Expectations of Behaviour
Tavernspite School has a very positive behaviour culture. We are very proud of the excellent behaviour of our children who are frequently praised by visitors and when visiting other places for their beautiful manners and general behaviour. Good behaviour is a necessary condition for effective teaching and learning to take place and we work very hard to ensure that standards of behaviour are very high.
In January 2014, a parent survey highlighted that 100% of our parents agreed that ‘Pupils behave well in school’ (71% Strongly Agreed).
We expect children at Tavernspite School to be courteous and polite, give their maximum effort at all times and to develop a sense of pride and caring attitude towards their environment and towards each other. The expectations of the Head Teacher and his staff of high standards of behaviour, and the examples the children are set by adults in the school and at home will help them to develop courtesy, good manners and respect for others.
The most meaningful and positive form of discipline is self-discipline. We work hard at Tavernspite School to instil a strong sense of self discipline in our children.
Children of all ages are encouraged to behave sensibly and older children are encouraged to adopt a caring attitude towards younger ones. Particular emphasis is placed on good manners, orderly movement about the school, taking care of our school environment and caring for others. The school seeks to promote self-discipline and proper regard for authority and respect for others.
We believe that in an environment where staff are friendly and fair, yet firm, where there is positive encouragement for the learner, where achievement is recognized, where self dignity, self-esteem and a good self image is nurtured and fostered then children will always grow in confidence and esteem and ‘Be all they can be’.
This is the cornerstone of our ethos at Tavernspite School!
The school provides a good range of high-quality learning experiences for pupils that enhance their education.
The school's commitment to using the outdoors to improve pupils’ learning and wellbeing is outstanding.
The quality of care, support and guidance is excellent.
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