Student Code of Conduct


The Student Code of Conduct at Baden Powell College is guided by the following principles:
  • All children have the right to be safe
  • All children have the right to be treated with respect
  • All children have the right to work and play in a secure environment without interference, intimidations, harassment, bullying or disruption
  • All children are encouraged to be polite, courteous and well mannered
  • Parents have a right to expect that their child will be educated in a secure environment where care, courtesy and respect for others are encouraged
  • Parents have an obligation to support the school in its efforts to maintain a productive learning environment
  • Teachers should expect to be able to teach in an atmosphere of order and cooperation
  • Principals and staff will fairly, reasonably and consistently implement the Student Code of Conduct


School Rules:

There are five basic school rules:
  • Move and play safely
  • Care for yourself, others and property
  • Resolve problems calmly, sensibly and fairly
  • Respect others through your speech and manners
  • Work to the best of your ability and allow others to do the same


Rights and Responsibilities:


A set of rights and responsibilities outlining acceptable and unacceptable behaviour is necessary in order for Baden Powell College to meet its educational and social goals.


Students have the following rights: Students have the following responsibilities:
To feel safe at school To learn and obey all school rules
To learn without interference from others To attend class prepared to learn and not interfere with the learning of others
To be treated with respect and in a fair and equitable manner free from harassment To treat others with respect and resolve differences through discussion and compromise and not conflict
To expect your property to be safe To take care of your own and other’s property