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Moneyrea Primary School
36 Church Road, Moneyrea, BT23 6BB, UK Newtownards
Tel. 02890 448443, Fax : 02890 449 297

Welcome to Moneyrea Primary School

General Philosophy

The philosophy of our Behaviour Policy is embodied in our Code of Conduct:

Code of Conduct

Treat everyone at school with kindness

Respect the opinions and feelings of others

Call others by their proper names

Do not hit

Take good care of our school

Be careful with others’ property

Always walk quietly and sensibly around school

Come to school on time

Wear your uniform with pride

Always give your best


2. Aims of the Policy

To create an environment in which children feel safe, secure and respected.

To create an environment which encourages and reinforces good behaviour.

To promote self-esteem, self-discipline, tolerance and positive relationships.

To define acceptable standards of behaviour.

To encourage consistency of response to both positive and negative behaviour.

To ensure that the school's expectations and strategies are widely known and understood.

To encourage a partnership between home and school in the implementation of this policy.


Implementation by Staff

The adults encountered by the children at school have an important responsibility to model high standards of behaviour, both in their dealings with the children and with each other, as their example has an important influence on the children.

As adults we should aim to :

create a positive, caring and effective learning environment;

encourage relationships based on kindness, respect and understanding of the needs of others;

treat all children equally, irrespective of gender, ability, disability, race or religion;

play an active part in building up a sense of community within the school;

apply the agreed standards of behaviour consistently;

model acceptable behaviour;

deal sensitively with children in distress,

be alert to signs of bullying and to treat all incidences seriously;

make other staff aware of problems between pupils;

report and record any incident of bullying type behaviour;

support other members of staff by assisting them to manage pupil behaviour.

The Curriculum and Learning

We believe that an appropriately structured curriculum and effective learning contribute to good behaviour. Thorough planning for the needs of all pupils, the active involvement of pupils in their own learning, and structured feed- back all help to avoid the alienation and disaffection which can lie at the root of poor behaviour.

It follows that lessons should have clear objectives, understood by the children, and differentiated to meet the needs of children of different abilities. Marking and record keeping can be used both as a supportive activity, providing feed-back to the children on their progress and achievements, and as a signal that the children's efforts are valued and that progress matters.

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