of behaviour, rather than prescribe a punishment.

    • Rights & Responsibilities - Students

      Every student has the responsibility to:
      • Study to the best of their ability and not interfere with the teaching and learning process of others.
      • Adhere to school rules and expectations.
      • Respect the rights of others.
    • Rights & Responsibilities - Teachers

      Every teacher has the right to:
      • Teach without interference.
      • A clean, safe and orderly school environment.
      • Be treated with respect.
      Every teacher has the responsibility to:
      • Prepare and present the best educational program possible and to support each student to achieve his or her potential.
      • Be clear about school rules and classroom expectations.
      • Respect the rights of others.
    • Rights & Responsibilities - Parents

      Every parent has the right to:
      • Quality teaching programs for their children.
      • A clean, safe and orderly school environment.
      • Discuss the progress of their child or other issues with teachers and the administration.
      Every parent has the responsibility to:
      • Assist children with their study at home by providing quality homework time and a quiet and orderly space to study.
      • Inform the school about facts that could affect the child’s learning (including health issues and absences).
      • Raise issues of concern with the appropriate teacher.
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