Behaviour

A Guide to Behaviour

Our Rules:

 
  •  Show care and respect
  •  Do your best
  •  Play safely
  •  Make healthy choices
 

 

A Guide to the Stages

 

Stage 1/Stage 2

If you choose to not follow the school rules you may be given a stage 1 (Yellow slip – miss 5-10mins) or a stage 2 (blue slip – miss 10-15mins) as a consequence. At times your teacher may give you a verbal warning before giving you the stage, this is dependent on how you are behaving.

E.g.

· Calling out in lesson- your teacher will remind you how you should behave but if you continue to call out a stage will be given.

·  Lying to an adult you will not receive a warning; instead you will be given a stage straight away.

If you repeat Stage 1 behaviour during the same lesson you will be given a Stage 2 (Blue slip) and miss 10-15 mins of break time.

At break time you will go to the classroom for that day with your slip. You will take your tuck to eat outside after your time in. 

Your parents will be informed of each stage via Connect Ed/Text

 

Stage 3

You will be sent to the Deputy Head Teacher or Assistant Head Teacher and after investigation they may give you a Stage 3 (red slip) and you will miss the next 3-5 playtimes. You will also not be allowed to go to any clubs, school trips or represent the school for 3-5 days

Your parents will be informed via telephone call if you receive a Stage 3

 

Stage 4

You will be taken to Head Teacher or Deputy Head Teacher you will decide if you are to have one of the following:

  • To miss 5 morning breaks and lunch times – alternative breaks will be provided
  • To have an Internal Exclusion where you will work away from you class for 1 or more days

For both of these you will not be allowed to go to any clubs, school trips or represent the school for 5 days

· To be excluded from school for one or more day. All privileges will be taken away.

For Stage 4 parents will be informed by telephone call and letter and they will have a meeting with the Head Teacher or Deputy Head Teacher

 

Lunchtime behaviour

Green card - If you are not feeling very well, have something on their mind and want to chat to an adult about it or if you just feel you would benefit from being in the calm room they must get a green card from your class Midday Supervisor and you may go to the calm room, explain why they are there and do some activities.

 

Calm Pass – If you are not doing as asked by a Midday Supervisor you will be given a calm pass and asked to go to the calm room for 5/10 mins for some ‘time out’,  you can also request a calm pass if you think you need some ‘time out’

 

Red Card – If you are breaking a school rule a Midday Supervisor will give you a red card and you will be taken to the calm room where you will discuss the problem and stay there for the rest of that lunchtime.  Your class teacher and possibly one of the Senior Leadership Team will be informed. It may be decided that you will miss the following day’s lunchtime also. If you refuse to go to the calm room with the Midday Supervisor then one of the Senior Leadership Team will be sent for to take you there.

Calm room – Y3/4 – Top classroom                     Y5/6 – Group room

 

Your parents will be informed via Connect Ed/Text of any red card given


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