Code of Conduct

• We shall respect ourselves, each other and our property

• We shall move around the school in an orderly fashion

• We shall keep our school clean and tidy and respect the non-smoking status

• We shall be proud to wear our uniform and will be neat and tidy at all times

• We shall support and help others we see in difficulty

The school rules are regularly reviewed after discussion with pupils and staff. Pupils are encouraged to care about people and the school building. This helps the school run in a pleasant and efficient way. Pupils are expected to take responsibility for the care of their own form rooms, teaching areas and lockers.

At Cleeve Park School all pupils are treated as individuals and every girl and boy is known and valued as a member of the school.

From the day they join, the school is concerned that each pupil should feel safe – and so it has developed anti-bullying policies which help the pupils learn how to relate to each other and how to live in a modern society.

The school is concerned that pupils should know what is expected in terms of behaviour and relationships – so everyone is expected to live by a simple and sensible code of behaviour.

Caring for an individual also means working with their families. The school is careful to encourage and develop a genuine partnership so that the learning is supported by a shared concern for success.

As a community Cleeve Park School aims

• to create a community where each pupil is valued and welcomed and where every person’s contribution to the school is recognised

• to ensure that every child is well  known to at least one teacher and knows who to turn to for advice, help and encouragement

• to create a calm, safe and purposeful learning environment where there is a common commitment to respect for individuals, respect for achievement and respect for property

• to involve members of the community, especially parents, in the life of the school and the education of their children through consultation and the celebration of success

• to recognise the continuity of education by developing strong links with primary schools and other education providers