The Governing Body’s statement of principles which informs the Behaviour Policy.
The responsibility for the care and welfare of a child at school rests with the Principal, who relies on the teaching and support staff to deal sympathetically with day to day problems as they arise.
Our first concern is safety and children are expected to behave in a sensible manner. Children are expected to be polite, well-mannered and to act in a thinking, caring way towards each other and adults. This behaviour should be modelled by staff as well as parents when they are on the school premises.
The approach to discipline is positive. Appropriate behaviour is constantly rewarded with praise. The whole school has developed a set of simple, easy to follow rules which are:
These rules are explored with the children and used to facilitate discussions with pupils about the choices that they make in terms of their behaviour.
These support the school’s values as follows:
Sanctions are adopted for unacceptable behaviour in line with the behaviour policy. There is no place for violence, bullying, harassment (including racial or sexual), vandalism, rudeness, or bad language in the school community and these will always be discouraged.
Please click on the link below to download The Hill Primary Academy Behaviour Policy.