Code of Conduct
At The Lyceum School, we expect our children to wear uniform at all times, and they are encouraged to take pride in it and their appearance, including when on educational visits out of school. All items of uniform should be labelled with the child’s name.
Jewellery is not necessary, except for sleepers or studs and an inexpensive watch and no make-up or nail varnish should be worn.
Toys should not be brought to school, unless requested as part of class work, or for ‘show and tell’.
Courtesy, courage and compassion are virtues we aim to inculcate in our children. They are expected to be well-behaved, polite and well-mannered, both in school, when on visits and wherever they are in school uniform.
We expect our children to work hard and to do their best, then do better than that.
As a non-denominational school promoting Christian values, we make our children aware of the ‘Golden Rule’ and to put others first and to do all they can to make a positive difference in the lives of others less fortunate than themselves.
Pupils are responsible, well mannered and tolerant, and work together in harmony, developing a sense of responsibility for others and the wider world. – ISI Oct 2014