We want to be respectful to each other.WE use "please" and "thank you"
WE speak politely to each other and do not use swear words.
Teachers and students come to class ON TIME, which means I am in class by 8:25 at the latest.
I am responsible for my own materials and have everything completely ready for class.
I especially make sure I have a complete pencil case with sharpened pencils.
I do not cheat on assignments, tests and schoolwork because I do not want to cheat myself or others.
I want to learn something and also support my classmates in doing so.
We do not chew gum.We leave MP3s, radios, laser pointers, game boys, etc. at home.
Mobile phones are not allowed anywhere on campus.
The mobile phone is switched off in the school bag.
I let others speak! During lessons I do not have "private conversations".
I point and wait for my turn.I pay attention to acoustic signals and visual signals (e.g. gong, flags, etc.).
I carry out my class duties regularly and conscientiously.
I keep the place where I work clean.
I put used material back where I took it from.
Rubbish goes into the rubbish bin (waste separation!)
When I enter a class or the market place I behave accordingly (to the flags) and choose my volume so that I do not disturb anyone.
I greet my teachers and classmates and also other adults in the school building.I carry out requests from my teachers immediately and without discussion.If the teacher claps a rhythm - I am immediately quiet, I stop what I am doing and clap the rhythm again. I am ready to hear what he has to say.
I am ready to apologise honestly and help others when they need my help. I do not want to hurt other children in any way. Neither physically nor with words.Roughhousing, hitting, stealing or name-calling will not be tolerated at our school!
I wear my school uniform and make sure it is clean and looks neat (no torn trousers or patches).
I try to use the toilet only during break time.
If I have to use it during class time, I signal the teacher.After going to the toilet,
I wash my hands with soap.I throw towel paper in the wastepaper basket.
I make sure that the toilet stays clean.
WE are happy to have play and sports equipment at our school.
At the end of break, we all clean up together.
Scootering is only allowed during lunch break.
On the hard court, you can only play football or scootering.
The teacher decides.I always stay in the teacher's field of vision.
When it snows or rains,
I brush off my shoes in the entrance area.
Parking lot and street are not to be entered during the school day!
Gravel, stones bark mulch etc. stays in its place and is not spread in the garden.
Sticks may be used to build in our forest section.
I keep my cloakroom area clean and tidy (shoes and slippers in my locker, hang up jacket and gym bag, ...).
I pay attention when my teacher explains the rules of the excursionI try to remind my parents what I should bring for the excursion (e.g. snack, water bottle, sturdy shoes, rain jacket, ...).
Before setting off, all pupils line up in rows of two - please BE SILENT!
On the street - SAFETY IS IMPORTANT!
Therefore, we always walk in rows of two on the building side (not street side).
All students wait until the teacher has secured the street crossing.
On public transport - SAFETY IS IMPORTANT!I speak quietly because I don't want to disturb other passengers.
I pay particular attention when getting off and on.If I am still left alone on the tram or metro,
I ride to the next station, get off and WAIT until my teacher comes to get me.
I don't have to be afraid.
At the buffet, I queue when my table is called and wait my turn.
I take used dishes to the kitchen trolley, put cutlery and leftovers in the bins provided.
I leave my dining area clean (no rubbish or leftovers on the table or under my chair).
I use a mat (cloth) for my snack and sit while I eat.
I don't take sweets, crisps and other unhealthy things to school. Healthy food gives me energy and strength - and I want to have that for learning! JI like to run outdoors - I walk in the building.
My parents and my teachers work well together. They all help me so that I can learn well and are always there for me!
If my parents haven't phoned to say they'll be late for pick-up,