Ghana Education Service, GES Code of Conduct for all Teachers 2021

GES Code of Conduct for all Teachers

The standards of conduct generally required of any member of the Ghana Education Service (GES) would be leadership, selflessness, comportment, integrity, impartiality, fairness and honesty in matters affecting work and status of the profession.

Examples of serious misconduct include allegations of inappropriate relationships with pupils, exam misconduct, financial misconduct, dishonesty, bullying, alcohol and drug offences, and any other serious criminal behaviour.

Are teachers allowed to hug students?

(Note on hugging: Do not attempt to hug students. If a student initiates the hug, attempt to have a side embrace or arm over the shoulder. An open door policy usually means that as a teacher you are willing to see students at any time before or after school.

GES Code of Conduct for all Teachers

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