In Simpson it is expected that pupils should help each other and show consideration for the welfare of others, both in the house and in the school at large.
We believe that a clear and reasonable set of rules and regulations is desirable and will be re-enforced consistently by the House Authority, under the guidance and supervision of pastoral staff.
Anti-social and rude behaviour will not be tolerated at any time.
All pupils have the right to be treated as individuals, their views and privacy are to be respected, and their varied talents to be encouraged.
Honesty is the best policy and nothing wastes more time than lengthy and unnecessary investigations. Owning up usually brings a more sympathetic assessment of situations.