Our 3 School Rules
Ready, Respectful, Safe
Below are some examples of how pupils can demonstrate that they are ready.
- School uniform is to be worn at all possible times unless parents have been notified. For example; non-uniform day, dress up day, book week or Residential weekend.
- PE. kit should consist of shorts, coloured T-shirt and pumps and should be in school ready for lessons. For outdoor sessions, trainers and track suits can be worn. No football or rugby tops are allowed.
- Jewellery should not be worn in school this includes stud earrings.
- No False nails or nail varnish.
- No make-up.
- Only conservative hairstyles are permitted in school. No Mohican styles or shaved patterns. Large/elaborate hair accessories are not permitted.
- Homework should be completed.
- Remembering your username and password.
- Pupils need to have all the necessary resources such as their daily reading book.
- Pupils need to be ready for the transition points throughout the day.
- Pupils must demonstrate a positive attitude towards their learning.
- Sweets, chewing gum and fizzy drinks are not allowed in school.
- Collectable stickers are not permitted in school. For example, football, wrestling etc.
Below are some examples of how pupils can demonstrate that they are respectful.
- Respect yourselves by always being the best you can be.
- Walk quietly around school.
- Speaks to all members of the school community and visitors in a respectful manner.
- Respect peoples personal space.
- Be respectful of school and other pupils’ property.
- To stand up when the Headteacher enters a classroom.
- Respect the games people play.
- Keep the classrooms, toilets and cloakrooms tidy.
- Looking after our computer equipment and other digital resources.
- Leaving your computer work-space tidy for the next person to use.
- Keep the grounds clean and tidy.
- Not hurting other children physically or verbally.
- Not disrupting the work of other children or the classroom environment.
- Obeying the instructions of (any adult in a position of responsibility).
- Not being verbally insolence and swearing..
Below are some examples of how pupils can demonstrate that they are safe.
- No fighting, pushing, kicking.
- No running in the corridors.
- No rough play such as wrestling.
- Walk on the left.
- No swinging on your chair.
- Adult instruction must be followed.
- Logging out at the end of a computing lesson.
- No child should be indoors during playtime or lunchtime without a teacher’s permission and even then he or she must be supervised.
All positive and negative behaviour are logged on Class Charts from Reception to Year 6. Parents/ carers are provided with a log in to see their child’s daily record.
Points earned can be cashed in.
Behaviour - Further Information
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