TRIMLEY ST MARTIN POLICIES & SAFEGUARDING INFORMATION
Relationship and Positive Behaviour POLICY
The Governing Body recognises its statutory responsibility to provide a written Statement of Behaviour Principles. As a Governing Body we have approved a Relationship and Positive Behaviour Policy for the school and are satisfied it reflects the Ethos and Guiding Principles which we and the Headteacher consider important, and covers all statutory requirements.
These principles are:
At Trimley St Martin Primary School we work to achieve an atmosphere in which every one cares for each other. It is important that every child in school feels secure and cared for, in surroundings that are calm and offer a thriving environment, so that high quality learning can take place.
Bullying is wrong and damages individual children. As a school we do all we can to prevent it, by developing a school ethos in which bullying is regarded as unacceptable. We define bullying as follows: Bullying can be physical or verbal. It can also be indirect, involving gossip and exclusion from groups. It is more than a single incident and it is directed deliberately and frequently against a particular child or several children who are made to feel excluded, distressed and afraid.
Children and adults in the school community are expected to behave in a responsible manner, both towards themselves and others, showing consideration, courtesy and respect for other people at all times.
It is the shared role of parents and of the school to develop and maintain a caring, orderly community in which effective learning can take place and where there is mutual respect between members both at home and at school.
From Wednesday 1 July 2015, all schools and childcare providers must have due regard to the need to prevent people being drawn into terrorism.
Below is a copy of the school's PREVENT policy.
CURRICULUM RELATED POLICIES
curriculum policies can be found on each subject's landing page
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You may also like to readSuffolk County Council Data Protection Policy (PDF, 315Kb)
Suffolk Fair processing notice (PDF, 34Kb)
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