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1. School History
2. What does the school consist of?
3. ABC Primary/Nursary School - Code of conduct
4. Our Vision
5. Code of Conduct for Educators

1. SCHOOL HISTORY


ABC Nursary / Primary school has been established and registered Since 1993 with the following deprtments
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GED - Gauteng Education Department - Registration Nr. 400187
  - Social and Health Department
  - Fire Department
  - Unemployment Insurance Fund
  - Workmen's Compensation Fund
  - Tshwane Metropolitan Regional Services and other smaller departments concerned. Original documents are available for your inspection at the office
 
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2. THE SCHOOL CONSISTS OF THE FOLLOWING:

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A fully baby and toddler section
  - A junior and senior department
  - Grade R - Receptive year
  - A foundation phase from Gr. 1 untill Gr. 7
 
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3. ABC PRIMARY/NURSARY SCHOOL - CODE OF CONDUCT

ABC PRIMARY/NURSARY SCHOOL - CODE OF CONDUCT
I GIVE GOD THE PLACE OF HONOUR IN MY LIFE

I SERVE MY PARENTS AND MY SCHOOL

I STRIVE TO BE FRIENDLY AND HELPFUL

I OBEY AND RESPECT MY PARENTS AND TEACHERS

I BEHAVE COURTEOUS TOWARDS ALL TEACHERS AND CLASS MATES

MY WORD IS MY HONOUR

I STRIVE TO KEEP MYSELF AND MY SCHOOL NEAT

I STRIVE TO BE HONEST, SINCERE AND FAITHFULL

I UNDERTAKE TO KEEP UP THE NAME OF MY SCHOOL

I ASK GOD TO HELP ME TO UPHOLD THIS CODE OF HONOUR
 
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4. OUR VISION

To promote quality education for all so that all children could develop and participate as equal members of society.

To provide maps for the students through education to find their way in an overwhelming ever changing world, that is based on the following four pillars of knowledge.

1. The pleasure to understand and to know
  He pleasure to understand, and to know is to help children to understand their enviroment, to be able to communicate and to develop "surviving skills" translated as occupational skills and to be able to intergrate successfully into society and ultimately the world.

2. The know how of education
  Learning to do, is to teach children to put what they know into practice. It's the process of changing learning as simple transmission to required intellectual and mental skills.

3. Learning to be
  Learning to be is to give children the freedom of thought, judgement and imagination to develop their talents and enable them to develop independent, critical thinking and to form their own judgement.

4. Learning to live together
  To teach diversity of the human race and an awareness of the similarities between and the interdependence of all. Young people should be taught to adopt the point of view of other ethnic or religious groups so that the lack of understanding that leads to hatred and violence can be avoided.

Ecountering others through dialogue and debate is one of the tools needed by twenty-first centaury education.
 
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5. CODE OF CONDUCT FOR EDUCATORS

1. Respect the dignity, religion and rights of learners and their right to privacy and responsibility
   
2. Acknowledge the individuality and needs of each learner and motivate them to develop to their full potential
   
3. Tries his/hers best to teach learners the declarations of Rights in the Constitution
   
4. Authoritave but compassionate; strict but friendly
   
5. Will never humiliate learners or have sexual relationships with them
   
6. Will never harass or molest learners sexually
   
7. Use respectful language and behaviour and act in such a way so that they gain the respect of the learners
   
8. Never uses his/her position for financial, political or personal gain
   
9. To acknowledge and promote healthy relationships with parents
   
10. To keep parents informed
 
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