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DOWNLOAD Code Of Conduct For Students In The Pre-Tertiary Levels Of Education In The GES

A code of conduct is a set of principles, expectations, and/or rules that are given to students and parents to make sure that the expectations that the school has for behavior are clearly communicated to them. Schools are responsible for creating safe and structured learning environments that will promote the school’s goals for student learning.  Codes of conduct can clarify an organization’s mission and values. They also indicate how the adults will provide and enforce behavioral expectations.

Student codes of conduct are designed to serve both the classroom and the individual. They outline students’ rights, ensuring that no student will be penalized or singled out based on anything but a violation of established rules. They also outline students’ responsibilities, thus letting individual students know that they need to meet certain standards for their own sake and that of the entire class.”

It expects students to uphold these standards in their day-to-day decisions, actions, and
interactions. The code of conduct is necessary to mark the boundaries of this needed order. Students continue to be subject to the laws of the land while at the campus, and violations of those laws may also constitute violations of the code. Students are expected to abide by the Code of Conduct.

The Ghana Education Service has outdoored its new and revised CODE OF CONDUCT FOR STUDENTS IN THE PRE-TERTIARY LEVELS OF EDUCATION IN THE GES.
Download From the link Below

https://raphsark.com/wp-content/uploads/2024/01/CODE-OF-CONDUCT-FOR-STUDENTS-IN-THE-PRE-TERTIARY-LEVELS-OF-EDUCATION-IN-THE-GES.pdf

 

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