Rules Around School
We believe that positive reinforcement of appropriate behaviour is the best way to encourage good standards of behaviour. As our children progress through the school they should begin to acquire a set of Christian moral values, on which their own behaviour is based, such as honesty, sincerity, personal discipline, kindness, consideration and responsibility, to be tolerant to others, respecting their feelings, views and property. We praise and reward children for good behaviour in a variety of ways; in class –teachers devise and use their own selection of reward systems.
From September 2020 will adapt our whole school approach based on input from stakeholders. Teachers will give stars using J2Stars.
J2stars will be used to reward children who, during the school day, display our school virtues, Skills Builder skills and for promoting the UNICEF rights. At the end of each half term, the five children in each class with the most stars will receive a prize. Stars will be reset at the beginning of each half term. Children will only be awarded stars by staff in their class.
Teachers will also continue to consider the following when awarding stars to children
- Turn up to school and be on time
- Be wearing the full school uniform smartly throughout the day
- Complete any homework requested and hand it in on time
- Demonstrate excellent behaviour throughout the entire day including playtime and lunchtime
- Have their planner signed by an adult at home every day
- Remember to have the correct PE kit for any PE lessons
House points will be used to reward general good behaviour, in the classroom and around school. These can be given verbally or through written feedback by any member of staff. House points will be counted weekly and announced in Friday's assembly. The weekly results will be totalled and at the end of the year, one house will be crowned winners. Children can be given house points by any member of staff in school.
Think of others
Dining Hall Rules
We queue calmly.
We stay in our seat.
We face the table.
We use our indoor voices.
We keep food on the plate.
We finish our food before leaving.
We clean up after we have finished and leave the table as we would like to find it.
Our Caring Playground Rules
We play together and look after each other.
We follow instructions the first time, given by an adult.
We play without fighting, play fighting or being rough.
We use kind words and actions towards each other.
We call other children by their real names.
We are polite to everyone.