School Regulations

BILINGUAL PWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL REGULATIONS

  1. The child becomes a pupil of Bilingual PWN Elementary School after his/her parents/legal guardians sign the Education Agreement and the declaration on having read and accepting the documents mandatory in the School (the Statutes, the Internal School Grading Rules, School Regulations, the Upbringing and Prophylaxis Programme).
  2. The School conducts educational and caring classes in compliance with the school year calendar provided by the Ministry of National Education.
  3. The mandatory educational classes last from 8:15 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. The school organises afternoon classes and provides care to 6:00 p.m.
  4. At the beginning of the school year, the parents fill in the Child Collection Declaration, where they provide the surnames, telephone numbers and identity card numbers of the people who are entitled to collect their children from school. The Homeroom Teacher/Carer is not allowed to let the child go with any person not included in the list, even upon a request of the parent to let the child be collected made by phone. In the case of a one-off collection of the child from school by a person not included in the list, the Parent is obliged to submit to the administrative office or send to the school address from a private e-mail a written authorisation in which the data of the specified person along with the identification card number are to be provided.
  5. The liability of school for a given child commences at the moment of providing the child to the teacher and ends at the moment of collecting the child from the teacher responsible for a given group. From that moment, in the area of changing room, the area around the school etc., the child is under care of the parent.
  6. The parents can accompany the child in the entrance hall and the changing room. They do not enter the school corridors or classrooms. Between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m., only pupils and school employees can be inside the school building.
  7. The teacher cannot talk with a parent or another person outside of the school (also via telephone) when he/she takes care of a group of children (e.g. during lessons or teacher's school duty on breaks).
  8. The parents can contact the teachers (via telephone or in person) during their weekly duties, meetings with parents and open days as well as through the online class register. In emergency situations, the parent can call the administrative office between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. or the afternoon carer between 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.
  9. The parents provide excuses for absences of their children in writing during the week from the end of the absence.
  10. The parent is obliged to notify the homeroom teacher of absences longer than 2 days.
  11. In case of longer absence (more than two weeks) caused by disease, the pupil or his/her parents arrange with the teachers the mode and dates for making up for the absences or the school assistance in this scope, if necessary.
  12. If the absence of the child is caused by a different reason, e.g. a private trip, the parents assist the child in making up for the absence on their own.
  13. On a regular basis, the parent becomes acquainted with the entries in the online class register (grades, messages, the schedule) and attends the meetings with parents set in the schedule of the school. Otherwise, he/she cannot claim limited information on the child or school events.
  14. The children and the teachers cannot use mobile phones during lessons and afternoon classes.
  15. The pupils bring mobile phones to school at the responsibility of their parents and upon their consent.
  16. The pupils do not bring toys, electronic game consoles or expensive gadgets to school.
  17. The school does not bear the liability for the damage or loss of expensive items or money brought by the child.
  18. The recording of image and sound by means of a mobile phone or another electronic device is allowed only for the purposes of school classes in the presence of the teacher and upon consent of the person being recorder or photographed.
  19. The pupils drink and eat in the sitting position in the classroom or the school canteen. They will not walk, play or run with food.
  20. The pupils and teachers are obliged to wear clothes appropriate for the place in which they are. The pupils are obliged to wear modest clothes at school that are adequate for their age. During school events, the pupils are obliged to wear formal clothes (white-black/dark blue).
  21. The pupils change footwear during the whole year. The school employees do so in autumn and winter.
  22. In the changing room, the pupils hang their clothes on hangers and put their shoes in lockers or hang them in a bag on a hanger properly. All items and clothes left in the changing room in places other than the dedicated places or left on a windowsill, on desks or on the floor at school will be put in a container for found items and after the container is full, the items will be given to people in need.
  23. The parent is obliged to provide the necessary school accessories to the child on a systematic and current basis.
  24. Smoking cigarettes and drinking alcohol are strictly prohibited in the area of the school entire building and the area around the school.