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Oatley Senior Campus

Oatley Senior Campus

Georges River College

Telephone02 8567 3700


Code of Behaviour

GRC Oatley Senior Campus aims to provide students with a high quality education in a senior school environment, which will equip them with the knowledge and skills necessary for successful participation in a changing world.


Our students' education will take place in a safe and friendly co-educational environment in which the concept of individual worth is given the highest priority.



All students who enrol in our school agree to follow our Code of Behaviour.


Students at GRC Oatley will accept their responsibilities as members of the community. They will:


1. Respect the rights of all people

  • The right to learn
  • The right to listen
  • The right to be heard
  • The right to be safe
  • The right to be valued


2. Respect other people's property and the property of the college.


3. Attend school and be punctual and strive to achieve their personal best.


4. Always wear school uniform with pride.


5. Always act in a manner which will enhance the image and reputation of our college during school time and travelling to and from school.


6. Use mobile phones and other electronic devices with respect for others and only with approval in a classroom.


7. Understand that the following anti-social behaviours will not be tolerated:

  • Bullying/Cyber bullying
  • Fighting or harassment
  • Stealing
  • Vandalism
  • The possession and/or use of illegal substances, tobacco or alcohol
  • The possession and/or use of any object considered to be a weapon


8. Behave ethically in assessments and examinations by following all rules and procedures and not attempting to take unfair advantage. 



Travelling to and from School

The school will be judged by how its students behave in public.  Students also share the responsibility of speaking to those who spoil our image in public places. Misbehaviour on public transport or in public places while travelling to and from school is treated seriously and can lead to suspension.


Vandalism & malicious damage

We value respect for property and pride in the school. Students who damage school property have committed a crime and are treated accordingly. Police are contacted and full reimbursement for repairs/replacement is required.



Our school will not tolerate violence and will suspend anyone who is violent. This includes serious verbal or psychological violence as well as physical violence.