pupils at study

The following Guidelines attempt to summarise the responsible and caring attitude that we expect of pupils.

The reputation of Beeslack Community High School is not simply about a building and grounds, but about you – your work and qualifications; your success in class and in sport; your care of the building; how you conduct yourself and, equally important, how you treat each other.

A local community will judge its school largely through its contact with pupils – their standard of dress, their behaviour outside school, their involvement in the life of the community. We therefore expect that at all times you show good manners and courtesy to the general public and our neighbours. 

In class you will be encouraged to work to the very best of your ability and to leave school with the best possible qualifications.

We want you to be involved in the life of the school – its clubs, its competitions, its social life. We want your time with us to be happy and rewarding. 
Our school rules have been drawn up with this kind of community in mind: one where pupils can achieve (academically and socially); be happy; be proud of their school, its property and reputation; care about others; feel free to participate and ready to join in.

Any large community does require a set of rules to act as a guide and this is especially true of a school – 900 individuals, of course, cannot all do as they might please. Most of you will not need to be reminded about school rules in your time at Beeslack, as they are just reasonable common sense arrangements that most people will follow naturally.

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