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Behaviour Policy

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Good behaviour in schools is fundamental in order to create an environment of excellence and a culture of aspiration in all school activities.

Good behaviour enables all members of the school community to focus on learning and to be able to thrive in an atmosphere of respect and compassion.

It is expected that:

Headteachers are responsible for developing a behaviour policy for their establishment, and this should be available on the school website. The policy should outline how the school praises and rewards learners for good behaviour and positive contributions to the school community as well as the school rules and any consequences for poor behaviour. In order to maintain a positive learning environment for all members of the school community, the policy must establish the standards of behaviour expected of learners at the school, on visits and trips and school transport. The policy should also outline how those standards will be achieved.

The policy also covers the following topics:

A copy of the Policy Directive is available in the downloads section of this page.

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