Codes of Behaviour

  • Here at Raising Explorers we aim to manage behaviour using clear, consistent and positive strategies. The centres rules are clearly displayed at every session, and are discussed regularly.

    The rules are compiled by the children attending the centre at the beginning of the year which everyone agrees will support learning and facilitate a happy classroom environment.

    readingcoranIn addition, a more comprehensive list of rules and values is compiled in the Centres Behaviour Management Policy; a copy can be obtained upon request.

    There is an expectation of high standards of personal behaviour and respect for others which we hope Parents will encourage and support.

    Children’s achievements are rewarded in a number of ways. The children do find this practice very motivating. Rewards include stickers, certificates, praise and the opportunity to share their work with other staff and children at the centre.

    Everyone has the right to:

    • feel safe, cared for and respected
    • be able to learn to the best of his/her ability and to develop whatever skills he/she possesses
    • be treated equally irrespective of gender, race, physical characteristics or any other factors
    • learn and play without disruption.

    Everyone is expected to:

    • be responsible for their own behaviour
    • respect the rights of others.

    Children attending the centre are expected to:

    1.  Respect other’s culture, race, feelings, beliefs and values.
    2. Accept responsibility for the things they do. Take shared responsibility for their education.
    3. Complete their homework to a high quality and return it to their teacher on time.
    4. Try to work independently, but ask their peers and adults when help is needed. Do their best in all they undertake and follow the academies Golden rules:
      • Always aim high, try your best and make good choices.
      • Always show respect to each other by being kind, polite, caring and listening to each other.
      • Always follow instructions given by any member of staff.
      • Always look after our academies property and other people’s.
      • Always play nicely and share.
    5. Ensure that they will take home all academy letters.

    We say No to Bullying, whether verbal or physical; it has no place in our academy. We ask for all parents and pupils to help us by reporting immediately any incidents so that we can deal firmly and fairly with any bullies, involving parents if appropriate. 

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Raising Explorers, Carlisle Business Centre, Carlisle Road, BD8, 8BD

01274 493 034
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