Pupil Behaviour Policy
Beaconsfield Primary School is a Rights Respecting School. The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) is at the heart of our policy and practice which is based on the principles of equality, dignity, respect and participation. Our behaviour policy ensures that everyone’s rights are respected, protected and promoted.
Our behaviour policy is also informed by the following key principles:
- Children need to have good behaviour modelled by the significant adults in their lives.
- Children need to be specifically taught about positive behaviour in a variety of ways e.g. PSHE lessons, assemblies, themed weeks etc.
- Pupils need positive recognition for good behaviour. This teaches children that they can get the attention they want, need and deserve by choosing good behaviour.
- When a child behaves badly we reject child's behaviour, not the child themselves.
- Good behaviour is promoted by clear expectations and systems for rewards and sanctions which are applied consistently by all adults across the school.
- Good behaviour is achieved by working in partnership with parents, carers and the wider community.
Please click here to read our Behaviour Policy in full.
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