Behaviour For Learning

“The behaviour of pupils is outstanding”  

 

“Strong values of mutual respect are evident throughout the school. Adults successfully convey high expectations that pupils adopt in all they do.”

 

“Pupils are exceptionally well behaved in and outside of lessons. They take responsibility to self regulate, are highly motivated and keen to learn. They are extremely engaged in their learning and work well with each other, and independently, when required.”   Ofsted, 2019

 

At Lum Head Primary School we believe that every member of the school community has a responsibility for behaviour and everyone has the right to feel valued and respected. Children develop into responsible learners and members of the community through experiencing a school ethos which promotes the rights and dignity of each individual. We believe that encouragement and praise are vital in helping children to develop a positive self-image. It is our belief that good behaviour needs to be consistently and positively encouraged and valued.

 

To find out more about behavioural expectations, our school’s vision and our golden rules please read our Restorative Approaches, Behaviour and Discipline Policy on the Key Info Tab, Policies.