Each student has the right to learn, and to be safe and happy at school both in and out of the classroom. All students and staff have the right to be treated fairly and with dignity in an environment free from disruption, intimidation, harassment and discrimination. To achieve this, schools are expected to maintain high standards of discipline.
SCPS strongly discourages students from bringing mobile phones to school.
Parents are reminded that in cases of emergency or when messages need to be passed onto students the school office remains the sole point of contact and will ensure any student is contacted and assisted in an appropriate and timely manner.
During teaching time, while on playground duty and during meetings, mobile phones should be switched off or put on ‘silent’.
At all official school functions, during meetings mobile phones should be switched off or put on ‘silent’.
South Calcutta Public School have a discipline policy which aims to develop in each student a moral, purposeful, self disciplined attitude in an environment of trust, respect and responsibility. At South Calcutta Public School students have the right to attend a school free from bullying.
Bullying can be defined as intentional repeated behavior by an individual or group of individuals within the school campus that cause distress, hurt or undue pressure.
Bullying behavior can be
This policy has been developed to deal with any bullying at South Calcutta Public School and should be read in conjunction with the discipline policy.
Statement of Purpose
Students, teachers and parents have a shared responsibility to create a safe and happy environment, free from all forms of bullying so that students can become self directed, lifelong learners who can create a positive future for themselves and the wider community.
Students, teachers, parents, caregivers and members of the wider school community have a responsibility to:
Each group within the school community has a specific role in preventing and dealing with bullying.
Students have a responsibility to
Parents have a responsibility to:
Schools have a responsibility to: