School Ethos

The relationship between pupil and teacher is similar to that between child and his or her own parent, requiring mutual respect on both sides. Pupils will be encouraged to follow the school Code of Conduct at all times.

It is essential that there is a whole school approach to promoting positive behaviour – all members of staff including non-teaching staff are responsible for this.  Children are praised and rewarded for demonstrating positive behaviour.  Our new "Magics" are proving very popular!

In order to encourage good behaviour and a positive attitude each teacher provides learning activities suited to the children thus avoiding boredom or frustration within the classroom. 

The school has policies on promoting positive behaviour, anti-bullying and care and welfare.

The support of parents is vital and we will discuss any concerns we may have as early as possible, in order to work together to support your child's progress.

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