Behaviour Policy and Guidance

"I think probably kindness is my number one attribute in a human being.

I'll put it before any of the things like courage or bravery

or generosity or anything else ... KINDNESS - that simple word.

To be kind it covers everything, to my mind.

If you're kind that's it."  Roald Dahl

In our school we value kindness.

Our aim is to create a happy, secure, spiritual and rich learning environment for all our pupils and staff.  Through our behaviour policy and approach we hope to create a partnership between home and school.  

As a Christian community, and in common with many other world faiths, we encourage the pupils of our school to behave towards one another in the same way as they would expect others to behave towards them.

"Love one another as I have loved you." [John ch15 v12]

 

Below you will find our Code of Conduct which is used in the classrooms.

All pupils and members of staff in our school are expected to show consideration and respect for each other.  To sort out problems in a non-confrontational manner and to contribute to a loving, compassionate and respectful environment.

All staff, pupils, parents and visitors have the right to feel safe at all times whilst in school and should always have mutual respect for one another.  All members of the school community  must be aware that bullying, harassment or discrimination of any description is unacceptable, and even if it occurs outside of school hours or away from the school premises, will not be tolerated and will be dealt with according to the Behaviour Policy.

Our expectations for pupils behaviour, within and outside the school premises, are for high standards reflecting the school's Christian ethos of love, compassion and respect which will enable an excellent learning and teaching environment.  

 

DOCUMENTS:

BEHAVIOUR POLICY 19.docx.pdf

SCHOOL CHARTER 19.docx.pdf