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Positive Behaviour 

We believe all children have the right to play safely and securely. In keeping with the schools pastoral care policy the staff work hard to promote an atmosphere of care and respect in which the children feel secure, welcome and valued and where they take pride in their work, behaviour and achievements.

The school adopts a positive approach towards behaviour which nurtures children’s self esteem and confidence and encourages children to value one another. It promotes a strong sense of belonging and sets expectations of pupils which are consistent and appropriately high.

The school views the development of positive behaviour as part of the learning process and seeks to encourage children to develop independence and social skills and tot ale responsibility for their own behaviour.

Staff work closely with parent to develop a consistent approach and employ a range of strategies to address any challenging behaviour.

The full policy on promoting positive behaviour is available on request.

Parent Handbook
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