Behaviour


We have high expectations of our pupils’ behaviour and encourage self-discipline. We manage behaviour in a kind but firm way, through discussion and with care, and if children need it we have an Emotional Literacy Support Assistant (ELSA) who is trained to deal with specific problems such as shyness or difficulties in interacting with other children.  Your child's class teacher should be the first person to talk to if you are worried. Most issues are 'one-offs' which we deal with in school without the need for home involvement, but we will contact parents if there are any persistent difficulties.