ISLP strongly believes that students need an ordered, structured environment in which discipline is seen to be firm but fair. School rules are based on courtesy, common sense and personal safety. The highest standards of behaviour and dress are expected and the school will deal firmly with students who behave unacceptably or fail to work satisfactorily.
The following school rules are based on common sense and good practice:
Students should be polite and courteous to staff, each other and visitors;
Students are expected to be punctual for school and lessons;
Full school uniform is to be worn (See Uniform Section);
Writing or scribbling on walls and desk, benches or anywhere else is strictly prohibited;
The school buildings and grounds should be kept clean and tidy. Rubbish is to be put in the bins provided;
Cell Phones are prohibited. Any student found carrying a cell phone, the phone will be
confiscated and the phone must be picked up by the parents at the School Coordinator’s desk.11)
The school will not accept responsibility for personal items lost at school;
Students must not run around inside the school building. They must observe silence while walking through the corridors or while going up and down the staircase. It is strictly forbidden to play in the parking area after school;
Arrive on time with the correct equipment;
Work hard and allow others to do the same;
Treat everyone and everything with respect;
All students are expected to wear the school uniform. We have summer, winter, and sports uniforms available to order under the Get Involved tab.
Jewellery should be kept to a minimum and avoided during sport activities. Earrings are to be discouraged as injury to the ears can result if they are caught on clothing when playing.
All clothing should be labelled with your child’s name. Name tags are very useful, however, a simpler method is to use pens with indelible ink to write the name on the garment manufacturer’s label or washing label. A complete change of clothing should be provided for children enrolled in the Early Years Section.
In wet conditions, it is imperative that parents send their children to school dressed in appropriate clothing. On days when the weather is considered by teachers to be inclement, outside play activities will be cancelled. On most days, however, students will be expected to participate in outdoor physical education activities and break periods to release their energy, to exercise, and enjoy the pleasure of playing games with their classmates. If children are dressed warmly and appropriately there is no threat to their health from engaging in these activities.
The dates of payment of tuition fees are as follows:
The reconfirmation of the registration for the following year must take place by February 18 of each year.