INFORMATION FOR DISCIPLANARY MEASURES
GENERAL RULES EUROPEAN SCHOOLS
The purpose of disciplinary measures shall be to educate and train. The
Director shall ensure that the measures are coordinated and
A pupil who fails to observe the School rules and general rules on
communal life within the school shall be subject to disciplinary measures.
Serious breaches of discipline shall be immediately reported to the
Director and a written report provided to the director on the first working
day following the incident.
a) The list of disciplinary measures shall not imply that they can be
imposed only in the order given.
All disciplinary measures from detention onwards shall be entered in the pupil’s
personal file and kept for a maximum of 3 years.
In a serious case, involving a risk to safety or health within the School,
the Director may, as a precaution, return a pupil to the care of his/her
legal representatives pending the convening of the Discipline Council.
b) Disciplinary measures in the secondary cycle shall be as follows:
2. Extra work.
4. Warning and/or sanction by the Director.
5. Warning and or sanction by the Director on a recommendation from
the Discipline Council, with or without threat of exclusion.
6. Temporary exclusion from the School
- By the Director, for a maximum of three working days
- By the Director, on a recommendation from the Discipline Council, for a
maximum of 15 working days..
7. Expulsion from the School decided by the Director on a
recommendation from the Discipline Council.
A pupil’s expulsion does not automatically give him/her the right to enroll in another
c) Disciplinary measures in the primary cycle shall be of the same
nature, except that expulsion shall not be possible.
The pupil’s legal representatives shall be informed of all disciplinary measures, with
the exception of reprimands.
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