Behaviour

Our Behaviour Policy outlines expectations of behaviour in Holy Spirit. 

The aim of this Behaviour Policy is to ensure that high standards of behaviour are promoted at all times and by everyone at Holy Spirit Catholic Primary School. Positive behaviour is always expected and will ensure that every pupil experiences the very best learning possible at Holy Spirit, so that every child achieves the very best they can. We believe that each individual should be valued and treated as an integral member of our school community. Positive and caring attitudes are to be fostered in all aspects of school life, including behaviour, discipline, self-value and respect for others. We at Holy Spirit believe that each and every person should be encouraged to respect the individual uniqueness and rights of others so that everyone can be comfortable within their school environment. We propose to do this by employing a positive attitude to pupil behaviour and developing consistency of approach to the management of behaviour by all staff and pupils.

Click on the policy below

Our new whole school Give Me 5 incentive for children. 

As part of our continued journey to outstanding with our behaviour and ensuring that our school continues to soar to new heights, we would like to introduce to you our new whole school ‘Give me 5!’ incentive.

For this new incentive, children will go clubbing each Friday afternoon 2:30-3pm, this will be completing arts and crafts, go-karting, yoga, games outdoors or an activity of their classes' choice. 

To earn Let's Go Clubbing on a Friday 2:30-3pm, our children will need to have the following all week: 1. No lates all week – be in school on time each day. 2. 100% attendance all week. 3. No yellow, red or black cards all week. 4. Homework completed and returned to school (weekly Maths/English as well as Reading homework) 5. PE kit in school and full school uniform (including correct school shoes and tie.) There will be an end of term treat for all children who have received raffle tickets throughout the term.

Please try to encourage your child and support them to receive a raffle ticket each week. We are hoping that all of our children will receive the treat.

Please help your child to be punctual to school; be in school everyday; support them with their homework and home reading and ensure they are wearing the correct full school uniform. End of term treats we have had so far are are a Community Cinema morning, Magician show and Ice cream and games afternoon. 

Any child who does not have enough tickets will not attend the end of term treat. Thank you for your support with this new incentive and please try to encourage your child to earn as many raffle tickets as they can. We understand that children get ill and we are not expecting them to get a raffle ticket each week.

Each teacher will keep a record of your child’s progress on their Let's Go Clubbing and this will be shared with you at Parents’ evenings throughout the year.

Click on the link below to download a copy of our Give Me incentive. Your child will take home a slip which outlines if they did not receive Give Me 5 in the week and the reason why. 

Letter to parents explaining Let's Go Clubbing. 

Our weekly Golden Table! 

Children are chosen each Friday for having excellent behaviour and good manners throughout the week. Doesn't the table look fantastic?