Summarise the Policies and Procedures of Your Setting with Regards to Promoting Children and Young People’s Positive Behaviour

Unit 6.1
Summarise the policies and procedures of your setting with regards to promoting children and young people’s positive behaviour.
Behaviour policy
The school behaviour policy is designed to support the way in which all members of the school can live and work together in a supportive way.   Although our school has a number rules, our policy is not mainly concerned with rule enforcement.   It is about encouraging good relationships, so that people can work together with the mutual purpose of helping everyone to learn.
The school approach to behaviour management aims to ensure that every teacher, including NQT’s and supply teachers, every TA, every child and every parent is fully aware of the acceptable standards of behaviour, positive rewards, possible sanctions for disregarding the established code of conduct, and possible strategies for supporting those who may need help in achieving the standards set.

Code of Conduct
The underpinning ethos of the school’s approach to behaviour management is through Restorative Practices and the promotion of Key Core Values. These values have been agreed with staff, pupils and parents and permeate throughout the schools ethos and through all areas of the curriculum. The values in our school are Respect, Friendship, Kindness, Honesty and Responsibility. These may change over time to reflect the cohorts of pupils.

Rewards and Sanctions
Our aim is to catch children being good and to reward appropriate behaviour. In this way we are concentrating on good role models in order to highlight good behaviour.  
Informal and formal rewards are organised at two levels – individual level e.g.; verbal praise, letter home to parents and golden time are to name a few and class level e.g.; jigsaw sheet pieces to be coloured in when the whole class shows good behaviour, conduct, attendance and so on
The school uses a number of sanctions designed to support the school rules, and to ensure a safe and positive learning environment....