These documents describe the behaviour we expect in our school, and how we manage inappropriate behaviour.
Our Behaviour Policy
Behaviour management is successful when high expectations are consistently followed by all staff and at all times. Our behaviour policy outlines our approach to behaviour management in school.
Our goal is to have a behaviour policy that prevents poor behaviour before it begins. There are consequences for unacceptable behaviour but we believe that if we have positive relationships with children, a safe and ordered environment, a high quality curriculum and high expectations then there will be fewer behavioural incidents. This checklist sets out a set of approaches that will lead to good behaviour if they are followed daily.
Choice of Consequences List
Here is a set of consequences that can be applied by the class teacher or teaching assistant and some that are applied by a senior leader or the headteacher. These consequences are presented as a choice to staff so that they can use the most appropriate strategy for the behaviour and from their knowledge of the child.
In every class children are presented with a choice of how they should behave. Should they try to be a role model or should they face warnings and consequences for their behaviour? These posters are displayed in classrooms to remind children to behave responsibly at all times.