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Code of Conduct

At Robert Rundle School we believe that all students have the right to learn. All students work toward creating a climate that is positive and productive. Expectations and rules are an important aspect of a positive school climate and safe educational environment.  They also promote academic success, common values and socially-appropriate skills that enable students to work cooperatively with others.  We want students to make proper decisions about their behaviour, now and in the future.

The students, staff and parents of Robert Rundle School form a unique community of people engaged in the important task of learning.  A safe, pleasant learning environment is essential to successful learning.

Expectations for student behaviour are outlined in government legislation.  The Education Act defines responsibilities of students as follows:

  • Be diligent in pursuing his/her studies
  • Attend school regularly and punctually
  • Cooperate fully with everyone authorized by the board to provide education programs and other services
  • Comply with the rules of the school
  • Respect the rights of others


Show consideration, courtesy and respect to others and their property.  All students have the right to learn and play in a safe, caring and respectful environment.  These expectations are reflected in the following:

  • Keep hands and feet to yourself, walk and talk softly 
  • Use appropriate language
  • Follow instructions
  • Show respect to adults, students and property
  • Act in a safe and responsible manner  

To read the district's Code of Student Conduct or the Student Acceptable Use of Technology form, please click here.

Robert Rundle Elementary School