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1 POLICY BOOK Bangkok Patana School is an IB World School, accredited by CIS and NEASC 643 Lasalle Road (Sukhumvit 105), Bangna, Samutprakarn 10260, Thailand. Tel Fax Website:

2 BANGKOK PATANA SCHOOL Respect others values Respect cultural beliefs and opinions Demonstrate a caring and sharing attitude to all people in the community (business staff, academic staff, fellow students, catering staff, bus monitors, house-keeping staff, parents) Listen to others and speak out if you feel wrong is being done Understand people s circumstances Be fair Do not judge Be honest Welcome new people Be a good friend Do not discriminate Treat everyone equally regardless of ability, gender, race, opinions, sexual orientation or religion Help and work with others to create a positive atmosphere and the right school environment Respect our environment Do not waste resources Work towards protecting and improving the world Z:\BEAP\POLICY DOCUMENT\POLICY-BOOK.doc Policy: P a g e 1

3 GUIDANCE FOR STUDENT CONDUCT AND BEHAVIOUR At Patana good standards of behaviour and personal discipline are essential. Expectations for conduct which support the aims of the school have been developed in consultation with students and teachers. They are regularly discussed with you as are the measures taken to see they are followed. We are very proud of the way our students behave. Rather than creating long lists of rules and consequences, we establish general guidelines based on common sense and common courtesy, and we always refer back to Our Values. In summary as a student at Patana within the School and when representing the School you are expected to: Work Arrive at all your lessons on time. Complete all class work to the best of your ability and ask for help if you are having difficulties. Complete all homework to the best of your ability, recording full details of it in your contact book and making sure your parents sign it once a week. Work co-operatively with all students in your group and other members of the school community. Relationships Treat each other and all members of the school community with respect and consideration. Listen to each other s points of view in order for every individual to have an opportunity to contribute. Welcome new students to the school and try to make sure nobody is excluded. Facilities Consume all food and drink in the designated areas, not in classrooms or corridors. Ask permission to use specialist equipment and return it after use. Treat the classroom environment appropriately leaving it clean and tidy for others to use. Classrooms are out of bounds at break times. Store your books and equipment in the locker provided and replace any items that have been lost or damaged. Always lock your locker. Bring a laptop, writing equipment, calculator, and a reading book to school each day along with a sturdy bag to carry all your things. Dress Wear the school uniform in an appropriate way. Hair should be cut in a neat style. Leave jewellery at home apart from small stud earrings or items which are worn for religious/cultural reasons. Bring and wear the correct PE kit for Physical Education lessons. Do not turn a blind eye to bad behaviour. Everyone has a responsibility to ensure we have a happy, secure place to work. If you are concerned about someone s behaviour, please come and let a member of staff know. Z:\BEAP\POLICY DOCUMENT\POLICY-BOOK.doc Policy P a g e 2

4 TRANSPORT In addition to there being rules for behaviour around the school there are also rules for behaviour on the bus. Do keep the bus clean. Do arrive at your bus on time. Seats are allocated on a first come, first served basis. Do wear properly adjusted seat belts at all times. Do treat each other with respect. Do talk quietly and politely to one another Do show respect and listen to the transport staff. Do not throw things, spit or leave litter on the bus. Do not tease or fight. Do not shout, make loud noises or use bad language. Do not move about the bus or open the windows. Do not keep everyone waiting or try to save seats. Do not be rude to the bus monitor or driver always be courteous and polite. Do not ask the driver to play your music. Respect the feelings of others and their right to have a safe and pleasant peaceful journey to and from School. Secondary students may use personal stereos. Students may only leave the bus at their designated stop. Students will be given warnings for poor behaviour and will be reported. Students will be given a warning by the bus monitor for loud, disruptive behaviour, moving around, improper use of seat belts and lack of care to the bus. If the behaviour continues after the initial warning the students will be reported. Students will be reported for physical and or verbal abuse of other people or damage to the bus. Tutors will speak to students about poor behaviour and may issue a conduct detention, or take away time at first or second break. The Head of Year and the Transport Department will also issue a letter informing parents about poor behaviour. If inappropriate behaviour continues students may be asked to make alternative arrangements to get to and from school. Z:\BEAP\POLICY DOCUMENT\POLICY-BOOK.doc Policy P a g e 3

5 INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) STUDENT ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY This policy has been written to inform students, their parents and teachers of the acceptable ways information and communication technology (ICT) may be used at Bangkok Patana School. The purpose of this policy is to ensure that the school's ICT resources are used only for purposes appropriate to the school. All users of ICT must be aware that inappropriate use of these resources may be a violation of Thai law and against the best interests of the school community. This policy is continually subject to review as the availability of systems improves and becomes more plentiful across the school. 1. Each student to whom equipment, and network accounts are assigned shall be responsible for proper use of the equipment and accounts at all times. 2. The use of personal accounts is discouraged in school. Students are encouraged to use their school accounts which may be used for: teacher directed activities; transferring work between school and home; collaborating on school work. 3. Students shall access the system only under their own account. It is the student's responsibility to make every attempt to keep their password private. 4. Downloading large files from the Internet uses a large amount of the school's bandwidth. Files may only be downloaded if a teacher has approved this and if the file is for school use. For example, an Adobe Acrobat file in portable document format (PDF) may be acceptable while downloading music in the form of MP3 files and games may not be. 5. Printing can be expensive and ecologically unfriendly. Students should be selective and economical in what they print out. Students need to ask permission before printing in colour. 6. Students may only store school-related work on the school server. Students should not expect that files stored on servers or disks will always be private. Student are not permitted to exchange, store or share files that are not related to school work, for example music files and computer games. Z:\BEAP\POLICY DOCUMENT\POLICY-BOOK.doc Policy P a g e 4

6 7. Computer storage areas including network folders, USB drives, school accounts and floppy disks will be treated like school lockers. Staff may review files and communications to insure that users are using the system responsibly. 8. The Internet is provided for students to conduct research and communicate with others. Parents permission is required. Remember that access is a privilege, not a right and that access requires responsibility. Students, with the exception of Senior Studies students, are only allowed to use the Internet where there is teacher supervision. 9. Individual users of the Internet and are responsible for their behaviour and communications over the network. Students are responsible for good behaviour on the Internet just as they are in a classroom or a school corridor. General school rules apply. Using online chat rooms should not be undertaken at school unless as part of a teacher guided activity. 10. It is presumed that users will comply with school standards and will honour the agreements they have signed. During school time, teachers will guide students toward appropriate materials. The following are not permitted: 1. Sending or displaying offensive messages or pictures. 2. Using obscene language. 3. Harassing, insulting or attacking others. 4. Damaging computers, computer systems or computer networks. 5. Violating copyright laws. 6. Using others' passwords. 7. Trespassing (or attempting to trespass) in others' folders, work or files. 8. Intentionally wasting limited resources. 9. Intentionally accessing offensive sites. Outside of school, families bear responsibility for such guidance as they must also exercise caution with information sources such as television, telephones, movies, radio and other potentially offensive media. Students must abide by the rules posted in the computer laboratories, which are also subject to continual review. Z:\BEAP\POLICY DOCUMENT\POLICY-BOOK.doc Policy P a g e 5

7 PHILOSOPHY: Bangkok Patana School condones neither the misuse of harmful substances nor the illegal supply of these substances. To support its commitment to a healthy and safe community, the school has instituted a targeted drug testing policy. When it appears that a student s academic performance and/or health is jeopardised by harmful behaviours in or out of school, or if there is any other cause that leads the school to suspect substance misuse, the school will intervene to aid the individual. The school believes that shared responsibility with parents is essential to the successful implementation of the substance misuse policy and will keep parents informed at all times. POLICY AND PROCEDURES: The targeted drug testing policy states that the school will administer drug tests upon any reasonable suspicion of substance misuse. Potentially harmful substances include but are not limited to: illegal drugs, prescription and over the counter drugs, alcoholic beverages, inhaled stimulants. The school will permanently exclude any student found to be using, possessing or distributing drugs or harmful substances on the campus or on any school-sponsored activity. Where a student is involved in similar behaviour outside school then the appropriate sanctions will be decided by the Secondary School Principal and head of School on a case by case basis. This may also include permanent exclusion. The school uses hair testing analysis as its preferred testing method. If a hair test is not possible due to religious reasons, a urinalysis may be permitted. A positive result would not automatically lead to the student being asked to leave the school. However, if the student remained in school an action plan would be put in place to assist the student and his/her family. Part of this plan would include counselling from the Secondary School Counsellor. If a student returned to school after a positive test, he/she would be subject to further testing at the total discretion of the school. If a subsequent test proved positive, the student would be asked to leave the school. The school reserves the right to inspect personal property such as lockers and bags if we believe there is sufficient cause for doing so. Z:\BEAP\POLICY DOCUMENT\POLICY-BOOK.doc Policy P a g e 6

8 EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMME: Our educational programme acknowledges the importance of pastoral care in the welfare of young people, and, through the general ethos of the school, will seek to create a climate within which pupils in need of support will come forward. The curriculum is designed: to prevent substance misuse; to enable students to make healthy, informed choices by increasing knowledge, challenging attitudes and developing and practising skills such as responding to peer pressure; to provide accurate information about harmful substances; to increase understanding of the implications and possible consequences of substance misuse; to widen understanding of related health and social/emotional issues; to seek to minimise the risks that users and potential users face; to enable young people to identify sources of appropriate personal support. The programme is delivered through: the Health Education strand of the Tutorial Programme the Physical Education and Science curricula the informal curriculum Educational Services Visit: FCD (Freedom from Chemical Dependency) Z:\BEAP\POLICY DOCUMENT\POLICY-BOOK.doc Policy P a g e 7

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