Behaviour

Good behaviour is an essential condition for effective teaching and learning to take place. At The Winchcombe School, we believe that pupils and staff have the right to work in an environment that is safe, friendly, peaceful and fair.

Good behaviour must be carefully developed and supported. High self-esteem promotes good behaviour, effective learning and positive relationships. We believe that the best means to promote good behaviour are to emphasise potential, reward success and to praise effort as well as achievement, rather than focusing on shortcomings and failure. Through the example of the adults who care for them at school, through well planned and stimulating learning opportunities, we believe that children will embrace learning challenges and develop self discipline.

It is the responsibility of parents and carers to work in partnership with the school to help their children behave well.

You can find our Behaviour Policy within the School Policies page.