Behaviour for Learning

These are the measures determined by the headteacher under section 89 of the Education and Inspections Act of 2006

Behaviour for Learning Policy

Anti-Bullying Policy

Team Teach

Our school has a happy, tolerant learning atmosphere. Teachers expect high standards of behaviours for learning based on our detailed knowledge of the child’s social strengths and challenges. Pupils are taught to respect all other people, adults and children, understanding that they will always be treated fairly, which may sometimes mean differently, depending on need. 

Children are expected to be responsible for their actions around the school to enable them to feel they have a part to play in its smooth running.

School follows the THIINK guidance for behaviours:

Before you act on something, THINK! Is it:

  • True?
  • Helpful?
  • Inspiring?
  • Necessary?
  • Kind?

We are an anti-bullying school.  If there is a concern re: behaviours, we will follow the procedures in our anti-bullying and behaviour for learning policies. 



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