Behaviour

Our Expectations

Rewarding Progress

Consequences
For Poor Behaviour

Good behaviour is essential at all times if students are to make progress and achieve their full potential. Our expectations are non-negotiable:

We believe in recognising, celebrating and rewarding progress and achievement. Achieving students will receive:

There are clearly defined consequences for students who fail to meet the School’s expectations:

Arrive on time, with everything you need to work.

Commendations:
Entered in their Study Planner

Stage 1
Formal recorded teacher warning

Follow instructions immediately and without argument.

Certificates of Achievement:
(Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum)

Stage 2
15min Teacher Detention. Teacher’s Report

Listen in silence to your teacher and other students.

Reward Vouchers

Stage 3
45min Subject Detention. Subject Report

Put up your hand when you need attention.

Certificates and Reward Vouchers will be presented each term in Achievement Assemblies and will be awarded for:

Stage 4
70min School Detention. School Report. Withdrawal from subject.

Keep hands, feet, objects and inappropriate comments to yourself.

  • Academic performance
  • Excellent attendance
  • Participation in school life
  • Service to the school
  • Service to the community

Stage 5
120min Saturday Headteacher Detention. Withdrawal from classes.

   

Stage 6
Fixed Term or Permanent Exclusion

Upcoming Events

24 Aug

GCSE Results Day

10:00am - 1:00pm
 
01 Sep

Year 7 (K) CATs

1 September, 2017 – 8 September, 2017
 
07 Sep

Battlefields visit 22-24 September - parent briefing

All Day
 
11 Sep

GCSE Geography Fieldtrip

11 September, 2017 (8:45am) – 15 September, 2017 (3:30pm)