The general behaviour of pupils is of great importance to the running of the school and the wellbeing of the community. Qualities of honesty, kindness and respect are constantly encouraged, whilst politeness and thought for others are regarded as the basis of relationships between pupils and teachers.
Children are expected to be responsive to discipline and observe schools rules, and parents are consulted at an early stage if a pupil’s behaviour causes concern. We take poor behaviour seriously and more details can be found here Behaviour letter January 2020
More details can be found in the Behaviour Policy and the Anti-bullying Policy, both are available on the Policies page
The exclusion of any pupil is dealt with following the procedure set out in our Exclusion Policy, which has been agreed by the Headteacher, Governing Body and the Local Authority.