Behaviour

 

 

OFSTED said:

 

‘Pupils’ behaviour is typically excellent. Many are exceptionally well motivated and enjoy learning. Pupils' social, moral, spiritual and cultural development is strong. Incidents of unkindness are rare.’  June 2014.

 

'The inspection team found the pupils to be excellent ambassadors for this harmonious school. The overwhelming majority of parents who responded to the Ofsted questionnaire or who spoke to the inspection team felt their children were happy, nurtured and well cared for.'

 

​The school has a ‘house’ system (Goldcrest, Heron, Wagtail and Kingfisher) and children are placed in one of the four houses when they enter the school. House points are awarded for good behaviour and kindness as well as effort and attainment in work. To complement house points, we also have a range of stickers to provide an ‘instant’ reward to pupils and a weekly celebration assembly.

 

Behaviour Management, Discipline & Exclusion

Home School Agreement

 

Exclusion from school: Guidance for parents  ​

 

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