The administration will provide leadership by:
- Demonstrating care and commitment to academic excellence and a safe, Islamically sound teaching and learning environment;
- Holding everyone under their authority accountable for their behaviour and actions;
- Communicating regularly and meaningfully with all members of the school community.
Teachers and school staff will maintain order in the school and are expected to hold everyone to the highest standards of Islamic conduct, specifically, conduct that is respectful, responsible and cooperative. As role models, staff will uphold these high standards when they:
- help students work to their full potential and develop their self-worth;
- communicate regularly and meaningfully with parents;
- maintain consistent standards of behaviour for all students;
- demonstrate respect for all students, staff and parents;
- prepare students to live as good Muslims.
Parents play an important role in the education of their children and have a responsibility to support the efforts of the school staff in maintaining a safe and respectful learning environment for all students. Parents fulfill this responsibility when they:
- show an active interest in their child's school work and progress;
- communicate regularly with the school;
- help their child be neatly dressed in the school uniform and be prepared for school;
- ensure that their child attends school regularly and on time;
- promptly report to the school their child's absence or late arrival;
- become familiar with the Code of Conduct and school rules;
- encourage and assist their child in following the rules of behaviour;
- assist school staff in dealing with disciplinary issues.
Parents must NOT bring their children to school if their kids are:
- Sick with fever/ high temperatures
- Throwing up or have diarrhea
- Have pink eye
- Have head lice
Students are to be treated with respect and dignity. In return, they must be respectful, responsible, and cooperative and demonstrate good Islamic behaviour at all times by:
- speaking, dressing and acting in an Islamically acceptable manner;
- respecting the sanctity of the environment (masjid/school);
- showing respect for themselves, for others and for those in authority;
- maintaining cleanliness of mind, body, clothing, school materials and surroundings;
- following established school and classroom rules and routines;
- treating personal and school property with care and respect;
- working and playing cooperatively and showing consideration for others;
- not bringing anything to school that may be obscene or compromise the safety of others.