(1.1) Understanding polices and procedures for promoting children and young people’s behaviour.
When managing pupils behaviour, all staff are made aware of the school’s behaviour policy.(A brief summary is attached) Every class has a copy which includes anti-bullying and child protection. There is also a Health and Safety policy which is available from the schools office. (brief copy attached)
The school’s behaviour policy is important as it gives guidelines to all staff on how they can manage pupil behaviour. Class rules are set out in each classroom in a positive way that pupils understand, generally these are made by the children themselves, positive behaviour is recognised on a daily basis within the classroom on different levels. Pupils are praised and rewarded regulary for their behaviour, efforts and achievements. Sanctions are applied frequently are are applied depending on the age of the child, this could range from moving their name on a board, missing playtime, white card, being sent to headteachers office, or parents being spoken to. All staff can give rewards and sanctions although special certificates are generally given by one of the head teachers in a special assembley. As well as individual rewards, whole classes are also rewarded for things like attendance and lining up, This can range from extra play, to a trip to the Imax cinema. Sanctions are not given to whole classes but the rewards are enough to encourage classes to do well.
(1.2 a,b,c,d) How policies and procedures of the setting support children and young people.
Feel Safe The school provides a safe environment for all pupils to learn in, health and safety are paramount importance to all adults who work within our school.
Make a positive contribution The schools aim is to develop, encourage and maintain responsible,