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Code of Conduct

Children are encouraged, from an early age, to be responsible for their own behaviour, developing the skill of self discipline. Unacceptable behaviour is dealt with quickly by the class teacher. If the behaviour is serious or persistent then the child is sent to the Deputy Headteacher and then to the Headmaster. If the situation is not resolved, or deemed to be extremely serious, then parents/carers will be invited into school to discuss the matter. In addition to day to day behaviour management, we have procedures and a policy to counteract any case of bullying.

 

It is not the school policy to let any single child disrupt the learning of the rest of the class.  In such a case, a child may be excluded.

 

Good behaviour at lunchtimes is noted and communicated to teachers by the lunchtime supervisory staff. Poor behaviour is noted in the lunchtime behaviour book which is monitored by the Deputy Headteacher. Persistent bad behaviour at lunchtimes can result in lunchtime exclusion.

 

General Code of Conduct

  • Walk around school
  • Please do not shout when inside the school
  • Keep your hands, feet and objects to yourself and show respect for your own and other people's property
  • No Jewellery or badges should be worn to school except a plain watch and stud earrings. Body piercing is not allowed
  • Please do not bring anything valuable to school
  • Chewing gum is not allowed
  • Hats should not be worn inside the school

 

There is a firm but fair behaviour management system in place throughout the school which is followed consistently by all staff.

 

It is very much based on positive praise and rewards. Our rules are very simple and are as follows:

 

  • Follow instructions first time
  • Keep hands, feet and objects to myself
  • Walk quietly around school
  • Always try my best

 

We also believe in the concept of fair play and good sportsmanship.  We adhere to the guidelines from the Football Association’s “Respect Code of Conduct”.  Please click on the link below for details.

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