The general behaviour of our pupils is a matter of great importance to the running of the school and for the well-being of the community. Qualities of honesty, kindness and fairness are constantly encouraged, whilst politeness and thought for others are regarded as the basis of relationships between pupils and teachers. Children are expected to be responsive, to be disciplined and to observe school rules. Parents are consulted at an early stage when a pupil’s behaviour causes concern. The aim is to agree future action where necessary.
Encouragement and recognition of good personal behaviour is rewarded by praise from both class teachers and the Headteacher.
Our ‘Discipline and Behaviour Policy’ is available from the school office, together with a leaflet concerning the school’s approach to anti-bullying.