Behaviour

Children enjoy coming to our school and this is reflected in their rates of attendance and excellent behaviour.  At Clayton Village Primary School, we have high expectations of all children and are committed to providing the same quality education to all our pupils. 

We aim to encourage courtesy nand self-discipline.  We expect all pupils to understand and respect other people’s views, values and rights.  We rely upon a small number of class and whole school rules which children will be expected to follow. 

Our behaviour policy is based on a positive approach, where rewards and encouragement are the main strategies used to promote good behaviour.  We use many opportunities to praise and reward children including nominations for awards in our weekly celebration assembly, collection of house points and general praise given in class and around school.

We will always try to ensure that pupils understand the boundaries between acceptable and unacceptable behaviour.  In applying our behaviour policy we will ensure that rewards and sanctions are applied fairly and consistently.

Our behaviour policy and flowcharts can be found on our policies page