Rules & Regulations
To ensure that our school runs smoothly, safely and that students receive an education of quality, we have establish some policies. These policies are translated into rules and regulations to guide acceptable behaviour and ensure that the school environment is safe for students, teachers and school staff.
This approach toward discipline is for every student to acquire self discipline and be responsible to contribute to the overall well-being of the school. To do so, we have established basics expectations that students must fulfill.
Respect of people and property
Students are to be respectful in attitude and manner to people and property.
Attend School Regularly
Students are expected to attend all academic programmes, co-curricular activities, school functions and other school related programmes
Do and Submit Work
Students are expected to work diligently not only on assigned daily class work, homework, projects, and others but also have regular self-revision to ensure quality work is produced.
Code of conduct
Lost and Found
Lost and found boxes will be displayed upon request by parents or guardians. To minimize loss, we suggest that all students’ belongings are marked with their names. Periodically throughout the year, these boxes are emptied and unclaimed stuff is donated to charity.
All parents must fill out an agreement form on whether they accept pictures and quotes of their children to be used in marketing on facebook, school website and others.
The school takes no responsibility for the students’ personal belongings, for example mobile phones, ipads, money, etc.
Pupils who were handed out laptops or iPads for personal use are expected to take responsibility for the proper care and appropriate use of their equipment. In case of damage or missing parts, the school may claim compensation from the parents or guardians.
The students are responsible for their own wardrobe/locker. They are not allowed to use outdoor shoes inside the school building. They are expected to have indoor shoes available at all times.
Visitors and Guest
FINT operates with an open door policy. However, visiting adults, including parents and guardians, must report to the school administration OR the contact teacher BEFORE they enter the students learning environment. We also encourage visitors to refrain from disturbing the atmosphere in which students are engaged in learning activities.
Leave of Absence
School attendance is important because research shows that students are more likely to succeed in academics when they attend school consistently. However if youir child have a valid reason to be absent, please contact our school office oor attendance line or fill this form: absence form
read how school attendance make a difference here: https://www.pacer.org/parent
Rights for transportation and UDIR
Students are entitled to a free school bus card according to the Norwegian Education Act (Opplæringsloven §7-1 and Friskoleloven §3-7). Students in grade 1 who live further than 2km from school are entitled to a free bus card and 4km for students from grade 2 and up.
Students with disability, temporary injury or sickness can apply for other means of transportation if necessary. Parents can send a request to the school with a medical certificate and the school will forward it to Trøndelag Fylkeskommune who will make the decision.
Information and communication technology
Each student at Fagerhaug International School has his/her own Office 365 account that comes with access to free download of the entire Microsoft Office 2016 package for up to five devices. Students in 5th to 9th grade get their own PC. Upper PYP students can use their PCs only during school hours, while students in MYP can use them at home.
The school aims to foster appropriate use of digital technologies and to establish attitudes and behavior that will protect the students, the Fagerhaug community and the school’s IT resources. Information Communication and Technology
Right to apply for exemption
As an international school we have an exemption from Nynorsk. Students are provided with a letter stating this when they graduate from year 10.
Contesting of grade
Students have a right to contest the final grade given in a report. This is in accordance with “Forskrift til Opplæringsloven” §5-4 of the Education Act. To act on this, you must submit a signed letter by the due date indicated in the final reports. The contesting of grades, may lead to an increase or a decrease in the grade.
Right to good school enviroment
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School health services aims to prevent injury and illness, and promote the overall health of the students in collaboration with home, school and healthcare provider. The Health Care service at Fagerhaug focuses on topics such as nutrition, development of social skills, physical activity, mental health, substance abuse, puberty development, personal hygiene, outdoor and indoor environment, where the school plays an important role, with support from the school nurse. For more information read the complete document here: Health Care
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