"DISCIPLINE" means "self-control". Our religion teaches us self-control. We learn self-control through praying, fasting, zakaat, hajj, etc. There are special times for offering salaat and we pray during these times. At the time of Fajr, we might like to sleep, but we get up and pray.
While fasting, we feel hungry and thirsty, but we do not eat or drink anything. Islam teaches us self-discipline, good manners and respect for others.
Parents, teachers and students must cooperate to ensure that high standards in such areas as manners, dress, appearance, and general behaviour in the classroom are maintained. We must meet these commitments at a very high standard as much as possible at all times.
While the emphasis is on encouragement, sanctions will be imposed on individuals who constantly fail to conform to the school standards set. The central feature of our discipline system is cooperation between the teachers, parents and children in order to prevent difficulties becoming major problems. Our school's Behaviour Management Plan (BMP) document provides further details on behaviour management in the school.