We see good behaviour as a means of ensuring all members of the school community feel safe and happy and we take a positive approach to supporting children in developing good behaviour and attitudes. We teach our children about their rights but we take care to ensure that they also understand their responsibilities. We expect appropriate behaviour in class, the play-ground, at school functions and in the community at large.
Children are made aware that disruptive and anti-social behaviour towards other children or adults is not tolerated and this includes all forms of bullying, swearing and discriminatory remarks. If children misbehave, consequences may include loss of privileges and, as far as possible, providing the child with the opportunity to put right the wrong that has been done. We will always try to work in partnership with parents and where necessary other agencies to support children who may be experiencing difficulties.