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VISITORS
  • Schools welcome parents and other visitors who want to know more about our programmes, meet staff members, and tour the facilities.
  • All visitors must register at the school office upon arrival and may be required to wear an identification badge.
  • Meetings and classroom visits should be arranged in advance.
  • People who enter school buildings without reporting to the office or who disturb or interfere with school activities will be prohibited from remaining on school property and may be reported as trespassers.

INTERVENTIONS AND DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURES

  • Principals, teachers, and parents work together to teach students what behaviour is expected in school.
  • Students learn throughout the year that caring for and helping others in the school, and working together can make school a positive place to learn, to make mistakes, and to explore new ideas.
  • Students are taught to understand that their actions can affect another person, and that every person in the school has a responsibility to express his or her ideas and emotions in a respectful manner.
  • HHPS uses positive behaviour approach to teach and reinforce expected behaviour.
DISRUPTIVE OR INAPPROPRIATE BEHAVIOUR

The following violations shall result in disciplinary action, up to and including a ten-day suspension with recommendation for reassignment or expulsion.

  • Disruption of the educational process or disobedience, insubordination, or open defiance of the authority of any teacher or staff member.
  • Conduct, including bullying, fighting, making threats, stalking, or intimidating that endangers the wellbeing of other students or school staff members.
  • Verbal or written use of vulgar, profane, obscene, or offensive conduct or language, or engaging in indecent or lewd exposure of body parts, including via Internet or other electronic means.
  • Bullying, mistreating, cursing, gesturing, or verbally abusing any person, including but not limited to, abuse or harassment based on that person's disability, personal or physical attributes.
  • Wilful disruption of any school-sponsored activity.
  • Use of unregistered, personally owned electronic devices.
  • Violation of attendance regulations.
POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR APPROACH USES THESE STEPS,TO HELP STUDENTS BEHAVE IN SCHOOL
  • Teaching expected behaviours to all students, and recognizing and encouraging students when they are following the rules and being good citizens of the school.
  • Providing additional lessons and practice for students who do not behave as expected.
  • Working with an individual student and his or her parents and teachers to help the student learn new behaviours or new ways to express strong emotions.
  • Teachers and school administrators use careful judgment in determining when students need help with behaviour, whether their actions violate rules, and if so what consequences are appropriate.


Holy Heart Presidency is one of the few ICSE schools remarked as the Best School by the ICSE inspection team.