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AIGLON
COLLEGE
RULE
BOOK
GOD IS MY
STRENGTH
 
CONTENTS
Parr 1
This
comprises the General Rules of the School, arrangedas follows :
Page
introduaory
notes
. , . , . . .
1
Guide
to conduct
1
Out
of bounds
2
Drinking
and smoking
2
Money and
trade
. . . ,
3
Damage to property and waste 4
iladjos,
gramophones, and musical instruments, ere. .
Roii
call
5Meats
5
Dress
6Rooms 6
Visiting
. , 7
Crossing
the road , . . . ... 7School badges
Working
hours .... . .tights out
-S
Punishments
S
General
points :Forbidden articles ; Behaviour in the House ; Wearingof socks; School towels; Jeans: School notices; Badweather afternoons ; Letters ; Obstacle course ; Ropes ;Furnirare, bedding, towels and
other
School property ;Eiettric, gas, water, fire or
other
installations ; Mainsappliances ; Boxing ; Cinema ; Windows open ; Litter ;
Hitch-hiking
; Excursions to towns : Bicycles ; Churchservices 9
Part 2
This
explains the School rank system and lists therequirements, duties, and privileges of the ranks. (Manyof
these
privileges include specific exceptions from the
General
Rules of Part 1)
12
Introduaory
notes
12
The
Council
: Purposes, composition, procedure . .
12
No Rank boys 14
New
boys - 15School Sweater : Requirements, duties, privileges . 15Badge: Requirements, duties, privileges - 15
S-B.C.'s:
Requirements, duties, privileges . 16Standard Bearers: Requirements, duties, privileges , 17Appointment and privileges of Prefects, Captaias. andAssistants . , . ,
20
Part
3
This
comprises :
Cycling
safety rules
21
Mountain expedition safety rules
23
Part 4 AliocatTon of Team Points
2?
This
book must be kept carefully for reference. If lost,
S.B.C.'s
and over
will
incur a fine of Fr, 5-—, and
others
Fr.
3-—-
AIGLON
COLLEGE
PART
1
RULES
The following are
certain
specificrules
which
govern
the
community
and you are
expected
to
obey
them.
If you
observe
these
it
does
not
mean
you can do
anything
else
you like. Youare
expected
to
behave
with
common
sense
and
decency,
and to
observe
the
customs
of the
community,
even
it
they
are notwritten down.
GUIDE TO CONDUCT
1.
Consider
the
comfort
and
convenience
of
other people. This
is the
hall
mark
of
courtesy
and
good
manners.
2.
Don't
make
unnecessary
or
exaggerated
noise.
3.
Don't draw attention
to
yourselves. Never
be loud or
vulgar.
4.
Show
reasonable
restraint
in
your
dress.
5. See
that your
clothes
are
neat
and
clean,
and
appropriate
tothe
occasion.
6.
Don't loiter,
lounge about
or
look sloppy.
7.
Always
make
way for
others
and
defer
to
those
older thanyourself.
8.
Notice
if
anyone
else
is in
difficulties
and if you
think
youcan be of
service,
offer quietly
to
help.
9.
Show
respect
to
everyone
you
meet regardless
of
their
social
position, nationality,colour
or
religion.
1
 
LOOK
AFTER THE
SCHOOL
PROPERTY
Take
care
of it. It is for you and for
those
who
come
after
you.
OUT
OF BOUNDSAt all
times
:
Other boys' roomsFront doors
Servants'
quartersKitchens,
serveries,
etc.Common
Rooms
Public lavatories
beside
Clairmont
Rooms
of
members
of staff . "
Bazaar
pathFarm path to Alpina
Basements
(except
when entering or leaving the
house)
Villars
(Villars is anywhere on the far side of the stream whichruns underneath the
Chesieres
bridge),
except
with
a specialpermission chit (given only for
specific
purposes, such as a
necessary
visit to a shop), or to
pass
through in order to
reach
the skating
rink,
the swimming bath or an expedition pointbeyond Villars such as
Solalex
or Bex, if
these
are authorised.
Between
2.00 and 3.00 p.m.
: The Houses,
shops,
cafes
and
all
buildings.
After
afternoon
roll call
: Outside
Houses
without
per-mission. Grounds allowed in daylight.
In
working
hours
: Juniors are not allowed upstairs.
When on bicycles
: Alpina road and
Belvedere
drive.Woodland paths.
DRINKING
Drinking
is banned in the interests of health.
No boy may drink anything containing alcohol
either
in
or out of school, even if offered by a Master, parent, friendor
acquaintance.
Included amongst alcoholic drinks are the
following:
beer,
cider, wine, pernod, spirits (whiskey, gin,2brandy, rum, etc.) and anything containing them, cocktails, ver-
mouth
and aperitifs of all kinds.Cola drinks are not allowed in the school on
account
of thedrugs they contain.
WARNING
: See below, under smoking.
SMOKING
Smoking is banned in the interests of health.
Any
boy found
with
cigarettes
or
tobacco
or empty
packets
of
these
in his
possession
or in his room
will
be deemed to
have
smoked and
will
be punished accordingly.
WARNING
: Provided a boy's conduct is otherwise
satis-
faaory, smoking and
drinking
will
be punished as stated below :1st
offence
demotion, punishment and warning to parentsof suspension or expulsion.2nd
offence
within
a period of 12 months — expulsion, or,at the
Headmaster's
discretion, suspension for 6
weeks
of
School
time.
MONEY
AND
TRADE
1.
All and any currency exceeding Fr. 5.in total value mustbe handed to your Housemaster at the beginning of
each
term.
This
will
be credited to your parents'
account
in
Swissfrancs
and a credit note issued to you.2. Any other money received by you
during
the term for
birth-
days, etc., must be handed in at
once
and
will
be treated inthe
same
way. You
will
have
to
recover
your money
from
your parents
during
the holidays according to whateverprivatearrangements you may make
with
them. The onlyexception to this rule
will
be if
written
instructions are
sent
with
the
gift
saying that the money is to be spent imme-diately on the
purchase
of a
specific
thing.
3. Should you require a sum of money for a special purpose,your Housemaster
will
use his discretion in issuing supple-mentary
suras
to your pocket money of up to Fr. 20.— invalue per item. For
sums
of more than Fr. 20.— you must
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