Rewards and Consequences (Behaviour)

Rewards and Consequences (Behaviour)

Good behaviour is, in the first instance, the responsibility of the student. It is also important that all teachers share the same expectations in lessons and at other times.  The school will work with youngsters and their parents/carers to uphold our high standards.  Sanctions will be measured and fairly applied through a staged approach.

The policy of the school is to publicly recognise achievement in order to encourage success wherever it manifests itself within the student and staff population. Public recognition of achievement will encourage, reward and motivate individuals and will take numerous forms.

See also Behaviour and Discipline in Schools - Guide for Headteachers

Full policy: Rewards and Consequences (Behaviour)

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