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KHALSA COLLEGE,
BA
SCHOOL ETHICS – OFFENCES AND DISCIPLINARY MEASURES

 

OFFENCE

GRADE

DECISION OF SCHOOL

RECOMMENDATION TO CEO-ED

1

Substance abuse or illegal Drugs [in possession/ consumption/ distribution]

1

Indefinite Suspension

Expulsion

2

Alcohol [Brewing/ consumption/ distribution]

1

Indefinite Suspension

Expulsion

3

Rape or attempted rape

 

1

Indefinite Suspension

Expulsion

4

Sexual Offences and molestation/torture

1

Indefinite Suspension

Expulsion

5

Physical Assault of staff

 

1

Indefinite Suspension

Expulsion

6

Inciting Boycotts/ Strikes/ Protests

1

Indefinite Suspension

Expulsion

7

Any offence charged  by Police

1

Indefinite Suspension

Expulsion

NB: No warning for Grade 1 Offence

 

 

OFFENCE

GRADE

PENALITY 1ST OFFENDER

PENALITY 2ND  OFFENDER

PENALITY 3RD  OFFENDER

8

Indecent Assault

 

2

Counseling/ 1 week suspension

Suspension 2 week

Expulsion

9

Forgery and /or deception

 

2

10

Stealing

 

2

11

Cheating and/ or false

blame

2

12

Gambling

2

13

Smoking/chewing

(cigarettes/tobacco)

2

14

Swearing at a teacher/ talking back to staff /gossiping about staff

2

15

Insubordination/or misconduct

2

16

Pornography

 

2

17

Adverse Publicity and or false claims.

2

18

Romantic relationship

 

2

19

Fighting

 

2

20

Bullying and or threatening

2

21

Harassment

 

2

22

Misconduct publicly

 

2

23

Vandalism and or abusiveness

2

24

Attempted assault of staff

 

2

One counseling only for Grade 2 Offence

25

Swearing at student

 

3

Counseling

Detention

Suspension 1 week

26

 

Mobile phones (possession

Or usage)

3

 

 

27

CD’S (possession)/or irrelevant material

 

3

28

Messengers for romantic relationship

3

29

Truancy from class or school

3

30

Disobedience

 

3

31

Home work not done

 

3

32

Coming to school unprepared

3

33

Dodging exams/ prayers

 

3

34

Incomplete school work

 

3

35

Inattentive in class

 

3

36

Disturbing class

 

3

37

Disrespectful

3

38

Breaching Road Safety Codes

3

 

One warning and one counseling only for Grade 3 offences

39

Littering

 

4

Counseling / Detention

Detention

Extra detention

40

Lying

 

4

41

Improperly dressed

 

4

42

Unpunctual

 

4

43

Chewing gums

 

4

44

Teasing

 

4

45

Misbehavior

 

4

46

Gossiping

 

4

47

Arguing

 

4

Two counseling and one warning only for Grade 4 offences.

NB:      Line of Action for grade 1 Offence and 3rd offenders for grade 2

a)  Investigate, record finding and recommendation handed to the Principal (Include student’s statement as well).
b) Parents consulted.
c) Suspension formalized.
d) Full report of finding submitted to PSE.
e) Formal recommendation for Expulsion.
f)  Formal notification to parents on expulsion decision by PSE.

(i)Detention Day Scholars – Detention time would be at school’s discretion.
(ii)Extra detention – weeding, scrubbing, etc.
(iii)Any offence committed must also be recorded either in Blue, Black or Red log Books.
(iv)Consistent Flouting of rules may result in expulsion for grade 3 and 4 offences above.

           LINE OF ACTIONS FOR GRADES 2, 3, & 4 OFFENCES

 FIRST OFFENDER

a)      Form teacher/ assistant principal to investigate and record finding (include student statement as well).

b)      Forward reports to assistant Principal (if he/she has not investigated), vice Principal and Principal.

c)      Form teacher/ Counselor/ assistant Principal counsels the student.

d)      Parents formalized if need be.

e)      Full report of investigations submitted to PSE if need be.

 

KHALSA COLLEGE RULES

1.0     INTRODUCTION

1.1      Every educational institution is governed by policies – policies that must be followed. In an educational institution policy guides us to organize ourselves so that socially acceptable manner and behaviors emerge in everyone. Rules and disciplines help to achieve expected goals. By achieving the goals of the College we are in several facets achieving the aspirations of the community at large. Rules bring the house to order – activities tend to occur in an orderly and organized way.

1.2       The College has a mission to educate you and you have an obligation to comply with these policies, work hard and gain high marks in all your subjects. Equally you are to be decent in all your actions.

2.0         OBJECTS

School is a place for learning. These rules aim to eliminate problems so that students can devote all the time they have to learning worthwhile and desirable things of value.

Furthermore, your purpose of being at the College is to: 

            2.1 develop worthwhile individuals talents               2.6 become knowledgeable

            2.2 prepare yourself for life                                    2.7 sharpen wits

            2.3 enhance creativity                                            2.8 gain success

            2.4. refine desirable cultural traits

            2.5 raise quality of life by means of healthy and respectable competitiveness

 While at the College, there is nothing more important than studies and academic achievement. Academic success is often equated with life–goal success. It is imperative that you remain focused on studies routinely.         

3.0         SCHOOL ETHICS

The purpose of the ETHICS is to define appropriate behavior and create an environment for learning. The student accepts the responsibility to adhere to the highest ethical standard.

3.1      BEHAVIOUR

All students are expected to possess a standard code of moral values and must behave well at all times.

Students must always avoid bad conduct, which may bring disrepute to the college. Students found roaming in town or playing truancy will be suspended / expelled. No swear words are to be used on anyone. Use of vulgar language is strictly forbidden. Also no student is to assault or punch another student, threaten anyone or use bullying tactics. A degree of respect should be shown to teachers, other students and to your own self.  Learn self-respect so that others can learn something worthwhile from you. 

3.2      BEHAVIOUR IN THE CLASSROOM

Students staying in the classrooms during morning, recess, lunch and afternoon must be usefully occupied. Students must not engage in acts that may be injurious to anyone else at any time. Students are required to ensure cleanliness and tidiness in the classroom. There should not be undue noise and disturbance in the classroom and even in the corridors. 

3.3     BEHAVIOUR IN THE SCHOOL

Running and crowding inside the classroom and as well as outside the buildings or along corridors is strictly forbidden. Students changing classrooms for lessons must move from one classroom to another in an orderly manner. Walk in a single file on the right hand side of the corridors always. Be considerate of others. 

3.4              BEHAVIOUR IN THE SCHOOL BUSES

Students traveling in the school buses must make a queue (girls first) before getting on the bus. Bus prefects are appointed and you must obey them. Respect the bus driver. Show courtesy to other passengers in the bus. 

3.5      BEHAVIOUR EN-ROUTE SCHOOL AND RETURN

After school all students must go straight home. Students who have to wait for the bus on the road side must keep themselves off the road and off the properties of individuals. 

3.6      BEHAVIOUR DURING EXAMINATION/TESTS

Talking or cheating during exams or bringing other material into class is forbidden. At all times supervisors instructions must be complied with.  FJCE, FSLC, and FSFE regulations are to be observed for all examinations. Testing must be honest, valid and reliable at all times. Students found cheating during external exams are required to withdraw from the examination immediately. 

4.0             ROADS

4.1 Students not traveling by bus should go home or come to school straight from home. 
Walk in lines on the right hand side of the road. NO loitering on the way or elsewhere.

4.2       Playfields, gardens, verges and greens must not be crossed.

4.3All students are expected to travel by the earliest school bus available. Students must not misbehave (shouting, laughing, putting hands and arms out of the school bus windows, playing) while traveling on the school bus. Damage to school transport is punishable.

4.4 Students traveling by private transport should arrive before 7:50 am.

4.5  Road safety rules must be observed at all times.

5.0    RECESS AND LUNCH

No student should leave the school compound during recess and lunch breaks or any other time without permission from the Form Managers. Only in rarer and absolutely necessary situation permission will be granted if tendered in writing.

64.4          Ear-rings

Only a pair of gold or silver small studs is allowed. Ear-rings (balis) are not allowed.

64.5          Footwear

Only flat black school shoes or sandals allowed. Shoes are to be worn with white socks.  Other types of footwear is prohibited. 

              BOYS

64.6          Shirt

White short sleeved shirt are to be worn with the Khalsa badge stitched on the front left pocket.  Shirt must always be neatly tucked in.

64.7       Shorts

Navy blue shorts with side pockets which are 5” above the knee should be worn on the waist and not on the hip. Only black belts are allowed.

64.8          Sulu

Only Fijian male students may wear navy blue Sulu with side pockets.  Sulus are to be worn on the waist and not on the hip.

64.9          Shoes

All boys must wear black sandals or shoes with white socks. Canvas shoes, flip flop or any other footwear is not permitted.

64.10      Vests/Singlet

Only white sleeveless singlet/vest is allowed. Printed, coloured or round neck vest is not allowed.

64.11     Appearance

Hair should be cut short above the ears and shirt collars.  Hair dye, fancy haircut, moustache, beards, side burns/boards are not permitted. One should look neat and smart. 

Exceptional cases must seek permission in writing through parent and to Principal through Form Managers.

64.12   General

Finger nails should be kept short and clean at all times. Nail polish and henna is not allowed. Only   simple wrist watches are allowed. Only Sikh students are to wear bangles/ kada. Strong perfumes, lipsticks, lipgloss, makeup are strictly forbidden. Any raincoat/jersey/pullover/jumper that is worn during winter/rainy season should be in plain colour without stickers/pictures/prints. Preferred colour – navy blue.

These rules come into effect on 16th November 2007. 

59.0 POLICE CASE

Any student been charged by police shall warrant indefinite suspension and may lead to expulsion.

60.0       ACCEPTANCE AND COMPLIANCE OF SCHOOL RULES

This is a prerequisite to Admission. Students admitted are deemed to have accepted to comply with the rules and disciplinary measures laid herein.  Similarity it relates to parental obligations.

 

61.0          INTERPRETATION.

The decision of the principal shall be final and binding in all cases involving the interpretation of the school rules. 

62.0     Rules not written herein are silent rules or unwritten rules. Based on ethical principles, procedures, norms and values unwritten may be applied for disciplinary actions.

62.1     The Principal has authority to amend, nullify, alter and add rules anytime that serves institutional callings.  

63.0  PARENTAL CODE OF CONDUCT.

Parents play an important role in the education of their children and have a responsibility to support the efforts of the school staff in maintaining a safe and respectful learning environment for all students. Parents fulfill this responsibility when they:

63.1       Show an active interest in their child’s school work and progress.

63.2       Communicate regularly with the school

63.3       Help their child be neat, appropriately be dressed and prepared for school

63.4       Ensure that their child attends school regularly and on time

63.5       Promptly report to the school their child’s absence or late arrival.

63.6       Become familiar with the Student Code of Conduct and school rules

63.7     Encourage and assist their child in following the rules in behavior management.

63.8      Assist/cooperate school staff in dealing with disciplinary issues.

 

64.0 DRESS CODE -  UNIFORM

 GIRLS

64.1              Skirt

‘A’ line navy blue skirt with six parts is expected. Skirt has to be four inches below the knee.

64.2    Blouse

A hip length double pointed darts blouse with blue band on top of the monogram and blue buttons is expected. The blouse should have 2” slits but the overlap on the skirt must be 3”.

64.3   Hairstyle

Girls with long hair (hair below earlobe) need to have two plaits with straight middle parted and tied with white ribbons. Students are not allowed to use fancy hair clips, hair dye, hair food and gel. Only black slide clips are allowed. In absolutely necessary situation permission will be granted if tendered in writing.

6.0         OUT OF BOUNDS

The Principal’s Office, Vice Principal’s Office, Assistant Principal’s Office, Staff Room, Chemical Room, Tool Room, Home Economics Room, Workshop, Computer Labs, Primary School Premises and other classrooms are out of bounds for all students unless otherwise permitted or instructed by teachers in charge.

7.0         BREAKAGE AND DAMAGE

All breakage or damages must be reported immediately to teacher in charge. Any willful damage to school property will require you to pay for the damage. If anyone is found willfully damaging school property will be liable for suspension and even expulsion from school.

8.0         WET DAY ROUTINE

When it is too wet to undertake outdoor work or activities, all classes are to remain in form rooms and students are to study quietly under the supervision of the teacher assigned.

9.0     SPEAKING IN ENGLISH

English must be spoken at all times.  Exemption is granted for vernacular lessons only

10. 0          MAILS

Students must use their own private home address and not the school address for receiving mails. If any mail is received through the school address it will be censored.

11.0              WRITING OF LETTERS

Writing letters to other students particularly to opposite gender is strictly prohibited.

12..0   ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIP/ SEXUAL OFFENCES

Romantic relationship is strictly forbidden. Any form of sexual offence will be treated seriously and it will warrant indefinite suspension leading to expulsion.

13.0           RESPECT FOR TEACHERS

Students must respect all the members of the staff at all times. Any disrespect for staff shall be punishable. If any student is found misbehaving during lesson time and not doing the work required by the teacher he/she shall be liable for disciplinary action. Any form of physical assault of staff will warrant indefinite suspension or expulsion. Making false and unsubstantiated allegations may result in suspension or expulsion.

14.0           HOMEWORK - POLICY

All students must do homework and holiday assignments .All homework must be done at home and on time. Any student found doing another subject during a particular lesson will be punished. All students must have all their notebooks up-to-date and these books together with text books must be brought to school for day to day lessons.

15.0           HOMESTUDY TIMES AND STUDY CHECKLIST

Forms three and four   -       3 hours per evening
- 10 hours during weekends.

Forms 5,6&7         -  4 hours per evening

                        -       15 hours during weekends

 

16.0     ABSENCE FROM SCHOOL

Any student who is compelled by circumstances to keep away from school must inform his/her form manager through parents or guardian. Absence from school without permission or information can prevent a student’s progress to the next level. Truancy is punishable and form managers will regulate this .Irregular attendance may lead to disqualification for external examinations if any of the examinations regulations is not fully complied with.

17.0    USE OF SCHOOL FACILITIES

Students are expected to make the best possible use of facilities available and any carelessness, indolent or destructive attitude will render the offender liable to fines and disciplinary measures.      

Penalty imposed will equal to replacement cost plus disciplinary action . 

18.0     MISCONDUCT        

Indecent  assault , forgery , stealing ,cheating , gambling, smoking, insubordination,   swearing , pornography, adverse publicity, fighting, harassment, misconduct, disobedience, littering,   inciting others, spreading rumors, truancy, lying and offensive language usage will be treated as very  serious offences and these offences and the like will warrant strong disciplinary actions stipulated  under offences and disciplinary measures. 

19.0    ILLNESS

Any illness or complaint during the lesson must be reported to the subject teacher or form manager  immediately.

Sick students must go to the hospital (with parents) for medical treatment rather than reporting to school. School will only attend to emergency cases. 

20.0   SCHOOL FEES

20.1   All school fees must be paid within the first two weeks of each term. In   cases of difficulty to settle fees payments parents /guardians should make arrangements with the administration.

20.2     Library book hire fees must be paid within the first two weeks of term one of each school year. 

This is to ensure that each student has textbooks for lesson proper. 

21.0   SCHOOL TEXT BOOKS

21.1   Great care must be taken for school’s text books and resource material. It is best that as soon as you  receive a school text book, put cover on it. Any book without cover will be taken away from you.    

Text books are to be kept in good condition and when returned are to be in the condition lent out.

21.2     In case of pages missing from textbooks or loss of text books report the matter to the librarian immediately.

21.3    School text books that are damaged, mutilated or lost by students have to be fully compensated.  Compensation will be either a replacement or cash charges to be paid for the replacement book. 

22.0    SCHOOL LIBRARY AND LIBRARY BOOKS

Students must use the library resourcefully at all times. All care must be taken when library book is borrowed from the library. Any loss or damage should be reported to the librarian and you would be  required to pay for the loss or damage before you may borrow another book.

22.1      Every student should read a book fortnightly and submit book review to librarian for assessment.  Librarian’s record will be proof of your reading and writing book Reviews submitted to her/him.

22.0   WITHDRAWAL FROM SCHOOL

You are required to fill in the withdrawal form whenever you wish to withdraw from school. All sections of the withdrawal form is to be completed prior to submitting to principal.

24.0   CLEARANCE

Will be given to those who comply with the above rule and those who provide sound reason. Any student whose application to withdraw is successful will be required to pay $10.00 readmission fee, if the same student comes back to re-join the school once clearance is issued.

25.0    PROMOTION

25.1     This is not automatic. Any student who fails to achieve satisfactory performance will be required to re-do the course before proceeding to the next level.

25.2     Every promotion shall be on merit basis. Only students who have achieved  minimum course requirements in projects , oral assessments , homework,  assignments, lab requirements, core subject requirements, tests and exams shall be promoted.

25.3     Failure to do all internal examinations in al the subjects along with shortcomings in items above automatically disqualifies a student  from promotion as well as presenting himself or herself for external exams.

26.0     ADMISSION INTO FORM 7

            An aggregate of 220 marks in FSLCE 

27.0    ADMISSION INTO FORM 6

An aggregate of  35% in form five annual exam. Students failing to         achieve this will have to re-do the course.

28.0   ADMISSION INTO FORM 5

A pass in the FJCE.

29.0    ADMISSION INTO FORM 4

An aggregate of 40% in the Annual Examination. Students failing to achieve this will have to redo the course.

30.0   ADMISSION INTO FORM 3

A pass in the Fiji eighth year examination.

31.0 WEEKEND ASSIGNMENTS/WORKSHEETS

Compulsory for all students. Every week students in all classes will be given weekend assignments as a follow up work.

32.0   PROJECTS

Compulsory for all students in senior streams. Promotions will be held up if projects are not done in form five. Assessment will be done by subject teachers / HOD.

33.0     ARRIVAL

Upon arrival in the morning every student has to be seated at his or her proper place and study should begin. This early morning study session is compulsory and must be done in complete silence.

34.0    PUNCTUALITY

All students are to be in class latest by 7.50am. Minimum time should be taken while changing classes.

35.0    EARLY DEPARTURE

Students seeking early leave need to bring request letter from parent and thereafter approval from AP  or VP. Female students shall not be released unless picked up by parents.

36.0    NORMAL DEPARTURE

              School breaks off at 3.45 pm except on Fridays which is at 3.30pm.

37.0    UNAUTHORISED DEPARTURE

Automatic suspension for three days from school; parents to accompany students prior to resumption  upon serving suspension.

38.0    LATE ARRIVALS

Fill in late arrival forms if you are late to school. Frequently being late will result in punishment /detention /suspension. Missing classes may result in

deregistering from external examination.(Late arrival equates with missing classes.)

39.0    ATTENDANCE

39.1     Students should be regular to school. A minimum of 90% attendance is   

              compulsory.                                                    `

39.2      Attendance is compulsory, however students with genuine reasons are to 

             produce medical certificates if sick.

39.3      Produce absentee letter signed by parents or guardian for bereavement

             leaves.

39.4      For cases exceeding a day’s leave, parents or guardians are to report

             personally to the level coordinators..

39.5     A student absent for 20 continuous school days will be automatically             

            omitted  from the school register as stipulated in the MOE policy.

40.0   PHONE

40.1      Students are not permitted to receive calls. Receptionist may receive and

             relay important or emergency messages. Inform your family / relatives of

             these rules.

40.2      Mobile phones are prohibited in the school premises.

 

41.0   ASSEMBLY

41.1      If weather and ground conditions permit, the school assembly shall be held   

             every Wednesday of the week and on other occasion as deemed necessary.  

             Two sirens or bells announce assembly calls. All students must attend except  

             those taken leave  from form managers due to being unwell for assembly.

41.2 Students shall be quiet and orderly during the assemblies. Assembly   announcements by principal are  rules in focus and action–rules.

42.0  SCHOOL PRAYER

42.1     Whenever the school assembly is held all the students in the assembly shall      

            join in reciting the school prayer loudly and clearly and in unison.

42.2     On the non-assembly days students will have prayer in the classroom. All   

            students are required to recite school prayer .Stand upright with dignified  

            posture.

42.3      Prayer siren/bell announces absolute commitment to praying  for everyone . Being anywhere, recite prayer for it is time for everything else to go standstill.

43.0 SAFETY AT SCHOOL

43.1    Students are required to observe safety regulations at all times. Safety regulations and instructions must be followed at all times to ensure the personal safety and safety of all others.

43.2    Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) signboard rules must be followed at all times as preventive measures of  injury or accidents.

 43.3   The college will not take responsibility of mishaps and injury sustained due to students’ carelessness or negligence.

 dirty literature are strictly prohibited. Any such item may be confiscated and may not necessarily be returned ever even after counseling in presence of parent. Items classified dirty will be incinerated. Items classified dangerous shall be disposed off to ensure safety in school environment.

51.0  CANTEEN

51.1     Students are to display good behaviour when buying from the canteen. Avoid overcrowding – make a queue when buying. No student is to be near the canteen after recess or lunch bell.

51.2     After buying quietly come back to your area. Remember not to throw wrappers and sticks on the ground or in the gardens.

52.0   CAR AREA

            Students must keep away from vehicles parked in the school compound.

53.0   CORRIDORS AND STAIRS

Students are advised to keep to the right on the stairs and in the corridors to help facilitate smooth movement during period changes and breaks. Walk in a single file and not side by side.

54.0   LOYALTY AND POSITIVE IMAGE

Students are Khalsa College ambassadors in uniform and also upon admission you are obliged to create positive image and display loyalty to the Institution. 

55.0   LITTER AND GRAFFITI

55.1     The surroundings, classrooms and compounds are to be litter free at all times. Use the rubbish bins provided.

55.2     NO drawing and no writing on any furniture or walls or anywhere. The building walls are to be free from foot prints. Anyone found disfiguring buildings/ furniture would have to bear the cost of damage. 

56.0   SUBSTANCE ABUSE –DRUGS/ALCOHOL

Any student found in possession/consumption/distribution of drugs or alcohol will warrant indefinite suspension or expulsion. The same will apply for sniffing substances.

57.0   BOYCOTTS/ STRIKES

Any students found inciting boycotts, strikes, protests and ganging up shall warrant indefinite suspension leading to expulsion.

58.0   PARENTAL RESPONSE

Parents are required to respond to notice(s) served via child/student or any other means for consultation, discussion and counseling. No response from parent may lead to expulsion.

44.0                                                                         CLASSROOM

 44.1   It is a place of learning. Always keep your classroom neat, clean and tidy.  

            Maintain silence and no movement in absence of your teacher. Class notice           

            board to be updated and well organized. Use blackboard only when asked            

            by teachers. Empty rubbish bins regularly/daily.

 Remember, a Healthy Environment Leads to a Healthy Mind Which Conducively Enhances Teaching-Learning Processes.

45.0    SCHOOL AND FORM PREFECTS

Students must obey the form monitors and school prefects who have been given institutionalized authority to supervise you. Show respect and cooperate with the prefects at all times. However, any student who feels being unfairly treated by the prefects may appeal to the school counselor or form manager. The last and highest institutionalized authority for any appeal rests with Principal. This may be used only when absolutely necessary. Appeals are to be made in writing stating all relevant information.

46.0     SUBJECTS

No student is allowed to drop any academic subjects without obtaining prior approval from the principal. All subjects are to be treated equally and fairly.

47.0  RECESS AND LUNCH ROUTINES

47.1     Students are not allowed to go to the shop or town or home during recess or lunch hours. Students may eat their lunch in the classroom at assigned areas.

47.2     Good manners are to be practiced in doing duties, having lunch and in attending  to gardens.

48.0   SILENCE

Silence should be maintained at all times in the school. Students are not to run, yell or make unnecessary movements. Stay in your confined areas. Students who arrive early to school are to do private study on their own. No student is to go to the taps or toilet in between classes unless permission has been obtained from teachers. For split classes, you should move quietly and quickly.

49.0  DANGEROUS WEAPONS / ARTICLES

49.1     Students are not allowed to bring knives, fireworks, penknives, daggers, razor blades or any other dangerous item to school.

49.2     Non compliance will result in confiscation and handing over to police for prosecution and / or suspension from the school.

49.3       Only required school stationery is to be brought by the student to the  school.

49.0     RESTRICTED ITEMS AND PROHIBITED ITEMS

Mobile phones, matches, perfumes, walkman, cameras, radios, cassette   recorder, CD player, computer games, pornographic magazines / tapes

     
 
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