Behaviour

We believe that good behaviour is essential if pupils are to thrive. We know from regular feedback from parents, pupils and visitors that the school is a secure, settled and happy place where pupils can succeed academically and enjoy their learning.

Staindrop Academy’s Behaviour Management system is based on the importance of a sense of individual responsibilities and respect for others. We have a simple list of ‘school responsibilities’ which have been produced in consultation with pupils. It is expected that all staff promote and uphold these responsibilities.

Staindrop Behaviour Policy

Exclusion Policy

 

School Expectations  

Follow adult instructions first time given.
Failures to comply could be:

  • Argumentative
  • Failure to attend detention
  • Refusal to follow instructions

Arrive on time and fully prepared for the school day.
Failures to comply could be:

  • Forgotten report
  • Lack of correct equipment
  • Late persistently
  • Truancy
  • Uniform/make-up/jewellery

Complete all learning activities to the best of your ability, without disruption or distraction.
Failures to comply could be:

  • Distracting others
  • Inadequate work
  • Interrupting learning
  • Leaving class without permission
  • Making unnecessary comments
  • Persistent lack of homework
  • Repeated calling out
  • Talking over the teacher
  • Using mobile 

Show respect to all members of the Staindrop community at all times.
Failures to comply could be:

  • Aggressive behaviour
  • Bullying/discrimination
  • Insolence
  • Name calling
  • Swearing
  • Theft
  • Verbal abuse to adult

Respect your school environment and everything in it.
Failures to comply could be:

  • Eating/drinking/’chewing’ outside of designated areas
  • Malicious damage

 

Student behaviour outside of school:

Teachers have a statutory power to discipline pupils for misbehaving outside the school premises.  The Headteacher may choose to discipline a pupil for:

– any misbehaviour when the child is

  • taking part in any school organised or school relate activity
  • travelling to or from school
  • wearing school uniform or is, in some other way, identifiable as a student of the school
  • misbehaviour at any time that:

– could have repercussions for the orderly running of the school
– poses a threat to another pupil or member of staff
– could adversely affect the reputation of the school

 

 

 

 

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