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We believe in positive discipline measures that involve clear expectations with firm and fair consequences which are guided by our Gospel values..  

We believe parental support is essential in keeping our school a positive and safe environment.

We believe discipline is a process developed through training and education that guides the student's behaviour, school, classroom and procedures.  Discipline is not punishment.

We believe this set of skills allows for effective learning.   Discipline enhances self-knowledge, self-esteem and self-confidence.  It also promotes the development of integrity, accountability, personal ethics and self-management.  Discipline policies are dynamic and flexible.

This code of conduct is intended to assist students, staff and parents/guardians in establishing appropriate expectations for personal and social conduct. This can only happen if all individuals accept personal responsibility for their attitudes and actions.

St. Luke School believes that all students have the right to a safe, caring and respectful school environment.  Students also have the responsibility, by their actions, to ensure that everyone is in a safe, caring and respectful learning environment.