Good behaviour is an important life skill and we believe that it is one that can be taught, learned and improved. Children are expected to show politeness, respect and thought for others in their dealings with one another and with adults. They are encouraged to be hardworking, honest, kind and fair. We recognise that children sometimes make mistakes in their relationships and behaviour, and our behaviour policy aims to help them learn how to take responsibility for their own actions and to move forward in a positive, constructive manner. Expectations for behaviour, rewards and sanctions are clear and clearly understood by the children.

Bullying will never be tolerated. Our approach is set out in our Anti Bullying Policy.