At St George's we love, learn and live in the light of Christ (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.
We value the support of parents in its implementation.