How We Behave

We aim to create a Christian environment in which each child is valued and special.  We also aim to nurture and develop respect for the rights and needs of others within the children. As a church school, we believe that good behaviour is supported by Biblical guidelines.

The behaviour in our school is exemplary.  Children behave well both in lessons and around the school.  Behaviour has been judged to be outstanding in both the 2010 and 2013 Ofsted reports and in the 2015 SIAMs inspection.

Below are quotes from the 2013 Ofsted report about behaviour within St. Eanswythe’s CE Primary School.

  • ‘Pupils thoroughly enjoy school and this is reflected in their attendance which is now high.’
  • ‘Pupils have extremely positive attitudes to learning and contribute to lessons with confidence because of the excellent relationships they have with staff.’
  • ‘Outside lessons, pupils continue to be confident and caring as well as exceptionally well mannered, holding doors open for each other as well as for adults.’
  • ‘Pupils unanimously say they feel very safe and they know they are valued and well cared for by staff in the school. The school promotes equality of opportunity, tackles discrimination and fosters good relations exceptionally well.’

The 2015 SIAMs inspection states, ‘Behaviour across the school is outstanding and relationships within the school are of a very high quality, making the school a very loving, accepting and nurturing environment.’

The exceptional behaviour of the children enables them to learn to their full potential it also means that it is possible to for them to have a wide range of extra curricular opportunities.

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