Managing Pupil's Behaviour
Core Principles and Values
- The belief that the education and success of all students is of equal value
- All students should be Respectful, Responsible & Safe around the Academy
- Celebration of diversity in gender, race, creed and ability, by providing quality teaching to raise standards and equalise life choices
- A belief that bullying in any form is completely unacceptable and will always be taken very seriously
- Respect for the dignity of ourselves and others
- Recognition that all members of our community have rights, with complementary responsibilities
- Recognition that all students may experience difficulties because of events such as bereavement and family problems. As with students who have special educational, physical or emotional needs, the Academy should provide support to ensure that a disproportionate number of behaviour issues do not arise from these more vulnerable students.
- A commitment to developing individual potential and autonomy both inside and outside the classroom.
- The belief that students learn best in a safe and nurturing environment, which promotes a sense of belonging.
- A recognition that high student self-esteem and aspiration are essential to success and are best encouraged in a community that celebrates all that is positive.
- Recognition that the success of any academy policy depends on the understanding and support of parents and as such, should be shared with them and their commitment to it sought.
- Relationships are created and maintained between all young people and adults & Restorative Justice (RJ) will be used when relationships break down.
- The Behaviour Policy will be applied consistently and fairly across the whole school.
Remind, Warn and Remove is the underpinning, consistent sanctioning process on which behavior is managed on a daily basis.
This a simple direction from the classroom teacher that the behaviour of the student is not appropriate and they should stop whatever they are doing. This is not recorded.
This is recorded on Class Charts for further anlysis. Students are informed about this and given a further choice and reminded that continuation of poor behaviours for learning will result in removal. Teachers may choose to issue a sanction at this point too.
This is recorded on Class Charts and students will be expected to attend a same night sanction of 30 minutes to discuss the behaviour with the member of staff.
Our Behaviour Management System ClassCharts