Children will be encouraged to take responsibility for their:
Our guidelines for acceptable behaviour are firmly focused on our School Motto, School Values, Key Concept e.g. Citizenship, and many aspects of the Key Competencies. Our Religious Education Programme, our Health and PE Programme –Kids Rich in Character, and Kia Kaha, Keeping Ourselves Safe, DARE and other programmes from time to time, address particular issues and help develop and build on the life skills needed for growing up confident and resilient.
Above the Line Below the Line
A simple method for people in our school to judge their own behaviour or responses to a situation is to measure it for themselves in the following way:
Children can be guided through this process by an adult or peer. Older children may well become quite independent in making accurate self assessments with appropriate follow up action.
We use a simple mantra, from our Kids Rich in Character Programme:
“Muck up. Own up. Put it right. Move On.”
Which reminds us all of what to do when we fail.