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Behaviour

  • All of children are expected to be a Parklands Person – this underpins our whole school ethos.
  • We have a clear behaviour policy which outlines our systems for rewards and sanctions which are consistent across the school.
  • Children in our main school are part of one of four coloured teams: yellow, blue, red and green. The children collect team points through good work and showing that they are a Parklands Person. Each week, the points are totalled and the team with the most points is announced in assembly and their achievements are celebrated.
  • Our main sanction system makes use of a traffic light approach. All children start on ‘green’ at the start of each session and their name can be moved to ‘orange’ as a warning about poor behaviour. If this continues, a child’s name is then moved to ‘red’ and they miss 5 minutes of their playtime. If poor behaviour continues, the child is spoken to by a member of the senior leadership team. Parents are informed of ongoing poor behaviour as appropriate.
  • The school also has access to the Derbyshire Behaviour Support Service which provides support for children who may have behavioural difficulties. 
  • Behaviour is monitored by members of the senior leadership team and an audit of behaviour is undertaken each term.