Code of Conduct
Helping to maintain a safe & secure community
At The Earls High School, we recognise that good behaviour can be taught. High expectations of learning behaviour permeate the curriculum. The pastoral curriculum provides opportunities to develop students’ social, emotional and behavioural skills. High expectations in the classroom, consistently applied across the school establish good behaviour as the norm.
Key principles for behaviour in the classroom:
Key principles for behaviour in school:
|Students who are ready to learn:
|Students who are respectful:
|Students help keep our school safe when they:
The school behaviour policy applies not only when students are in school or travelling to and from school, but at all times when they are acting as members of our school community.
Students also learn by example, and all adults at the school, including visitors, have a responsibility to model the high standards that we expect. The full reasoning behind our approach to behaviour is laid out in our behaviour policy.