With Christ as our light we work together to make our school a happy and successful place of faith, growth and learning (St George’s Mission Statement)
By this policy we aim to promote:
- a community in which each person is valued as an individual
- a school which recognises effort and achievement
- an environment conducive to effective learning
- responsibility for our own actions
Appropriate and acceptable standards of behaviour will foster:
- comfort, safety and security
- happiness and contentment
- progress and learning
- suitable patterns of conduct for future life
Code of Conduct
Our school is a community where we wish to work and play in a safe, happy and friendly atmosphere. The promotion of good behaviour will be based on high expectations and clear behavioural requirements and will incorporate:
REWARDS - which will be appropriate, varied and open to all children.
SANCTIONS - which will be appropriate, fair, consistent, minimal and progressive.
Talk to each child.
Give regular praise for effort and achievement.
Share work - with others in the class.
- with other teachers and classes.
- in Assembly.
- with Parents.
Friday Golden Playtime
We follow a step-by-step approach to loss of playtime privileges via the ‘Traffic Light’ behaviour charts in the classroom with an end of week Reward of a ‘Golden Playtime’ for those children who achieve ‘all green’.
More serious incidents are recorded in the Behaviour Log:
Sanctions for more serious incidents:
Sent or taken to the Headteacher for verbal caution.
Break-time detentions -
silently outside the Headteacher’s office or with a suitable task.
Inform parents verbally
Inform parents in writing
Request interview with parents in school
Outside agencies help
- short fixed
- longer fixed
We will always try our very best.
- act with courtesy and consideration for other people
- respect other people’s property
- care for the school, equipment and environment
- move quietly around the school
- remember when out of school, the school’s good name and reputation depend on good behaviour.
This policy is based in the principles of fairness, consistency and relevance and will be reviewed annually.
We value the support of parents in its implementation.