The Governing Body and staff of the school believe that good behaviour is fundamental to success in the classroom for both children and teachers. Good behaviour results from a well planned and delivered curriculum that stimulates children to learn, be curious, ask questions, debate, and challenge themselves.
Behaviour for learning is behaviour which encourages learning to take place. Good behaviour needs to be taught, modelled and acknowledged/rewarded. Inappropriate or unacceptable behaviour needs to be sanctioned.
Children learn best in a calm and orderly environment. This can be achieved when expectations of learning and behaviour are high and consequences are explicit and applied consistently.
The school recognises that individuals have rights and responsibilities of all members of the school community, the importance of clear and consistent classroom routines which are adhered to and a culture of rewards for success are key.
Crew points earned by pupils during the week are counted by the Crew Captain pupils at the end of each week. Crew points are converted into crew ship awards for each crew ship. Totals so far this half-term are:
Winning Crew Ships
|Term||Half-Term||Crew Ship||Total number of crew ships/points|
|Autumn 2015||1||Cutty Sark|
|Autumn 2015||2||HMS Victory|
|Spring 2016||1||HMS Victory||22 ships|
|Spring 2016||2||Mary Rose||22 Ships|
|Summer 2016||1||HMS Victory||24 Ships|
Behaviour Policy & Procedures
Our Behaviour ands Attitudes Policy is written in order to inform all members of our school community of our common vision and model of good behaviour, and to provide guidance about how to achieve this vision through the use of consistent agreed strategies.