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Lea Community Primary School. Behaviour at our School. During the last half-term there have been meetings with children , parents , governors and staff to find out what we would all like to see happen with Lea Community school. Lea Community.

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lea community primary school
Lea Community Primary School

Behaviour

at our

School

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During the last half-term there have been meetings with children, parents, governors and staff to find out what we would all like to see happen with Lea Community school.

Lea Community

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From these meetings, we have found that everyone wants us to have a caring, family atmosphere in which teaching and learning can take place in a safe and happy environment.

What we want:

to respect to learn to teach to be safe we all have responsibility to uphold these rights
 to respect to learn to teach to be safe..We all have responsibility to uphold these rights.

Our Rights

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 Stay positive Keep calm Keep it private Give choice to help ustake responsibility Use a restorative approach.

Staff Responsibilities

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Our Code of Conduct

 We treat all people and property with respect.

We always use good manners.

We are kind to each other.

We use kind words.

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Our Code of Conduct

We are honest.

We wear our uniform with pride.

We help others.

We keep ourselves and others safe.

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Our Code of Conduct

We speak to an adult if we have a problem or worry.

We are a happy community.

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In today’s assembly we are now going to talk about:RewardsWe have rewards to encourage good behaviour.SanctionsWe have sanctions to punish and discourage bad behaviour..

Today’s Assembly

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Rewards

In each class we have

different rewards from

teachers.

In some classes there

are stickers, stamps, table points, raffles and prizes.

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Weekly Rewards

Super Citizen

Wonderful Work

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Half Term Rewards

Marbles!

NEW

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Attendance Party!

Half Term Rewards

NEW

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Special Awards Assembly

Half Term Rewards

Wow Award!

Smartest dressed

Peace Award

Academic Reward

NEW

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Raffle!

Half Term Rewards

Positive behaviour will be

rewarded by a termly

raffle.

NEW

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House Points!

Termly Rewards

House points will be added

and there will be a reward at

the end of each term…

NEW

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Pride of Lea

Termly Rewards

A tea party will be held to celebrate for children who make an outstanding contribution to school, family or community life.

NEW

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Postcards

Termly Rewards

Mrs Slater will be sending postcards home in the post to celebrate our efforts, achievements and behaviour.

NEW

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Sanctions

Behaviour at School

Sadly, sometimes some of us

do not behave as we should.

We are bringing in a new system which will be followed in all classes.

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Traffic Light System

Behaviour at School

Everyone starts

each day on green.

Remember: Raffle for

staying on green.

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Traffic Light System

Behaviour at School

If someone is not behaving as they should then they will be given a

verbal reminder.

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Traffic Light System

Behaviour at School

If the behaviour continues, the

child will be moved to amber.

If a child is on amber then they will miss their next playtime although they will be given the opportunity to earn their way back to green.

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Traffic Light System

Behaviour at School

If anyone is moved to amber

twice in a week then an amber slip

will be sent home.

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Traffic Light System

Behaviour at School

Example of behaviours that lead to Amber:

  • Ignoring instructions
  • Answering back to an adult
  • Leaving a classroom without permission
  • Arguing with adults
  • Blaming someone else for something done by self
  • Scribbling on someone’s work
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Traffic Light System

Behaviour at School

If a child’s name is moved onto red then the child will miss a playtime and complete a ‘think sheet’. This will taken to Mrs Slater and then will be sent home.

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Traffic Light System

Behaviour at School

If a child is moved onto red 3

times in a term then a meeting

with parents will be called.

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Traffic Light System

Behaviour at School

Example of behaviours that lead to Red:

  • Putting other children down
  • Rude or offensive language or behaviour
  • Threatening behaviour
  • Unprovoked physical violence of any kind
  • Leaving school without permission
  • Theft or vandalism
  • Discriminatory behaviour
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Major breach of discipline

Behaviour at School

  • Verbal warning by the headteacher
  • Immediate red light and think sheet
  • Isolation, loss of privileges club & trips etc.
  • Continued serious, unacceptable behaviour may lead to fixed or permanent exclusion from school.
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Lunch times/ Breakfast club

Behaviour at School

The same sanctions apply.

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Preventing Bullying

Behaviour at School

Bullying is unacceptable.

If you have a problem or a

worry, always speak to an adult.

We will hold an annual anti-bullying week.

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Parents/ Guardians

Behaviour at School

Our parents will know what

is going on in school! 

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Outside School

If our behaviour outside school could let down the reputation

of the school then action will be taken in school.

this will begin on monday evaluation meetings with parents children governors and staff
This will begin on Monday.Evaluation meetings with parents, children, governorsand staff..

Behaviour System

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Lea Community Primary School

Let’s all work together to make sure our behaviour is at its best all of the time.

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Lea Community Primary School

This PowerPoint is by Ashleigh, Amy, Kacey, Kian, Jacob, Zane, Katie and Molly.

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