Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct and School Rules

Students are expected to behave appropriately and be courteous to the teacher and their classmates.

The school reserves the right to exclude from lessons any student who behaves in an offensive way. Unacceptable behaviour can include bullying, violence and any form of discrimination or harassment.

For the comfort and convenience of everyone at the school, we ask students to follow these simple rules:

  • Switch off your mobile phone before class.
  • Not bring food or drink into the classroom (except water).
  • Smoking is not allowed anywhere in the School.
  • Do not chew gum in the classroom.
  • Do not go onto the balcony of the classroom.

 

Acceptable Internet Use Policy

Students are expected to be responsible and stay safe while using the Internet and other communication technologies.

Students are not allowed to:

Upload/download or access any materials which are illegal, inappropriate or which may cause harm or distress to others

Install programmes on any school computer or try to alter computer settings

Take, or distribute, images of anyone without their permission

Students are expected to:

Report any unpleasant or inappropriate material or messages or anything that makes them feel uncomfortable when they see it on-line

 

The Threat of Radicalisation Policy

Language Link has a zero tolerance approach to extremist behaviour for all students and staff members, there is no place for extremist views of any kind in our school.

We make sure that our students see the school as a safe place where they can explore all issues safely and where freedom of speech is respected.

All students are encouraged to adopt the British Values of tolerance, respect, understanding and harmonious living.

Unacceptable behaviour will not be tolerated:

  • voicing opinions drawn from extremist ideologies and narratives
  • Use of extremist or hate terms to exclude others or incite violence
  • Intolerance of difference, including faith, culture, gender, race or sexuality
  • Attempts to impose extremist views or practices on others
  • Anti-Western or Anti-British views
  • Glorifying violence
  • Online searches or sharing extremist messages or social profiles