Behaviour and Discipline
We are proud of the calm, friendly, welcoming atmosphere of this school and of the relationships between staff, pupils and carers.
We feel that it is important for children to strive for high standards both academically and socially. Through discussions incorporated into the curriculum and highlighted in assemblies, pupils are encouraged to consider what should be appropriate behaviour in the school context.
The following simple rule is displayed in each classroom:
We should all try to:
- behave sensibly at all times;
- care for others.
The school has policies on behaviour, attendance and equality. Each child is encouraged to understand the school’s rules and how and why they apply to them.
Pupils are encouraged to:
- Show respect for the work and opinions of others
- Behave appropriately in class so that they and others can work effectively
- Be punctual
- Come suitably dressed for school
- Be polite and courteous at all times
- Never hit or hurt anyone
- Walk, not run, in school
- Keep the school tidy
- Safeguarding Child Protection v16B DRAFT
- Attendance v10
- Behaviour Policy Version 16
- Complaints Policy
- Special Educational Needs Policy v15
- SEN information report – local offer
- Accessibility Plan
- Online Safety Policy v7
- Equality Policy (Single) v5
- Charging and Remissions Policy Version v11
- School Funding Agreement
- Memorandum of Association
Link to the St Edmundsbury and Ipswich MAT policy page is below (including health, safety and welfare, HR and data protection)
From 25th May 2018 The General Data Protection Regulation applies. Our Data Protection Policy can be found on the St Edmundsbury and Ipswich MAT policy page please click here and below is our Privacy Notice:
Our Data Protection Officer: Sian Durrant
Landline: 01473 260741