What is expected of our pupils?

PUPIL INFORMATION

  • No pupil is to leave the school grounds without the permission of the Headmaster.

  • No pupil may use the main front entrance of the building.  Pupils are to stay out of the Administration Block unless they urgently need to see the Secretary.

  • No pupils may sit outside, on the pavement, while waiting for transport.

  • Pupils may not run inside the school buildings.  They must walk silently and in single file in the corridors.  The “Keep Left” rule applies.

  • Pupils must stand up when visitors enter the classroom.

  • Pupils are expected to greet teachers or any visitors to the school : “Good Morning, Ma’am”  (ladies)  and  “Good Morning, Sir”  (gentlemen)

  • Pupils are expected to keep their classrooms and school grounds tidy at all times – no littering.

  • Bicycles, skateboards, roller blades, or any similar mode of transport, may not be ridden in the school grounds – bicycles must be pushed to the bicycle shed.

  • Toys/valuables etc. are not permitted to be brought to school.

  • Pupils may not talk before, during or after assemblies in the hall.

  • Pupils may not be in the classrooms during breaks, before school or after school unless in the company of a teacher.

  • Pupils may only cross the roads at the pedestrian crossings.

  • Boys are expected to lift their caps when greeting people or thanking drivers of cars for stopping at robots or pedestrian crossings.

  • No bad language will be tolerated.

  • Writing on walls or any other school property is forbidden.

  • Fighting or bullying is not allowed – both parties will be punished.

  • Theft of any description will be treated as an extremely serious offence.

  • No rough games are to be played at break.

  • No ball games are allowed inside or in close proximity to the school buildings.

  • No jewellery may be worn – excluding watches, medic alert bracelets and earring studs for girls only.

  • Any behaviour which could bring discredit to our school is not permitted under any circumstances.

  • No article that can be classified as dangerous may be brought on to the school premises.

  • No cell phones or similar electronic equipment / accessories may be brought on to the school premises.

  • Remember :  Our school is judged on the appearance and behaviour of each and every pupil.

                     

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Herbert Hurd Primary School

90 Willet Street, Newton Park

Port Elizabeth, South Africa

 

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