The school is a community in which good behaviour is based on mutual respect and consideration for others. The class teacher knows each child well and is responsible for the care of the children in their class. Particular problems are referred to the Headteacher. The values, standards and attitudes of the school community are made clear to the children by example and discussion. In our Ofsted inspection in 2013, the inspector commented that “pupil’s behaviour at all times is exemplary. Pupils are always polite, courteous and display a high level of engagement in their learning.”
We have a behaviour policy which can be viewed on our website or a hard copy is available from the school office.
If a child displays persistent anti-social behaviour, a meeting with the Headteacher and parents is arranged so that an attempt can be made to correct the matter. Corporal punishment is not used in school.