Behaviour in school

"Pupils' behaviour and personal development are a strength of the the school. Pupils are polite, well mannered and have a lovely sense of fun." Ofsted (2018)  We encourage positive behaviour in our school and our expectations are high. We expect our children to treat each other and all adults and visitors to the school with respect and courtesy. We expect that in light of our distinctive Christian character that saying sorry and the act of forgiveness are  intrinsic in the development of positive behaviour. 

We abide by the clear message that "In this school we are kind and we show respect."

Our rules are minimal but are written with the school council and the whole school so that everyone can recognise their responsibility in keeping those rules. We know that rules show us how to behave in school and how to make school a safe and harmonious place to be.

The rules are:

  • Keep your hands and feet and unkind thoughts and words to yourself
  • Look after school property and organise your possessions

  • Always try your best

  • Be kind to others

Read our statement of behavioural principles here:

Please click below for our current Positive behaviour policy.