Why are teachers not considerate of their students?

Code of Conduct

The code of conduct is the basis for the cooperation between students, teachers and parents at our school. In it we agree on basic rules of conduct in school life.

These rules support our idea of ​​an open learning and living space, as appropriate behavior from all makes our school a place where students like to learn, teachers like to teach and parents and school are reliable partners for each other.

How can we students Help shape our school as an open learning and living space?


1.      Attention and respect for the classmates

  • We behave considerately and help younger students.
  • We show moral courage and stand up for the weaker.
  • We do not use physical or verbal violence and we refrain from making negative comments about the mistakes and peculiarities of others.
  • We respect the privacy of our classmates and respect their property.


2.      Conduct in class

  • Everyone gives their best and actively shapes the lessons within the scope of their possibilities.
  • Good performance deserves our mutual recognition.
  • We do our homework in full, keep our documents properly and reliably bring all teaching materials with us to school.
  • We start the class on time and unpack before the start of the class.


3.      Life in the school community

  • In the school house we greet the adults (not just our own teachers).
  • We want to relax during the breaks and therefore try to create a calm atmosphere in the school building.
  • We can bring cell phones to school, but leave them switched off in the satchel during class. We use electronic devices moderately and on our own responsibility limited to the necessary minimum.
  • In the cafeteria, we leave the tables and chairs tidy and clean after dinner and remind each other of this duty. If we miss our meal time, we queue up.
  • We reliably carry out the services assigned to us and treat the school property with care. We feel responsible for removing any contamination or damage we have caused.
  • We express criticism objectively and constructively, without offending.


How do we teachers contribute to an open learning and living space?


1.      We respect our students as distinctive individuals.

  • We value our students regardless of their academic performance, treat them with respect and make fair decisions.
  • We assess student performance transparently.
  • We inform and advise students on all important school matters and are open to their concerns and suggestions.
  • We involve the students in decisions and support student participation.


2.      We design our lessons to be challenging and lively.

  • We value modern, competence-oriented teaching and encourage students according to their individual capabilities. To this end, we provide targeted training.
  • We are open to new teaching methods and familiarize our students with important learning techniques.
  • We show joy in our subjects and are committed to everyday school life.


3.      We ensure compliance with the agreed obligations and standards.

  • We sensitively promote the social behavior of the students and consistently prevent disruptive behavior.
  • We pay attention to the reliable completion of the homework, whereby we put this in time and calmly and note it in the class register.
  • We enter forgotten homework and work equipment in the class register.
  • We ensure that the break times are adhered to and start and finish our lessons on time.
  • We are actively committed to the careful treatment of the school's facilities and pay close attention to compliance with the security services.
  • We teachers support each other and are collegial.


How do we parents help shape the coexistence of the school community?

  • We are role models for our children.
  • We show moral courage.
  • We live an appreciative and open relationship with everyone else in the school community.
  • We pay attention to compliance with the house rules and the school rules.
  • We support the students with the aim of complying with the code of conduct.
  • We ensure that the work materials are provided for our children.
  • We encourage and demand personal responsibility from our children in all school matters.
  • For school matters, we contact our responsible class parent representative (parent council).
  • We deal responsibly with requests for exemption from lessons for our children.
  • We support the school community in designing our high school as an open learning and living space.


Status: 07/17/2012