The primary aim of our positive behaviour policy is not a system of enforced rules. It is a means of promoting good relationships, so that children and staff can work together with the common purpose of helping everyone to learn. We empower our children to be engaged and creative lifelong learners who can contribute to the wider society. Our children are encouraged to live out our school motto and values both in school and at home and understand that these values are what make you a good person. Our school ethos statement, written by our community is at the heart of our school and the work we do. This policy clarifies the school behaviour expectations of everyone in our community
This Positive Behaviour Policy has been produced by the school community working together and it reflects both the Christian and British values which our whole school ethos is based upon. This policy should be read in conjunction with the School’s Teaching and Learning Policy, Anti-Bullying Policy, Safeguarding Policy, Equal Opportunities Policy, Single Equality and Community Cohesion Policy, Exclusion Policy and E-safety Policy.