Our CBE Student Code of Conduct and CBE Progressive Student Discipline regulation apply to all of our students. They outline the roles and expectations for our students to promote positive and inclusive learning environments, help students to develop empathy and become good citizens both within and outside of the school community, and explain the consequences when a student’s disruptive behaviour negatively affects the learning environment.

Our CBE Employee Code of Conduct applies to all of our employees. The CBE maintains high standards for the conduct of its employees, and expects them to conduct themselves honestly and with integrity and exercise common sense, good judgement and discretion.​​​​

Code of Conduct

Terrace Road School Student Code of Conduct

Effective discipline comes from the belief that teaching individuals to take responsibility for their own behaviour is the most successful approach to creating positive behaviour. The purpose of this code of conduct is to help students learn how to develop empathy and become good citizens both within and outside of the school community. 

Our Goal

To build a safe and caring school community, where students, staff, parents and adults:

  • Respect, value and support one another
  • Feel safe and secure
  • Act responsibly
  • Commit to developing personally, socially, morally and intellectually

We expect that all individuals within our school will:

  • Respect themselves
  • Respect each other
  • Respect our school and look after our property
  • Respect our greater community and the environment

Definition of Terms

Consequences – a fair and logical action that addresses unacceptable behaviour

Caring Behaviour – an opportunity to demonstrate respect and responsibility to make amends

Unacceptable Behaviours – behaviours that interfere with school, bus and classroom expectations

Bullying – means repeated and hostile or demeaning behaviour by an individual in the school community where the behaviour is intended to cause harm, fear or distress to one or more other individuals in the school community, including psychological harm or harm to an individual’s reputation.

Bullying is when a person is the target of repeated negative actions, over time, one individual has more power, so the person being victimized feels that they are unable to defend him/herself, a person, who is the target, may feel embarrassed, hurt, scared, and/or angry 

Bullying can take different forms including:

  • Physical – pushing, hitting
  • Verbal – name calling, threats
  • Social – exclusion, rumours
  • Cyber – using digital technology to harass, demean or threaten
  • Intimidation – threatening others to do something, threatening with a weapon, playing a mean trick, lying, and so on.
  • Physical aggression – pushing, grabbing, hitting, pinching, spitting, tripping, etc.
  • Sexual Harassment – remarks, gestures or actions of a sexual nature
  • Social alienation – gossiping, embarrassing others, teasing, excluding from group, etc.
  • Verbal aggression – mocking, put downs, swearing, lying, ethnic slurs, discrimination, etc.
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