Internal rules

Internal rules

Preamble

The internal regulations of the Culture et Savoir establishment define the rights and obligations of students, teachers, parents and school staff. The internal regulations must be established and voted by the association's board of directors at the start of each school year.
ARTICLE I: REGISTRATION AND ADMISSION PROCEDURE
1 - Registration:
The internal regulations provide that a certificate of registration on the association's membership list is issued by the Director. A first registration is registered by the school principal on the basis of the following documents:
  • National identity card or family book or birth certificate
  • School insurance or civil liability certificate
  • Registration form duly completed.
Parents must provide their contact details (address, telephone, etc.) by completing the information sheets provided by the association. The child can then appear on the school's regulatory registers. De la même manière, il est inscrit dans l'application "Vie scolaire" https://www.culture-savoir.fr In the same way, it is registered in the application "School life" https://www.culture-savoir.fr This procedure of admission / radiation applies to all children whatever their social situation and their needs (migrants, traveling children, disabled people, etc.) No discrimination can be made for the admission of traveling or foreign children. In all cases, the child must be admitted to the school even if the registration procedures have not yet been validated. The teacher must transmit all the elements relating to the child's education to the legal officials who communicate for this purpose all useful and necessary information.
1-1 Registration fees and contributions
Registration fees are free. The monthly contributions are calculated according to the number of children to register belonging to the same family. The payment of contributions is made before the start of the school year. Payment by installments is possible after agreement of the treasurer.
A receipt will be given to you with each payment,
No reimbursement is made once the school year has started.
1-2 Special provisions in case of emergency:
Law n ° 2002-303 of March 4, 2002 relating to the rights of the sick and the quality of the health system. 1-2-1 The emergency form:
It is important that families fill in the headings of the emergency card concerning their contact details (care must be taken to indicate at least two telephone numbers) so that they can be notified immediately either themselves or any other person designated by them , in the event of an accident or medical evacuation of the pupil towards a care or hospital structure. The obligations of members of public education are limited to seeking a rapid connection of the pupil's parents with the health professionals of the reception structure so that the latter deliver medical information to them as soon as possible, and obtain their consent to medical acts and surgical interventions which prove necessary unless they have already been carried out in an emergency. The search for this connection results in the fact of telephoning the family that the student has been evacuated to a care or hospital structure. It must also lead to the delivery, to the emergency service responsible for the student's evacuation, of a copy of the emergency sheet in order to allow health professionals to contact the family directly from admission of the student to the structure concerned.
1-2-2 Transportation of students:
As regards more particularly the transport of students, in emergency situations and in accordance with the directives given in circular n ° 151 of March 29, 2004 relating to the roles of SAMU, the departmental fire and rescue services (SDIS) and paramedics in urgent medical aid, the Director must alert the emergency services by dialing the number of the SAMU (Center 15, the only medical service) and endeavor to notify the parents immediately. The SAMU regulating doctor is responsible for assessing the gravity of the situation and mobilizing all available resources, general practitioners, SMUR, ambulances and, if necessary, requesting the means of the departmental fire and rescue service. , in order to provide the most appropriate response to the patient's condition and to ensure that the necessary care is effectively delivered. It coordinates all of the resources implemented and monitors interventions. Consequently, it is not necessary to have families inform them of any authorization for surgical intervention. In any case, a teacher must not accompany a student supported by a medical or rescue service. He remains responsible for his class group.
ARTICLE II: SCHOOL ATTENDANCE
Registration implies the commitment for the family of regular attendance, compulsory from elementary age. 2-1 Absences:
In case of foreseeable absence, the persons responsible for the child inform the school director beforehand and specify the reason. If there is serious doubt about the legitimacy of the reason, the director of the school invites those responsible for the child to submit a request for authorization.
2-2 Individual student outings during school time:
Leave of absence may be granted by the director, at the written request of the families, to meet obligations of an exceptional nature, in particular for children justifying the necessary care and rehabilitation.
2-3 Identification and treatment of absenteeism:
Each half-day of absence must be recorded in the call register and in an individual and annual file. Any absence is Immediately reported to the student's parents or the responsible person. The family must inform the director without delay, stating the reasons for the absence with production, if necessary, of a medical certificate. In the event of repeated absences (from 4 half-days in the month) without legitimate reason, the teacher and the director engage with the persons responsible for the child a dialogue on his situation. If this step is not followed up, the director in consultation with the teaching team can initiate a provisional or definitive exclusion procedure.
2.4 Delays:
Late children should apologize and explain the reasons to their teacher. If possible, parents of late students should accompany them to the classroom door. En cas de retards abusifs trop nombreux, un signalement sera adressé au directeur. In the event of too many undue delays, a report will be sent to the director.
2-5 Hours of entry and exit:
The weekly duration of schooling is fixed at:
· 7.5 hours and spread over 5 half-days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. In the afternoon, the class takes place from 5.30 p.m. to 7 p.m. or from 7 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. · 4 hours and is spread over 2 half-days on Saturday and Sunday In the morning, the class takes place from 8:30 am to 10:00 am or from 10:00 am to 11:30 am or 1:30 am to 1:00 pm Members of the board of directors can change the hours of entry and of exit fixed by concertation to take into account the local circumstances, after opinion of the school council. Le projet de modification sera soumis à l'avis du Directeur. The draft modification will be submitted to the Director for opinion. This modification cannot in any case change the duration of the school week.
2-5 Personalized help:
Students with learning difficulties can benefit, with the agreement of the families, beyond the compulsory teaching time, from personalized assistance of a maximum of 4 hours per week, according to the methods defined by the school project.
ARTICLE III: SCHOOL LIFE
3-13-1 General provisions:
The life of the pupils and the action of the teachers are organized in such a way as to achieve the objectives set by the teaching team. The members of the educational team refrain from any behavior, gesture or word which would translate indifference or contempt towards the pupil or his family, or which would be likely to hurt the sensitivity of the children. They are obliged to observe the utmost confidentiality for the facts of which they become aware in the exercise of their functions. Any corporal punishment is strictly prohibited. Similarly, students, like their families, must refrain from any behavior, gesture or word that would undermine the function, the person, or the property of a member of the educational team and the respect due to their comrades or to their families.
3-2 Dispositions particulières : 3-2 Special provisions:
3.2.1 Parents must ensure that their children carry only school materials in the school bag.
3.2.2 As a safety measure, children must not hold any object presenting any danger to themselves or their comrades (knife, glass vial, corrective blank, cutter, tennis ball, bouncing balls).
3.3.3 The teachers will prohibit games which may present a danger or be a source of problems between pupils (game consoles and mobile phones are prohibited).
3.2.4 For the sake of equality and secularism, the distribution of birthday invitations, business meetings, etc. is not authorized.
3.2.5 It is preferable that children do not wear any valuable jewelry; in case of loss, the school cannot be held responsible.
3.2.6 Books belonging to the school must be covered and returned in good condition at the end of the year.
3.2.7 Parents must ensure the cleanliness of their children's body and clothing before sending them to school.
3.2.9 Children must wear suitable and practical clothes and shoes related to school life and in accordance with the charter of the association.
3-3 Tâches inhérentes aux études : 3-3 Tasks inherent in studies:
he cycle pedagogical team must require each student to work to the extent of his abilities. The efforts are valued and recognized. Absence, insufficient work or manifest ill will may give rise to appropriate and proportionate punishments, for educational purposes. If they do not produce any effect, the cycle teaching team will seek the appropriate solutions in consultation with the family and by associating the student with the defined project. In any event, a child cannot be completely deprived of recreation.
3-4 Construction of "living together":
We will endeavor to promote participation in the life of the school, taking responsibility, solidarity actions and everything that shows respect for others. Breaches of the school's internal regulations, and in particular any attack on the physical, moral or property of other students, members of the educational team or the school may give rise to reprimands which are, where appropriate, brought to the attention of families. It is allowed to isolate from his comrades, temporarily and under supervision, a difficult child or one whose behavior may be dangerous for himself or for others. If difficulties persist, the director and the teacher concerned hear the family. In the event that a child's behavior would seriously and permanently disturb the functioning of the class or school, his situation must be submitted by the director to the education team for examination. If it appears, after a probationary period of one month, that no improvement has been made to the child's behavior, a decision to exclude it, on the proposal of the teachers and after the advice of the board of directors . The family must be consulted on the choice of management. She can appeal the decision.
3.5 Medication at school:
3.5.1 Teachers cannot give any medicine to children, even those who seem the most harmless. Consequently, it is strictly forbidden that children have any medication in their school bags.
3-6 3-6 Access to the Internet:
Any Internet user in schools is subject to compliance with ethical rules which are specified in a widely distributed charter, commented on by teachers, adult users, pupils and their legal representatives. During school time, any breach of the rules will be reported to the school principal. Use outside of school hours, in particular by adults who are members of associations, involves an approach surrounded by the same guarantees.
CHARTER OF USE OF THE INTERNET, NETWORKS AND MULTIMEDIA SERVICES IN THE SCHOOL BY STUDENTS.
General
  • The computer tool (computers, printers, digital cameras, engravers, scanners, software, Internet) is used in the school only for educational and pedagogical purposes.
  • All students have access to multimedia resources and services after accepting this charter.
  • The Culture & Savoir team prepares students, advises them, helps them in their use of these services.
  • The Culture & Savoir team may, for technical or legal reasons, be required to analyze and control the use of the services.
Rules for the use of computer equipment
The student agrees:
  • to respect the computer equipment made available to it and not to intentionally disrupt the functioning of computers by modifying their configuration or by installing new programs without authorization.
  • not to print large documents and not to store large files.
  • Respect de la loi L'élève s'engage : Respect for the law The student undertakes:
  • not to record, view or distribute documents of a racist, violent, pornographic or abusive nature.
  • not to copy or exchange music, videos, software, games or any other work from school computers.
  • Not to use school computers to convey name-calling, false information about others or personal information.
  • not to distribute photographic or sound documents without the prior authorization of his teacher. Web access
  • Access to the Web is only used for research within the framework of educational activities.
  • Students can only do research in the presence of a responsible adult nearby.
  • The school is trying to set up a content filtering system. No system being perfect, it cannot be held responsible for the non-validity of the documents consulted.
  • The school reserves the right to control the sites visited by students to prevent them from accessing illegal or prohibited sites for young people and to verify that the use of the services remains in accordance with the educational objectives.
Messaging
The student agrees:
  • to use electronic mail, and in particular address lists, only for an educational and educational purpose.
  • not to take over the passwords of another user.
Sanctions
Failure to comply with the rules established by the charter may give rise to a limitation or suppression of access to services or possibly to other sanctions provided for in the internal regulations for the most serious breaches of the rules of the charter. The student's legal representatives will be informed.
3-7 Rules
The wearing by pupils of signs, showing their personal attachment to convictions, in particular religious ones, is allowed in the school. Provocative attitudes, breaches of attendance and safety obligations and behavior likely to constitute pressure are prohibited. on other pupils, to disturb the course of teaching activities or to disturb order in the establishment.
3.8 School insurance:
The school insurance taken out by families is optional for compulsory activities but compulsory for optional activities (outings beyond school time for example).
It is however strongly recommended by teachers because families do not have the right to special coverage just because an accident takes place at school (except in the event of lack of duly established supervision).
ARTICLE IV: USE OF PREMISES
The Culture & Savoir team works, in an area of ​​shared competence, to provide a quality education service. All the premises are entrusted to the director, responsible for the safety of people and property. Hygiene: the cleaning of the premises provided by the Culture & Savoir team and ventilation must allow them to be kept in a sanitary condition. Safety: the school director regularly monitors the premises, grounds and equipment used by the pupils in order to detect any apparent risks. These precautions must be reinforced in the event of an alert. In the event of a risk, the director may:
- Take the necessary measures, if necessary, while awaiting work, for example by prohibiting access to certain parts of a playground or certain devices;
-Ensure that dangerous objects are not left in places accessible to students. In the event of an emergency, the director or the teachers immediately take the necessary prohibition measures and then initiate the corrective procedure. Practical evacuation exercises must take place during each school year; the first must take place during the month following the start of the school year. The purpose of these exercises is to train students and staff on what to do in the event of a fire. The conditions of their progress and their evacuation time must be recorded in the safety register. The director, on his own initiative or on the proposal of the school council, may request in writing from the mayor the visit of the local fire safety commission. Emergency telephone numbers, the evacuation plan and safety instructions must be posted in all premises likely to accommodate students or staff.
ARTICLE V: SURVEILLANCE
5-1 Specific monitoring methods:
Students are welcomed ten minutes before entering the classroom. Before the pupils are taken care of by the teachers, they are under the sole responsibility of the parents. The Director decides on the general organization of the surveillance service after consulting the Council of Masters. The number of people responsible for monitoring must take particular account of the size of the workforce and the configuration of the premises. This is particularly the case for the recreation monitoring service, which is provided by the masters: their active presence guarantees security and serenity for all.
5-2 Reception and delivery of students to families:
In elementary class, the pupils' exit takes place under the supervision of their teacher. This supervision is carried out within the confines of the school grounds until the end of the lessons. This system is adopted by the teachers' council.

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