Working For Everyone

Behaviour & Uniform

Behaviour

We have high expectations of behaviour and reward children for modelling our school ethos of 'Working for Everyone'. Amongst these rewards are Green DOJO points - the children who receive the most points in each class during the week are added to the Golden book and letters are sent home to parents.

Our Rights & Responsibilities are reviewed annually and agreed democratically through our school council. These are then displayed in classrooms across the school and continually referred to.

RIGHTS

To work without distraction.
To feel and be safe in school.
To be listened to and have an opinion.
To a balanced curriculum that challenges us.
To make mistakes and have a growth mindset.
To go to the office when hurt or ill.
To make friends.
To be yourself and enjoy school.
To be treated fairly.

RESPONSIBILITIES

To not interfere with others.
To walk in the quad and school building.
To not ride scooters and bikes on the school playground.
To look after school equipment and keep the school tidy
To listen and show manners.
To come to school prepared.
To be honest and do our best.
To look after ourselves and each other.
To speak to and treat others with respect, and be kind.
To be a good friend and citizen
To respect each other’s culture and beliefs and treat everyone the same.

When children fall below our expectations, we follow a stepped approach. These sanctions have been created by the children themselves and are logged in the Behaviour book. Parents are kept informed about their child's behaviour through yellow and blue card behaviour letters.

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Behaviour Sanctions
Behaviour Letter

Uniform

A school is often judged by the appearance of its pupils and a smart standard of dress helps create and maintain a positive image.

It is with this in mind, and for the benefit of the whole school community, that the Governors insist that children closely follow these guidelines:

GirlsBoys 
Grey trousers or tailored shorts. Knee-length skirt or pinafore dress.Grey trousers or tailored shorts.
White blouse or polo shirt.White shirt or polo shirt.
Green WPS fleece or sweatshirt.Green WPS fleece or sweatshirt.
White or grey socks. GREY tights.White, grey or black socks.
In summer, green & white checked summer dress or grey tailored cullotte-shorts are acceptable.
Footwear
Plain black shoes or sandals.
(See pictures below for further clarification.)
Plain black shoes.
Low-heeled, sensible shoes are essential as children’s feet are still developing and can be damaged by fashion shoes.Trainers do not form part of our school uniform but children are welcome to change into them at playtimes.
Hairstyles
Boys & Girls: Hair should be tied back from the face with a clip or hair-coloured band/small bow during lessons to enable children to focus on their work.For PE, hair must be completely tied back in a plait, ponytail or top-knot, for health & safety reasons.
Jewellery
A watch and one small pair of stud earrings are permitted. ALL jewellery MUST be removed for all PE.
Swimming
Plain, dark costume.Plain, dark trunks or shorts (mid-thigh length).
Hat.Hat for hair longer than collar length or if fringe covers eyes when hair is wet.
Indoor PEOutdoor PE
Black shorts & white t-shirtBlack shorts & white t-shirt.
Black plimsolls.Trainers.
In cold weather, tracksuits are acceptable.
A named bag, which will remain on a coat peg, is essential for holding PE clothing. It should remain in school for daily use and be taken home during the holidays.

Appropriate boys' shoes:

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Appropriate girls' shoes:

These boots do NOT form part of our school uniform, but can be worn to walk to school in cold weather.


Trainers/plimsolls/casuals/Converse/Vans - acceptable for PE or lunchtimes only:
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Jumpers, cardigans and t-shirts do not need to have the school logo stitched onto them but can be plain.

Our emblemed uniform can be purchased at:

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