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ABSTRACT REGIME INTERNAL REGULATIONS

1. DEFINITION, PURPOSE, OBJECTIVES

Definition

This Internal Regulations, seeks to regulate the functioning of the Centre and inform the educational community of all organizational aspects of the, according to current regulations.

All members of the community are required to comply, comply with and enforce, the provisions of the same

Purpose

All the standards listed below are intended to establish standards of structure and organization of the school, order of:

  • Realizing the right of all students to education,
  • Promote coexistence between members of the educational community,
  • Prevent the attitudes and behaviors that impair the normal functioning of school life.
  • Establish the necessary corrective measures against those behaviors that are contrary to the rules of coexistence center.

Objectives

This regulation is intended to achieve the following objectives:

  • Define the organizational structure of CIPUFP HESPERIDES
  • Establish performance standards and performance criteria of the daily activities of the center.
  • Set the rules for use of the space center.
  • Design a framework of coexistence based on mutual respect and democratic spirit.
  • To train our students in a framework of peaceful coexistence and based on respect for others, enabling them to develop the social skills necessary to engage in the construction of the living both inside and outside school.

We understand the right to education in the broadest sense, as required by Article 27 of the Constitution, when he states that education shall be directed to the full development of human personality with due respect for democratic principles of coexistence and the fundamental rights and freedoms. And we believe that in achieving this goal should participate actively all members of the educational community.

2. GOVERNING BODIES.

In the PFIC Hesperides individual organs of government are the Director, Secretary, and Heads of Study, that constitute the Management Team.

3. COLLEGIATE ORGANS OF PARTICIPATION.

In the PFIC Hesperides are participatory bodies, Social Council and the Teachers and Alumni Association.

4. NO TEACHING STAFF

In our center are non-teaching staff custodians, management staff, Cleaning and Maintenance staff and Gardening.

5. ACADEMIC ORGANIZATION

Center Times

The schedule for PIFC Hesperides is 8,15h, Monday through Friday until 21:30.

Authorization outputs

Students minors may only leave the center during school hours with written authorization, prior consent of their parents / mothers / guardians.

Control of errors and delays of students

The Center has responsibility for students during the school day, therefore should pay special attention to controlling the presence and timeliness of these students all the time who are in charge of teacher.

Teachers must regularly roll and record absences produced in each of its sessions.

Students only have 10 minutes to join class ring from, after which you will lack.

Students who leave class before completion, regardless of the reason alleging, you will lack.

System Guards

Throughout the time there will be at least one teacher on duty and a member of the management team.

In the PFIC Hesperides, a system of guards so that teacher absences are covered by other members of the department adopts, whenever possible, and always within the time of this.

Justification of errors and delays alumni / ae.

All lack the delay should be supported. Students must justify the failure or delay to each of their teachers, Medical or work showing the proof.

In the absence of an examination the student shall be entitled to the same only when justified medically or occupationally unless indicated otherwise module programming.

In case of prolonged absence of the late addition al training cycle, the teacher will make a schedule adapted from the work units to date of incorporation, the discretion of the teacher, provided the student has not lost the continuous assessment.

A student is deemed to have lost the continuous assessment in a module, when it reaches the 30% of absences in that module, justified in the.

Consumption of snuff, alcohol, or substances harmful to health.

Consumption is prohibited in the entire educational complex, and the possession of drugs or similar substances, based on the following legal provisions:

The Law 42/2010, of 30 December 2010 (smoking ban).

If a teacher finds that a student has consumed narcotics, you can away from his activity, if you think this may be dangerous to himself or to other colleagues. If the student does not agree he shall expel.

Mobile phones and audio devices

The use of mobile phones, sound devices and other electronics outside the teaching-learning process, during activities that are performed in the center is strictly prohibited.

6. LIVING.

Profile of students

We should note, also, that the profile of students in vocational training has the following traits which differ from the ESO and Bachillerato:

  • Students of legal age, except for a few media cycles.
  • And general, already have well-defined interests, and this is reflected in the academic journey undertaken by each.
  • A large number are working, so they know the reality of work.

Rights and duties of pupils.

1) Respeto mutuo

All members of the educational community are obliged to respect the rights of students who are established in this Act and in other legislation. Exercising your rights by students involve the recognition and respect for the rights of all members of the educational community.

2) Comprehensive training.

Students are entitled to receive comprehensive training that contributes to the full development of his personality and in which individual interests above the collective is prioritized in favor of a common purpose.

The full development of the student's personality demands a balanced plan their study activities. To achieve this full development, the center could offer complementary and extracurricular activities that promote participatory and supportive spirit of the students and promote the relationship between the center and the socioeconomic and cultural environment in which it develops its work.

Students are entitled to the work environment in the classroom and in other units favors the use of time spent in the center.

Students have the right to have the teacher, by exercising its authority, ensure the normal development of teaching.

They also have the following duties:

  • Regular attendance and teaching activities.
  • Honor and respect their schedules.
  • Follow the advice from teachers about their learning and show due respect and consideration.
  • Respect the exercise of the right to study their peers, maintaining a climate of coexistence.
  • Respect for freedom of conscience and religious convictions and moral, and dignity, integrity and privacy of all members of the educational community.
  • Not discriminate against any member of the school community because of birth, race, sex or any other personal or social circumstance.
  • Caring and correctly use goods and furniture center facilities and respect the property of other members of the educational community.
  • Respect the rules of behavior within the center.
  • Respect the safety and health workshops, classrooms and other facilities of the center.

Student participation in the center

Each group of students will choose, by direct secret ballot, during the first month of the school year, a representative group, will be part of the board of delegates. They also elect one deputy delegate, to replace the delegate in case of absence or illness and in support functions.

The election of delegates will be organized and convened by the head teacher, in collaboration with tutors of the groups.

Delegates may not be punished for the exercise of functions under this Regulation.

Delegates are responsible for group:

1) Attend meetings of the board of delegates and participate in its deliberations.

2) Exposing governance and coordination of teaching suggestions and complaints of the group they represent.

3) Promote coexistence between students in your group.

4) Collaborate with the tutor and with the faculty meeting of the group on issues affecting the operation of this.

Functioning of the Board of Deputies:

The board is composed of delegates delegates and sub-delegates from each of the courses of all the training cycle center.

At the first meeting, differentiated into two sessions of morning and afternoon, a president and a secretary is selected, among them, Secretary will be responsible for taking minutes.

Rights and duties of teachers.

The duties of teachers:

1) Join and attend faculty meetings.

2) Meet with your academic schedule according to the provisions of the planning center.

3) Attend classes punctually. Any absence must be duly authorized or justified under the existing rules.

4) Keep track of student attendance, and control of the work and exercises the same.

5) Maintaining order and coexistence, both inside and outside the classroom.

6) Perform programming and develop.

7) Perform assessment of students notifying them or their legal representatives the same result on schedule.

8) Participate in the organization of the center through the appropriate bodies.

9) Hold the offices for which they are elected according to the rules established in each case and always accepted by Professor.

10) Communicate and justify to management prior absences, where possible.

11) Promotion, organization and participation in the follow-, inside or outside the school premises, programmed by the center.

They are your rights:

1) Eligible to vote and access to personal and student organs center, according to the rules established for each.

2) Develop their teaching in a suitable educational environment, where their rights are respected, especially their right to physical and moral integrity.

3) To exercise the functions of teaching and research using methods deemed most appropriate, within the Learning Paths, plans and programs approved.

4) A form associations which are designed to improve teaching and professional development, according to current standards.

5) Be informed, by the school management, on all other administrative and / or internal regulations of the facility that affect individual or collective.

6) A lifelong learning.

General principles of coexistence

1) All students have the same rights and duties, no more distinctions than those relevant to their age and levels of teaching that course.

2) All parents, mothers, tutors / as alumni / ae have the same rights and responsibilities in the educational development of their children, daughters, supervised or supervised.

3) All teachers, and anyone who develops its educational activity in the center, has the same rights and duties in the educational development of students, no more distinctions than those arising from the legal relationship with the center, managerial positions or teaching positions to play.

4) The participation of the educational community in developing, enforcement and evaluation of standards of organization and coexistence center, and faculty and students in the classroom rules.

5) The exercise of rights by the students and the students, parent, mothers, the tutors tutors, teacher, as well as personnel administration and services,

in the area of ​​school life, involves the recognition and respect for the rights of all members of the educational community.

6) They may be subject to corrective or disciplinary action the acts described in this RRI that are performed by male and female students on campus and during the follow-up activities and extracurricular.

7) They may also be corrected or punished those actions or attitudes, although conducted off campus, you are motivated or directly related to school life and affect any member of the school community. This is without prejudice to the obligation, if, to inform the competent authorities such conduct.

8) The corrective and disciplinary measures applied by the breach of the house rules have an educational and rehabilitative nature, shall ensure respect for the rights of students and the students and seek improved relations of coexistence of all members of the educational community.

9) In no event, students and the students may be deprived of the exercise of their right to education.

10) You may not impose disciplinary or remedial educational measures that are contrary to the dignity or the physical integrity, psychological or moral development of students and the students.

11) The imposition of corrective and disciplinary educational measures provided for in this respect the proportionality RRI student behavior and student and should contribute to the improvement of the educational process.

12) When the facts alleged may constitute a crime or offense, must be reported to the judicial authority. This is without prejudice to the appropriate precautionary measures are taken.

Pupils or students, or parents, mothers, tutors to tutor in case of being under edad, obligados are to provide, to the course or at the time of joining a school, the address of its registered, contact phone number and email address, in order to be notified, if, related communication behaviors that disrupt school life. The changes that occur throughout the school year to the address of the registered, as well as the e-mail address, shall be submitted to the center at the time they become effective.

Classification of faults

The irregular behavior of the students are classified as minor faults, very serious serious offenses and misdemeanors.

They are minor offenses:

1) Absences and delays, provided they are not repeated.

2) Minor damage, for misuse of the premises and equipment of the center, or the goods and property of other members of the educational community that is a result of negligence by the student.

3) Slight alteration of teaching, for example: talk with peers, up without permission, use phones or music players in class, maintain a passive attitude towards the application of Professor.

4) The acts of indiscipline, disrespect, injury and no serious offense occurring against any member of the school community, for example: not obeying the teacher, pushing or molesting a colleague, leaving class without permission, mild insults which are not of a sexist and xenophobic nature.

They are serious offenses:

1) The repeated minor offenses. As the repeated use of mobile.

2) The serious deterioration, for misuse of the premises and equipment of the center, or the goods and property of other members of the educational community that is a result of negligence by the student.

3) The removal of property and objects belonging to other members of the school community.

4) The introduction and substance abuse in the center.

5) The acts of indiscipline, disrespect, injury and serious offense occurring against any member of the school community, for example: physical assault and serious insults especially if they are of a sexist and xenophobic nature.

They are very serious offenses:

The reiteration of serious misconduct.

1) The serious deterioration, intentionally, dependencies and core material, or objects and belongings of other members of the educational community.

2) The impersonation in acts of academic life, subtraction, concealment and falsification of academic documents.

3) Irregular actions to achieve superior results to the deserving, in the assessment tests as, for example, Abduction exams.

4) Physical aggression.

5) The systematic incitement to acts seriously prejudicial to the health and physical integrity of the members of the educational community as selling drugs or harmful substances in the.

Sanctions

The commission of offenses may result in the imposition of the following sanctions:

For faltas leves:

1) Written warning, detailed report in which the subject teacher or tutor will be included, and if he were minor pupil, written notice to parents or guardians communication.

2) The obligation to repair the damage in the material and / or apology to those affected by student behavior.

For serious offenses:

1) Written warning, detailed report in which the subject teacher or tutor will be included, and if he were minor pupil, written notice to parents or guardians communication.

2) Obligation to make good damage caused to the material and / or apology to those affected by student behavior.

3) Suspension of the right to attend the center or certain classes, for a period less than siete school days, without incurring loss assessment without prejudice to lead the implementation of specific activities or tasks in the student's home.

4) Suspension of the right to attend any school activity planned by the center.

For very serious offenses:

1) Written warning, detailed report in which the subject teacher or tutor will be included, and if he were minor pupil, written notice to parents or guardians communication.

2) Loss of right to assessment continues. The student will undergo final tests that may be in force.

3) Suspension of the right to attend the center or certain classes, for a period of seven school days and one month, without incurring loss assessment without prejudice to lead the implementation of specific activities or tasks in the student's home.

4) Disqualification for study at the center by the time remaining to the end of school year

5) Permanent disqualification for study at the center.

6) In the event of permanent disqualification for study, educational administration sanctioned provide the student with a school place in another educational institution, or in the form of distance education.

7) In no event, the sanction of disqualification or loss of evaluations involve the elimination of the right to attend examinations final evaluation.

Sanctioning procedure

Minor offenses will be dealt with by the concerned teacher or tutor group, and communicated to head of studies.

Serious offenses will be handled by the teacher involved and / or tutor group, and resolved by the Management Team.

No penalties may be imposed for serious offenses without prior instruction from a file.

7. CLAIMS, COMPLAINTS AND sujerencias

All members of the school community have the right to complain, complaints and suggestions regarding the overall performance of the center or affecting their interests.

It is understood by all formally expressed complaint claim that relates to the possible violation of a right. To this end the center has typified claims endnotes, claims against disciplinary proceedings and claims of a general nature for students and teachers.

Complaint means any expression of dissatisfaction or discomfort does not fall under the concept of claim. All members of the school community will be provided with sheets complaints and suggestions in accordance with the provisions of our quality system.

8. USE OF SPACE

General facilities

The PFIC Hesperides is located in the same building as the IES St. Lucia, all sharing some common facilities and spaces, such as landscaped areas, Gym, hall, Concierge, administration office and canteen. The use of such spaces shall be coordinated by the leadership of both centers.

Classes

The classroom doors should always be locked when empty. It is essential, thus, close them after each class, abandonarla after a group of students. It is important the collaboration of all teachers in classroom organization (closing windows, Lights off). This will facilitate the smooth running of the Centre.

Audiovisual resources and computer resources available to the classroom can be used in accordance with the specific rules established by the Department.

Computer cycles Room (AIC)

The use of the resources available (computers, Projector, slate digital) is performed in accordance with the specific instructions in the Chamber itself.

Rules of Use (AIC)

1) Head of Studies Book Day and time to be making use of the classroom plumier.

2) Minutes before booking, apply the key part of the classroom and the classroom, in Archers. In this part, the teacher will note the time of entry and exit, shall visually inspect entering the classroom and note on the notice of incidents in your state. If the detected teach other advocacy should also note it; leaving this part must sign and return with the key to concierge.

3) In the classroom wall AIC, will be exposed to the following document:

It is strictly prohibited (AIC)

1) Enter any food or beverage in the classroom.

2) Move or relocate computers or any of its components.

3) Altering the distribution of keyboards.

4) Unplug or remove from your site monitor, keyboard, mouse or network cable.

5) Open trying to dismantle them computers.

6) Install any software. If needed, tell your teacher.

7) Do not attempt to fix anything yourself. If it detects that something is not working as it should, tell your teacher.

8) Conduct any activity that is in violation or unauthorized use of the computer system.

9) Violence or abuse towards any of the facilities.

10) Verbal or physical violence towards people.

11) Try to steal any material from classroom.

Additional Standards for students in the (ACI):

Students should bring to the classroom and keep backups of your data.

It is strictly prohibited:

1) Browse the Internet without the teacher expressly indicated..

2) Using computers to chat, participation in forums or social networks during class.

3) Play any content not authorized by the teacher.

4) Play, either online or locally.

5) Any activity or conduct which causes a disruption or failure of the normal course of the class.

Library

Use of the library is common to the two centers, coordinated by the IES Santa Lucia, The management approval being necessary before use.

Books for your loan and use are distributed by each of the departments, there being a responsible library, and each deparatamento, and one charge of making the loan.

Reprographics

Opposite the department of SIOP, there is a room for this purpose, exclusively for teachers, where staff with the appropriate code, each teacher may use this service reprographic.

Similarly, There reprographic machines for use by the entire educational community counseling and provision of a service.

9. NURSERY BUSINESS

What is?

Business incubators are located in integrated vocational training centers form a temporary structure designed to accommodate companies host new training, created by students who have completed vocational training in the integrated center, so that a situation of competing are achieved and act on market conditions.

Performance standards

Companies interested addressed to relevant council vocational subjects an application for authorization, that will occur in the register of the Ministry of Education, Training and Employment or in any of the places specified in Article 38.4 Act 30/1992 of 26 November, Legal Regime of Public Administrations and Common Administrative Procedure. The application documentation specified in the functional center project will be attached.

The dossier will be instructed by the Directorate General for vocational training, to seek timely reports from the director of the center and subsequently integrated proposal to raise minister responsible for vocational training.

The competent counselor in vocational training grant, where appropriate, a demanial authorization for a maximum period of three years without extension.

The realization of the conditions of use of nursery, well as the rights and duties of the nursery business will be detailed in the functional center project, subject to the following provisions:

a) Companies must be newly created, entendiéndose by such:

  1. Companies created in less than a year prior to the filing.
  2. Companies whose activity begins with the installation in the nursery.

b) Companies can not develop harmful activities, unhealthy or dangerous.

c) Where there unoccupied spaces in the center, may accommodate companies created by students who have completed vocational training in other schools supported by public funds of the Region of Murcia. When there are not enough spaces for all applications, functional center project will determine the order of priority of these.

d) Businesses, to access a local in the nursery, must submit at least the following documentation:

  1. Project economic feasibility.
  2. Added on social security and business tax, cursarlas or commitment within fifteen days from the installation in the nursery.
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