Good behaviour is essential for the well-being of all our children and in helping us to maintain a safe and happy school, as well as a positive learning environment.
Our overall aim is positive; we reward good, well-mannered and caring behaviour around school. If, on occasions, misbehaviour occurs, sanctions take the form of loss of privileges.
Rules, rewards and consequences have been formulated and agreed by all staff, the School Council and all pupils.
The Head Teacher or Class Teacher is usually available at the beginning and end of the school day to discuss any problems that may arise or to receive information relevant to the education and welfare of your child. If the Head Teacher or Class Teacher is not available, then the Deputy Head Teacher may be able to help. Our staff work closely together and welcome the opportunity to share with you in the education and welfare of your child.
For more information about our Behavioural Policy please CLICK HERE.