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Behaviour

Raysfield primary School is a welcoming, friendly place where positive attitudes towards good behaviour and learning are encouraged. Children are given opportunities to acquire self-discipline and high standards of conduct in a safe, secure environment.

Children are taught positive behaviour with the main emphasis on the positive aspects of praise and reward. Our children are taught the key aspects through PHSE lessons, circle times and school assemblies. 

In class learning situations there will be a good working atmosphere, making it possible for everyone to benefit from the learning situation. The movement of children and adults around the school should be in a calm, quiet and orderly manner, showing proper  respect for others. In the school buildings there should never be any running, pushing or shouting. In crowded areas – stairs, corridors etc., everyone should keep to the left.

Verbal communication should be in a calm and polite manner, with proper emphasis on courtesy and respect for feelings of others and their point of view. Support for the behaviour policy by parents is essential for it to work effectively. Parents and children are asked to sign the “Home/school agreement” agreeing to support the implementation of the policy. Every adult in school has a responsibility to set an example of the highest standard.

Please view our Behaviour Policy.