At our school there are clear
expectations for behaviour and a consistent approach across the whole school.
There is a detailed Behaviour Policy on our Information and Policies page which
parents can download for additional information. There is also a summary leaflet that outlines the
main procedures at a glance.
There are a few simple school
rules for behaviour in school. Children are expected to show consideration
for other persons and their property and are also encouraged to develop a sense
of responsibility leading to self-discipline in a firm but friendly atmosphere.
Our aim is that the children should develop positive attitudes towards
themselves and towards others.
Sanctions such as ‘time out’ in
another class, missing part of playtime or much-enjoyed activity may
occasionally be imposed. If there are concerns over your child’s behaviour
the class teacher will make an appointment to speak to you and a plan will be
drawn up together to help resolve any issues.
Rewards include praise, sticker
awards, earning additional time at favourite activities, certificates and being
sent to another teacher or the Headteacher for praise and encouragement. These
rewards are brought home so that you can celebrate your child’s successes with
them. Good behaviour, effort and attitude is recognised by ERIC, our
school mascot who awards stickers for children showing respect
Simple School Rules for Health
Sweets and nuts are not allowed in school.
Toys are not allowed in school.
Children are asked to walk in the corridors.
Children are asked to put all litter away so that
our school grounds will remain tidy.
Children are not allowed to climb on fences.
Jewellery is not allowed in
school (including stud earrings).
Mobile phones are not allowed in school.
Please click on the link below to read the Behaviour and Discipline Policy 2017.