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Governors core behaviour principles

Core Behaviour Principles


· All children and adults have the right to feel safe, secure and cared for.

· Children and adults should do their upmost to apply the school values, especially in their work and behaviour.

· The Governors would like to see that school rewards are consistently and fairly applied and that they encourage good behaviour for learning and good behaviour around the school

· Sanctions must also be applied fairly, consistently, proportionally and reasonably, taking in to account SEND, disability and the needs of vulnerable children and offering support as necessary

· A child’s individual needs should not be prioritised above the safety, welfare or education of the majority.

· The Governors feel that exclusions, particularly those that are permanent, must only be used as the very last resort

· We believe in an inclusive environment where all children and adults are valued in a positive learning environment.

· We embrace diversity and promote equality of opportunity.

· The school must have an age appropriate Home-School agreement which sets out the responsibilities of the school, child and parent.

· We work with parents and carers to understand children and their circumstances in order to ensure our school is an inclusive school

· The Governors expect pupils and parents to cooperate to maintain an orderly climate

· The Governors wish to emphasise that violence, threatening behaviour or abuse by parents or pupils towards the school staff will not be tolerated

· The governors will not tolerate any form of bullying. Where this occurs, children should be given the opportunity and the support to express regret, forgiveness and reconciliation


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