Behaviour at schools within the Dove Academy Trust should reflect the values we place in encouraging learning and co-operation in a civilized society. It should also reflect the Christian character of the schools.
Other school policies linked to this are Anti-Bullying Policy, Safeguarding Policy, SEND Policy
To maintain a caring, listening school where relationships are built on mutual respect and trust. The development of positive self-esteem is valued as key to providing a happy, successful learning environment.
‘Let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us, fixing our eyes on Jesus’ Hebrews 12: 1b-2a
This Behaviour Policy meets the requirements of the Public Sector Equality Duty (PSED) by including the actions taken to penalise bullying that is inflicted on the grounds of race, gender, disability and other characteristics (such as sexual orientation) and it does not include rules, penalties or punishments that would disproportionately affect a particular group
Records of behaviour incidents are regularly monitored to identify if there are any patterns that suggest the Behaviour Policy unintentionally discriminates against a certain group.
If the school finds that a particular group of pupils, for example those with special educational needs, is more affected by the policy than other groups, the policy will be reviewed.