Behaviour at Harleston C of E Primary Academy

The aim of Harleston C of E Primary Academy is for every member of the academy community to feel valued and respected and for all persons to be treated fairly. We are a caring community, whose values are built on Christian teaching enabling us to build a family. The academy behaviour policy is therefore designed to support the way in which the members of the academy can live and work together in a supportive way. It aims to promote an environment where everyone feels happy, safe and secure. 

We are committed to: 

  • Understanding that children’s behaviour can change and that given the opportunity, every child can be successful
  • Promoting self-esteem, self-discipline, proper regard for authority, and positive relationships based on mutual respect
  • Promoting a culture of positive praise and encouragement in which all pupils can flourish and grow
  • Being aware of each child’s needs and their individual circumstances to help us to act in the fairest way
  • Providing a safe environment, free from disruption, violence, discrimination, bullying and any form of harassment
  • Developing positive relationships with our pupils, parents and community; making everybody feel valued
  • Teaching children to respect the rules and the authority of the academy and the community  

School Values

To ensure all pupils are encouraged to display positive behaviour at Harleston, we have a number of values that reflect our identity as a Church of England school and are at the heart of everything we do. Please see the links below for more information. Our School Values are:

Hope – High aspirations and be the best you can be

Perseverance – Work hard and don’t give up even when things get tough

Wisdom – Make the correct choices

Love – Help others, be kind and collaborate and learn together

Respect – Be kind, honest and a good member of the school community

Faith – Trust in the will of God and yourself, so that we are equipped for what lies ahead  

School Contacts (Behaviour):

Dan Stagg Assistant Headteacher (Behaviour)
Jason Mullen (Pastoral Support Worker)
Laura Botwright (SENCO)

Behaviour Policy

Parents’ Guide to Behaviour