Rosmead Central Primary School



  • The school will not be held liable for any lost/damaged or stolen cell phones.
  • A child is only allowed to have a cell phone at school if written permission has been received from the parent.
  • If written permission has been received, learners MUST HAND IN THE PHONE to the class teacher at the start of the school day and it will be returned at the end of the school day.
  • Parents who need to get into contact with their child can do so via the school.
  • If cell phones are found in the child's possession, it will be confiscated and returned at the end of the term.
  • No negotiations will be entertained.

We, the learners of Rosmead Central Primary School, agree to join together to stamp out Bullying at our school. We believe that all should enjoy our school equally and feel safe, secure and accepted, regardless of colour, race, gender, popularity, athletic ability, Intelligence, religion or nationality. Bullying can be hitting, teasing, name-calling, threatening, sarcasm, rumours and exclusion. Bullying causes pain and stress.

By signing this pledge, we all agree to:


  1. Value student differences
  2. Treat others with respect
  3. Not let my words/actions hurt others
  4. Know school policies and procedures that deal with bullying
  5. Report all Incidents of bullying honestly to a staff member
  6. Support learners who have been or are subjected to bullying
  7. Talk to Teachers and Parents about bullying
  8. Encourage Teachers to deal with bullying effectively
  9. Be a good role model for younger learners
  10. Pledge to be part of the solution



  • All pupils attending Rosmead Central Primary School are expected to uphold the code of conduct as described below and to uphold the name of the school at all times.
  • It Is the responsibility of the parents to be fully acquainted with the contents of the code of conduct and to encourage such behavior in their child and to assist the school In enforcing the correct behaviour.



  1. School uniforms must be kept neat and clean at all times.
  2. Pupils must wear full school uniform: at school to and from school at school functions and on visits to other schools
  3. All articles must be clearly marked with the name and surname of the child.
  4. For Physical Education, sport and dance the correct uniform must be worn. (See School Uniform)
  5. Hair must be neat and clean at all times. The following applies with regards to hair:


  • The use of gel Is allowed to keep the hair flat.
  • No dyeing or highlighting of hair will be allowed.
  • Hair braids will be allowed providing that they do not have highlights In them (natural colour only).

 - No thick braids or Rasta braids are allowed.
 - Braids must be tied back. No buns allowed.
 - Braids must be kept to a certain length (just below the shoulders)
NB: Parents will be requested to remove braids if it does not meet the above requirements


  • No dyeing or highlighting of hair will be allowed.
  • No braiding, afros or dreadlocks allowed.
  • No fancy hairstyles will be allowed e.g. faders, patterns In the hair (like a zig-zag sign) etc.
  • Hair must be kept short and neat.


NB: Boys who transgress the above guidelines regarding the hair policy (e.g. NO FADERS, FANCY HAIRSTYLES, etc.), will be requested to have a haircut that same day in order to be in line with the hair policy.