Al Mamourah, Ras Al Khaimah, UAE ,P.O.Box : 10300 info@iesrak.com

About Us

IDEAL ENGLISH SCHOOL, R.A.K

Vision: To achieve academic excellence through an inclusive education and develop our students into versatile, competent, life-long learners & responsible global citizens

DISCIPLINARY RULES

First: Situations requiring reinforcement

  • Distinguished excellence in adherence to the society’s values, customs and traditions.
  • High level of performance and incentives for learning, appreciation for education and high respect for the teacher.
  • Distinguished excellence in integrity, honesty and values of cooperation, loyalty and belonging to the country.
  • Excellence in studying and achieving good progress after retardation or failure, regularity in doing school homework, handling school facilities and maintaining the same.
  • Positive and active involvement in school activities and contests.
  • Having and practice of leadership capabilities and cooperation skills and shouldering the responsibility.
  • Participation is executing projects and programs which have positive impact on the school and local communities.
  • Student’s adoption of a positive conduct after rectifying his undesirable behavior.

Second: Desirable conduct reinforcement methods

The desirable conduct of the students should be reinforced on the levels of the class, school and educational zone, in line with the age of the student, school stage and student’s conduct using varied methods including:

  • Oral praising, commending, lauding and encouraging expressions addressed by any one of the school staff upon showing the desirable conduct.
  • Written lauding expressions in the student’s evaluation card or his notebooks.
  • Thanks and appreciation letters issued or approved by the school administration and delivered to the student or his guardian.
  • Displaying student’s name and photo on the honor board on the level of the class or the school.
  • Commending the student through the school broadcasting service, wall newspapers, periodicals or magazines published by the school.
  • Publishing the name and the photo of the student and lauding him through the school website.
  • Honoring the student in the school celebrations same as the excellent and distinguished students.
  • Respecting the school in student meetings, seminars or conferences, outside trips or official student delegations.
  • In-kind prizes and various types of awards/

Third: Desirable conduct reinforcement controls

  • Reinforcement should immediately follow occurrence of the desirable conduct.
  • Reinforcement opportunities should be fairly available for everybody.
  • Reinforcement should match in type and degree with the under reinforcement conduct.
  • Reinforcement should be directed to the response of the student and not to his personality.
  • Reinforcement methods should vary between moral and material ones (verbal and non-verbal).
  • Avoid exaggeration in using means of reinforcement.
  • Reinforcement strategies shouldn’t turn to frustrate those who don’t receive any.

First: Situations requiring intervention to rectify the undesirable conduct

  • Coming late to the morning assembly without acceptable justification.
  • Being absent for consecutive days without acceptable justification, running away from school or not-attending some classes.
  • Student’s non-compliance with school regulations and violating educational and administrative instructions.
  • Causing damage to school facilities or public properties at the school either by destruction or writing thereon.
  • Destructing or taking over others’ belongings or school properties.
  • Verbal or physical aggression against schoolmates or school staff or causing harm to them.
  • Immoral conduct that is harmful to the society.
  • Taking immoral publications, pictures or tapes into the school and promoting their circulation.
  • Using foul and impolite language.
  • Committing violation of trust and honor actions.
  • Smoking, possession of or selling dangerous, prohibited items or all kinds of drugs inside the school campus.
  • Defamation of the religions, the Islamic Sharia’ values, the bases of the general system, customs and conventions of the country and anything which may cause riot and racial discrimination on the basis of nationality, region and sect.
  • Defamation of political, social, scientific, literary and other symbols.

Second: Strategies of rectifying the undesirable conduct according to the following methods

  • Eliminating the conditions that led to the undesirable conduct.
  • Following remedial and preventive methods as the following:
  • Orientation to the school bylaws and regulations.
  • Planning and executing programs and activities related to developing and founding the values.
  • Taking into account the characteristics of students, growth, their needs and problems, as well as their pertinence to the undesirable conduct.
  • Planning and executing individual and group guidance and advisory programs.
  • Continuous emphasis on the model of good example among the teachers and the students.
  • Executing programs and activities which support and strengthen the relationship between home and school.

Third: The undesirable conduct rectifying controls

When enforcing the measures of the undesirable conduct rectifying, the following should be taken into account:

  • Verification of the occurrence of the fault.
  • Applying the rules with the aim of guiding and rectifying the conduct, rather than demonstrating anger and revenge.
  • Dealing with the student on the basis of respect for his/ her character and feelings and prioritizing the reinforcement strategies over the rectifying measures.
  • Taking into account the circumstances in which the fault occurred and the frequency of its occurrence.
  • The necessity of relating the conduct rectifying strategies to positive reinforcement.
  • The use of only one method to rectify the conduct weakens its effect.
  • Using conduct rectifying methods gradually is one of the successful educational principles.
  • Avoiding cruelty, psychological abuse, vilification, insult, sarcasm or humiliation.
  • Focusing on the student’s conduct rather than the student’s personality.
  • Not to enforce measures on all class room students or a group because of a fault committed by one of the students.
  • The procedures should be immediate and suitable to the level and nature of the conduct.
  • Fairness and equality in treating all the school students should be taken into account.
  • The enforced procedure should be suitable to the student’s growth phase; with his/ her special needs taken into account.
  • The enforced procedure should be suitable to the nature of the conduct, with the severity and frequency of the undesirable conduct should be taken into account.
  • Firmness in enforcing the measures against the undesirable conduct in accordance with the conduct disciplinary bylaw and its procedure, as well as the cooperation of people in charge of its implementation.
  • The educational committee should consider the student’s problems from the social, educational, psychological and financial perspectives prior to enforcing the measures.

The following practices should be avoided when rectifying the student’s undesirable conduct:

  • Physical punishment in all its types, forms and manifestations.
  • Depriving the student from taking the meals.
  • Assigning extra homework as a punishment.
  • Provoking, ridiculing or taunting the student.
  • Prohibiting the student from using the toilet.
  • Deducting marks in the courses or threatening to do so.
  • Expulsion from school during the school day on individual decision.

Behavioral violation and their categories

First Level Violations:

  1. Coming late to the morning assembly or not participating therein.
  2. Coming late to the class without acceptable justification.
  3. Being absent without acceptable justification.
  4. Not wearing the school uniform or sports dress.
  5. Not bringing books and school tools or not taking care of them.
  6. Entering and leaving the classroom, during the lesson, without permission.
  7. Negligence or not doing the homework.
  8. Student’s non-compliance with the regulations of using the school facilities.
  9. Taking the mobile phone or electronic devices (flash memory, laptops… etc in to the school)
  10. Any action similar to these violations.

Second Level Violations:

  1. Writing on the school walls and furniture.
  2. Absconding from the school during the school day.
  3. Quarreling with and threatening school mates verbally or physically.
  4. Non-compliance with the advisory and disciplinary regulations applied in the school.
  5. Talking inappropriately to the school mates or the school staff.
  6. Non-compliance with the instructions or directions regulating the school work.
  7. Non-compliance with the instructions for using the computer or technical aids in the school
  8. Counterfeiting the guardian’s signature in the school correspondence upon submission to the school.
  9. Any action similar to these violations.

Third Level Violations:

  1. Engaging in what would violate the morals and general system in the school.
  2. Possessing unnecessary sharp items, firearms, non-firearms or hazardous materials in the school.
  3. Damaging or destroying school equipment or devices.
  4. Damaging or destroying the belongings of school mates or school staff.
  5. Damaging of or tempering with school buses.
  6. Flagrant violation of the community traditions and values in clothing, appearance and behaviors.
  7. Seizing the school’s, the school staff’s or school mates’ belongings.
  8. On campus smoking.
  9. Possession of electronic or physical media materials that is unlicensed or non-compliant with the general system.
  10. Presenting, promoting or distributing electronic or physical media materials that are unlicensed or no-compliant with the school regulations.
  11. Any action similar to these violations.

Fourth Level Violations:

  1. All kinds of threads to the school staff.
  2. Engaging in actions contradictory to the morals including sexual harassment.
  3. Any action similar to these violations.

Fifth Level Violations:

  1. Defamation of political, religious or symbols.
  2. Promoting anything against ethical values, manners and general system.
  3. Possessing, bringing, promoting or using drugs, anesthetic drugs and psychotropic drugs in the school.
  4. Presence in the school under the effect of drugs, narcotic or psychotropic drugs.
  5. Assaulting the school mates or the school staff.
  6. Counterfeiting the official documents of the school.
  7. Defaming religions or provoking what would cause sectarian or religious conflicts in the school.
  8. Committing major actions contradictory to the morals such as sexual assault or having sex.
  9. Committing acts of public indecency in the school.
  10. Using firearms or non-firearms and the like in the school.
  11. Any action similar to these violations.