Student rights and responsibilities

Student rights

Students have the right to receive an education that enables them to fully develop their personality, as expressed in the school’s educational model and mission statement.

• Students have the right to an objective assessment of their academic performance. Thus, teachers will inform students of the assessment criteria established in the curriculum of the respective stage.

• Similarly, the students or their parents or guardians, have the right to request clarification regarding the results of the assessments and decisions concerning the advancement of one cycle to the next, and to submit the relevant claims.

• These claims must be based on the inadequacy of the proposed evidence or the incorrect application of the assessment criteria and procedures set forth in the current regulations and the proposed curriculum of the appropriate stage.

• Students have the right to respected for their freedom of conscience, religious, moral and ideological beliefs and privacy in relation to those beliefs.

Student responsibilities

• Students must respect the exercise of the rights and freedoms of other members of the educational community and, in particular, the exercise of powers given to teachers and the school management.

• The students’ main responsibility is to study, which involves the use of personal skills and knowledge in order to achieve good human and academic preparation. This duty is manifested in the obligation to attend classes, respect the school calendar and the established timetable, do homework given by teachers and respect the exercise of the right of their peers to study.

• The students’ basic responsibility to respect the school rules extends to the following obligation:

Adopt a behaviour that is consistent with the school’s educational model and mission statement.

• The imposition of corrective measures and disciplinary actions provided for in this regulation shall be commensurate to the behaviour of the student and shall take into account their age and personal, family and social circumstances, and will aim to maintain and improve their educational process.

• Students may be reprimanded for actions that occur on campus or in complementary and extracurricular activities organised by the school that breach school rules. Students may also be reprimanded for actions off campus that are motivated or directly related to school life that affect their peers or other members of the educational community.

• Some circumstances may lessen the severity of student actions that breach school rules. They are:

• The student’s spontaneous recognition of their misconduct.

• Not having committed prior offences or conduct that breach school rules.

• Requesting to make an apology in cases of insult, offence or impaired development of the school’s activities.

• Lack of intent.

• Offering compensatory actions for the damage caused.

The circumstances that may increase the severity of the student actions that breach the school rules are as follows:

• Those that, by their nature, discriminate on the grounds of birth, race, sex or personal or social situations.

• Those that cause damage, insult or offence to lower age peers or students who are new to the school.

• Those that show premeditation or intent.

• Those that involve collective action or manifested publicity.

• The students’ basic responsibility to respect the school rules extends to the following:

• Adopt a behaviour that is consistent with the educational model.

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