Promoting positive attitudes and excellent attendance is the responsibility of the whole school community.
The school will promote positive attitudes and good attendance through its use of curriculum and learning materials. Good attendance and behaviour by pupils will be recognised appropriately. All children should be at school, on time, every day the school is open, unless the reason for the absence is unavoidable.
As we are legally responsible for the monitoring of all absences we would ask for your co-operation in informing us of reasons for non-attendance. A telephone call is probably the easiest way of achieving this.
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Parents are respectfully reminded that they are under a legal duty to send their children to school regularly.
All children are encouraged, and expected, to treat people with respect. Bullying is not permitted.
‘In accordance with the latest directive from the government (i.e. Section 550A), all staff, teaching and non teaching, as authorised by the Headteacher, may, on rare occasions, need to use reasonable force to restrain a pupil who may cause injury to themselves, others or property – or who is compromising good order and discipline in a classroom or elsewhere.
Parents will always be informed when their child has been involved in such an incident.’
If a child’s behaviour gives serious cause for concern, parents will be invited to discuss the problem with the Headteacher, in order to assess both causes and solutions.
"We are committed to creating a safe, welcoming, stimulating and challenging environment in which all the children develop a love of learning and strive to reach their full potential within a Christian caring community where individuals are respected and valued."
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