Our school believes in the development of each individual and is committed to providing the best opportunities for all in an atmosphere of mutual respect. We seek to provide an environment in which effective teaching and learning can occur, where the qualities of trust, honesty, fairness, tolerance, compassion, respect for self, others and property are valued and pursued.
The school’s behaviour policy is built upon the ‘Positive Discipline’ model and seeks to provide a clear framework of what is acceptable in terms of behaviour, attitude to learning and conduct.
Students are introduced to ‘Positive Discipline’ upon transition to George Pindar School. They then take part in Positive Discipline lessons fortnightly in order to refresh their understanding of the policy and to review their positive and negative behaviour choices with their tutor, Head of Year and SLT link.
George Pindar School’s behaviour policy is built upon the ‘Positive Discipline’ model. These are the classroom standards that our students are expected to meet when they are at George Pindar School:
These are the around the site standards that our students are expected to meet when they are at George Pindar School:
Positive Discipline Comments
A Positive Discipline comment will be issued by staff when a student fails to meet one of the school expectations. These codes are listed below:
B – Behaviour
A/S – Around Site
P – Progress and Passivity
E – Equipment and Organisation
L – Late
U – Uniform
H – Homework
You can read the school Behaviour Policy here.
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