Behaviour

Our code of behaviour is based upon mutual respect. ‘Treat everyone as you would be wished to be treated’. Our key Christian values of respect, trust and compassion are central to our school behaviour policy.

We reward and praise children when they achieve well, try their best or behave in a positive way. Rewards may come in the form of verbal praise , stickers, certificates and house points.

Expectations are high and good manners are expected from all. Children will hold the door open for children and adults alike, saying both ‘thank you’ and ‘you’re welcome’ as a matter of course.

When children fail to reach expectations and poor behaviour results, we aim to forgive and allow children the space to make mistakes and learn from them. Children have agreed that persistent poor choices about behaviour should result in a withdrawal of privileges and occasionally parents being involved to help find a solution.