Behavior Policy



The school is committed to creating a culture of mutual respect, to equip students with inter-personal skills e.g. empathy, respect, co-operation, tolerance. The school therefore endeavours in practice and in its ethos to develop a sense of self-discipline in students and an acceptance of responsibility for their own behavior and actions. We believe that a well-ordered school is essential for effective teaching and learning. We nurture a culture of recognizing positive behavior/attitudes, both informally and through a formal reward system. The school emphasizes encouragement and praise rather than criticism and punishment. Behavior management throughout the school is the corporate responsibility of all members of the school community – staff, students and parents. RNS ensures that all interaction with children, including the management of undesirable and inappropriate behaviour should be tempered with love and understanding, promoting co-operation and non violence at all times.

  • To foster self-discipline and self-awareness in students to prepare them to be good citizens.
  • To promote independence and a sense of responsibility.
  • To provide a positive climate in which effective learning can take place.
  • To encourage positive relationships among all members of the school community

It is the philosophy of Riyadh Najed Schools that all students have a right to feel safe and secure in their learning environment. We strive to promote responsibility, respect, civility and academic excellence. To create such an educational setting, we require a cooperative effort on the part of students, parents/guardians, school staff and the learning community.
Students are expected to conduct themselves in an appropriate manner. Incidents of misbehavior or discourteous attitude are reported to the homeroom teacher and possibly to the Principal.
If a student develops a pattern of poor behavior, the parents will be contacted. Riyadh Najed Schools exists for all students. There are individual and group rights and responsibilities in a community and certain behavior is unacceptable while at school related activities. All students have the right to enjoy a safe and supportive classroom learning environment.

Code of Conduct

To ensure a friendly school environment where each person cares and is cared for, it is essential that students demonstrate the following appropriate behaviors at all times.

  • Act and behave in a manner that ensures a safe environment.
  • Follow the rules of the classroom
  • Understand that the teacher is in charge of the classroom.
  • Report to class on time and be ready to learn.
  • Arrive in class with the appropriate materials.
  • Communicate in English and use appropriate language.
  • Keep hands, feet and other objects to themselves.
  • Be respectful at all times.
  • Will not make rude gestures, use bad language or ridicule fellow students or teachers.

Loss of privileges may be assigned for excessive tardiness, habitual disruptive behavior and other offenses at the discretion of the administration and faculty.

Expulsion is a final solution to academic failure or consistent misbehavior whereby a student is asked to leave the school permanently.

A student may also be placed on probation because of poor grades or unacceptable behavior. This means that for the duration of the probation period, the student may not participate in not attend any extra-curricular activities including sports. His or her grades and behavior will be mentioned for improvement. At Riyadh Najed Schools we believe that students must:

  • Learn from experience
  • Be respectful, responsible and safe
  • Learn consequences for their actions
  • Work towards changing mistaken behaviors
  • Work towards reflecting and monitoring self and actions.
  • Behavior management is a corporate responsibility. Each teacher is responsible for behavior management in his/her own classroom. Concerns are referred to senior members of staff.
  • More serious behavior management issues are addressed by senior management.
  • Senior students support staff in helping to maintain a well-ordered school e.g. peer mentors.
  • Students are encouraged to solve problems through negotiation and compromise.
  • Individual and small group counseling is used to promote conflict resolution and positive behavior management strategies.
  • The support of parents is actively encouraged in promoting good behavior in their children e.g. parent-teacher interviews, telephone consultations with an interpreter if necessary.
  • The school has agreed procedures for: rewarding positive behavior; sanctioning unacceptable behavior; maintaining records.

There are occasions when a student’s behavior or attitude may challenge our agreed standards for good behavior in school.

  • Reflect the seriousness of an individual offence.
  • Are applied as soon as possible after a school rule is broken.
  • Are applied in a fair and consistent manner.
  • Sanctions are not:
    • applied to entire classes or groups of students when the students responsible have not been identified
    • used to degrade students
    • used to cause students public or private humiliation
  • School sanctions may include:
    • Verbal warnings
    • Report cards
    • Detentions
    • Exclusion from class
    • Confiscation of prohibited items.
    • Suspension: Suspension is used for more serious misbehavior.
  • Parents/guardians will be notified by telephone (when possible) or in writing of the reason for and length of suspension.
  • Permanent exclusion from school.


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