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Mr Moir is our Behaviour Support Worker who works with all children to support positive behaviour and promote restorative practice.

Positive Behaviour Policy

We have clear expectations about how children should behave. Our school ‘high flier’ rules are shared with all the children.

  • We make our problems smaller not bigger so that we can sort them out quickly and feel happy again.
  • We keep going and try our best so that we can be proud of ourselves and our work.
  • We listen to each other so that we get things right.
  • We focus not fuss so that we own our own behaviour.
  • We are in the right place at the right time so that we are safe and secure.
  • We keep safe hands and feet so that we do not hurt ourselves and other people.
  • We choose our words carefully so that we show respect for each other.
  • We look after our school so that we have an enjoyable place to work.

Behaviour Policy September 2016

Behaviour Parents Leaflet 

Our whole school policy is shared, understood and promoted by all staff and children. It is essential to ensure a consistent approach. A leaflet explaining our approach is given to all parents when children are admitted.

Our Positive Behaviour Policy encourages children to carry out our behaviour rules.

Pupils play their part in the success of the school through their good behaviour, a readiness to learn and attendance levels that continue to rise. Pupils feel safe, valued and repected.                        Ofsted October 2012

Children are rewarded for good behaviour by special praise or negotiated rewards, and we keep a record of special achievements. A range of sanctions operate for children who do not respond and where appropriate we will discuss this with parents.

If parents experience problems with their child’s behaviour at home we can discuss it with you and suggest other agencies which may be able to help.

The school’s new systems for managing pupils’ behaviour are effective; pupils behave well and value the praise and reward they receive.                                                                                       Ofsted October 2012