Our Code of Behaviour - statement of behaviour principles
Value the fact that you have, and everyone else has, a particular contribution to make and that everyone’s contribution is worthwhile;
This code of behaviour rules out bullying, unkindness, stealing or damage to property in our school. All of us – pupils, parents, teachers and governors – will show our disapproval of such acts and will work together to stop them happening.
Statement on Bullying
This school considers that bullying is a serious threat to the happiness of the school community. We recognise that bullying can take many forms such as ‘name calling’, physical force, ‘ganging up’ and ‘sending to Coventry’.
Such actions are against our Code of Behaviour. We will, therefore:
Each term, a discussion with pupils takes place to help them understand this Code of Behaviour.
Our Personal, Social and Health Education Programme contains modules of work which allow pupils to discuss topics connected with bullying.
Other discussions also reflect and support this statement.
We are currently working towards the ‘Young Carers’ standard and are going for Gold! This is a national initiative and we are working alongside Central Bedfordshire Council.
We hope this initiative will raise awareness of young carers in education and be helpful to pupils and parents/carers.
Watch this space for updates.
Useful Contacts for Carers In Bedfordshire
Telephone number – 0300 300 1919
Website - www.carersinbeds.org.uk
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