Behaviour Policies

Behaviour statement

 At Easebourne C of E Primary School, the governors and staff believe that good behaviour is essential to allow all our students to achieve their full potential. We recognise that good behaviour enables effective learning whilst effective teaching and learning promote good behaviour. We believe in a culture of inclusion, equal opportunities and respect for all members of our community. We aim to recognise, reward and praise effort and good behaviour and support children who have behavioural difficulties, in a fair and consistent way with a view to modifying undesirable behaviour.

Easebourne C of E Primary School has a clear and effective Behaviour and Anti-bullying policy (attached below) that sets out our approach to behaviour for learning.