The purpose of learning in our school is Creating Individuals, Making Futures, and how we understand and develop behaviour to achieve this is distinctive.
Behaviour is what we do, not who we are. However, what we do has a huge impact on what we experience, how others’ respond to us and the meaning we make of that shared experience. Changing how we behave (and our understanding of that behaviour) can help us to ‘be’ differently in the world; we are after all human beings, not human doings. Changing how we behave can in itself be transformative.
Further details about our approach can be seen on the school’s Behaviour Policy
Specific details concerning how we respond to behaviour for different ages can be seen in the following Behaviour Frames