Rules & Regulations
Centre adheres to an Equal Opportunities Policy. It is committed to
promoting equality of opportunity throughout its activities and this
includes employment policy, publications and student enrolment policy.
No one will be discriminated against because of sex, race, colour,
nationality, ethnic or national origins, age disability or religion.
PUNCTUALITY AND CONDUCT
students are required to be punctual for lectures and take
responsibility for their own studies. Students are required to abide by
the rules and regulations of the Gulf Montessori Centre
are required to attend a minimum of 90% of all lectures. Those
students, who miss more than 10% of lectures, will be required to
repeat that component of the course. Attendance is set at 210 hours.
attendance policy also applies to the Teaching Practice placement.
(Students are required to apply for teaching practice separately and
pay the fee). The student will be required to complete the assignments,
and attend 420 hours in a nursery school approved by Gulf Montessori as
a practical training site.
full course fees are due and payable on acceptance of registration.
Students may pay termly in advance by prior agreement with Gulf
are committed to protecting the rights of students and only publish
announcements and advertisements that are current, accurate, reliable
of curriculum and assessment procedures are given in the Student
Handbook. There is also a schedule of the due dates for course work to
Students are reminded that only their own work
is acceptable for submission for marking. Those students giving in work
by others as their own will be disqualified from the course and
prevented from sitting the final examination. Policies regarding course
work are detailed in the Student Handbook.
Centre will make information about job opportunities available to
students and support them in their application for employment.
International exchanges are encouraged. The Centre does not guarantee a
job for students.
GRIEVANCE PROCEDURES AND POLICY
have access to the Training Coordinator to discuss any matters
concerning the course. The Training Coordinator is willing to listen to
and discuss any misunderstandings or grievances. If students wish to
have further clarification they may apply to the Principal. In the case
of assessment of essays, course work or examination results, the
students may apply via the Training Coordinator or the Principal for
their work to be moderated by an External Examiner.
DISMISSAL OF STUDENTS
exceptional circumstances and in instances of gross misconduct or non
payment of fees, students will be asked to leave the course.