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Kingsnorth Primary School

KingsnorthChurch of England Primary School


As per the 'Parent Handbook'.

The school has high standards of conduct and expects all children to behave in a sensible, responsible and safe manner at all times and to have regard for the feelings and well-being of others. It is important that parents help children to understand that these rules extend into the playground and beyond school. Children should walk quietly about the school with consideration for others. They are expected to be polite and well mannered to each other and to all adults. Children should not bring in toys, games or other personal possessions to school, unless asked to do so by their teacher.

Bullying and racism are not tolerated and children are encouraged to report incidents appropriately and sensibly. All incidents are followed up and the school has a duty to record and report any proven incidents to the Governors and the Local Authority.

Raising the profile of good behaviour is important to us and we do this in a variety of ways.

We have celebration assembly. These assemblies also provide an opportunity to celebrate learning within and outside school. Certificates are awarded to the children. The certificates are awarded for our ‘School Values’ for ‘Learning’ and for a ‘Positive Action’.  The certificates carry a two house point award. 


  • Positive comments
  • House points (see Houses)
  • Stickers and marking special moments in whole school situations

By building a supportive dialogue, the school works collaboratively with parents so that our children receive consistent messages. If the school has to use reasonable sanctions, we will endeavour to inform parents quickly. Some staff have received Team Teach training and we use positive handling techniques.


  • First warning
  • Red – Final warning
  • Red 1 – Removed for 5 minutes within classroom
  • Red 2 – Sent to another teacher for 5 minutes
  • Red 3 – Sent to the Assistant Headteacher or Deputy Headteacher (Parents contacted if appropriate)
  • Red 4 – Sent to the Headteacher and parents contacted if appropriate
  • Red 5 – Fixed term/Permanent exclusion


House systems contribute to improving behaviour by providing pupils with a sense of belonging and pride.