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Principles of Behaviour In Our School

The principles for behaviour in our school have been agreed by the whole school community.
All members of our school community have roles and responsibilities in promoting and abiding by the following behaviour principles and charters.
Our Behaviour Charter agrees that we should all:
 

RESPECT EACH OTHER’S DIFFERENCES
RESPECT THAT EVERYONE COMES TO SCHOOL TO LEARN
RESPECT EACH OTHER’S SAFETY
RESPECT THE CHILDREN AND ADULTS IN THE SCHOOL
RESPECT THE SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT

At Stag Lane Infant & Nursery School we have a school charter, based on the UNCRC, which sets out the main rights for the children in our school together with their personal responsibilities for upholding these rights.


Our School Charter


Every child has the right to a primary education that develops their personality and talents to the full. (Article 28,29)
At Stag Lane Infant & Nursery School we come to school to learn and achieve our dreams.
Every child has the right to be protected from harm. (Article 36)
We have the responsibility to be kind and gentle in our actions and words.
Every child has the right to be listened to. (Article 12)
We have a responsibility to listen to each other
Every child who does something wrong has the right to receive help. (Article 40 )
We have the responsibility to be honest.
Every child has the right to a clean environment. (Article 24)
We have the responsibility to look after our school
Every person must be treated without discrimination - whatever their race, religion, abilities; whatever they think or say, whatever type of family they come from. (Article 2 )
We have the responsibility to respect each other