Behaviour for Learning
Our Behaviour for Learning policy is designed to create an environment where positive behaviour is at the heart of productive learning. Everyone is expected to maintain the highest standards of personal conduct, to accept responsibility for their behaviour and encourage others to do the same.
It echoes our core values with an emphasis on respectful behaviour, a partnership approach to managing poor conduct and positive interactions that support staff and learners.
At Holbrook, we want every member of the school community to feel valued and respected. We are a caring community, whose values are built on mutual trust and respect for all. As an inclusive school we encourage each other to value everyone and focus on changing inappropriate behaviour while showing respect for the child.
- Create a calm, orderly and purposeful learning community that supports individual progress and high standards of behaviour.
- Foster a culture of positive (pro-social) behaviour: for learning, for community and for life.
- Ensure that all children are treated fairly, shown respect and to promote good relationships.
- Help children self-regulate their behaviour and be responsible for the consequences of it.
- Build a community that values kindness, care, respect and empathy for others.
- Encourage children, staff and parents to have a sense of pride and ownership in their school.
At Holbrook Primary School, we have high expectations of children’s work and behaviour and provide pupils with what they need to succeed in their learning. We endeavour to create a culture that inspires a love of learning through emotional and social intelligence, self-discipline and respect for others. This is reflected in our values and Golden Rules.
The whole school, children and adults work towards upholding the school’s values of
Co-operation Honesty Respect Responsibility Tolerance
and our Golden Rules
Be kind and considerate Be safe and sensible.
Our values and Golden Rules underpin our Behaviour for Learning policy.