order provigil uk buy generic accutane 40 mg STUDENT DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURE

  1. Student Misconduct: The following constitute misconduct:
    1. Disruption of, or improper interference with, the academic, administrative,sporting, social or other activities of the school, whether on school premises or elsewhere;
    2. Obstruction of, or improper interference with, the functions, duties or activities of any student, member of staff or other employee of the school or any authorised visitor to the school;
    3. Violent, indecent, disorderly, threatening or offensive behaviour or language whilst on school premises or engaged in any school activity, including that committed by electronic means using email from a school account or other account accessed via the school network;
    4. Fraud, deceit, deception or dishonesty;
    5. Action likely to cause injury or impair safety either on school premises;
    6. Defacement of, or deliberate damage to, any property of the school, or any property of a member of the school (including damage resulting from negligence);
    7. Acts of disturbance that threaten the rights and privacy of any member of the school;
    8. Harassment of any kind, including sexual or racial harassment of any student, member of staff or other employee of the school or any authorised visitor to the school, including that committed by electronic or other remote means;
    9. Unfounded and malicious complaints brought against a member of the school;and
    10. Possession of weapons, drugs, alcohol, or tobacco on school premises.
  2. Procedure:
    1. In cases of minor infringements, the school will seek to resolve disciplinary matters informally
    2. If the matter cannot be resolved informally, the Vice-Principal will conduct a formal investigation commensurate with the seriousness of the offense.
    3. The student will be considered innocent until proven guilty by a preponderance of competent evidence.
    4. The Principal, upon consultation with the Vice-Principal, shall make the determination as to whether the misconduct is established by a preponderance of the evidence.
    5. The punishment must be commensurate with the misconduct. Mitigating factors, such as the age of the student, the previous disciplinary history of the student, malice or absence thereof, acknowledgment of responsibility, remorse,cooperation in the investigation, truthfulness, and seriousness of the injury to persons or damage to property, are to be considered in determining the penalty.
    6. Where the penalty entails the suspension, expulsion or exclusion of the student,the Principal shall offer the student’s parents a private conference explaining her findings and decision.
  3. Disciplinary Sanction The sanctions that may be imposed include (but are not limited to) the following:
    1. Admonition
    2. Reprimand
    3. Restitution
    4. Educational Sanction
    5. Restriction or Revocation of Privileges
    6. Probation
    7. Suspension
    8. Expulsion
  4. Notice to SIG Office: In cases of suspension or expulsion of a student, the Principal shall advise of her decision and the nature of the offense concurrent with the imposition of the sanction.

“A good education is the most important thing we can give our children”

- Ms. Aparna Verma, Founder, Dubai Scholars