The aims of our school rules are to make each person aware of the value of self-control and to develop a sense of responsibility for their own conduct and for the well being of others. Rules are established as guidelines for behaviour and should lead the student to be able to distinguish between freedom and license. Within a community, freedom can never mean complete liberty for the individual to do as they please, as they must be aware of the effect of any of their actions on others. Our behaviour management policy is based on a Charter of Rights and Responsibilities. This Charter applies to students, staff, & parents.