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Good to be Green

Pupils' behaviour and attitudes to learning are outstanding. Pupils enjoy the Good to be Green system,  they say it helps them think twice about what they do.' Ofsted September 2014

 

 

A positive attitude to discipline is encouraged with the aim of developing self‑discipline.  School rules are developed with the children and kept to the minimum necessary for safe, orderly and respectful conduct throughout the school.  The children are informed clearly of the reason for the behaviour required of them.  They are repeatedly praised for good behaviour and sanctions are applied when they do not conform. 

Parents are requested to support the school in helping their children attain self‑discipline.  Whenever there is cause for concern about a child's behaviour, parents are informed and their co‑operation is sought in order to resolve the problem.

The school has a positive attitude towards conduct and, as a Catholic school, politeness, good manners and respect for other people and their property are expected at all times.

 

Good to be Green

The school operates a whole school positive behaviour scheme using green, yellow and red cards.  The aim of the scheme is for every child to be on a green card.  Yellow cards are warning cards and red cards are consequence cards.  Weekly, termly and annual rewards are given to those children who stay on green.  

 

Please see below for the Good to be Green policy: