Behaviour Policy

We aim to create an environment which expects and promotes positive behaviour as the basis for effective learning. The expectations are designed to focus on positive actions, that demonstrate respect, rather than what children should not do. All children have the opportunity to make positive choices about their behaviour and influence outcomes and those children who regularly meet the school’s expectations are recognised and celebrated.

 

Everyone is responsible for the behaviour of all children and adults should reinforce agreed expectations of behaviour in a calm and dispassionate way.

 

However, as an inclusive school we recognise that all children are individuals with specific needs. Therefore, within this consistent approach there is an element of flexibility to address the needs of specific children.

 

Teachers integrate a consistent system within daily teaching in order to promote positive behaviour and develop effective behaviour management skills. The stay on green system in the classes helps to promote this consistency.