Pupils are encouraged to develop a sense of pride in our school, and a sense of belonging to the school community. Pupils are reminded that they are not only part of this school and their local area, but also they belong to a wider community, both national and international. That wider community is made up of a variety of people from different cultures and ethnic backgrounds, with different religious beliefs, and from differing socio-economic groups. All of us have equal value, share common interests, and should both respect and be respected by others.
Pupils will be expected to:
When pupils find it difficult to meet the social expectations outlined above they have an individual plan written which identifies the triggers which they find difficult to deal with as well as how we can support them to understand how to make the right choices. Approaches used with individual children are fully discussed with parents, and recorded in a Positive Handling Plan.
Physical punishment is not permissible under any circumstances.