The purpose of this policy is to achieve the highest possible standards of positive behaviour within Dersingham VA Primary and Nursery School.
To create an environment which encourages and reinforces good behaviour.
Ensure that our school is a place where everyone feels happy, safe, valued and respected.
Nurture sensitive relationships between our school, families and others who support us.
Have fun and enjoy learning in a meaningful way
To have clearly defined standards of acceptable behaviour.
To encourage consistency of response to both positive and negative behaviours.
To promote self esteem, self-discipline and positive relationships.
To ensure that our expectations and strategies are known and understood by staff, governors and parents.
Ensure the PSE scheme of work provides opportunity for discussion that helps children cope with situations as they arise.
To develop a partnership with parents to enable us to make a joint contribution to the lives of the children as happy and valued members of the school, their families and their community;
To encourage children to be able to consider the need for good behaviour within the context of the Christian faith, specifically that Christians are to love God and love their neighbours and that the idea of forgiveness is central to the Christian faith.
AVAILABILITY OF POLICY
Positive Behaviour Policy
The Behaviour Policy is available to staff, parents, children and governors in the following places:
On the website
Copies can be obtained from the school office
Upon request from a member of teaching staff
The availability of this policy is made explicit to children in termly assembles where the policy is shared in an appropriate way with all children and adults working in school. It is also referenced in the school brochure to ensure all adults can obtain it should they wish to.
STANDARDS OF BEHAVIOUR:
Within Dersingham VA Primary and Nursery School we have a central role in our pupils’ social and moral development, which is as crucial as our academic and creative goals. The children bring to school a wide variety of behaviour patterns based on differences in home values, attitudes and parenting skills. At school we must work towards standards of behaviour based on basic principles of honesty, respect, consideration and responsibility.
The adults in our school have an important role in modelling high standards of behaviour, both in their dealings with the children and with each other, as their example has an important influence on the children.
As adults we aim to:
Create a positive climate with realistic expectations.
Emphasise the importance of being valued as an individual within the group.
Promote, through example, honesty, respect and courtesy.
Provide a caring and effective learning environment.
Encourage relationships based on kindness, respect and understanding of the needs of others.
Ensure fair treatment for all regardless of age, gender, race, ability and disability.
Show appreciation of the efforts and contribution of all.