Act with self-control and discipline both in and out of school.
Do the right thing to keep yourself and others safe and well.
Students have the right to:
- Contribute to the Behaviour for Learning Policy
- Be taught in environments that are caring, calm and consistent
- Use school email and IT equipment safely and in line with the IT Acceptable Use Policy
- Expect appropriate actions to tackle any incidents of violence, threatening behaviour, abuse, discrimination or harassment
- Appeal to the Headteacher / Governors and the Secretary of State if they feel that the school has exercised its behaviour policy unreasonably
Students have the responsibility to:
- Follow reasonable instructions by staff to ensure they are READY, RESPECTFUL and SAFE
- Wear uniform with pride
- Arrive to school on time
- Be ready for learning
- Ensure mobile devices (phones, iPads, headphones etc) are not visible on school site
- Make sure they never use social media to denigrate the school, staff or other students
- Make sure they never bring inappropriate, unsafe or unlawful items to school (lighters, matches, E-cigs, vapes, cigarettes, drugs, alcohol, pornographic material, fireworks, bangers, high energy / high sugar drinks)
- Make sure they are never in possession of an offensive / illegal weapon or anything that could be used as a weapon. This includes (but is not limited to) BB guns, imitation guns, knives, fireworks
- Ensure they never carry out actual or threatened violence against another student or member of staff
- Make sure they do not bring any items into school to sell for personal gain
- Not attend school under the influence of drugs or alcohol
- Cooperate with arrangements put in place to support behaviour
- Remain on site for the school day
- Leave school at the end of the day unless in a supervised activity
- Act as an ambassador for the school when off site.