37 Classroom Rules for Student Success
Classroom rules look different for every teacher. Some use only a few, while others prefer to use more. Here are 37 rules to get you started on building your own:
- Ask questions
- Respect and listen to your classmates
- Respect and listen to the teacher
- Raise your hand to speak
- Be prepared for class
- Be quiet when the teacher is talking
- Be quiet when classmates are talking
- Share new ideas
- Keep your hands to yourself
- Respect others’ property
- Keep your workspace tidy
- Be kind
- Always do your best
- Walk, don’t run, in the hallways
- Be a good friend
- Be on time
- Share with others
- Use equipment properly
- Help keep the classroom tidy
- Listen to all the teachers
- Obey all school rules
- Finish your homework on time
- Be respectful of classmates who are working
- Have a good attitude
- Use positive language
- Follow the dress code
- Line up neatly and quietly
- Stay in your seat
- Listen with your ears and your eyes
- Contribute to discussions
- Be respectful of others’ ideas
- Follow the teacher’s directions the first time they are given
- Cooperate with your classmates
- Be creative
- Be honest
- Use technology appropriately
- Be proud of your work
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How to create classroom rules
Build the foundation
There are so many benefits to building a classroom that feels like a community:
improved student academics, respectful discussions, and a growth mindset are just a few. Classroom rules can help establish a sense of community when they’re built on collective classroom values.
Start with the big picture: what core values should inform the way you and your students interact? Values like self-respect, positivity, encouragement and passion are all great places to start.
Take those big-picture rules and use them to create smaller, more actionable ones.If you want to promote respect in your classroom, create rules that ask students to use positive language, respect their classmates’ property and keep their hands to themselves.
Emphasize that rules are in place to guide student learning. Communicate to students that classroom rules make the classroom a safe and supportive environment for all students.
Get students involved in creating classroom rules
Take the core values you want to see in your classroom and present them to your class. Let students extrapolate and list behaviors that model key principles. Challenge them to think about what each looks like in the classroom and to develop specific scenarios that act out the rules they’ve brainstormed.
After brainstorming, develop a final list of rules as a group. Which ones do students think are the most important? If they disagree with a rule, ask them to explain why. Discuss with them why the rule was made and how you can adjust it to the specific needs of the class.
While it’s good to include students in the rule-making process, it’s also important to remember that the final say on what goes stays with you. When you explain and collaborate on the rules, students are more likely to accept and respect your authority.
Display classroom rules creatively
The only thing more boring for your students than a long, black-and-white list of rules nailed to the wall on the first day of school is listening to you read off the list as they sit in their desks and wish they were still on summer vacation.
Present classroom rules in an engaging way to get creativity flowing on the first day of school. Ask students to help make classroom rules posters or short skits that creatively demonstrate the rules for the rest of the class. When students are involved with presenting the rules, they’re more likely to remember and uphold them.
Students, whether they realize it or not, thrive and succeed academically in an environment with clear rules and boundaries. General rules and classroom principles are a great place to start, but everyday rules should be clear and specific, with little room for creative interpretation or manipulation.
If you choose to make rules with your students, ask them to go deeper than general ideas. Have them consider what rules look like in practice, and what the consequences for breaking certain rules should be.
Be clear on consequences
Routine and structure are important aspects of any classroom, and as a teacher you have to be consistent in how you apply the rules — no playing favorites or backing down on the consequences. Students won’t respect and follow the rules if you don’t.
Be clear from the beginning on what the consequences are for breaking the rules. Consider a “fix what you broke” approach that asks the student to make amends for their behavior through actions or words, or set time-outs and temporary losses of privilege. Certain infractions are more serious than others (i.e. violence vs. speaking out of turn), so be prepared to respond appropriately.
Some quick tips to promote community and learning:
- Don’t be unnecessarily heavy-handed or look to embarrass students in front of the class
- Praise publicly, reprimand privately
- Always be able to explain how your consequences fit into your overall classroom rules
Give (small) rewards
While most teachers lay out consequences for misbehavior, consider also identifying areas where students can earn rewards. Positive reinforcement is a useful technique. Make sure to praise students for acting appropriately, and consider giving small rewards to students who exceed expectations.
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Get parent buy-in
Parent involvement is the best indicator of student success — a principle that extends beyond academic involvement. Parents need to understand and align themselves with expectations for classroom behavior.
Keep in touch with parents and send home a letter at the beginning of the school year that details the classroom rules that you and your class have agreed on.
Consider taking a few moments from a parent evening to go over student expectations or ask for feedback on what values parents think classroom rules should uphold. Communication and collaboration with parents means more student success and fewer surprises during the school year.
Collaborate with your colleagues
Your colleagues are one of your biggest assets when it comes to establishing clear rules. Students often have more than one teacher throughout the school day, and communicating a consistent set of classroom rules can help reinforce student expectations.
Collaborating with other teachers is also a good way to make sure that your rules are in line with school culture. If the classroom is out of step with what the rest of the school is doing, students can get confused and start to act out. Speak with a supervisor or trusted colleague if you have any questions, and take their advice seriously.
How to uphold classroom rules
For many teachers, student discipline is a difficult subject to discuss. If every classroom needs rules, then it stands to reason that breaking the rules should come with appropriate consequences.
In any classroom, broken rules mean wasted teaching time and emotional exhaustion for teachers. In one study about classroom discipline, researchers noted that:
“The ultimate goal of classroom order is to enable instruction. Classroom order is not a goal in itself, nor is it a way to correct classroom disruption. Effective teachers have fewer classroom disciplinary problems not because they are good at restoring discipline, but because they are good at establishing classroom procedures that maximize time available for instruction.”
With that in mind, here are some tips for making sure student discipline, when necessary, is used as a way to get back to what your students are really there for: learning!
Collaborate with your students — again
While you’re making the rules, consider making the consequences as well. In order for students to respect the rules, they have to realize what’s going to happen when they break them. Give students hypothetical situations, and ask them to develop consequences based on shared classroom values.
Even if you decide to make the consequences on you own, don’t think that being unnecessarily harsh will earn you respect. If you truly want to build an efficient and positive learning environment, you should always keep the best interests of your students in mind.
Be able to explain consequences when students ask. Take circumstance into account — an unusually egregious offence needs to be escalated more quickly than a small classroom disturbance. Apply the rules consistently so students learn the value of responsibility.
Continue to reinforce classroom rules
If you want students to listen to classroom rules all year round, make sure you’ve reinforced them throughout the school year.If rules are continually taught, students have less of an excuse for misbehavior. In her Cooperative Discipline Model, teaching specialist Linda Albert recommends that:
“The behaviors calls for must be taught, not taken for granted, and the code should be discussed regularly. This keeps it in the foreground for reminding students and for use when correcting misbehavior. When serious violations of the code occur, procedures of conflict resolution are applied. All the while, the teacher makes ongoing efforts to help students feel capable, connected with others, and contributors to the class and elsewhere.”
If students are aware of the rules and know you take them seriously, they’ll be more likely to respect them.
Balance discipline with compassion
Albert also theorizes that misbehavior is merely students trying to achieve “mistaken goals,” including revenge, attention-seeking or assumed disability. She encourages teachers to reframe this as an opportunity to build a positive relationship with students.
While discipline is a way to encourage a safe and positive working environment for all students, it’s important to remember students are also learning how to function as responsible and effective members of society. Difficult home situations, mental health issues and challenging social situations are all factors that can cause students to act out.
While none of these factors excuse bad behavior, it’s worth checking in with a chronically misbehaving student to see if you can address any underlying factors. Work with administrators, support staff and parents to develop a response to intervention plan for students who might be struggling in the classroom, or guide students to resources that can help them succeed both personally and academically.
Final thoughts on classroom rules
Each teacher uses their classroom rules differently, because each class is different. Some students might need structure and clearly defined boundaries, while others respond positively to more freedom. Encourage student buy-in, continuously communicate the rules and uphold them as necessary to find what works best for your classroom.
Long days and large classes can make it difficult to respond to every need or problem equally. Do your best, and make sure that your students know that you want to see them succeed — that’s what matters the most.
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47 Best Classroom Rules for Middle & High School (2021)
Classroom rules are important for all ages – even middle school and high school students. Start your school year or even your lessons with a discussion of the ground rules.
By setting the ground rules at the start, you’ll be setting the tone for the rest of your time with your students.
How to Write Class Rules
Two effective teaching strategies to remember when setting rules for middle school and high school students are:
- Make rules that say what to do rather than what not to do.
- Start every rule with an action word (verb).
Read Also: 13 Effective Classroom Management Theories
Best Classroom Rules for Middle School
1 – 5:
- Respect other people’s boundaries (aka Keep your hands to yourself).
- Swearing is unacceptable.
- Enter the classroom ready to learn.
- Use an inside voice (aka No yelling!)
- Ask for permission before using the restroom.
6 – 10:
- Raise your hand if you would like to speak.
- Wait for others to finish speaking before you speak (aka No interrupting).
- Listen actively by making eye contact and asking relevant questions of the speaker.
- Treat others the way you want to be treated.
- Respect your classroom. Clean and tidy classrooms make your learning experience better (aka No Vandalism!)
11 – 15:
- See if you can help yourself before asking someone else.
- Care for your own equipment.
- Ask for permission to use others’ equipment.
- Theft is unacceptable (aka Do not steal!)
- Use a respectful tone and manners at all times (aka Don’t be Snarky)
16 – 20:
- Play by the rules. If you don’t, you’re only cheating yourself (aka Don’t cheat).
- Respect your body. You’ll need it for many decades to come.
- Know when to speak. You have a valued contribution to make to the class.
- Know when not to speak. Others have a valued contribution to make, too. Give them space to speak.
- Shower every day. No one wants to smell your B.O. when they’re trying to study.
21 – 26:
- Do homework daily. You’ll thank yourself in 10 years time!
- Think about people in more need than you. If someone appears lonely, sad or in need of help, it’s your responsibility to be by their side.
- Walk around the classroom … don’t run! When you walk, you’re less likely to damage things.
- Admit your mistakes. You’re not perfect and admitting when you’re wrong is a respectable thing to do.
- Stop and look to your teacher when the teacher asks. Your teacher’s here to help you!
- Check and edit your work before sending it to the teacher.
Best Classroom Rules for High School
27 – 31:
- Act as a role model for your peers and for younger students.
- Seek meaning in everything you do. Make sure you life a meaningful life.
- Apply what you learn in class to your life outside.
- Come to class because you want to. At this age, you don’t have to be here.
- Call out bad behavior. It’s your classroom and your job to set the tone you want.
32 – 36:
- Challenge one another with respect.
- Be ready to have your mind changed by someone else’s ideas.
- Be generous with praise and kindness for your friends and colleagues.
- Turn up on time. Being on time shows respect for your learning and your peers.
- Organize what you need for class the night before. You’re almost an adult … it’s time to get organized!
Inspiring and Uplifting Class Rules
37 – 41:
- Set yourself high expectations every day.
Shoot for the moon. If you miss, you’ll make it to the stars.
- Take risks in order to achieve great things.
- Play together because play is the highest form of learning!
- Visualize what or who you want to be and strive for your ideal.
- Believe in yourself and your friends. You are the future of the world.
42 – 47:
- Make someone smile today.
- Be humble in success and proud in failure. Humble winners are willing to take constructive feedback. Proud losers hold their head high for having a go.
- Stand up for each other and stand against bullies.
- Set yourself a goal for today.
- Get involved. The world is changed by those who show up.
- Be your true self. You’ll regret it if you don’t.
How to Enforce the Rules
If students disregard or disrespect the rules, a teacher needs to take control and make sure they know the standards must be maintained.
Try the Assertive Discipline Theory approach, which argues that teachers should use a discipline hierarchy:
- The first time a student breaks the rules, they get a reprimand.
- The second time a student breaks the rules, they get a punishment.
- The third time a student breaks the rules, it’s escalated to parents and school management.
The trick is to follow-thought thoroughly on these steps so students know you’re serious.
Read Also: 23 Great School Ant-bullying Policies
An alternative (and perhaps better) way to go about writing class rules is to do it democratically.
Get your class together and ask them what rules they want to see in their classroom. I’ve found that young people are surprisingly conservative about the rules. They’ll offer some tough and powerful rules that they all must abide by.
By getting students to come up with the rules together, they are setting their own personal standards. It makes them more accountable not only to yourself as the teacher, but also themselves.
Classroom rules are necessary for learning to occur. When students misbehave, they are disrespecting their peers. Everyone in the class has the right to learn. If a student interrupts other students who are trying to learn, that needs to be stopped.
However, a teacher also needs to have positive regard for all students and see their potential … even the ones who play up. Work with misbehaving students to make sure they are having their needs met and they feel comfortable and safe in the classroom. As the humanist theory states, most misbehavior has a cause: as teachers, it’s our job to identify the cause of that misbehavior and try to address it so the student can succeed in class.
One thing a teacher needs to consider is their teaching: are you encouraging passive learning or active learning? An active, constructive classroom may significantly decrease instances of misbehavior.
Best Classroom Rules for High School
For both teenagers and the adults responsible for the development of teens, high school is a tough time. Rules are an important feature of any classroom, especially when you’re dealing with students from high school. Teenagers can be quickly confused by their budding hormones and complicated social lives, and while many are experienced and extremely competent, they can also benefit from structure and rules. The rules of the classroom provide instructions that allow students to realize what is expected of them. Ideally, for all the learners to see, they should be quick, easy to follow, and placed somewhere that is visible. Keeping them general enough to encompass a range of circumstances, but also unique to your students, classroom, and education is one of the keys to writing productive classroom rules.
The framework and guidance required to build a positive learning atmosphere are established by classroom rules. You can create a collection of rules for the classroom yourself or ask the students for feedback and work together to make a list of rules. It is ideal to go over the rules in class with the students at the beginning of each academic year or semester, leaving time for questions and discussion. When they grasp the intent behind them, students are more likely to obey the rules; rules that appear excessive or pointless are more likely to be forgotten. For this reason, it is important to clarify why you have created these rules and how they can help build an effective, well-run classroom.
Routine and order are important facets of every school, and you need to be clear as an instructor with how you apply the rules, without playing favourites or backing down on the consequences. If you don’t, students won’t respect and obey the rules. Although most teachers recognize implications for wrongdoing, think considering identifying areas where students can receive awards. A useful strategy is positive reinforcement. Be sure to thank students for behaving correctly, and recommend awarding students who meet standards small prizes.
There are a series of alternative ways to build a list of rules for the classroom. You should do it all on your own, setting the rules as you see fit. Another approach is to invite your students’ suggestions; you may also make them vote on which rules they favour. The advantage of this strategy is that it helps you to think more about what type of classroom atmosphere your students want.
You will help the students get the best out of their high school years by setting out these top rules! Hope you enjoy reading the list.
1. Arrive On Time
Everyone has to be on schedule and ready to start class in order to keep the classroom running smoothly. Students outside the door and running in would be deemed tardy after the bell has started to toll. When the bell rings to be counted to be present, you must be in your seat. Punctuality, right from school days, is one of the best attributes to be developed. Establish a schedule before the bell rings to enter school and be seated in your classroom spot before the warning bell.
2. Turn Off Cell Phones And Electronic Devices
Cell phones and other mobile gadgets, such as mp3 players, tablets, need to be switched off while class is in session. They will be seized if they are not switched off.
3. No Food Or Drinks
Lunchtime and recess in classes should be reserved for eating and drinking. For students with medical conditions, though, exceptions can be made.
4. Attend To Personal Needs Before Class
To avoid causing inconvenience to your fellow classmates, use the bathroom or stop at your locker before class. Hall passes are restricted, so unless you have a genuine emergency, please do not ask for a pass.
5. Bring Required Materials Everyday
Come to class prepared with all the necessary supplies you were advised to carry at the beginning of the school year unless you have been told otherwise. Do not deter the teacher or other students from asking to borrow things that you have failed to carry to class.
6. Start Your Assignment When The Bell Rings
When you arrive for class, instructions will be posted on the board or the projector screen. To begin your assignment, please do not wait to be reminded.
7. Use Polite Speech And Body Language
Always behave in a manner that your teacher and fellow students appreciate. At all times, unkind teasing and impolite behaviour are inappropriate and will lead to disciplinary proceedings. When they are talking, be mindful of other students. There will be no toleration of any form of bullying.
8. Speak When Permitted
You must raise your hand in class most of the time and wait before answering to be called on. During group work, there will be occasions when a quiet conversation is allowed. Be mindful of what it is and is not appropriate to speak. Until all students have finished, it is vital that students remain quiet during examinations.
9. No Cheating
A zero and a phone call home will be given to students caught stealing. The same effects will be ensured by both the student who shares his work and the one who copies it. During tests and preparation of other graded tasks, be aware of unintended cheating by covering the paper. You should still uphold moral standards, such as integrity. It’s not a big deal to fail at times in tests, but it is never tolerable to succeed by cheating.
10. Listen And Follow Directions
In class, it is necessary for you to pay attention and obey the instructions of the teacher. When you listen in class and follow instructions, there are chances for you to be a more effective student.
11. Never Pack Up Before It’s Time To Leave
When it’s getting near to the end of class, it can be tempting to pack up early. Nevertheless, when preparing to leave, you can wait until the teacher has dismissed you.
12. Turn in Work on Time
Please turn in your work on time unless you have been given an extension. A lower score will be given for late assignments.
13. Use Technology For Learning
When the class uses a type of technology for a lecture, such as computers or tablets, use the technology to learn for its intended purpose. Don’t use social media or search the internet.
14. Makeup Missed Work
If you have skipped a lecture or an assignment, make plans to finish the work with your tutor.
15. If You Have a Question, Ask For Help
Ask the instructor or another student for assistance if anything is unclear, such as homework instructions or something in your reading materials.
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Rules of behavior for students in MBOU secondary school № 24.
The objectives of these rules are to create a favorable environment for learning, a safe environment for staying at school and on the territory, fostering respect for the human person, and developing the skills of cultural behavior in society.
1. General rules.
1.1. School students behave honestly and with dignity, observe the norms of morality and ethics in relations with each other and with their elders.
1.2. Students are required to:
- show respect for elders;
- Help the younger ones when they need help;
- to carefully handle the property of the school, as well as with your own and other people’s belongings;
- fulfill the requirements of teachers and other school staff.
- leave the school or from its territory during classes without the permission of the teacher, class teacher or the school administrator on duty;
- unauthorized leave sports, cultural and extracurricular activities;
- Bring and use weapons, explosive and flammable substances, flammable liquids, pyrotechnic products, gas canisters, cigarettes, alcoholic beverages, drugs, intoxicants, as well as poisonous and toxic substances at school and on the territory.
- to climb on window sills, cupboards, equipment of premises;
- ride on the railing;
- to open and enter the school’s utility rooms;
- open power supply boards;
- not use sports and play equipment in the buildings and on the school grounds in a manner other than their intended purpose.
- tidy up their workplace;
- leave the class;
- obey the requirements of the teachers and school staff on duty.
- push each other, throw objects and use physical force;
- use obscene expressions and gestures, make noise, interfere with others’ rest;
- to leave the school buildings and outside the territory.
- show attention and care when receiving and consuming hot and liquid food;
- consume food and drinks only in the dining room, not taking them out into the corridor;
- obey the requirements of teachers and canteen staff;
- clean up the dishes after themselves.
- be within its boundaries;
- to comply with the general rules of conduct.
- statement from parents (legal representatives)
- birth certificate (copy)
- passport of the parent (legal representative)
1.3. Students address teachers by name, patronymic and “you”, and unfamiliar adults also use “you”.
1.4. Students must give way to adults, older students let younger students, boys and girls ahead.
1.5. To clarify the relationship, students never use physical force and do not use harsh expressions. The use of physical force offends a person’s dignity and is strictly prohibited at school.
1.6. Students are prohibited from:
1.7. It is strictly forbidden at school, since it poses a danger to the life and health of students:
2. Before school starts.
2.1. Students arrive at school no later than 10 minutes before the start of class, in clean clothes and tidy. Elementary students arrive at school no later than 15 minutes before the start of classes.
2.2. After entering the school building, students take off their outerwear and shoes in the wardrobe, tidy up their clothes and hairstyle, go to the corridor or recreation, where the lesson will take place and wait for the teacher.
3. In the classroom.
3.1. When the teacher enters the classroom, the students stand up.They sit down after the teacher’s greeting and permission. Students also welcome any adult who enters the classroom during class. When a teacher or other adult leaves the classroom, the students also stand up.
3.2. During the lesson, the teacher sets the rules of conduct in the lesson.
3.3. During the lesson, one should not make noise, be distracted by oneself and distract comrades from the lessons by talking, playing and other things not related to the lesson.
3.4. When a student wants to say something, ask, ask a teacher, or answer a question.He raises his hand after the teacher’s permission speaks. The educator can set different rules.
3.5. The bell (signal) about the end of the lesson is given for the teacher. He determines the exact end time of the lesson and announces the end of the lesson to the students.
4. During breaks and after the end of classes.
4.1. During breaks (breaks), students are required to:
4.2. During breaks it is prohibited to: – run up stairs, corridors, recreation;
4.3. While in the cafeteria, the students:
5. Behavior on school grounds.
5.1. The school grounds are part of the school (school site). On the school site, students must:
6. Final provisions.
6.1. For violation of these rules and the Charter of the school, the disciplined and educational measures provided for by the Charter of the school are applied to students. For gross and repeated violations of the requirements of the Charter of the school and the prohibitions of these Rules, a student may be expelled from the school.
6.2. This policy applies to all off-school activities.
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Internal regulations for students
I. GENERAL PROVISIONS
These Internal regulations for students are developed in accordance with the Law of the Russian Federation “On Education” , the standard provision of secondary schools and the Charter of school No. 186 and establish the norms of student behavior in the building and on the territory of school No. 186.The purpose of the Rules is to create a normal working environment at school No.186, conducive to the successful mastering of educational programs by each student, fostering respect for the individual and its rules, developing a culture of behavior and communication skills.
II. PROCEDURE FOR RECEPTION, TRANSFER AND DISTRIBUTION OF STUDENTS.
(The procedure for admission, transfer and expulsion of students is carried out in accordance with the current legislation.)
III. GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES OF STUDENTS.
Students are required to: 3.1 Comply with the Charter of School No. 186, decisions of the Pedagogical Council, Internal Regulations, instructions on labor protection. 3.2 Know and follow the fire safety rules (smoking is prohibited in school premises, on school grounds, etc.). 3.3 Attend school # 186 at the designated time and not miss classes without good reason. 3.4 Do not leave school №186 and its territory without the permission of the class teacher or the administrator on duty at school hours. In case of missing classes, the teacher must present to the class teacher a doctor’s certificate (a copy thereof) or a statement from the parents (persons replacing them) about the reason for the absence from the class.3.5 Show respect for elders, take care of younger ones. Teachers give way to teachers, adults, older students – younger ones, boys – girls. 3.6 Conscientiously study, master the skills of self-education. 3.7 Participate in self-service and socially useful work, on duty at school No. 186, in classrooms, offices and workshops. 3.8 Monitor your appearance; adhere to business style in clothes. 3.9 Greet the employees and visitors of school no. 186, respectfully treat classmates, students and employees of school no. 186.3.10 Take care of the property of school No. 186, treat carefully both your own and other people’s property. Parents (persons replacing them) are financially liable for damage to property. 3.11 Do not bring weapons, explosive or flammable substances, alcoholic beverages, drugs, as well as toxic substances and poisons to school No. 186 and its territory. 3.12 Do not disturb the working environment in offices, classrooms, workshops. 3.13 No smoking at school # 186.
IV. ARRIVAL OF STUDENTS IN OU.
4.1 Come to school no. 186 in clean and ironed business-style clothes, neatly combed.Have a handkerchief, hairbrush and change of shoes with you. 4.2 Come to school # 186 without delay, 15 minutes before the start of your first lesson. 4.3 At the entrance to school No. 186, thoroughly wipe your feet, put on replacement shoes. 4.4 At the door, do not try to go first, make way for adults, kids and girls. 4.5 To undress in the wardrobe quickly, do not delay your comrades.
V. STUDENT POSITION IN THE LESSON
5.1 After the first call, take your place in the office (class). Sit constantly in the place assigned to you, keep it clean and tidy.5.2 Prepare everything you need for the lesson (textbook, notebook, diary …). 5.3 When the teacher enters the classroom, the student must stand up in greeting and sit down after the teacher answers the greeting and allows him to sit down. Likewise, students greet any adult who enters the classroom during class. 5.4 Sit straight at the table, do not fall apart or hunch over. 5.5 During the lesson, it is forbidden to make noise, be distracted by yourself and distract classmates with extraneous conversations, games. Scheduled time should be used for educational purposes only.Listen carefully to the teacher’s explanations and the answers of the comrades. 5.6 If you want to ask the teacher a question or answer, raise your hand without lifting your elbow from the table. After the permission of the teacher – get up and ask a question, answer. 5.7 If during classes a student needs to leave the class, then he must ask the permission of the teacher. 5.8 The lesson end call is given for the teacher. Only when the teacher announces the end of the lesson, the teacher has the right to leave the class.
VI. BEHAVIOR OF STUDENTS AT CHANGE.
6.1 It is the responsibility of each student to make full use of the break for rest. 6.2 It is forbidden to interfere with others, run, shout, arrange fuss, push each other, throw objects and use physical force; use obscene expressions and gestures. 6.3 When walking up the stairs, keep to the right, do not run, do not jump over the steps. 6.4 It is forbidden to litter, throw paper, leftover food … 6.5 After the first call to the lesson, students should go to the room indicated in the schedule and get ready for the lesson.It is forbidden to leave the office after the first call. The lesson begins with the second bell. 6.6 After the end of classes, students in grades 1-4 in an organized, formation, together with the class teacher, go to dress in the wardrobe and leave the school. 6.7 It is forbidden to stay at school unnecessarily and walk along the corridors in outerwear and hats. 6.8 Be careful when opening and closing doors.
VII. BEHAVIOR IN THE DINING ROOM.
7.1 It is forbidden to enter the dining room wearing outer clothing.7.2 The dining room is only open during recess. 7.3 It is forbidden to create a crush in the canteen (at the table, by the distribution …). 7.4 After eating, clean up the dishes.
VIII. BEHAVIOR DURING OUT-OF-CLASS EVENTS
8.1 When conducting extra-curricular activities, students must follow all the rules, as during the educational process. 8.2 In case of violation of the rules, the class is prohibited from holding class events (lights) and participating in extracurricular activities until the end of the school year
IX.STREET BEHAVIOR WHEN WALKING IN PUBLIC AREAS.
9.1 Listen and obey the class teacher (group leader) unconditionally. 9.2 Observe traffic regulations. 9.3 Do not shout or create a crowd in a public place (transport). 9.4 Observe generally accepted norms of behavior in public places.
X. FINAL PROVISIONS.
10.1 These Rules are valid on the territory of school №186 and apply to all activities carried out in it.10.2 For violation of these Rules and the Charter of School No. 186, students are held accountable in accordance with applicable law. 10.3 These Rules are posted at school No. 186 in a conspicuous place for general information.
School Admission Rules – Municipal Autonomous General Educational Institution “Secondary School No. 30”, Tambov
Admission to class 1 is carried out from April 1, 2022 at the address Astrakhanskaya st., 159 (building 1).
Documents are accepted daily (except Saturday and Sunday) from 14.00 to 17.00 in office 303.
Acceptance of applications for grade 1 for the 2021/2022 academic year for children living in the assigned territory will be carried out from April 1, 2021 . The application can be submitted through the regional portal of state and municipal services around the clock at the link
Acceptance of applications from parents of children who are not registered in the territory assigned to the school for the 2022/2023 academic year starts from 06/07/2022
Documents for admission to the 1st class:
Sample Application (pdf)
Number of seats in 1 class: 150.Enrolled in: person. Free places: 150.90 230
Enrollment in grade 1 for the 2022/23 academic year is carried out by teachers: Kaprova N.A., Kostina I.A., Prokhorskaya E.N., Skopinova L.V., Balabaeva N.M.
MAOU SOSH №30 from October 2, 2021 is recruiting children aged 5.5 – 6.5 years in the pre-school preparation group for the 2022-2023 academic year. For more details see reference
“Hot” lines on the organization of admission to school: 8 (4752) 47-84-51
Borders of the microdistrict
Rules for admission to study at the municipal autonomous educational institution “Secondary school No. 30” for educational programs of primary general, basic general and secondary general education (pdf)
Resolution of the administration of the city of Tambov dated December 15, 2020 No.No. 5616 “On the assignment of municipal educational organizations to the territories of the city of Tambov” (pdf)
Resolution of the administration of the city of Tambov dated November 23, 2020 N 5172 “On approval of the Administrative regulations for the provision of municipal services” Enrollment in the municipal educational organization of the city of Tambov “(pdf)
Order of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation dated January 22, 2014 No. 32 “On approval of the procedure for admitting citizens to study in educational programs and primary general, basic general and secondary general education”
Pre-school preparation group
A package of information materials prepared by specialists of the municipal budgetary institution “Center for psychological, pedagogical, medical and social assistance.”
Students’ Code of Conduct | Koryazhemskaya secondary school №3 | Official site of the secondary school №3 in Koryazhma
by order of the director of the MOU “Secondary School No. 3”
April 2008No. 25
These Rules establish the standards of behavior for students in the building and on
The purpose of the Rules is to create a normal school work environment conducive to
successful study of each student, fostering respect for the individual and her rights,
development of a culture of behavior and communication skills.
These Rules apply to
all events and activities held on the school grounds.
School order is maintained based on respect for human dignity
students, teachers and other school staff. Application of mental methods
and physical violence towards others is not allowed.
Students are required to comply with the Charter of the school, study conscientiously, carefully
treat property, respect the honor and dignity of other students, and
school staff and follow the rules of conduct.
Take care of the results of the work of other people and provide all possible
assistance in cleaning school premises while on duty in the classroom, at school.
Maintain order and cleanliness in the dining room, dressing room, toilet.
Take an active part in preparing the school for the new academic year (for
students in grades 5-10).
Pay due attention to your own health and the health of those around you.
Take an active part in the collective creative affairs of the class and school.
Observe the laws of life of class and school teams.
Students come to classrooms in a businesslike, strict, tidy uniform.For
physical education, students must have sports clothing and footwear.
There should be aprons for technology lessons.
3. General rules of conduct.
The student arrives at school 10-15 minutes before the start of class, clean and tidy.
At the entrance to the school, he observes the rules of courtesy, removes the upper
clothes, changes shoes and follows to the place of the lesson.
The student is required to have and change shoes at school. Changeable shoes should
A student at school should be neat and not defiantly combed.
It is forbidden to bring to the school and its territory for any purpose and use
by any means weapons, explosive, explosive or flammable objects and substances;
alcoholic beverages, drugs, other intoxicants and poisons,
gas cartridges, tobacco products.
It is impossible without the permission of teachers to leave the school and from its territory in the classroom.
time. In case of missing classes, the student must show the classroom
to the head a certificate from a doctor or a note from parents (or persons replacing them)
about the reason for the absence in class.Skip classes without good reason
The student brings the necessary teaching materials, books, notebooks, a diary.
Comes to school with prepared homework for the subjects according to
schedule of lessons.
The student of the school shows respect for the elders, takes care of the younger ones. Students and
educators treat each other with respect. Schoolchildren make way
adults, older students – younger, boys – girls.
Students take care of the school property, provide all possible assistance in its repair,
carefully treat both their own and other people’s property.
When talking, it is prohibited to use abusive and obscene words and expressions.
When talking to seniors, the student should stand up. Keep your hands in your pockets
it is forbidden. The transition to a free style of communication is allowed with the permission of an adult.
school students conduct themselves everywhere and everywhere in such a way as not to lose their honor and
dignity, not to tarnish the good name of the school and your family.
Arrival of students to school.
At the entrance to the school, students greet the duty administrator, teacher,
comrades, wipe their feet, undress themselves in the designated
classrooms in the locker room, students store replacement shoes in special
sack bags in the dressing room along with outerwear.
In the locker room, students are quiet, undress quickly, without stopping,
games and fussing in the locker room are prohibited, visiting the locker room during the training
day is allowed only in the presence of the attendants.
The appearance of the students is assessed upon leaving the locker room by the teacher on duty and
administrator and makes requirements for students in accordance with these
Students who are late are registered by the duty administrator or teacher and receive a corresponding record of being late
in the diary.
Students are not allowed to bring things that are not related to the class.
Behavior in the classroom.
When the teacher enters the classroom, students stand up in greeting, sit down only
after the teacher answers the greeting and allows you to sit down. Similar
Students greet any adult who enters the classroom during class.
Each teacher determines the rules for conducting classes in their subject,
which should not contradict the laws of the Russian Federation, the Charter of the school and
regulatory documents.These rules are mandatory for all students.
During the lesson, one should not make noise, be distracted by oneself and distract others.
extraneous conversations, games and other things not related to the lesson.
Class time is to be used by students for instructional purposes only. By
the first requirement of the teacher (class teacher) should be
diary. Students should follow any journal entries carefully. After
Each school week, the student’s parents put their signature in the diary.
If a student needs to leave the classroom during class, he must
raise your hand and ask the teacher’s permission.
If the student wants to ask the teacher a question or answer the teacher’s question, he
raises his hand. The bell (signal) for the end of the lesson is given for teachers.
Students have the right to leave the class only after the teacher announces it
ending. When a teacher or other adult leaves the classroom, students stand up.
Behavior before the start, during breaks and after the end of classes.
Before the start of the lesson, students must arrive at the office 5 minutes before the call.
During breaks (breaks), students are required to clean and tidy
your workplace, get out of class. When moving along corridors, stairs,
the aisles keep to the right. Obey the demands of workers
schools, students on duty. At the request of the teacher, students should provide assistance in
preparing the class for the next lesson. If you are late for class, knock on the
office door, go in, say hello to the teacher, apologize for being late and
ask permission to sit down.
During breaks (breaks), students are prohibited from running stairs, near
window openings and other places not suitable for games; push friend
friend, throw objects and use physical force to solve any kind
problems; use obscene expressions and gestures towards any person, make noise,
interfere with the rest of others; smoke in the building and on the school grounds.
The class attendant is in the classroom during recess, ensures order in
class, ventilates the room, helps the teacher prepare the class for
next lesson, monitors and maintains adequate sanitation.
Students, being in the cafeteria, must obey the requirements of teachers and
canteen workers, observe the queue when buying food, be attentive and
be careful when receiving and consuming hot and liquid foods. Pupils
consume food and drinks purchased in the dining room or brought with them,
only in the dining room. Students are required to clean up their dining utensils and
dishes after eating.
At the end of the course, students must collect clothing and replacement shoes from
dressing rooms, dress neatly and leave school in a courteous manner.
School students are not allowed to miss classes without good reason.
Students are not allowed while on school grounds or
carrying out school activities to perform actions that are dangerous to their own
life and health, as well as others.
For violation of these Rules and the Charter of the school, students are involved in
These Rules are posted at the school in a conspicuous place for all
Administration of the city district of Saransk 90 100 Department of social policy of the city district of Saransk 90 100 Education department of the city district of Saransk
Municipal educational institution
Foundation year: 1965
Language of education:
Address: 430032, Republic of Mordovia, g.Saransk, st. Marina Raskova, 17A
Number of students for the 2021-2022 academic year
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Rules of conduct near water bodies
In order to prevent accidents on water bodies in winter, students, members of the school club “Young Patriot”, held conversations with the students, during which they explained the rules of behavior near water bodies, showed a video film where the children themselves take part in demonstration performances to rescue someone in distress on the water in winter.
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