The vast majority of students behave very well and are a credit to the school and their families. The school reports regularly on standards of behaviour and effort, but also contacts parents/carers directly to flag up any concerns or note particular achievements.

The school takes a range of different actions to promote high standards of behaviour including:

  • rewards and recognition of good behaviour and positive learning attitudes
  • sanctions where students do not meet the high expectations of the school
  • support strategies for students whose behaviour needs longer term intervention

Behaviour Policy

The school has a clear policy which states:

  • its expectation of behaviour for students
  • the ways in which the school supports and develops good behaviour
  • the steps that parents/carers can take to support their child’s progress in the school

A full copy of this policy is available on the school website or by clicking here.

If you would like more details, please contact Amanda Cawood on [email protected]