Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare

Student’s holistic personal development and enriched learning throughout school is central to their overall success and school experience.

Behaviour - Personal Development

Head teachers, proprietors and governing bodies must ensure they have a strong behaviour policy to support staff in managing behaviour, including the use of rewards and sanctions

Exclusions

The decision to exclude must be lawful, rational, reasonable, fair and proportionate

Attendance and Punctuality

When a pupil attends school on a regular basis, they take an important step towards reaching their full potential, and are given the greatest opportunity to learn new things and develop their skills

Personal Development & Pastoral Support

Educational establishments should offer a holistic, enrichment opportunities that positively impact on pupil’s personal development

Welfare & Safety

Educational Establishments and their staff are an important part of the wider safeguarding system for children. This system is described in statutory guidance Working Together to Safeguard Children

Equalities

Schools have a pivotal role to play in ensuring life opportunities are available to all and in helping all members of their school community promote equality and positive relations 

Alternative Provision

Local authorities are responsible for arranging suitable education for permanently excluded pupils, and for other pupils who – because of illness or other reasons – would not receive suitable education without such arrangements being made

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