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Behaviour at Djanogly Strelley Academy

 

At Djanogly Strelley Academy we are always striving to ensure that all the pupils feel secure and confident within the boundaries set. All those who behave in a responsible and thoughtful way will experience success and will help create a happy environment through positive relationships with both other children and adults.

 

All the staff at this school will contribute towards sustaining a happy environment as this will lead to positive attitudes towards learning and working effectively with others. We also expect volunteers to share the same ethos.

 

We operate on positive approaches and encourage the re-enforcement of acceptable behaviour.

 

Our systems of positive behaviour management and our school rules reflect our belief that children need praise and encouragement to succeed. We reward good behaviour and deal consistently with bad behaviour. It is important to emphasise - we make it clear that it is the inappropriate behaviour we don’t like, not the child.

 

The School Behaviours we encourage at DSA 

The DSA Way

Be Ready

Be Respectful

Be Safe

 

 

Rewards at DSA

All staff use non – verbal rewards such as smiles and thumbs up FREQUENTLY. Verbal praise will be used EXTENSIVELY. 

 

In addition, the following system of tangible rewards can be used:

1.   Smile or verbal praise or thumbs up

2.   Sticker = tick on class tally chart

3.   Top 2 on class sticker chart win a prize on Friday

4.   3rd prize winner on Friday for behaviour improvements/effort

5.   Whole Class Reward system i.e. ‘marbles in a jar’ – a class celebration activity

       when achieved e.g. party or film

6.   Achievement Assembly

i.    Integrity Award winner from every class

ii.    Star of the Week winner from every class

iii.   Class Attendance Award winner

7.    MarvellousMe message home to parents

8.    Positive phonecall home

 

 

Consequences at DSA

  1.  Non-verbal warning (signal/look)
  2. Take-up time (As appropriate)
  3. Quiet reminder if The DSA Way (Ready, Respectful, Safe)
  4. Take-up time (As appropriate)
  5. Name on the behaviour sheet and adult involved to have a repair conversation with the child at an appropriate time during or at the end of the lesson.
  6. Take-up time or time out in an agreed area as needed
  7. Formal reflection time with a senior member of staff at break/lunch (Continued disruption/more serious breach)
  8. Further unacceptable behaviour = Senior Leadership involvement 

        

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