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Behaviour

As part of this we want to praise pupils for their hard work and good moral actions  by:

•Sharing great work in best work assembly
•Sending pupils to show their work to the Headteacher or Deputy Head to receive a bright spark
•Rewarding pupils with stamps in their planner, which can be traded for prizes in the reward shop with Mrs Shaw
•Rewarding children with merits in best work assembly
•Awarding a child as star of the week

We also feel it is very important to address poor behaviour to ensure that children are able to reflect on their actions and learn from their mistakes. We address poor behaviour by:

•Moving children down on the behaviour chart for low level behaviour issues
•The use of the blue book for more serious behaviour incident such as being purposely violent, offence language directed at another person, persistently refusing to co-operate, deliberate provocation

If your child is recorded in the blue book twice a parent will be notified (parents may be notified following the first incident depending on the severity of the incident) If a child is recorded in the blue book three times in a full term then a meeting will be called with parents/ class teacher and the headteacher/ deputy head teacher to create a behaviour plan to support your child in improving their behaviour.

We would greatly appreciate your co-operation and support in dealing with behaviour issues, and believe that working co-operatively is key to developing responsible individuals.


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