CODE OF CONDUCT

Upon arrival at the Church, no participant is allowed to leave without the consent of the priest.
• Behave as Christians, taking our Lord Jesus Christ as our role model.
• Show respect to every one younger or older than you, and respect most your teachers, leaders and supervisors.
• Christian and Church tradition shall be observed with regard to clothing attires, general appearance and language, gestures, etc.
• Do your best to carry out all tasks given to you. Be proactive, listen when someone talks, be present and join in all the activities.
• Be on time to all activities and meals. Attending all meetings and lectures is mandatory.
• No food or beverages are allowed in dormitories or in the meeting and worshipping areas, and all rubbish must be placed in bins.
• At all times and under all conditions no mp3 players, electronic games, stereo sets, radio, television sets or any similar appliances are allowed anywhere for the full duration of the camp.
• No loud noises after 12:00 AM.
• Any un-Christian behaviour or attitude (e.g. fighting, foul language, mockery of others) is not allowed. Parents will be notified and disciplinary action will be taken.
• Absolutely no smoking, alcohol consumption, or drugs will be tolerated whatsoever. Immediate removal from the camp is the consequences.
• All participants are responsible for their own belongings.
• Mobile phones must be switched off at all lectures and discussions.
• None of the boys are allowed in the girl’s room and vice-versa.
• Mattresses and pillows are to be used for sleeping purposes only. No pillow fights are allowed.
• Any damage or loss of property will be charged to the participants.
• No water activities are permitted except at the allocated time.
• No gas bombs or similar pranks, graffiti or vandalism will be tolerated.
• Before departure all rooms and surrounding premises should be thoroughly cleaned.
• Failing to obey these rules will attract punishments, up to being expelled from the campsite at the participants cost, and being banned from the next camp.
• Some offences may need to be reported to civil authorities, including, but not exclusive to theft, child abuse, etc.
• Major incidents will be reported to HG Bishop Suriel.