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1 The school is a community: we expect every member of our community to behave in such a way that others feel valued and respected. The aim of this policy is to: Ensure a pleasant and purposeful learning environment for all members of school. To create a community in which each member is respected and encouraged to reach their full potential. To be a community in which the values of integrity, compassion and tolerance are fostered. To provide a secure framework in which pupils can grow towards independence and self-discipline and take their place responsibly in the society. Expectation of Pupils Pupils are expected in a Code of Conduct to: At all times in all places act in a responsible, civilised and courteous manner. Show willingness to work and to learn By attitude and behaviour make it easy for everyone to learn Have tolerance, honesty, integrity and respect for others Maintain the school s excellent reputation Behave well both within school and travelling to and from school Maintain a high standard of personal appearance. Give time to the environment, keeping the school clean and tidy Do their homework thoroughly and promptly Realise that safety and health are important and to obey the regulations to stay within school grounds unless they have written permission to go out Rights and Responsibilities We aim to create an environment in which all pupils and staff enjoy equality of opportunity regardless of age, gender, ethnicity or religion. Every pupil is entitled to be safe and happy at school and each student has a right to: A supportive learning environment Be treated with respect as an individual Be free from harassment, victimisation or bullying, both inside school or on school activities Have their personality, gender, sexuality, culture, race, religious and political beliefs respected Support from the school authority to uphold these rights In order to protect the rights of others, every pupil has a responsibility to: Respect and uphold these rights for every member of the school community Act at all times in a tolerant, civilised and sensitive manner. Practice All pupils are to obey the school rules and be aware of the code of conduct Regulations concerning safety, property, uniform and aspects of daily life are known to all pupils and parents

2 Pupils whose attitude, behaviour or work is very good will be given a House Point, Effort or Achievement mark a Head Teacher s Award or Pupil of the Week award. Pupils whose attitude or behaviour contravenes the code of conduct are given a sanction. REWARDS AND SANCTIONS Positive behaviour and constant regard for self-esteem and pupil confidence are encouraged and acknowledged. All staff should maintain high expectations for good behaviour; apply the school policy and procedures consistently; and set an example of calm, polite and friendly relationships. PRE-PREP Rewards Pupils who produce work of a very high standard are rewarded with an achievement mark. Pupils who always work to the best of their ability on a set task are rewarded with an effort mark. These are recorded on a chart in the classroom. At the end of term, the pupils in each form with the most effort and achievements marks are awarded a certificate. Staff will ensure that clear guidelines are given for every piece of work set and that pupils know what is expected of them. All pupils are encouraged to take pride in their work and take care in the presentation and appearance of all pieces whether written, drawn, or typed. Pupils who produce work below the expected standard will be expected to repeat the piece of work making the necessary improvements. Pupils are rewarded House Points for good behaviour and any non-academic achievements. These can include sporting, musical, speech and drama. Pupils who are particularly courteous, polite and well-mannered may also be awarded House Points and all staff are able to award as they see appropriate. Withdrawal of House Points is not used as a sanction. House points are placed on the house chart and are regularly checked by the House Captains. At the end of each term the House with the most points is awarded the House Merit Trophy. The Pre-Prep also run a Golden Award assembly every Friday. Pupils are mentioned in the Golden Book and given an award for any work or behaviour of particular merit during that week. Pupil of the Week Pupils are nominated for this award which is presented in the weekly celebration assembly. Pupil of the Week is presented for good attitude to work and school life and good actions. Sanctions Pupils who do not behave appropriately in accordance with the Behaviour and Good Conduct policy will be corrected immediately using the following procedures. All sanctions should be fair, open and humane. The aim is to instil a desire for self-discipline and mutual

3 respect for everyone in the school community. Any pupil who is struggling to manage their behaviour is encouraged to speak to their form teacher or any other member of staff who will be able to support them with appropriate strategies. The school will endeavour to manage the child s behaviour and work together with parents to provide a satisfactory conclusion. Procedure One Plan for Dealing with Inappropriate Behaviour in the Classroom. At the beginning of each academic year the children discuss rules for appropriate behaviour within the class. These rules form a code of conduct which the children write as a whole and which is displayed all around the class. The code of conduct can be referred to as necessary. Due to the fact that the children are aware of the expectations of behaviour we are able to use a system called One, Two, Three Magic. This involves the child being given a One when they begin to misbehave, teachers do not need to enter into any discussion or negotiation and are able to move on with the lesson without disruption. If a child gets to a Three they receive a red card and the following plan is followed. However, for the majority of cases the children regulate their behaviour before a red card needs to be issued. 1. If a child has received a red card, following their third warning, the child has to take their red card to the Pre-Prep Co-ordinator and this is recorded in the red card log book. 2. Depending upon the behaviour, it might be necessary for the child to stay with the Pre-Prep Co-ordinator for some time to think. Appropriate apologies are made. 3. The child has some time out during the following play or lunch time, with a member of the duty staff or the Pre-Prep Co-ordinator, when they are expected to think about their behaviour. 4. If the behaviour does not improve, the Pre-Prep Co-ordinator will take the child to the Head of Prep. 5. If there is a pattern of bad behaviour, the class teacher will discuss their concerns with the Head of Prep and will use their judgement to decide upon a suitable course of action and when and how to involve parents. 6. An action plan will be drawn up to monitor the pupil s behaviour over a period of time, depending upon the individual child. A review meeting will be held with parents and the child to acknowledge improvements and to review the situation and course of action. If a child s behaviour is dangerous, or violent, they should be taken immediately to the Pre-Prep Co-ordinator. If behaviour causes injury or physical marks to other children, staff or school property, a written record and an incident is to be completed and parents must be informed on the same day. Procedure Two Plan for Dealing with Inappropriate Behaviour in the Playground. One, Two, Three Magic can also be used to regulate behaviour outside. 1. When disputes arise, all children involved should be given a chance to explain their case without interruption. They should be encouraged to find a solution. No blame should be given to one child more than another until the facts have been determined.

4 PREP BEHAVIOUR AND GOOD CONDUCT POLICY 2. Following an incident, those involved need to be monitored to check that the situation has been sorted out. 3. If any of the children are unhappy suggest that they play next to staff 4. If a child continues to misbehave they will be given a red card and taken to the Pre-Prep Co-ordinator. The incident will be logged in the red card log book and the child given thinking time. 5. If the behaviour does not improve the Pre-Prep Co-ordinator will take the child to the Head of Prep. 6. If a child has been given a red card the member of staff who has issued the red card has a duty to inform the class teacher as well as the Pre-Prep Co-ordinator. 7. If there is a pattern of bad behaviour, the class teacher will discuss their concerns with the Head of Prep and will use their judgement to decide upon a suitable course of action and when and how to involve parents. 8. An action plan will be drawn up to monitor the pupil s behaviour over a period of time, depending upon the individual child. A review meeting will be held with parents and the child to acknowledge improvements and to review the situation and course of action. If a child s behaviour is dangerous, or violent, they should be immediately removed from the playground and taken to the Pre-Prep Co-ordinator. If behaviour causes injury or physical marks to other children, staff or school property, a written record and an incident is to be completed and parents must be informed on the same day. Rewards Celebration Assembly Pupil/Musician/Sportsperson of the Week, Pupils are nominated for this award which is presented in the weekly celebration assembly. Pupil of the Week is presented for good attitude to work and school life and good actions. Pupils are also rewarded for music and sporting achievements. Head teacher s Awards are also presented in this assembly. Pupils are sent to the head teacher if they have produced some outstanding work or their actions have been outstanding. Head Teacher and pupil discuss the award and it is presented the following week. Awards are displayed on the digital display boards for the week throughout the school. Effort and achievement Pupils are given effort and achievement marks for work by the teacher. These are recorded on a list displayed in each form room. At the end of each term the pupils from each class who have gained the most marks in either effort or achievement are presented with a certificate in a celebratory assembly. This culminates in Presentation Assemblies at the end of the year to which parents are invited. House Points Pupils are given house points by any members of staff. They are given for good behaviour, generosity, thoughtfulness, taking part in extra curricula activities and house competitions. House points are recorded on charts situated in each building. At the end of every term the winning house is presented with a cup in the celebratory assembly. Sanctions

5 Pupils who do not behave appropriately in accordance with the Behaviour and Good Conduct policy will be corrected immediately using the following procedures. All sanctions should be fair, open and humane. The aim is to instil a desire for self-discipline and mutual respect for everyone in the school community. Any pupil who is struggling to manage their behaviour is encouraged to speak to their form teacher or any other member of staff who will be able to support them with appropriate strategies. The school will endeavour to manage the child s behaviour and work together with parents to provide a satisfactory conclusion. Aims and Objectives 1. Provide a calm, safe environment in which all pupils can achieve their very best. 2. Recognise that each child is an individual with their own needs raising their selfesteem and confidence. 3. Promote respectful and thoughtful behaviour between all members of the school community. 4. Promote independent self-discipline in our pupils and encourage them to accept responsibility for their own behaviour. 5. Employ a consistent approach to behaviour throughout the school 6. Involve parents in the good behaviour of their children and encourage them to support our code of conduct. Sanctions There is a separate policy for pupils who persistently do not complete their work in class or persistently produce work that is not up to the desired standard. This will result in a pupil being asked to repeat the work at home in their own time. If a child misbehaves in school, the following procedure is used. A warning is given, with a clear indication that a repeat of the behaviour will result in a Yellow Card If the behaviour is repeated, the children are shown a Yellow Card and this will be recorded in their Prep Book. The form teacher will be notified when it is recorded in SIMS. If the behavior is repeated again, a Red Card is issued and the child will report to the Head of prep. If a child receives three Red Cards in a week, then they will attend detention run by a member of the Prep Leadership Team on Thursday lunchtime. Clubs during this instance will be forfeited. This must be recorded in the detention file in the shared area. (Pastoral care, pupil and parent communication.) Depending on the severity of the behaviour, the prep Team will then decide whether parents need to be contacted (For unsatisfactory work, please consult the Procedure for Unsatisfactory Work.) If no improvement follows, at the discretion of the Head, a pupil can be placed on a morning/after school detention and parents are brought in to seek their help in correcting poor behaviour Parents are informed of this in writing. Withdrawing a pupil from their privileges may be necessary either for the safety of the activity or as a punishment. GDST policy applies to any serious breach of discipline. Unsatisfactory work dealt with by the procedure for unsatisfactory work policy.

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