Behaviour

It is essential that all members of our learning community have absolute clarity about the standards of behaviour expected from all pupils, and how the rewards and the sanctions that operate at Cheadle Primary School promote model behaviour. The staff and adults at Cheadle Primary School use this policy to support behavioural improvement on a daily basis.

This behaviour guidance aims to provide the parents and carers of the children at Cheadle Primary School with a clear overview of the methods used at our school, in order to celebrate positive behaviour, and support, develop and sanction undesirable behaviour.

It is anticipated that with a greater understanding of the methods used, parents and carers will support our whole school policy and perhaps even use this system at home to support their child in recognising the positive values that our school aims to develop as they progress through Cheadle Primary School. When followed the policy will aim to maximise each pupil’s learning potential by providing an environment where pupil’s behaviour enhances learning and does not detract from it.

  • As from January 19 the pupils who are Stars of the Week will sit on a golden table in the dining hall.
  • Children who consistently display good and outstanding behaviour will participate in our end of half term Good to be Green activity session.
  • As from January 2019 the amount of times that pupils reach the golden star will be counted at the end of each half term and those pupils will have a treat with Mrs Breeze. This is to raise the bar of expectations within school. The treat will be awarded to the top two scorers per class.

Please follow this link to view our Behaviour Policy in full

The golden table for our Stars of the Week

It's Great to be Gold reward mornings