For any establishment to run efficiently and be effective in meeting the needs of all the individuals involved in it, there must be certain rules and regulations. Many rules are a matter of common sense and relate to issues of safety, access to and movement around the premises, the care of property and the treatment of others within the community. At Rydal Penrhos Preparatory School we aim to establish a happy, welcoming and purposeful community by following a set of ‘Golden Rules’ known as ‘Busy Bees’ and adhering to a more specific ‘Code Of Conduct’.
The Busy Bees sum up how we expect all members of our community to behave. They are positive statements of intent which are reinforced formally in PSHE lessons and assemblies and informally in the daily routine of the school. To help every member of our school be happy we expect everyone to:
be kind and helpful,
and be keen and enthusiastic.
Rydal Penrhos Preparatory School Code of Conduct
- Respect adults and children alike – treat others as you would wish them to treat you.
- Be truthful at all times. Apologise when in the wrong.
- Walk sensibly around the school.
- Hold doors for others.
- Dress smartly in school uniform.
- Look after the school environment.
- Arrive at school on time.
Enter the hall in silence
Listen to instructions
Concentrate on the set task
Do your best work
Stand for visitors
Be kind, be gentle and be fair
No teasing or name-calling
No bullying, fighting or swearing
No rough games
Include all those who wish to play
Line up sensibly
Eat lunch quietly with good table manners
Say thank you to the kitchen staff
Report out to duty staff who will put a line through your name on the signing out list