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DAV Fertilizer Public School, Indira Dham, Babrala, District - Sambhal (U.P.)-242021
An English medium Co-ed. Senior Secondary School, Affiliated to CBSE New Delhi (Formerly Tatachem DAV Public School, Babrala, Sambhal)
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Behavioural Policy  

To nurture a happy, caring and safe learning environment and to bring the behavioural improvement in the child and control the discipline, school has decided to implement GREEN, YELLOW and RED cards system for good behaviour and conduct, warning and punishment. This policy is a collective responsibility of all the members of staff, parents and students.
 
AIMS OF THE POLICY
  • To encourage a calm, purposeful and happy atmosphere within the school.

  • To foster positive caring attitudes towards everyone 

  • To encourage increasing independence and self - discipline so that each child learns to accept responsibility for his/her own behaviour.

  • To have a consistent approach to behaviour throughout the school with parental co-operation and involvement.

  • To make boundaries of acceptable behaviour clear and to ensure safety.

  • To raise awareness about appropriate behaviour.

STUDENTS’ RESPONSIBILITIES ARE:

  • To work to the best of their abilities and allow others to do the same.

  • To follow the protocol (rules) of the school i.e. proper uniform, hair/beard cut/style, timely arrival, punctuality, regularity etc.

  • To treat others with respect.

  • To follow the instructions of the school staff.

  • To take care of school property and the environment in and out of school.

  • To co-operate with other children and adults.

  • To follow the ethics.

STAFF RESPONSIBILITIES ARE:

  • To treat all children fairly and in an unbiased manner.

  • To treat children without any prejudice.

  • To use rules and *sanctions clearly and consistently.

  • To be a good role model.

  • To be aware of their (special/additional) needs.

  • To be in touch with parents to make them aware about the child.

*Sanctions:

- To check them regularly and warn them.

- Ask them to follow the rules and stop misbehaving.

- Discuss incidents with the children involved.

- Give encouragement to focus on work.

- *Issue of Green, Yellow and Red card, if need arises. 

- Each card should be dated and signed by the teacher who writes it out.

- To keep record of issue of card to the child. 

THE PARENTS' RESPONSIBILITIES ARE:

  • To acknowledge the card.

  • To make children aware of appropriate behaviour in all situations.

  • To show an interest in all that their child does in school.

  • To foster good relationships with the school.

  • To support the school in the implementation of this policy.

  • To be aware of the school rules and expectations.

GREEN, YELLOW & RED CARDS EXPLAINED

System of Green, Yellow and Red cards are provided for reward/appreciation of Good behaviour and conduct, warning and punishment against bad conduct / behaviour.
Example: 

  Exemplary, Acceptable and Appropriate behaviour reward

  Warning against unacceptable behaviour or conduct/Breaking school rules/disobeying reasonable requests/instructions from teacher.

  Serious, repeated/persistent mis-behaviour/unacceptable behaviour or conduct/breaking school rules etc.

RULES FOR ISSUE OF GREEN, YELLOW AND RED CARDS

GREEN CARD:

If demonstrates exemplary, acceptable and appropriate behaviour:
A child who demonstrates exemplary, acceptable and appropriate behaviour or fantastic learning behaviour and impresses the school staff /head of the institution will receive a GREEN card.  
 
TEACHER’S RESPONSIBILITY:
  • Encourage / praise / appreciate and motivate the child.

  • Issue GREEN Card (Appreciation Card) with comments for good conduct and behaviour to the child to encourage other students.

YELLOW CARD:

If behaviour does not improve:
  • Give clear description of desired behaviour.

  • Issue YELLOW Card (Warning Card) to the child for misconduct / behaviour / breaking school rules.

RED CARD:

For *repeated/persistent mis-behaviour/conduct/breaking school rules:
  • Issue Red Card (No Entry Card) for exclusion of the child from school for 2 days.
Note: *Repeated/Persistent - Issue of Third Yellow Card
 
For Serious mis- behaviour/conduct
  • Issue Red Card (No Entry Card) under extreme circumstances concerning severe mis-behaviour, exclusion of the child from school for a week. 

  • 5% marks deduction in the Final Result from the overall performance for classes III-XI

  • 10% marks deduction in the Final Practical Exam for class XII.

Note: * This is only to be issued and implemented in extreme circumstances.
Important: Formal contact to the parent is to be made in case of YELLOW and RED card.

BEHAVIOUR PARAMETERS FOR GREEN CARD HOLDER:

  • Respect towards others e.g. school staff, students, elders etc.

  • Respects school property

  • Keeps environment / school campus clean

  • Shows fantastic learning behaviour

  • Demonstrates exemplary behaviour

BEHAVIOUR PARAMETERS FOR YELLOW CARD HOLDER

  • Pushing / running in corridors 

  • Disobeying reasonable requests/instructions.

  • Making unacceptable comments

  • Verbal abuse (speaking fowl words) 

  • Disruption of learning in the class room

  • Breaking school rules e.g. late arrival, without uniform, long hair/beard, stylish hair/beard cutting etc.

  • Damaging school property  

  • Using unfair means during test/exams

  • Making class room and school campus dirty e.g. throwing wrappers, paper bits, aluminium foil/napkin etc.)

  • Shouting / whistling

  • Refusal of duty assigned 

  • Deliberately annoying other children e.g. spoiling games, eating tiffin, teasing, calling undesired names etc.

BEHAVIOUR PARAMETERS FOR RED CARD HOLDER

  • *Persistent late arrival
  • *Persistent disobeying reasonable requests/instructions.
  • *Persistent breaking school rules 
  • *Repeated disruption of learning
  • Physical Fight / violence : hitting, kicking or punching
  • Being rough / hostile with other children
  • Stealing school / student’s property
  • Deliberately damaging  school or other people's property
  • Throwing colours/writing on walls/on clothes
  • Physical abuse to children/adults
  • Leaving school premises without informing Class teacher/Principal
  • Bringing / using mobile phones in the school premises
  • Bullying other children