At Xavier we put learning first. We believe that all students have the right to learn and all teachers have the right to teach without interruption. Our learning is our priority.
We will have clearly articulated goals, expectations and norms which apply to the learning environment that is Xavier High School. You will find that certain spaces within Xavier will have specific requirements which will be discussed and made clear. All students and staff will respect those guidelines.
Should students choose not to meet the expectations set for them teachers will engage in a learning conversation and the following process will be followed: With an initial disruption – students will be spoken to regarding the need to re-direct to learning. Teachers will explain how the student needs to change to meet expectations.
With a second instance – students may need to be moved to another place in the classroom or given specific steps or activities to engage in so that the expectations are met.
If there is a third instance within the lesson, students will be removed from the classroom and sent to the office.
If a student is sent to the office, the students name will be recorded along with the time, teacher, class and reason. An email will be generated and sent to the Assistant Principal, KLA Coordinator and the House Coordinator.
The student will have a discussion with the KLA and will remain in the office for the remainder of the lesson.
Students will complete the reflection re-entry questions. The incident will be communicated to the Assistant Principal, House Coordinator, Homeroom Tutor and KLA= Coordinator for tracking.