Statutes

Rozdział I
POSTANOWIENIA OGÓLNE
§ 1

  1. Szkoła nosi nazwę w brzmieniu: Dwujęzyczna Szkoła Podstawowa PWN.
  2. The Bilingual PWN Elementary School, hereinafter referred to as the "PWN School", shall be a non-public elementary school with public school rights under the Education Law of 14 December 2016 (Journal of Laws of 2017, item 59), hereinafter referred to as the "Education Law" and the Education System Act of 7 September 1991 (Journal of Laws of 2015, item 2156, as amended), hereinafter referred to as the "Education System Act".
  3. Szkoła PWN jest szkołą podstawową o ośmioletnim cyklu kształcenia, w której mogą być tworzone oddziały dwujęzyczne.
  4. The PWN School can organise a kindergarten unit fulfilling the duty of yearly preschool preparation.
  5. Szkoła PWN podlega wpisowi do ewidencji prowadzonej przez właściwą jednostkę samorządu terytorialnego.
  6. Szkoła PWN ma swoją siedzibę w Warszawie (02-593) przy ul. J. J. Rostafińskich 1.
  7. Szkoła PWN rozpoczyna działalność 01.09.2017 r.

§ 2

  1. The Running Body of the PWN School shall be PWN Wydawnictwo Szkolne Sp. z o.o. with its registered office at: 02-460 Warsaw, ul. Gottlieba Daimlera 2, entered in the Register of Entrepreneurs kept by the District Court for the capital city of Warsaw, 13th Commercial Division of the National Court Register, under KRS [National Court Register] number 0000621986, NIP [Tax Identification Number] 522-30-65-016, REGON [National Official Business Register] 364 680 910, hereinafter referred to as the "Company".
  2. The Running Body shall:
    a) provide the School with the Statutes,
    b) appoint the Principal,
    c) approve the budget of the School,
    d) resolve disputes between the Teachers' Board and the School Principal,
    e) prepare the Pupil Education Agreement in cooperation with the School Principal,
    f) makes decisions in terms of termination of Pupil Education Agreements.
  3. The teaching supervision over the PWN School shall be exercised by the Mazowiecki Superintendent of Schools in Warsaw.

§ 3

  1. The rules of grading, classifying and promoting pupils shall apply at School that are provided for in the regulations applicable to public school.
  2. The School shall employ teachers with the qualifications specified for teachers of public schools in the Regulation of the Minister of National Education on detailed qualifications required from teachers.
  3. Learning at School shall be paid. The level of payments shall be specified in the School Payment Regulations, which forms an appendix of the Pupil Education Agreement and shall be determined by the Running Body.
  4. The detailed rules of grading shall be described in the Internal School Grading Rules (ISGR) forming Appendix 1 to these Statutes.

§ 4

  1. The School shall use official seals under separate regulations.
  2. The School shall keep and store records under separate regulations.

Chapter II
OBJECTIVES AND TASKS OF SCHOOL
§ 5

  1. The paramount idea of the School shall be the good of its pupils.
  2. The main objective of the School shall be the intellectual and psychophysical development of pupils by way of showing them the world of scientific and cultural knowledge and the arts, pupils' acquiring of the skill to use their knowledge freely, developing their individual interests and talents and preparing them for independent choice of further education and active participation in social life.
  3. The teaching, upbringing and caring activity of the School and the activity of its bodies and organisations operating in its area shall be governed by the rules of teaching and the methodology of teaching as well as the provisions of the law, the Constitution of the Republic of Poland and the ideas provided for in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the UN Declaration of Child Rights and the Convention on the Rights of the Child.

§ 6

  1. At the parents' request, the School shall organise religious education classes and/or ethics classes on the terms arising from the regulations issued under the Education Law of 14 December 2016 and the Education System Act of 7 September 1991, including the modifications arising from the provisions specified below.

Chapter III
SCHOOL BODIES AND THEIR TASKS
§ 7

  1. The PWN School Bodies shall be the following:
    a) the Principal,
    b) the Teachers' Board,
    c) the Parents' Board,
    d) the Pupils' Board.
  2. The Teachers' Board, the Parents' Board and the Pupils' Board shall adopt the regulations of their activity, which cannot be contrary to the provisions of the law and these Statutes.

§ 8

  1. The Principal shall direct the activity of the PWN School and shall represent it outside under separate powers of attorney granted by the Running Body.
  2. The Headmaster's duties shall include, but not be limited to, the following:
    a) providing safety to the pupils and the teachers during the classes organised by the School,
    b) leading the current teaching, upbringing and caring activity of the School,
    c) exercising the teaching supervision,
    d) exercising care for the pupils and creating conditions for harmonious psychophysical development by health promoting activities,
    e) controlling the maintenance of mandatory records of the teaching, upbringing and caring process of the School,
    f) performing other duties arising from the effective regulations.
  3. In addition, the Principal:
    a) shall be responsible for proper preparation and storage of the documentation of the School and for protecting its property,
    b) shall implement the resolutions of the bodies of the School adopted according to their competence,
    c) shall develop the organisation of the School,
    d) shall approve the weekly class schedule,
    e) can remove a pupil from the School by way of an administrative decision. A decision to remove a pupil from the School must be preceded by a resolution of the Teachers' Board and a termination of the Pupil Education Agreement,
    f) shall be notified of and can participate in all parents' and teachers' meetings organised in the area of the School,
    g) shall terminate the Pupil Education Agreement concluded with a student's parents (legal guardians) in cases specified in the Statutes of the School, having consulted the Running Body.

§ 9

  1. The position of deputy headmaster can be created at the School according to separate procedures.
  2. The School Principal shall appoint the deputy headmaster and determine their duties.

§ 10

  1. The Teachers' Board shall be a collective body of the School performing statutes-based tasks concerning the education, teaching and care of the pupils.
  2. The Teachers' Board shall be composed of the following persons: the School Principal and all teaching workers of the School.
  3. The Teachers' Board shall be chaired by the School Principal or a teacher appointed by them.
  4. The meetings of the Teachers' Board shall be organised at least 4 times in one school year.
  5. The meetings of the Teachers' Board can be attended by the persons that have been invited by the chairperson of the Board or at the request of 1/2 of all members of the Teachers' Board.
  6. The work terms of the Teachers' Board shall be specified in the regulations of its activity, which are specified in §7(2).
  7. The competences of the Teachers' Board shall be the following:
    a) approving work plans of the School,
    b) adopting resolutions on the results of classification and promotion of the pupils,
    c) adopting resolutions on teaching experiments at School after the Parents' Board give their opinion on such projects,
    d) adopting resolutions on removing pupils from the School,
    e) taking disciplinary action towards pupils,
    f) developing and approving the Internal School Grading Rules, the Education Programme and the Prevention Programme as well as the regulations and procedures in effect at School,
    g) approving detailed criteria of pupil behaviour evaluation,
    h) determining how to use the results of the teaching supervision exercised over the School to refine the operation of the School.
  8. The Teachers' Board shall give opinions on the following topics:
    a) work organisation of the School, including the weekly schedule of classes and extra classes,
    b) work plan of the School for the given school year,
    c) school set of curricula,
    d) the Headmaster's requests for awarding teachers decorations, prizes and other distinctions by external authorities.
  9. Opinions and resolutions of the Teachers' Board shall be made and adopted by the majority of votes, in the presence of at least a half of all members of the Body.
  10. To adopt a resolution on removal of a pupil from the School, 2/3 of the full composition of the Teachers' Board's votes must be in favour of such a decision.
  11. The Teachers' Board shall have the right to present their own evaluations and opinions in all matters related to the performance of the statutory objectives of the School.
  12. Minutes shall be taken in meetings of the Teachers' Board and shall be signed by the minutes clerk and the chairperson of the Board.
  13. The members of the Teachers' Board and the meeting participants shall keep the confidentiality of the matters discussed at a given meeting of the Board, which matters may violate the personal good of the pupils, their parents or legal guardians as well as the teachers and other employees of the School.
  14. The Principal shall abstain from executing resolutions of the Teachers' Board which do not comply with the provisions of law or the Statutes of the School and shall notify the Running Body about it.
  15. At least once a year, the Teachers' Board shall analyse the Headmaster's requests arising from the teaching supervision and the information about the activity of the School so as to improve the work quality of the School.

§ 11

  1. The School can have the Parents' Board, which shall represent all parents of the pupils and shall be empowered to give advice and opinions.
  2. The Parents' Board shall include the representatives of the parents of the children from all class sections.
  3. The Parents' Board shall act under its own regulations, which shall be subject to approval by the School Principal.
  4. The Parents' Board shall help the Principal and the teachers to fulfil the teaching, upbringing and caring programme of the School.

§ 12

  1. The School can have the Students' Board representing the community of the pupils.
  2. The Students' Board shall act under its own regulations, which shall be subject to approval by the School Principal. The regulations must be compliant with the provisions of these Statutes.
  3. The care of the organisation and activity of the Students' Board shall be taken by the teacher appointed by the School Principal. The pupils can propose to the Principal the teacher chosen by them as the candidate for that role.

§ 13

  1. Disputes between the bodies of the School shall be resolved by the School Principal.
  2. Disputes between the School Principal and the other bodies shall be resolved by the Running Body.
  3. Requests concerning the operation of the School or complaints of the pupils or their parents concerning conflicts that were not resolved as an internal matter of a given class section shall be reported to the homeroom teacher and/or the representatives of a given class section sitting on the Parents' Board and, by their agency, shall be presented to the School Principal.
  4. A school psychologist/pedagogue can mediate in each and every conflict emerging in the area of the School.

Chapter IV
ORGANISATION OF SCHOOL WORK
§ 14

  1. The Scholl shall apply the rules of school year organisation effective in the public education system.
  2. A detailed teaching, educating and caring organisation in a given school year shall be determined by the organisation charter of the School prepared by the Principal on the basis of school curricula.

§ 15

  1. The organisational structure of the School shall cover grades from one to eight.
  2. The School can act with a grade structure that is not full.
  3. The basic organisational unit of the Scholl shall be a class section which shall include 18 pupils as the maximum.
  4. Upon the consent of the parents of the children attending a given class section, the maximum number of 18 pupils can be increased.

§ 16

  1. At School, bilingual class sections can be created, where the pupils shall be taught in the Polish language and the English language being the second teaching language.
  2. The School shall organise compulsory classes, special interest clubs and extra-curricular activities.
  3. The organisation of permanent compulsory and non-compulsory classes and extra classes shall be determined by the weekly class schedule.
  4. The weekly class schedule shall be developed by the School Principal or a person appointed by them, taking into account the occupational health and safety regulations and the need for teaching experiments and innovations introduced at School.
  5. Starting from grade four, the second foreign language shall be a compulsory subject. The language classes offered shall be adapted to the organisational capacity of the School.

§ 17

  1. The basic work form of the School shall be a system based on classrooms and classes.
  2. One class shall take 45 minutes. It shall be allowed to conduct education classes taking from 30 to 60 minutes while keeping the general weekly class duration as determined in the weekly class schedule.

§ 18

At School, an electronic class register shall be kept that records the course and results of teaching, upbringing and caring activity.

§ 19

  1. The children attending the School shall be covered by psychological and pedagogical care in its area.
  2. For pupils having difficulty learning, compensatory and corrective classes and teacher consultations shall be organised on an as-needed basis. The organisation of such classes shall be proposed by the school psychologist or pedagogue upon consultation with homeroom teachers and shall be approved by the School Principal.
  3. The said classes shall be organised as part of available budget means or against additional payment.

§ 20

  1. The School shall allow the pupils to eat school dinners.
  2. The meals shall be paid additionally.

§ 21

During specialised non-compulsory classes, sport events etc., apart from the teachers of the School, the pupils shall be taken care of by external instructors with whom contracts for conducting such classes have been concluded.

§ 22

  1. In order to ensure that the pupils are safe in the area of the School, supervision duties shall be fulfilled by the teachers. The supervision duty schedule shall be prepared by the School Principal or the teacher appointed by the Principal.
  2. The rules of supervision duty shall be determined by the School Principal.
  3. The teachers shall organise classes outside the School and trips according to the effective trip regulations.

Chapter V
SCOPE OF RIGHTS AND DUTIES OF TEACHERS
AND OTHER SCHOOL WORKERS
§ 23

  1. The rights and duties of the employees of the School shall be specified by the provisions of proper acts, the Statutes and internal regulations of the School.
  2. The teachers shall have the right to:
    a) co-create the image of the School actively;
    b) obtain an opinion on their own work from the Principal;
    c) give opinions on the selection of the handbooks and teaching materials;
    d) assess the pupils according to their progress and conduct, taking into account the internal school grading rules;
    e) receive prizes.
  3. The teacher shall perform the tasks arising from the work schedule.
  4. In particular, the teacher shall:
    a) fulfil the basic functions of the School, i.e. teaching, upbringing and care;
    b) be responsible for performance of the basic curriculum in the subject they instruct;
    c) be responsible for the quality and results of their work;
    d) systematically evaluate the work of the pupils in an objective and fair manner;
    e) help the pupils to develop their talents and interests, including but not limited to helping the pupils to prepare for contests, tournaments or competitions;
    f) keep school records according to the effective rules on a systematic basis;
    g) implement recommendations resulting from visitations and inspections;
    h) participate in the work of the Teachers' Board, executing its decisions and resolutions;
    i) be responsible for the safety and health of the pupils they are taking care of;
    j) care for the pupils during the additional and extracurricular classes, out-of-School classes and classes outside of the area of the School, during trips, cultural events, recreation classes, sport classes and competitions which they have contracted to run;
    k) participate in the work of teams or commissions of the Teachers' Board;
    l) cooperate with the pupils' parents; m) prepare and participate in educational trips and school events;
    n) take care of the workshop, the aesthetics of rooms and of the school equipment they are taking care of;
    o) systematically improve their professional skills by participating in vocational improvement forms at School and outside of the School;
    p) perform other tasks or activities defined by the School Principal.

§ 24

  1. The School Principal shall subject each class section to special teaching and upbringing care of one of the teachers of a given class section, hereinafter referred to as the homeroom teacher.
  2. The School Principal can additionally entrust a class section to special teaching and upbringing care of another teacher, hereinafter referred to as the additional homeroom teacher.
  3. The homeroom teacher and the additional homeroom teacher shall create conditions supporting versatile development of each pupil, they shall be the animators of the collective life of the pupils, their confidants and mediators in resolving any disputes.
  4. In particular, the homeroom teacher and additional homeroom teacher shall:
    a) take care of each and every of their pupils;
    b) plan and organise various forms of class section events, topics of upbringing classes and class section trips along with the pupils and their parents;
    c) cooperate with the teachers instructing their class section, consult them in terms of upbringing actions towards all pupils and towards the pupils warranting individual care and coordinate their actions;
    d) cooperate with parents/legal guardians of the pupils to properly and deeply learn about the intellectual and upbringing needs of the pupils, leading to delineate the optimal system of methods for acting towards the pupil;
    e) inform the parents/legal guardians about threats in the learning or upbringing process to take joint teaching and upbringing activities by the School and the parents;
    f) cooperate with the psychologist and the pedagogue;
    g) help to organise the cultural life of the class section and participate in it;
    h) keep systematic teaching and upbringing records as set forth by specific regulations;
    i) systematically evaluate the upbringing situation in the class section, hand report on progress of the class section at meetings of the Teachers' Board;
    j) be responsible for the aesthetics of the classroom entrusted to them.
  5. The homeroom teacher and the additional homeroom teacher shall have the right to use subject-matter assistance of the management of the School, the Teachers' Board, the psychologist and a public or non-public psychological counselling centre.

§ 25

  1. The teachers conducting classes with pupils in a given class section of the School shall form a team of teachers, the tasks of which shall include, but not be limited to, the following:
    a) developing curricula of subjects taking into account the content of educational paths and annual curricula according to the school curriculum accepted at the School;
    b) upbringing taking into account the universal rules of ethics and freedom of worldview and religion;
    c) periodical evaluation of development of the pupils' skills and fulfilment of educational objectives;
    d) cooperation with parents/legal guardians to achieve better integration between the teaching and upbringing methods of the School and of the parents/legal guardians.
  2. The teachers shall form upbringing and subject-related teams or other problem-solving and task teams if there is such need. The work of such a team shall be led by the chairperson appointed by the Principal at the team's request.

§26

  1. A psychologist or a pedagogue shall be employed at School.
  2. Their duties shall include the following:
    a) taking with the pupils individually;
    b) talking and counselling the parents;
    c) examining the pupils in the area of the School;
    d) referring the pupils to specialised counselling centres and cooperating with those centres;
    e) referring the pupils to corrective and compensatory classes;
    f) conducting workshops in class groups;
    g) keeping psychological and pedagogical records;
    h) establishing cooperation with organisations and foundations supporting education and prevention activity of the School.

§ 27

  1. To plan and coordinate psychological and pedagogical support for the pupils of the School, the Principal shall appoint the Psychological and Pedagogical Support Team (PPS Team) and shall appoint its coordinator.
  2. The PPS Team can be composed of teachers, class teachers, a pedagogue, a psychologist and other specialists.
  3. The tasks of the PPS Team shall include the following:
    a) determining the scope in which a pupil requires psychological and pedagogical support;
    b) determining the recommended forms, methods and periods of psychological and pedagogical support for the pupil;
    c) planning activities in the area of educational counselling.
  4. Meetings of the PPS Team can also be attended by:
    a) the parents/legal guardians;
    b) at the Headmaster's request – specialists from specialised counselling centres, including a psychological and pedagogical counselling centre;
    c) at the parent's/legal guardian's request – other people, including but not limited to a doctor, a psychologist, a pedagogue, a speech therapist or another specialist.

§ 28

  1. Administrative and service employees shall be employed at the School.
  2. The duties of the administrative and service employees shall be as follows:
    a) care for the health and safety of the pupils;
    b) care for the property of the School;
    c) knowledge of occupational health and safety and observance of these regulations in the area of the School;
    d) reaction to situations of improper conduct of the pupils, destruction of property, tobacco smoking etc., i.e. notification of the homeroom teacher or the School Principal;
    e) tact and personal culture in contact with the pupils, particularly in conflicts;
    f) maintenance in cleanliness and order of rooms entrusted to them and the equipment and devices within according to the hygienic requirements;
    g) responsibility for the safety of the building, the entire school equipment and installation devices;
    h) observance of manuals if any works with mechanical devices is performed;
    i) care for the good name of the School.
  3. The administrative and service employees shall have the right to:
    c) co-create the image of the School by taking action aiming to ensure safe and hygienic work conditions;
    b) obtain an opinion on their own work from the Principal;
    c) receive prizes.

§ 29

The rules of professional ethics, the rules of remuneration and the detailed rights and duties of the teachers and other employees of the School shall be specified by internal procedures of the facility.

Chapter VI
TERMS OF STUDENT RECRUITMENT
§ 30

  1. A pupil can be accepted at the School provided their parents/legal guardians fully accept the teaching and organisational concept of the School and these Statutes.
  2. The child shall be accepted by the School if the following prerequisites have been met:
    a) conclusion of a Pupil Education Agreement between the parents and the School,
    b) provision of a copy of a psychological and pedagogical opinion on the child or signature of a statement that the child does not have such an opinion,
    c) signature of proper statements in terms of the performance of the Pupil Education Agreement,
    d) payment of charges and fees according to the payment regulations effective at the School.
  3. The School reserves the right to refuse to accept a given pupil if it is not able to fulfil the conditions necessary to conduct the teaching and upbringing process in the case of that pupil.
  4. The terms of recruitment to the Bilingual PWN Elementary School shall be determined by the School Principal in a separate document.
  5. The terms of recruitment and the schedule of recruitment for the next annual year shall be announced on the website of the School by the end of September of each school year.

Chapter VII
STUDENTS' RIGHTS AND DUTIES
§ 31

  1. The pupil shall have the right to:
    a) learn in conditions involving respect for their personal dignity and freedom of worldview and religion;
    b) freely express their thoughts and beliefs if it does not violate the personal rights of others;
    c) participate in the education process organised according to the mental work hygiene;
    d) be given upbringing care, safety and protection against any forms of physical or mental abuse;
    e) be given group or individual assistance if they have learning problems;
    f) be treated fairly and subjectively in the teaching and upbringing process;
    g) be assessed fairly and clearly in terms of their skills and conduct;
    h) use the support of the psychologist organised by the School;
    i) properly represent the School using their skills and interests;
    j) use the rooms and devices of the School as well as the equipment, teaching materials, the book collection and the IT lab during extracurricular classes on the terms specified by the Principal.
  2. The pupil shall:
    a) observe the provisions of the Statutes;
    b) participate in compulsory classes and extra classes and in the life of the School on a timely, systematic and active manner;
    c) refer to the teachers, the employees of the School and others with respect;
    d) take care of the common good, the property of the School, their own property, the property of others and the order;
    e) adhere to the ban of mobile phones and other electronic devices during class unless the teacher requests and consents to it;
    f) observe the rules of social life;
    g) take care of neat appearance;
    h) represent the School properly;
    i) observe the rules concerning the protection of health the safety of other pupils and the employees of the School.

§ 32

  1. Special achievements in education, conduct, scientific teams, artistic teams, sports and social work shall be prized.
  2. The prizes shall be given by the Principal personally or along with the Teachers' Board.
  3. A prizing request can be submitted by:
    a) the Principal;
    b) the homeroom teacher;
    c) a subject teacher;
    d) the Pupils' Board.
  4. The Principal shall grant prizes:
    a) written distinction of a pupil, a class section or a team and public announcement of such distinction at School;
    b) praise letters to parents (legal guardians);
    c) co-financing projects of a group of pupils;
    d) other form of distinction passed by the Teachers' Board.

§ 33

  1. For failure to observe the Statutes, improper conduct or disregard for learning or other school duties, the pupil can be punished by way of:
    a) an admonition given by the homeroom teacher or the additional homeroom teacher;
    b) a reprimand given by the homeroom teacher or the additional homeroom teacher;
    c) a talk with the School Principal;
    d) a reprimand given by the Principal with entry in the pedagogical and psychological observation file and notification of the parents;
    e) a signature of an upbringing contract between the pupil, the homeroom teacher and one of the parents;
    f) the removal from the School.
  2. The pupil shall be removed from the School as a result of them failing to observe the provisions specified in the upbringing contract after the pupil and their parents are warned in writing twice and after the available methods of upbringing impact have been exhausted.
  3. Moreover, the pupil shall be removed from the School in the following cases:
    a) the student's conduct is evaluated as inappropriate for two consecutive semesters;
    b) lack of cooperation with the School on the part of the parents of the child showing upbringing difficulties and the child with special educational needs, which makes working with the child difficult and prevents obtaining specialists' opinion and receiving support from them;
    c) failure of the parents/legal guardians to fulfil the duties under the Pupil Education Agreement.
  4. The removal of the pupil from the School can be commenced on an urgent basis in the following cases:
    a) grave violation of the Statutes and/or the Regulations of the School by the pupil;
    b) conscious endangerment of their own life and health or the life and health of others;
    c) use of physical or mental abuse or violation of the reputation of others, also by means of IT and communication technologies;
    d) offensive, immoral or aggressive behaviour towards the teachers, the employees of the School or other pupils;
    e) remaining in the area of the School under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
  5. The decision on the removal of the pupil from the School shall be made by the School Principal after the Teachers' Board adopts a respective resolution by 2/3 of the full composition voting in favour.
  6. The student's parents/legal guardians shall be notified of the commencement of the procedure for removal of the pupil from the School in writing. The decision shall be served in person or by registered mail with confirmation of receipt.
  7. The pupil and their parents/legal guardians shall have the right to read the records in the case.
  8. The student's parents/legal guardians shall have the right to appeal against the decision before the Mazowiecki Superintendent of Schools on the terms provided for in the Code of Administrative Procedure.
  9. The Running Body of the Scholl shall record information about the decision on the removal of the pupil from the School in the pupil grade sheet.
  10. The School Principal shall notify the district school of the pupil that they ceased to fulfil their schooling obligation at Bilingual PWN Elementary School in Warsaw.

§ 34

  1. In the first month of the school year, on a meeting of all pupils, the pupils of the School can elect the Pupil Ombudsman out of the teachers of the School by secret voting.
  2. The pupil can entrust a case to the Ombudsman and let them represent the pupil as regards conflicts or examination of a penalty at meetings of the Teachers' Board.

Chapter VII
RIGHTS AND DUTIES OF PARENTS/LEGAL GUARDIANS
§ 35

  1. The parents/legal guardians shall cooperate with the teachers in the scope of upbringing, prevention and education of their children.
  2. The basic duties of the parents/legal guardians shall be the following:
    a) providing their child with the conditions allowing the child to prepare for school classes;
    b) ensuring that the child attends school classes on a regular basis and on time;
    c) using the online class register frequently and participating in the meetings and open days organised by the School;
    d) teaching own children respect for the teachers and all employees of the School; in particular, it shall be inadmissible to offend the personal dignity of the teachers and other employees;
    e) not letting the child go to school if they have symptoms of disease;
    f) immediately notifying the homeroom teacher of the causes of the child's absence from the School;
    g) observing the effective Statutes and the organisational and order-keeping messages announced at School;
    h) paying the tuition and other charges connected with the student's education on a regular basis and on time;
    i) cooperating with the teachers in terms of upbringing and prevention;
    j) collecting the child after classes at School are finished personally, having the child collected by a person authorised by them or granting a written consent for the child to come home after class on their own;
    k) taking care of the aesthetic appearance and personal hygiene of their child;
    l) supporting the School and the homeroom teacher in organising the life of the School and the class section.
  3. One of the parents/legal guardians shall explain the student's absence within 7 days from the return of the pupil to the School, by submitting a proper excuse note. If absence exceeds two weeks, the pupil shall be excused with a medical certificate.
  4. The student's absence exceeding 3 days that does not result from health problems shall be consulted with the homeroom teacher beforehand. Absence taking longer than 10 days shall require a consent of the School Principal.

Chapter VIII
FINANCING TERMS
§ 36

  1. The activity of the School shall be financed by the Running Body from the tuition paid by the parents and the obtained subsidies.
  2. The financial means allocated to the financing of the activity of the Scholl in the school year shall be at the disposal of the Management Board of the Company.
  3. The Management Board can authorise the Principal to dispose of the financial means allocated to the activity of the School to the extent specified by a resolution of the Management Board.
  4. The parents/legal guardians shall make payments for the School on time, within the time limits prescribed in the Pupil Education Agreement.

Chapter IX
FINAL PROVISIONS
§ 37

The Statutes of the School shall apply equally to all members of the school community.

§ 38

The Statutes of the School can be amended by a resolution of the Management Board of the School.

§ 39

The Statutes shall enter into force upon announcement.