DESCRIPTION: The level at which a student’s parents or care givers are formally informed that the student’s conduct or attitude is unacceptable. A student placed on this level is failing to meet the standard of expected behaviour outlined in the Student Charter of Rights and Responsibilities.
|REASONS FOR BEING PLACED ON THIS LEVEL
You have not shown any improvement or attempted to modify the behaviour you were exhibiting whilst on Level 2.
Whilst on Level 2 you have repeated a similar offence or you have committed a more serious breach of discipline, and have ignored the advice of the Leader of Learning or Welfare Coordinator .
You have been involved in a serious offence (e.g. Dangerous and/or threatening behaviour)
You may be placed on Level 3 by:
|CONSEQUENCES FOR STUDENTS PLACED ON THIS LEVEL
Your parents or care givers will be officially informed by letter and also by telephone if possible. Parents may be asked to come to school for an interview. The Assistant Principal or relevant Welfare Coordinator will meet with you about being on this level.
Normal sanctions/interventions for this or other disciplinary matters would still apply during this period i.e.
* Progress Report
* Loss of privileges
* Positive Behaviour Management Plan
* In school Suspension
* Risk Assessment Management Plan
* Restorative Meeting
* Modified Timetable