A copy of the Behaviour Policy can be accessed on our School Policies website page on the below link: School Policies
Promote a positive climate and learning culture within school
Provide a safe school environment for all
Develop an understanding of what appropriate behaviours are
Define a framework for rewarding success and de-escalating negative behaviours
Promote self-esteem, self-regulation and positive relationships with all staff members
Involve parents/carers, pupils and staff in the application of this policy and establish strong communication
The expectation of children is that they will follow the Forest Promise:
Be the best that YOU can be
The expectation of adults is that they will:
Consistently apply the Behaviour Policy fairly, without favour and actively model appropriate behaviours
Encourage, praise and listen to children
Establish a culture of positive rewards whilst monitoring a consistent approach across school
Celebrate positive behaviour and instil a sense of pride in those pupils achieving this
Have high expectations of children’s attitudes to learning, play and transitions through school
Collaborate with team members in order to uphold and maintain high standards of behaviour at all times
Ensure that classroom practice fosters cooperation and collaboration (learning by doing, rather than learning by do not).
Keep a record of all incidents of serious or gross misconduct (see Appendix 1) and ensure that the Head teacher and parents/carers are informed of any such incidents within that same day.
Consistently implement the language of choice to de-escalate situations and incidents (see Appendix 2).
Develop and maintain Individual Behaviour Plans for pupils who present consistently unacceptable behaviours.
Communicate effectively with parents/carers