Good behaviour is essential for effective teaching and learning to take place. We believe that pupils and staff have the right to learn and teach in an environment that is safe, friendly, peaceful and fair.
Good behaviour must be carefully developed and supported. We know that high self-esteem promotes good behaviour, effective learning and positive relationships. To achieve this we value emphasising potential, rewarding success and giving praise for effort and achievement, rather than focusing on shortcomings and failure.
Through the example of the adults and well-planned and stimulating learning opportunities, we believe that children will accept learning challenges and develop self-discipline.
It is the responsibility of parents to share with the school in helping their children to behave well.
We believe good behaviour means that every one in school is:
- careful and kind
- polite and friendly
- helpful to each other
- respectful and tolerant.