Behaviour System

Non-Negotiables

Lot’s of new children worry about detentions but don’t worry! It’s really easy to avoid getting a detention! The school rules here will be similar to those at primary. As long as you are polite, hardworking, respectful and punctual, you will be fine. Here’s what we expect…

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Show the world your best version of yourself

  • Follow the uniform code to present yourself well. You’ll find a list of what we expect on the uniform page!
  • Promote good things about yourself and the school.
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Respect for Others

Be considerate and supportive of others.

  • Think about other points of view to be considerate to your peers and teachers
  • Create an environment that allows good teaching and learning e.g. listening respectfully, putting your hand up to contribute etc.
  • Recognise and celebrate others’ talents and achievements
  • Work as team

Respect for Self

Want and strive for the best for yourself.

  • Be ambitious                 
  • Be kind to yourself
  • Know that your best is what is expected
  • Take responsibility for your actions
  • Work hard      
  • Strive to out-do yourself
  • Develop resilience
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Preparation

Have the things with you the things you need to learn

  • Pencil case and equipment
  • P.E. kit of P.E. days
  • A positive attitude to learning

 

Classcharts              Behaviour Policy

Each time you enter a classroom, you will start in the middle of the behaviour chart.

Teachers will award students for positive behaviour with R1s, 2s, 3s, and 4s for many reasons including working hard independently, class participation, kindness, progress, perseverance and many things    besides.

Teachers will try to help you to  correct any  negative behaviour such as not trying your best, talking when asked to work silently or    distracting others. These warnings give you a chance to turn things around and move back up the chart so that you don’t get detentions.

As you can see the chart, positive behaviour earns you points and negative behaviour loses them!  Any adult in the school can award you points by logging onto ‘Class Charts’.

It’s really important that you know how many points you have because you get to spend them in our reward shop!

You can see how many points you have by logging onto  with your very own code. How does this work?

If you want to know more about the reward shop including what prizes are on offer, take a look on the website!

Reward Shop

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