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CROWN HOPE

INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY

Discipline Policy

Crown Hope International Academy does not use corporal punishment as disciplinary measure.

Discipline is what you do for a child, not what you to a child. From time to time children need direction and discipline. By nature every child rebels against parental and school controls that suppress their excessive passion, self-will and foolishness. Unchecked by direction and discipline, these desires lead to a life of pleasurable behaviour, but not productive achievement.

CHIA’s purpose of behavioural management or discipline is to bring the children up in the instruction of the Lord so that they may live fulfilled lives in accordance to Eph.6:3-4 and Pro.22:6.

We are also seeking that children become self-disciplined within a framework of love and security. This will enable our children to foster care and value for each other, self-respect, integrity and a heart for God’s word.

Merit and Demerit System

Rewarding achievement and virtues is a sound principle and encourages children to press on to greater achievement and character traits. We award privileges according to scale of industry, good behaviour, academic attainment and charity.
CHIA disciplinary policy is effective through, the system of reasoning, praise, merit and demerit. All forms of sanctions are recorded and signed by parents and staff.

Suspension / Expulsion

Parents are notified when there is a suspension. In the event of an expulsion being implemented, the school and parent would have exhausted all tenable avenues of resolve.

The Head of school, with the management board, reserves the right, depending on previous events, to require the removal of a child, if in their opinion this would be in the interest of the child or the school.

School Life

Pupils may enter Crown Hope International Academy at ages of 3,6, 7 or 12, although places may arise from time to time in other age groups. Competition for places are stiff, and we are naturally anxious to take the children whose parents understand and sympathise with our aims, aspirations and are willing to give their support and involvement in the school family life.

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CROWN HOPE HAS THE TRADITIONAL STRENGTH OF AN INTERNATIONAL CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY OF LEARNERS.

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The school is open from 7:30am with appropriate breaks.

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Children stay for lunch and menu is varied. Lunch is eaten in the school premises. Students are not allowed outside of the school premises during lunch periods.

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Our School recognises the importance of keeping parents informed about the progress of their children and conscious effort is made to see that this is done professionally. Reports are sent out twice during the school year, and formal parents’ evening meetings are held biannually.

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It is compulsory that full school uniform be worn at all times. Our concern is for a good standard of dressing, and we expect boys and girls not only to keep with the range of garments laid down in the list, but also to wear them sensibly.

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Crown Hope International Academy does not use corporal punishment as disciplinary measure.

Discipline is what you do for a child, not what you to a child. From time to time children need direction and discipline. By nature every child rebels against parental and school controls that suppress their excessive passion, self-will and foolishness. Unchecked by direction and discipline, these desires lead to a life of pleasurable behaviour, but not productive achievement.

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Our sports facilities provide important occasions for the children to develop their physical skills in athletics and sportsmanship. Our field events are compulsory.

An annual sports event, for students and parents, is held to foster an atmosphere of positive competition and fellowship.

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PTA- All parents and teachers are automatically members of the PARENTS TEACHERS ASSOCIATION.
Organising: Out of School activities
- after school clubs
- end of year events
- Sponsored walk - annual fundraising events, proceed goes to support school charities.
- Sport Day
- Family Trip " Fun Day"
- Drama and Musical Worship
- The 'Prom'
- Form Five - Group Party.)

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