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Following and living school life by the Coleshill Heath ‘Code of Conduct’ develops positive, life long values. It promotes and rewards good behaviour and manages and sanctions unacceptable behaviours. The Coleshill Heath ‘Code of Conduct’ rewards individuals and ‘teams’. Each child on entry to the school, is put into a ‘Code team’ (Confidence, Courage, Kindness or Honesty) each reflecting the core values of the school. Children are expected to demonstrate all these values.
The school is committed to creating an environment where exemplary behaviour is at the heart of productive learning. Everyone is expected to maintain the highest standards of personal conduct, to accept responsibility for their behaviour and encourage others to do the same. Our rules are concise, simple and clear so every child and adult can remember them and have them at the forefront of their minds. It echoes our core values: BE RESPECTFUL, BE RESPONSIBLE, BE SAFE.
Our Five Pillars
All Adults are Required to:
1. Model consistent calm staff behaviour
2. Teach learning behaviours
3. Give first attention to best conduct
4. Script difficult conversations
5. Invest in personal, restorative follow up
Roles and Responsibilities
All adults will:
· Promote our school rules of being respectful, responsible and safe.
· Model positive behaviours and build relationships
· Plan learning that engages, challenges and meet the needs of all pupils;
· Ensure praise outweighs anything negative
· Meet and greet with the ‘Pivotal Handshake.’
· Be calm and give “take up time” when going through the steps. Prevent before sanctions.
· Follow-up every time, retain ownership and engage in reflective dialogue with pupils
· All adults need to be a visible presence around the school.
· Share good practice with one another.
· Never ignore or walk past pupils who are not being respectful, responsible or safe.
· Staff encourage use of ‘positive notes,’ and ‘positive phone calls’ and ‘over and above.’
· Staff support one another in returning pupils to learning by sitting in on reparation meetings and supporting staff in conversations with pupils