We have very high expectations of behaviour for all our children. The school has a clear policy for behaviour management which is based on praising positive attitudes and behaviour rather than punishment of what is wrong. We have several reward systems which operate throughout the school and children have many opportunities to earn extra rewards and privileges through good standards of work and behaviour. Our high expectations of behaviour must also be maintained over the lunchtime period when the children are in the care of the lunchtime Supervisory Assistants. Persistent poor behaviour and lack of respect for the authority of the Supervisory Assistants can result in individuals being kept in at lunchtimes or having to go home for lunch. Although our approach is based on being positive there are occasionally times when sanctions have to be applied. Parents are always kept informed of any significant problems and we really value parents’ support in dealing with any such problems. If you have any concerns about your child’s well-being or behaviour at school do not hesitate to contact us. These are the Golden Rules from our Behaviour Management Policy. They are displayed in all classrooms and are the basis for a relationship built on respect for oneself, for others and for property.
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