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My Classroom Rules

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The poster below can be used on a display in your classroom rules to share your expectations with your class. It is editable so you can add your own rules (although you are welcome to keep our suggestions too).

Why not use it at the start of the school year and ask children to come up with their own list of suggested rules? Here are some rules that you could include:

Listen to the teacher / adult.
Listen to others.
Put your hand up if you want to speak / answer.
We keep our hands / feet to ourselves.
Respect each other.
Respect other people's property.
Take care of our equipment.
Bring the right equipment to our lessons.
Use kind words.
Finish our work on time.
Walk around the classroom and school corridors.
Treat people the way you would like to be treated.
Be a good friend to everyone.
Follow directions from others.
Always tell the truth.
Enjoy our learning.
Show manners at all times.
Be polite.
Be on time.
Share with others.
Keep the classroom tidy.
Tidy the classroom when we have finished working.
Line up quietly and smartly.
Take pride in our school.
Always work hard.
Be happy.
Try to make others happy.
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