Behaviour & Discipline
All of our rules, procedures and policies set out how we implement our prime purpose of teachers teaching and pupils learning to the best of their abilities, within a framework of respect and consideration.
We believe that the most effective way of promoting appropriate behaviour is by emphasising positive behaviour through a system of rewards and encouragement. We try to keep rules to a minimum. These rules aim to promote a safe, happy learning environment. Those children who choose not to follow these rules will be choosing to receive the negative consequences of their actions which will be in the form of a numbeer of sanctions. We require our pupils to take responsibility for their own actions.
We believe that parents play a vital role in promoting good behaviour in school and we actively seek your co-operation and support. You can assist by sharing responsibility with the school for your child's behaviour and by supporting the school's Behaviour Policy.
It is vital that we work together to ensure our pupils are happy, secure and well behaved and we aim to inform you early in the process should your child's behaviour be a cause for concern. Please inform the class teacher promptly if you have concerns. All our staff take children's worries and anxieties seriously and any reported incidents will be dealt with promptly. Bullying is not tolerated in any shape or form.
We strongly believe that children, parents and staff should all be actively involved in ensuring that our school is a safe and happy place for everyone.
|Anti bullying policy November 2014||[pdf 63KB]|
|Behaviour Policy 2015 doc||[pdf 67KB]|