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Code of Conduct

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anzacdayringwood 350Our Catholic school is a community that exemplifies the gospel values of love, justice and truth.  Sacred Heart Community recognises that everyone has the right to be respected, to feel safe and be safe; and in this regard, understands their rights and acknowledges their obligation to behave responsibly.

Every person at Sacred Heart School has a right to feel safe, to be happy and to learn, therefore we aim:

  • To promote the values of honesty, fairness and respect for others.
  • To acknowledge the worth of all members of the community and their right to work and learn in a positive environment.
  • To maintain good order and harmony.
  • To affirm cooperation as well as responsible independence in learning.
  • To foster self-discipline and to develop responsiblity of one's own behaviour.

Sacred Heart School Code of Conduct

At Sacred Heart School each person has the right to be safe, to learn and to be happy.

  1. Be Safe, Play Safe
    Play games that are safe for everyone
    Behave in a responsible and safe manner
    Play safely with equipment
    Walk on decking areas
  2. Respect Others
    Treat others as you would like to be treated
    Call people by their proper names
    Listen while others are talking and respond in the right way
    Be courteous and respectful in your speech and actions
  3. Be Fair and Friendly
    Say 'Hello' to people
    Smile at each other
    Invite others to join in your games
    Let everyone have a turn/fair go
    Make sure everyone in your game knows the rules
    Use 'Stop, Think, Do' to solve social problems
  4. No Damage
    Care for your belongings
    Care for the belongings of others
    Care for our school and playground
  5. Be Where You Should Be
    Always stay in supervised areas
    Be where the teacher can see you
    Stay within set boundaries
  6. Be Positive - No Put Downs
    Encourage others
    Use praise words
    Say good things about people
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