School rules


1. General Provisions

1.1. This OIS Student Code is designed in accordance with the Law on Education and the Charter of the School.
1.2. This Code regulates the organization of the educational process, aims to ensure the safety of children during the educational process, maintaining discipline and order in the School, on its territory, as well as outside the school, when students and staff represent the School, for the successful implementation of the goals and objectives of the School, defined by its charter.
1.3. This code aims to create an environment that exists on the principles of mutual respect, cooperation, justice and security, where everyone is aware of their rights and obligations.
1.4. The Code defines the rights, duties and responsibilities of students, establishes requirements for behavior on the territory of the School and at third-party events in which the students of the School participate.
1.5. The provisions of the Code are valid on the entire campus, as well as outside the school, when students and staff represent the School at competitions, contests, tours, excursions, trips, field studies, practices and other events, on the way to and from the School and apply to all students of the School.
1.6. Students and staff of the School should be guided by the provisions of this Code in personal, written and electronic communication with others.
1.7. Rules created for a specific period or place must be followed along with this Code.
1.8. This Code is valid along with the rules of conduct for specialized rooms, namely: the rules of conduct in the gym, pool and outdoor sports grounds; scientific laboratories and laboratories of IT and robotics; in the dining room; in creative workshops; in classrooms; rules of conduct and safety formulated by the respective departments.
1.9. This Code is mandatory for all students of the School and their parents (legal representatives). Failure to comply with this Code may serve as the basis for administrative measures, including the expulsion of a student from the School. When a student is admitted to the School, the administration is obliged to familiarize him and his parents (legal representatives) with this Code.
2. The mode of the educational process

2.1. The School uses the traditional mode of organization of education, according to which the study periods and vacations are alternated as follows:

I quarter - 8 weeks, vacation - 1 week,

II quarter - 8 weeks, holidays - 1 week,

III quarter - 10 weeks, holidays - 1 week,

IV quarter - 8 weeks

Summer program - 2 weeks, holidays - 10 weeks.

2.2. The calendar schedule for each academic year is approved by order of the Director of the School.

2.3. In the 9th and 11th grades, the summer program is not provided, instead of it, students pass the state final certification.

2.4. Training sessions begin at 8.30 a.m. Registration for school starts at 8 o’clock.

2.5. For grades 1-4, a 5-day week is set, for 5-11 grades, a six-day school week is set.

2.6. The training schedule is compiled in accordance with the requirements of Gost.

2.7. The duration of the lesson in grades 1–11 is 40 minutes.

2.8. The duration of changes between lessons is:

after the 1st lesson - 10 minutes;

after the 2nd and 3rd lesson - 20 minutes;

after the 4th, 5th, 6th lesson - 10 minutes.

2.9. Students must arrive at the School no later than 8 hours 20 minutes. Being late for lessons is unacceptable.

2.10. Hot meals for students are carried out in accordance with the schedule approved for each academic period.
3. Rights and obligations of students

3.1. The discipline in the School is maintained on the basis of respect for human dignity. The use of physical and / or psychological violence against others is not allowed. Each student has the right to a fair and polite attitude on the part of all members of the school community and is obliged to answer the same, respect the opinions of others, and avoid comments and expressions offensive to others.

3.2. The student has the right to:

3.2.1. An environment that is not harmful to health and does not worsen well-being.

3.2.2. Freedom of conscience, information, expression of one’s own views and beliefs.

3.2.3. Protection from information, propaganda and agitation harmful to health, moral and spiritual development.

3.2.4. Obtaining knowledge and skills that correspond to the modern level of development of education, science and technology, technology and culture.

3.2.5. The choice of special courses, disciplines (modules) from the list offered by the School, in addition to receiving basic (secondary) general education.

3.2.6. Mastering, along with the compulsory subjects of the educational program, any other subjects and / or courses taught at the School.

3.2.7. A visit to your choice of events held at the School and not covered by the curriculum.

3.2.8. Participation in contests, olympiads, exhibitions, shows, sporting events and other public events, research, scientific, technical, experimental and innovative activities of the School.

3.2.9. Getting socio-pedagogical and psychological assistance.

3.2.10. Free use of library and information resources, medical infrastructure and sports facilities of the School.

3.2.11. Familiarization with the local acts (regulations, policies) of the School.

3.3. Students are required to:

3.3.1. Comply with the provisions of the Charter of the School, this Code, and other local acts.

3.3.2. Fulfill the legal requirements and orders of the administration, teachers, teachers, and security staff of the School.

3.3.3. Conscientiously master the educational program, including attending all the lessons stipulated by the curriculum / individual curriculum, special courses and other classes, qualitatively independently prepare for the lessons, and perform other tasks of teachers in the framework of the educational program.

3.3.4. To take care of maintaining and strengthening one’s health, strive for moral, spiritual and physical development and self-improvement.

3.3.5. Respect the honor and dignity of other students and employees of the School, do not create obstacles to the education of other students.

3.3.6. Take care of the property of the School.

3.3.7. All actions of students must comply with the standards of behavior accepted in society and contribute to the functioning of all departments of the School.

3.3.8. The actions of students should not endanger the remaining members of the school community and the public, nor harm the school and public equipment.

3.4. For non-fulfillment or violation of the requirements of the Charter of the School, this Code or other local acts of the School on the organization and implementation of educational activities, students may be subject to disciplinary measures in the manner prescribed by the Code and applicable law.
4. Principles of academic and social interaction at the School

4.1. The rules contained in this Code are based on the values of the School, which are formulated in the form of the following principles:

4.1.1. Focus on results.

Students and staff of the School are focused on the result, plan and achieve their goals, act persistently, reasonably, inventively and effectively. Students are hardworking, organized and demanding of themselves.

4.1.2. Culture and decency.

When making decisions and acting, students and other employees of the School follow the standards in force at the School, as well as the legal acts in force in Uzbekistan. Students act openly and honestly, admit their mistakes and are responsible for actions committed on their behalf, including written and electronic communications, and comply with moral, ethical and cultural standards. Together with the school community, students and staff of the School create the rules and culture of the School and act in accordance with them.

4.1.3. Dignity and self-esteem.

School students respect people with their individual characteristics and needs, their rights, freedom and choice, respect and protect their personality and self-esteem in themselves and in every person, and do not allow ridicule and insult towards other people. Learning Schools value sociocultural diversity, are open to interaction based on respect for each other, and comply with community norms and rules.

4.1.4. Active personality position.

School students are not indifferent to people and their needs, take the initiative, take an active life position, participate in affairs and events important to the school community, and engage in socially significant activities.

4.1.5 Mutual assistance and cooperation.

Students of the School are able to cooperate, appreciate the contribution of everyone to the common cause, work in a team, if necessary. Learning Schools support others in the pursuit of success, help in the event of difficulties, share responsibility for overall results, decisions and actions.

4.1.6. Self-expression and development.

Studying Schools constantly improve themselves, learn from others and their mistakes, do not rest on their laurels, reflect, give a critical assessment of their actions and those of others. Learning Schools are in search of creative solutions and new ideas, as well as ways to achieve them. Learning Schools are open, ready to try, change and take risks.

4.2. In the event of a situation, the rules of conduct in which are not prescribed by this document, students must act in accordance with the principles listed above.
5. Rules of Conduct and School Attendance Rules

5.8 Rules of behavior of students during the educational process

5.9. Students must arrive at each lesson on time.

5.10. Skipping lessons for no good reason is unacceptable and punishable. If students are required to skip classes due to a malaise or a pre-planned physical examination or event, they must notify the class teacher in advance or at the earliest possible time. Confirmation of the absence of a student for a good reason is:

- medical certificate;

- certificate from the military registration and enlistment office;

- statement of the student’s parents;

an order (order) for the School on the student’s participation in olympiads, scientific and practical conferences, competitions, sports competitions and other outdoor events of this kind.

5.11. Students should always behave calmly, judiciously; Do not run or scream at the School, including classrooms and laboratories, corridors, flights of stairs, toilets, a cafe and a canteen.

5.12. During the lessons, students should not be distracted and distract others, leave the classroom without the permission of the teacher. If a question arises, the student should raise his hand and wait for the teacher’s invitation.

5.13. The student is wearing a school uniform.

5.14. Meals are allowed only during breaks or lunch breaks, in the school cafeteria. Only water is allowed in the classroom.

5.15. The student must come to each lesson prepared, with the proper books, notebooks, equipment (laptop or calculator at the request of the teacher) and homework performed, in accordance with the teacher’s task.

5.16. Students can use mobile phones, smartphones or tablets as educational material, in which case the students are guided by the instructions of the teacher. Mobile phones (smartphones, tablets) can be used by students in grades 9-11, during the break and lunch break, the rest of the time the sound should be turned off.

5.17. Mobile phones are not allowed in classrooms where tests or examinations are held. In such cases, mobile phones should be left in personal lockers, or with the teacher conducting the work.

5.18. Students should not take photos and videos (even for educational purposes) without the permission of the participants.

5.19. If an ownerless (lost) property is discovered, it must be transferred to one of the School employees or to the “Place of Lost Things”.
5.20 Rules of conduct outside the school

5.20. The school respects the right of students to privacy outside the school if they act as private individuals. Moreover, all of them must remain faithful to the values and principles of the School.

5.21. The student may find himself outside the School during the educational process, as part of a school group, as well as in individual lessons accompanied by an adult employee of the School or accompanied by his parents (legal representatives), persons officially charged with escort.

5.22. While the student wears a uniform, insignia of the School, has notes on involvement in the school on social networks and other Internet resources, his behavior falls within the scope of this Code. Any violation of the Code outside the campus in this case has the same consequences as on the campus.

5.23. For educational purposes, outside the School, students can only be on the orders of the Director of the School. In this order, a team leader and an accompanying person (s) are assigned, who are responsible for the life, health and well-being of students. Any failure to comply with the requirements of the group leader or accompanying person in this case is considered an average or serious violation of school discipline.
6. Disciplinary violations and interventions

 6.1. К дисциплинарным нарушениям относятся:

- опоздание на занятие;

- пропуск занятий без уважительной причины;

- несоответствие внешнего вида дресс-коду, принятому в Школе;

- неоднократное и/или умышленное отсутствие подготовки к занятиям;

- неоднократное нарушение правил поведения во время учебного процесса;

- нарушение техники безопасности на специализированных объектах, в поездках и при занятиях спортом (в том числе экстремальными видами спорта);

- использование ненормативной лексики;

- публикация в социальных медиа имен, контактов и изображений учащихся и сотрудников школы без их предварительного разрешения;

- рукоприкладство;

- присваивание и/или сознательная порча имущества Школы, других обучающихся или сотрудников школы;

- хранение и использование любых форм азартных игр, в том числе электронных;

- любые проявления физического или психологического давления, оскорбляющие чувства и достоинство обучающихся или сотрудников школы (в том числе оскорбления, угрозы, клевета, вымогательство, агрессия, роспуск порочащих слухов, в том числе в сети Интернет).

Любой, кто считает, что поведение, слова или действия любого участника образовательного процесса оскорбляют его честь и достоинство, или который стал свидетелем дисциплинарного нарушения, должен немедленно проинформировать об этом классного руководителя, или завуча, или директора.

6.2. В случае, если поведение обучающегося противоречит настоящему Кодексу, принципам и ценностям Школы, администрация оставляет за собой право рассмотреть вопрос продолжения обучения конкретного обучающегося.

6.3. В случае присвоения чужого имущества либо ценностей школа оставляет за собой право принять решение от отстранения, возмещения ущерба и исключения из школы вплоть до обращения в правоохранительные органы

6.4. В отношении обучающегося, допустившего дисциплинарное нарушение, применяются следующие меры воздействия:

6.4.1. Предупреждение. Письменное сообщение нарушителю с письменным уведомлением родителей (законных представителей) о том, что в случае повторения нарушения требований Кодекса Школы он/она будет привлечен к более строгой дисциплинарной ответственности, вплоть до исключения из школы;

6.4.2. Отстранение. Письменное сообщение об отстранении от учебных занятий на определенный период времени (до трех дней). Отстранение может предусматривать не допуск в Школу  на определенный период времени. Данная мера в обязательном порядке применяется в случае драки, употребления спиртных напитков или курения на территории школы. Вопрос о дальнейшем обучении обучающегося, допустившего подобный проступок, рассматривается психолого-педагогической комиссией Школы.

6.4.3. Исключение из Школы. Обучающийся подлежит исключению из Школы за серьезное нарушение Кодекса, а именно умышленное действие, рассчитанное на причинение серьезного материального и нематериального ущерба Школе, ее сообществу или любому из ее членов. Процедура исключения из школы прописана в дополнительном соглашении.  Исключение с обременением подразумевает, что обучающийся будет исключен из Школы без возможности повторного поступления. Исключение с порицанием подразумевает, что имя обучающегося будет исключено из списка обучавшихся и/или списка выпускников Школы.

6.5. Меры воздействия перечислены по степени строгости. В зависимости от конкретной ситуации они могут применяться в сочетании друг с другом. Возможны случаи исключения из Школы без каких-либо предварительных мер воздействия, если администрация считает, что ситуация того требует.

6.6. Контроль за дисциплиной обучающихся осуществляют учителя во главе заместителя директора по учебной части, классных руководителей.

6.7. Директор Школы или любой из его заместителей поощряют соблюдение настоящего Кодекса и могут предписывать и разрешать применение других взысканий в соответствии со своей зоной ответственности и надлежащей практикой в области образования.

6.8. Принципы применения мер воздействия:

- применяемое воздействие должно быть соразмерно с совершенным нарушением;

- каждый обучающийся имеет право на справедливое и беспристрастное рассмотрение выявленного нарушения;

- любое взыскание может быть оспорено обучающимся, его родителями (законными представителями);

- какая бы мера воздействия ни была бы предпринята, её должен сопровождать разговор обучающегося с классным руководителем, или завучем, или директором.

6.9. О любом нарушении Кодекса классный руководитель обучающегося сообщает родителям (законным представителям) в недельный срок.

7. Rewarding and encouraging positive behavior.

7.1. All the teaching staff and other staff of the School set an example of appropriate behavior and strongly encourage students to appreciate and follow the standards of conduct adopted by the School, as specified in this Code. Encouragement is made informally, in the form of regular oral praise, the transmission of positive comments to the student’s parents and other teachers, or in writing as notes to the student’s work and / or written comments by the teacher.

7.2. Official rewarding of exemplary behavior is made at school meetings, assemblies and classrooms by the school principal or other staff. Students who constantly demonstrate exemplary implementation of the Code are publicly awarded with diplomas and prizes.
8. Regulation on the school uniform and appearance of the student

8.1. The introduction of a school uniform is carried out in accordance with the Convention on the Rights of the Child Art. 13-15, the Charter of the school, the regulations of the school and the code of students.

8.2. This Regulation is a local act of the school and is mandatory for students, parents and staff, (persons replacing them).

8.3. These Regulations establish the definition of the school uniform and establish the procedure for wearing it for students in grades 1-11.

8.4. The school uniform is introduced with the aim of:

- maintaining the school educational and business atmosphere;

- strengthening discipline and order;

- Strengthening the authority of the school in society;

- the development of moral qualities of the personality of the student, increasing his culture;

- the formation of a model of the graduate, demanded by modern society.

8.5. Monitoring compliance by students with uniforms is required to carry out all school staff related to administrative, pedagogical and educational support staff.

8.6. This Regulation shall enter into force on August 30, 2018.

9.1. Form approved by the school.

9.2. Students' everyday schoolwear includes:

1) for boys and youths - a blue jacket with the emblem (symbol) of the school and pants in a classic cut of gray shades or dark tones, a man's shirt (shirt) in white, dark shoes. Accessories - school tie, waist belt (optional);

2) for girls and girls - a blue jacket with the emblem (symbol) of the school, a classical skirt (fold), classic trousers in gray shades or dark tones; white dress shirt, dark classic flat shoes. Skirts above the knee are excluded.

9.3. Sports uniform.

Sports school uniform (with school logo) -

winter version of blue cotton pants and a blue cotton long-sleeved T-shirt with school symbols, athletic shoes;

summer option - dark blue shorts and a navy blue T-shirt with school symbols, sports shoes. Sports uniforms are brought with you on physical education lessons.

9.4. Appearance must comply with generally accepted standards in society.

9.5. The pedagogical staff of the school should set an example to their pupils, maintain a business style in their everyday clothes.

10.1. Students and parents have the right:

choose a school uniform in size in accordance with the basic requirements;

have several sets of school and sports uniforms.

10.2. Students are required to:

- to wear everyday school and sports uniforms daily. Sports uniforms on the days of physical education lessons must be brought with you.

- clothing must be clean, fresh, ironed;

- take care of the uniform of other students in the school.

10.3. Students are prohibited from wearing in an educational institution:

1) wearing any other clothes except school uniforms.

2) hats in the premises of an educational institution;

3) beach shoes, massive shoes on a thick platform, evening shoes and high-heeled shoes;

4) accessories, massive jewelry (beads, brooches, earrings, rings, belts with massive buckles) are not allowed to be worn to school.

11.1. Each parent is required to buy a school uniform at the school store, and each student is required to wear it

11.2. If the student came to school without a school uniform, at the request of the administrator on duty (teacher, class teacher), he must write an explanatory note. After that, a disciplinary sanction is applied to him: he is forbidden to walk during the day for a big break and for a walk after all the lessons. In case of repeated violation of the rules for wearing a school uniform, the disciplinary sanction is repeated for a longer period. Performance control is assigned to the class teacher and the head teacher of the school.

Parents are required to:

12.1 To be interested in the performance of their children.

12.2 Attend individual meetings with teachers, parent-teacher meetings.

12.3. Get a school uniform for your children.

12.4. Daily monitor the student’s appearance before leaving for school in accordance with the Regulation.

12.5. Monitor the state of the school uniform of your child.

The class teacher is required to:

13.1. Exercise daily monitoring of the wearing of students in their class uniforms before starting classes.

13.2. Timely (on the day of the fact), to inform parents of the fact that the student is not in school uniforms by personal conversation or by sending letters to the personal email address provided by the parents.

13.3. Act within their competence on the basis of job description.8.1. The introduction of a school uniform is carried out in accordance with the Convention on the Rights of the Child Art. 13-15, the Charter of the school, the regulations of the school and the code of students.

8.2. This Regulation is a local act of the school and is mandatory for students, parents and staff, (persons replacing them).

8.3. These Regulations establish the definition of the school uniform and establish the procedure for wearing it for students in grades 1-11.

8.4. The school uniform is introduced with the aim of:

- maintaining the school educational and business atmosphere;

- strengthening discipline and order;

- Strengthening the authority of the school in society;

- the development of moral qualities of the personality of the student, increasing his culture;

- the formation of a model of the graduate, demanded by modern society.

8.5. Monitoring compliance by students with uniforms is required to carry out all school staff related to administrative, pedagogical and educational support staff.

8.6. This Regulation shall enter into force on August 30, 2018.

9.1. Form approved by the school.

9.2. Students' everyday schoolwear includes:

1) for boys and youths - a blue jacket with the emblem (symbol) of the school and pants in a classic cut of gray shades or dark tones, a man's shirt (shirt) in white, dark shoes. Accessories - school tie, waist belt (optional);

2) for girls and girls - a blue jacket with the emblem (symbol) of the school, a classical skirt (fold), classic trousers in gray shades or dark tones; white dress shirt, dark classic flat shoes. Skirts above the knee are excluded.

9.3. Sports uniform.

Sports school uniform (with school logo) -

winter version of blue cotton pants and a blue cotton long-sleeved T-shirt with school symbols, athletic shoes;

summer option - dark blue shorts and a navy blue T-shirt with school symbols, sports shoes. Sports uniforms are brought with you on physical education lessons.

9.4. Appearance must comply with generally accepted standards in society.

9.5. The pedagogical staff of the school should set an example to their pupils, maintain a business style in their everyday clothes.

10.1. Students and parents have the right:

choose a school uniform in size in accordance with the basic requirements;

have several sets of school and sports uniforms.

10.2. Students are required to:

- to wear everyday school and sports uniforms daily. Sports uniforms on the days of physical education lessons must be brought with you.

- clothing must be clean, fresh, ironed;

- take care of the uniform of other students in the school.

10.3. Students are prohibited from wearing in an educational institution:

1) wearing any other clothes except school uniforms.

2) hats in the premises of an educational institution;

3) beach shoes, massive shoes on a thick platform, evening shoes and high-heeled shoes;

4) accessories, massive jewelry (beads, brooches, earrings, rings, belts with massive buckles) are not allowed to be worn to school.

11.1. Each parent is required to buy a school uniform at the school store, and each student is required to wear it

11.2. If the student came to school without a school uniform, at the request of the administrator on duty (teacher, class teacher), he must write an explanatory note. After that, a disciplinary sanction is applied to him: he is forbidden to walk during the day for a big break and for a walk after all the lessons. In case of repeated violation of the rules for wearing a school uniform, the disciplinary sanction is repeated for a longer period. Performance control is assigned to the class teacher and the head teacher of the school.

Parents are required to:

12.1 To be interested in the performance of their children.

12.2 Attend individual meetings with teachers, parent-teacher meetings.

12.3. Get a school uniform for your children.

12.4. Daily monitor the student’s appearance before leaving for school in accordance with the Regulation.

12.5. Monitor the state of the school uniform of your child.

The class teacher is required to:

13.1. Exercise daily monitoring of the wearing of students in their class uniforms before starting classes.

13.2. Timely (on the day of the fact), to inform parents of the fact that the student is not in school uniforms by personal conversation or by sending letters to the personal email address provided by the parents.

13.3. Act within their competence on the basis of job description.

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