Our ‘Positive Behaviour Policy’ takes a very positive approach, with the emphasis being on recognition, praise and reward. It aims to be clear and concise, yet flexible to take into consideration the needs of different age groups and individual pupil need, to allow room for teacher's to make a professional judgement where necessary. We aim to spend the vast majority of our time praising and rewarding good behaviour, but we also feel that it is important to set out our policy on managing challenging behaviour, so that everyone can have a clear understanding of the school’s procedures.

All school staff will endeavour to be consistent in their dealing with behaviour of pupils, in order that only one message is delivered, resulting in an effective school in which pupils behave well and succeed socially, morally, spiritually and academically.

Please find below our Positive Behaviour Policy, including appendices which outline our Behaviour Expectations, epraise house point system and Levels of Behaviour Management. In addition, you will also find below a copy of our Behaviour Expectations poster which is displayed in every room within our setting for consistency in our approach.