Queens’ is a community and will only thrive if you give to the life of the school as well as take. This is a guide to help you understand where you can help the staff and where they can help you. It is also a guide as to how you should behave yourself here at Queens’. These are not the school rules but an outline of how the students already here expect you to behave when you are here.
How can you help Queens’?
- Respect and obey the school rules.
- Never, ever bully in any way. We will not put up with it.
- Always be on time to lessons with school work and equipment.
- Try to take part in lessons and in school clubs and groups.
- Do your work as well as you can and on time. Then you can expect your work to be marked and given back on time.
- Be polite and helpful.
- Be honest and truthful.
Do not ever be racist, sexist or in any other way put people down about money, religion or anything else.
Be self-disciplined. Don’t break rules! They are there for your safety.
How can Queens’ help you?
- The school will give you a balanced education.
- Staff will try to understand your needs and help you as well as they can.
- Staff are available to explain things to students in and out of lessons. They can be approached to discuss deadline difficulties.
- Staff are reasonable. They are human like you.
- Everyone at Queens’ will always do their best to stop all bullying and are always willing to help you if you need them.
- Staff will be firm but fair.
Older students have been through the school, especially the 6th form. They will help you if they can. Otherwise you can talk to your Form Tutor, your Head or Deputy Head of House, or any other member of staff. They are here to help you.
You can expect a lot of help and encouragement
from Queens’ but please respect this Charter and
try to help the school by following it!
This student Charter was created by a special committee of the School Council. This committee was made up of students from all Years and Houses. If you have something you want to raise about the school, the Charter or how the aims in the Charter are carried out, there is a place where a point can be raised. This place is the School Council.