- Rude is when someone unintentionally says or does something that hurts another person. These behaviours are often spontaneous and have occurred before the person was able to think about what they were doing. When a person is rude, it is not planned behaviour, and their intention is not to hurt another person.
- Being mean involves purposefully saying or doing something to hurt someone once or maybe twice. Mean behaviour is intended to harm another person and is often motivated by anger.
- Bullying is intentional aggressive behaviour that is repeated over again and involves an imbalance of power. People who bully others say or do things to hurt others intentionally and they keep doing it without feeling remorse for the other person. Despite telling the bully to stop, they may persist in their behaviour toward the bullied person.
Uniform Policy & Expectations
The school uniform is an important element in creating a safe and caring learning environment for our students, staff and visitors.