“It’s a teacher’s RIGHT to
be able to TEACH and it is
a student’s RIGHT to be
able to LEARN in class
without any DISRUPTION.”
Students must bring all the required books
and resources to class, e.g. pens, exercise
book, poetry book, work book, etc.
Students late to class will be marked
Students are to enter the room in an orderly
Nothing is to be thrown about the room, e.g.
hand objects, such as pens, to another
student or put rubbish in the bin.
Students must remain at their tables and not
walk around the room.
Students are to remain quiet while the class
roll is being taken.
During teacher instruction, all students need to
be listening. No one else should be talking.
When students are sharing in a whole class
discussion, only one student is to share at a time.
Other students need to be listening.
That is, only one person to be speaking at a time.
All students are encouraged to participate in a
positive manner in class discussions on a topic to
show your knowledge and understanding.
English is a reading and writing, and a
speaking and listening subject, therefore
students are to participate in all activities to
show their knowledge and understanding of
the content of the unit of work, for example:
Participate in class discussions
Read the required material
Write appropriate responses
Homework is a subject requirement and must
be completed and handed in by the due date.
If homework is submitted late, then one point
will be deducted for each day late
After one week from due date, homework will
not be accepted and the student will receive a
zero for the task
SACs are to be completed in class on the
If you are absent, you need to supply a doctor’s
medical certificate to sit the SAC on another day
(to be determined via consultation).
If you fail a SAC (minimum of 45%) you will be
asked to re-sit the SAC to show your knowledge
and understanding and attain an ‘S’
(satisfactory), or an ‘N’ (unsatisfactory) will be
shown on reports. Your original SAC mark will