Behaviour at Swallowdale

behaviourAt Swallowdale we expect all children to be well behaved, polite and respectful to everyone.

Our Behaviour Plan has been discussed by the children and the adults who work in the school. It is a record of how we behave towards each other and wish others to behave towards us.

OUR RULES FOR LIFE

  • Show good manners at all times

  • Follow instructions straight away 

  • Care for everyone and everything


REWARDS

FOUNDATION & KEY STAGE 1

Stickers       123 Magic     Gold Book    Certificates    Reward Card

KEY STAGE 2

Table Points   Merit Charts   Commendations   Silver Book   Reward card

LUNCH TIMES

Stickers    Gold and Silver Books


REMINDERS

Labelled PE Kit and water bottles to be in school each day

Only watches and ear studs allowed


MY BEHAVIOUR IS MY RESPONSIBILITY AND I WILL ALWAYS HAVE A CHANCE TO EXPLAIN AND DISCUSS MY BEHAVIOUR WITH ANY ADULT IN SCHOOL

Here are some examples of when rules are broken:-

  • If I call out I understand that I am not showing good manners

  • If I am not paying attention to an adult in assembly, in the dinner hall, in the playground or in lesson time I understand that I am not following instructions straight away

  • If I disrupt the learning time of others I understand that I am not showing care of everyone and everything


CONSEQUENCES FOR NOT FOLLOWING OUR RULES

  • Will be reminded of the appropriate rule for life or specific instruction

  • Will be given a chance to put things right

  • May be asked to stay back to discuss behaviour with an adult

  • May be asked to sit elsewhere or in another class setting

  • Parents will be informed about their child’s behaviour and invited into school to discuss the problem if the problem persists or is of a serious nature

  • May be sent for a behavioural form and consequently a letter will be sent to parents

  • May have to attend supervised Time-Out sessions during lunch times with parents knowledge

  • May be given a Target Card or Behaviour Improvement Card in co-operation with parents

  • May have privileges removed with parents knowledge

  • May be seen by the Headteacher for persistent behaviour problems or for a particular incident (this involves parents and may lead to lunch-time, day(s) or permanent exclusion


We expect that all parents will work in partnership with us to support positive outcomes for the children and the school.

You can find details of our Behaviour Policy on this website under Policies.

News Bulletin


Please remember doors open in Key Stage 2 at 8.35am for registration at 8.45am and Key Stage 1 doors open at 8.50am for registration at 8.55am.

 

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Term Times


Autumn Term 2017

Half Term Monday 16th October to Friday 20th October

School closes Wednesday 20th December

Spring Term 2018

School opens Tuesday 9th January

Half Term Monday 12th February to Friday 16th February

School closes Friday 20th March

Summer Term 2018

School opens Monday 9th April

Bank Holiday Monday 7th May

Half Term Monday 28th May to Friday 1st June

School closes Friday 13th July

Academic Term Dates 2018-2019