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Nurturing Achievement: Growing and learning together

Welcome to Battyeford CE (VC) Primary

Expectations for pupils’ behaviour and conduct are consistently high.Lessons are focused and this is reflected in pupils’ good attitudes to learning. Pupils are proud of their school and are courteous and confident to engage in conversation. They listen well to adults and their peers, and show respect for the views of others. Attainment at the end of key stage 1 has been consistently good for the last three years and has steadily increased in KS2 and is now above the national average in reading, writing and mathematics. Ofsted 2017


Behaviour and Discipline


At Battyeford School we believe:
• all children have the right to be safe and happy in school
• all children have the right to the best possible education to enable them to
reach their full potential
• that the promotion of positive behaviour management is a partnership
between school, pupils and parents/carers
• that all members of that partnership deserve to be treated fairly, listened to
and valued as individuals

Our Aims are:
• to promote a positive ethos and climate in the school
• encourage children to take responsibility for their own behaviour
• ensure that rewards are equitable and consequences are consistently applied
• empower staff at all levels to manage challenging situations effectively
• to create an environment that consistently encourages and reinforces good
• to define acceptable standards and the principles of good behaviour
• to encourage consistency of response to both positive and negative behaviour
• to promote self-esteem through success, self-discipline and positive
• to ensure that the school's expectations and strategies, including Growth
Mindset are widely known and understood
• to encourage the involvement of both home and school in the implementation
of this policy

So that:-
Children will become good citizens and members of their community by
• treating others with respect, kindness, courtesy and consideration
• treating belongings and property with respect
• being aware of the consequences of their actions upon themselves and upon
• taking responsibility for their own actions

Our Principles
• Be positive
• Children are individual
• Children can misbehave is they feel bored, threatened, confused or unwell.
• De-escalate

The Golden Rule - Stop, Think Do the Right Thing
Positive Behaviour Management is a whole school approach involving all the children and all the members of staff. The Golden Rule focuses on good behaviour and set out to ensure that children who work hard and behave well will be recognised and
rewarded in a variety of ways. The Golden Rule operates in all areas throughout school.


Click below to find our behaviour policy