SCHOOL DISCIPLINE AND PASTORAL CARE


If education has long term goal of preparing young people to enter the world as active participants in society and becoming responsible contributors, then it must provide far more than the opportunity for academic pursuits, Guidance and Pastoral Care serve to develop the whole personality of every individual pupil in all his dignity –spiritual, intellectual, emotional, social and physical. Pastoral Care is about looking after the total welfare of every pupil through the creation of a caring and well-ordered community. All these make up a responsibility for his personal development as well as that of society.


SCHOOL OBJECTIVES

 

Fundamental Objectives

 

  To help pupils to adapt grow and develop their potential.

 To provide individual counseling / guidance to pupils who are in need of assistance.

To adopt whole School Approach and involve every member of the staff in guidance and pastoral care.

School Objectives

 

  To foster a caring and well- ordered community environment conducive to character formation and academic development.

  To implement a code of conduct that conceives discipline as
       1: A personal value combined with self- mastery.
       2: A social value which encourages mutual respect and really permits participation.
       3:An effective value in work which guarantees a good use of time.

To provide initial and front-line intervention in helping pupils cope with their problems.

To continue to offer varied extra- curricular activities to pupils.

To establish a close rapport with parents through the various activities of the school and the parent Teacher Association.


Pupil Objectives

 

  To build pupils of sound character with personal integrity, respect for the dignity of others, compassion for all, especially the less fortunate and self - discipline.

  To promote pupil self – esteem and self – awareness especially as regards to personal interest, abilities and limitations.

  To support academic progress through teaching, proper time management, and study skills.

  To develop skills in decision- making, education planning and vocational career options which will facilitate transition from school to the practical world.

 To equip each pupil with practical life especially as regards to relationship .

 To encourage a mental health and physical lifestyle.

To enable pupils to live and cope with a fast changing world and to view the future with optimism.


To promote greater social, cultural, environmental and spiritual awareness.