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Eastridge Simplified Guide to the Most Important School Rules

Once the child is enrolled at Eastridge Christian School he/she is expected to dress, behave and do everything possible to ensure that the school’s name /reputation in enhanced and maintained. Be a credit to the Eastridge family.

1. Dress Code: – Full school uniform is compulsory at all times. Dress neatly and conservatively at all times. Girls’ hair to be neat and tidy, no weaves. Braids must be shoulder length and tied. Boys should have short hair at all times (combed), no styles. Blazer is compulsory from Grade 7 – 12 learners all year round. NO JEWELLERY OF ANY KIND FOR BOYS AND GIRLS, NO COSMETICS FACIAL OR CUTEX.

2. Violence/Assault/dangerous games/bullying/dangerous weapons: – Initiation of any kind, at any level, is strictly prohibited. Any force of violence will be treated as a level 4 offense.

3. Permission to leave the school early, for any reason: – No person except the Principal will give a learner permission to leave the premises early. The school will not take any responsibility if anything happens to the child.

4. Smoking/Drugs/Substance Abuse/Alcohol: – Any learner found with cigarettes/dagga etc in his or her possession will be deemed to be a user. The learner may not smoke any substance at any time, anywhere on their way to or from school or at any activity organized by the school whether in uniform or out of uniform. Remember, your body is the temple of God.

5. Vandalism/Theft or unauthorized “borrowings”: - Any learner found inscribing his/her name or other smut on the walls or trees will be severely dealt with. Vandalism will not be tolerated. Any “borrowing” not sanctioned by any educator or learner will be viewed as theft.

We believe we are a family at Eastridge Christian School. We wish to inculcate family values in our learners.

MORE INFORMATION WILL BE PROVIDED IN THE SCHOOL DIARY.

 

" CHASTEN THY SON WHILE THERE IS HOPE, AND LET NOT THY SOUL SPARE FOR HIS CRYING. "

Proverbs 19:18