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Learner Code of Conduct

(Course Managers to ensure all learners sign)

If there are any breaches of the following, an alert will be created on ProMonitor

 

BE SAFE

To ensure my safety and the safety of those around me, I will:

 

  • Wear my ID badge whilst in College, with the lanyard and badge clearly visible.

  • Actively discourage bullying (including internet and text bullying) and inappropriate behaviour and report these things to a member of staff.

  • Follow health and safety procedures and use Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) in practical sessions.

  • Follow fire drill and lockdown instructions.

  • Take responsibility for my own property and ensure it is safely stored in class.

  • Never bring alcohol, drugs or weapons to College.

BE RESPECTFUL

I will show respect for others by:

 

  • Being positive about differences in gender, ability, culture, ethnicity, religion, belief, sexual identity, opinions and abilities.  This means I will not use sexist, racist, ageist, disablist or homophobic language, or make unwelcome remarks designed to hurt others.

  • Respect College and other people’s property.

BE RESPECTFUL TO THE ENVIRONMENT

I will care for my environment by:

 

  • Not creating litter, recycling whenever possible and reducing energy usage whenever possible.

  • Returning all trays dishes, cups and cutlery.  Our canteens are self-clearing areas.

  • Leaving classrooms tidy.

  • Not smoking or vaping in College, only in the designated outdoor area.

  • No spitting or swearing anywhere around the college.

BE READY TO LEARN

 

  • Attend all classes and be on time.

  • Let the College know as soon as possible if you are going to be late or absent.

  • Be ready and prepared for learning or work by bringing the right equipment to sessions.

  • Meet all deadlines for work and complete it to the very highest standard you can.

  • Ask for help if you need it and help others when you can.

  • Make sure all work is your own. Not to cheat or copy (plagiarise) other’s work.

  • Take off caps, hoodies or outdoor clothing in lessons.

  • Avoid eating or drinking in class (except water).

  • Switch off mobile phones/MP3 player etc. when in class and put them away unless you are requested to use them.

BE ACTIVE IN THE COLLEGE COMMUNITY

 

  • Act as a positive role model for the College.

  • Take part in cross College activities.

  • Tell us what you think! Share your ideas on how we can make the College even better.

This is not an exhaustive list – any behaviour deemed inappropriate will be dealt with by a member of staff.  Please ensure you respond to any reasonable request.

On signing the Learner Code of Conduct, you are making a commitment to adhere to the Colleges rules.  You have chosen Moulton College and we want you to be happy and succeed. Following the Learner Code will help make this happen.