Our school's behavior principles are underpinned by ‘The Fruits of the Spirit’:
This approach is designed to support the way in which all members of our school community can live and work together. We aim to promote an environment which helps children develop into confident, well-motivated and hard working pupils who enjoy school and have a high self-esteem, and who go on to achieve their full potential. We endeavour to achieve this in many ways, but the most important include:
- being genuinely interested and concerned for all the children and staff in our school;
- recognising and praising the many positive qualities our children can show;
- holding the belief that a child’s self image, can change in a positive way through seeing and feeling their successes;
- always being willing to take the time to help the children feel better about themselves and to listen seriously to any of their concerns.
Our school rules are:
- Be gentle and kind to one another;
- concentrate on our learning and always do our best;
- support other children in our learning by being calm and sensible in school;
- be polite and respectful to everyone;
- listen and do as we are asked;
- tell the truth;
- take care of our school and things that belong to ourselves and others.