SCHOOL WIDE UNDERSTANDINGS
Our Code of Conduct provides guidelines for appropriate and expected student behaviour while under the jurisdiction of any school or any school sponsored function.
Special considerations may apply to students if those students are unable to comply due to having a disability of intellectual, physical, sensory, emotional or behavioural nature.
Members of our school community support the values expressed in the BC Human Rights Code. Discrimination based on race, color, ancestry, place of origin, religion, marital status, family status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identify / expression, or age is not acceptable at False Bay School.
At False Bay School we strive to work with a restorative justice model for resolving issues as they arise. Support is provided to teach and guide students toward safe and caring behaviour and self-regulation.
All False Bay School staff work as a team to support our students and each student is considered individually.
In some situations students may be sent to talk with another member of staff. A time-out period from the classroom may be used as a consequence. When appropriate, parents will be informed so they are aware of difficulties and can follow up at home. In extreme cases, home suspension, or contact with other parties or agencies may be involved.