Classroom Behaviour Expectations
We want all of our community to have equal opportunities to experience life in all its fullness.
We encourage all community members to “be the best that we can be in every aspect of our lives as we grow in the Christian virtues of Faith, Hope and Love” so that they can go on to contribute to and serve the wider community.
(1 Corinthians 13)
Our vision is that children, through our nurturing support and positive behaviour management strategies:
- are empowered to take control of their own learning and behaviour to persevere through faith in their potential
- have hope to aspire to change themselves and the world for the better through their behaviours
- love through unselfish love for one another, reflecting God’s love for us.
- Children are awarded Class Dojos in class for showing our school values
- A Headteacher’s certificate will be used to celebrate the collection of Dojo value points. These will be awarded by the Headteacher or Assistant Headteacher in the Friday celebration collective worship. The following certificates will be awarded for points collected:
- 100 points = Headteacher’s Bronze Award
- 200 points = Headteacher’s Silver Award
- 300 points = Headteacher’s Gold Award
Wonderful Work and Shining Stars
- A certificate is given out weekly by the Headteacher to celebrate an individual's contribution
- A Wonderful Work certificate is awarded to celebrate an excellent piece of work a child has produced in any curriculum subject
- A Shining Star certificate is awarded to celebrate excellent behaviour or contribution in class
School Council Certificate
- The School Council will award a half termly certificate to a member of their class for exemplifying the school’s vision.
Traffic Light System
- A class traffic light system is in place in classrooms for when children are not following the rules. All children start on green at the beginning of each day
- Moving to red will result in a 5-minute think time in class
- If the child continues to not follow the rules then it will result in a 15-minute think time, which parents will be informed of
- If a child receives three 15-minute think sheets over a two week period a meeting will be arranged between the parent and the class teacher