At St Saviour’s, we follow a Stay on Green positive behaviour policy. We believe that it is important to promote a positive message regarding behaviour management at all times- ‘Stay on Green’ is a means of promoting our high expectations of positive behaviour.
We link all of our conversations with children about their behaviour to our Christian values of Faith, Forgiveness, Respect, Truth, Love, Tenacity and Serenity and agreed upon with the children, parents staff and governors.
Through school and classroom routines, positivity and high expectations, the children’s behaviour for learning has been praised by external reviewers and we pride ourselves on the obvious enthusiasm the children have for their learning, which is positively reflected in their behaviour in class.
Great behaviour is celebrated at St Saviour’s and children are proud to make positive choices. Values Card awards, stickers, Headteacher stamps and so much more positive behaviours that children demonstrate are continuously recognised and celebrated.
Warnings are used to remind children of expectations and offer them opportunities to turn their behaviour around. When necessary, children will need time to reflect on their behaviour choices and will spend time with a member of staff discussing their choices and how they can make better ones in the future.
To support children with their behaviour during lunchtimes, a range of activities and games and offered to engage and inspire. These are supervised by our mid-day assistants and members of the Senior Leadership Team. Young Transformer Public Servants take an active role in supporting their peers through their roles of Playground Monitors and Playground Buddies.
All behaviour issues are recorded on our confidential electronic system known as CPOMS which enables us to spot patterns in behaviour and keep track of actions and consequences.
To read our Behaviour Policy, please click the link.