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We have high expectations of the children‘s behaviour. We believe that good behaviour, respect and good manners are all important in helping the  children begin to become good citizens.


We work with children to promote, develop and recognise good behaviour. Our aim is to enable our pupils to learn how to communicate their feelings, set themselves goals and work towards them, interact successfully with others, resolve conflicts peaceably, control their anger and negotiate their way through the many complex relationships in their lives.



The school has a code of behaviour - our GOLDEN RULES - which is shared with the children:


We are gentle - We don’t hurt others

We are kind and helpful - We don’t hurt anybody’s feelings

We listen - We don’t interrupt

We are honest - We don’t cover up the truth

We work hard - We don’t waste our own or others' time

We look after property - We don’t waste or damage things


We have reward systems in school to encourage and recognise good behaviour. We also have systems in place to deal with inappropriate behaviour. Serious incidents of poor behaviour are very rare at our school but will be dealt with appropriately if the need arises. Parents/Carers will be asked to become involved if necessary.


Pupils have the right to learn in a supportive, caring and safe environment without the fear of being bullied. Bullying can be physical, verbal or indirect. The school uses the following definition from the Local Authority put into child friendly language: Bullying is hurtful behaviour which is all of the following: Ongoing, Deliberate and Unequal. Bullying of any kind is unacceptable at our school. It is WRONG and will not be tolerated.


If parents/carers have any concerns we ask that, in the first instance, you come and talk to the child's class teacher, with an open mind.