At St Matthew’s we are proud of our children’s good behaviour. We expect appropriate and respectful behaviour in the classroom, the playground, at school events and in the wider community. Children are made aware that bullying, racism and disruptive or anti-social behaviour is not tolerated. These expectations are enforced through a system of rewarding positive behaviour and sanctions for inappropriate behaviour. We believe it is important that children are made aware of the difference between right and wrong, and learn that there are consequences when they do wrong and equally that there are rewards when they behave well. Any instances of poor behaviour will be brought to the attention of the head teacher and parents or carers will be informed. We hope that, as parents, you will support us in this.
For more information on our school behaviour policy please click below