• Detention Procedure - Primary School

DETENTION PROCEDURE – PRIMARY SCHOOL

CATEGORYINFRINGEMENTSLEVEL OF INFRINGEMENT
PunctualityLate for class/assemblies/line-upMinor
AppearanceHair and uniform violationsMinor
AcademicBook/Diary left at home
Homework not done
Cell phone on/used during school hours
Minor
ConductDisruptive behaviour
Dishonesty
Vandalism of school property
Cheating in tests/exams Inappropriate language/blasphemy/swearing
Minor / Major
BullyingVerbal - taunting, teasing
Physical - Fighting, intimidation
Emotional - harassment, humiliation
Cyber
Major
Serious OffencesInfringement of internet policy
Theft
Improper sexual conduct
Possession/use of drugs, alcohol and cigarettes
Pornographic material (including cell phones)
Inappropriate material/nudity
Assault of learner, staff member
Extreme

MINOR INFRINGEMENTS

The consequences for an accumulation of minor infringements may include the following:

  • Phone calls to parents
  • Meetings with parents
  • Break/After school detention to complete unfinished work
  • Warning letters

MAJOR & EXTREME INFRINGEMENTS

The consequences for these infringements will be based on the severity of the infringement and may include the following:

  • Phone calls to parents
  • Meetings with parents
  • Community Service/Detention
  • Warning letters
  • Disciplinary hearings (which could result in suspension and expulsion)

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