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Positive Behaviour Code

We are keen to ensure that our five school values are fully embedded and are at the heart of everything we do. To support this, the children receive house points in the form of electronic ‘class dojos’ when they show a behaviour that demonstrates one of the values. ‘Milestone’ awards are presented to children in classrooms and in celebration assemblies when they reach house point targets. We celebrate house ‘team effort’ in celebration assemblies as well as the individual rewards. 

Each week, we hold a High Fliers celebration assembly. Each class teacher chooses a 'High Flier' who has demonstrated a particular value or positive attribute. We send special messages and photographs via ping and seesaw to the families of our High Fliers on a Friday afternoon to celebrate. 

We choose 'Always' childen each term to take part in an special 'High Tea' with the Senior Leadership Team. These children are chosen by staff in school for always following our school values and being excellent role models to our school community.

At Webheath, we believe in collaboration and support to help everyone demonstrate positive behaviour. Every classroom has a recognition board, where the children and staff in the class agree on a class behaviour target. When a child demonstrates the target behaviour consistently, their name is moved onto the recognition board. Classmates help and support one another to show the target behaviour, and when everyone has achieved it, there is a class celebration in recognition of everyone's efforts. The class then agree on a new target for the board and start afresh with a new common goal.

Whole School Approach

The posters below are displayed in all classrooms around the school. All children and staff know how we celebrate positive behaviour and the steps we take to monitor and improve behaviour when needed. 

Please see our Positive Behaviour Policy and our Friendship and Anti- Bullying Policy on the policies page for more details. There is also a video created by our leaders of learning on their page which tells you how the children have taken an active role in supporting positive behaviour and anti-bullying. The school follows a restorative approach as part of a planned response to relationship and/or discipline difficulties. This is a more effective response than traditional 'punishments'. Restorative approaches can change the emotional atmosphere in a school and lead to more positive relationships between pupils and between pupils and staff.

Celebrating Positive Behaviour

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Behaviour Steps

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