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Church of England Primary School

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Barwick-in-Elmet

Church of England Primary School

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Our Behaviour Strategies

An effective discipline policy is one that seeks to lead pupils towards high self-esteem and self-discipline. Consequently, good discipline arises from relationships built on trust and respect and from setting expectations of good behaviour. We believe that self-esteem affects all thinking and behaviour and impacts on learning and performance. We aim to provide positive everyday experiences so that our pupils are more likely to reach their full potential. We believe that celebrating success helps pupils to achieve and succeed therefore we endorse the use of praise and a system of rewards to encourage good behaviour than blaming and punishing. We use a positive system of rewards to increase pupil’s self-esteem and help them to achieve more.

 

As part of our class based behaviour strategies we use Recognition Boards. Recognition Boards will be used to encourage social or learning behaviours.  For example, ‘One voice’, ‘kind words’ or ‘over and above’.  Adults or children in the class can nominate names for the board. There is emphasis on children working together as a team to get everyone’s name on the board. Once a child joins the board their name is not removed. There are no material prize for class competition - we celebrate with whole class cheers or ’whoops’

Behaviour Policy (under review September 2022)

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  • Whole School 94.8%
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  • Year 1 100%
  • Year 2 94.2%
  • Year 3 96.8%
  • Year 4 92.7%
  • Year 5 93.1%
  • Year 6 95.2%
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