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Relationships Approach

We have replaced a ‘Behaviour Policy’ with a ‘Relationships policy’ because we recognise it is healthier as a community to focus the time and energy we have on positive relationships as opposed to control and compliance; this then also becomes about all relationships, between adults and pupils, between adults and between pupils.

The school approach prioritises reflection and self-evaluation; individual autonomy and building on strengths; democratic representation and collaboration; praise that inspires growth rather than implying judgement and taking responsibility for yourself and others.

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“I feel people look out for each other and this makes them smiley.” (Yr 6 leaver 2020)

“I have learnt that there are many people you can be friends with. Every person you meet is a new opportunity. I think talk partners help this.” Yr 6 Leaver 2020

“I have learnt that everyone is different and unique to one another and i have learnt to appreciate that. I have learnt to encourage others so that they have confidence in life.” Yr 6 Leaver 2020

“I have learnt how to make great friendships and what a great friendship is.” Yr 6 Leaver 2020

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