· The governors of Amaano are responsible for ensuring that the policy is implemented.
· The Head Master is responsible for managing the policy.
· The school is responsible for close co-operation with parents with matters such as behaviour management.
· The staff is responsible for ensuring the policy is consistently supported.
· To value each other and develop mutual respect.
· To develop skills of self control and self discipline.
· To create an environment that supports learning.
· To build a community where everyone feels valued, safe and secure.
At Amaano we believe:
Children behave well when the following is present:
· Reward system; i.e. Golden Time and Star of The Day.
· Positive curriculum.
· Exciting activities and worksheets given.
· Clear expectations of achievement.
· Partnership exists between parents and the school.
· Care and consideration is taken for each child’s individual needs.
· Personal and Physical needs are met effectively.
· Strive to understand the underlying reasons for a child’s behaviour.
· Work in close cooperation with parents in matters of behaviour management.
· Encourage children to take RESPONSIBILITY for their own behaviour.
· Reward and praise good behaviour.
· Lead by good example.
· Involve parents in developing positive behaviour.
· Explain the policy so that the rules are clearly understood.
· Ensure that the rules are fair and consistently applied.
· Value children and treat them with respect.
· Make sure the children understand what behaviour is acceptable and what is not.
· Ensure the parents are informed of any bullying incidents that have been reported.
Children are to:
· Follow all schools rules.
· Follow all schools behaviour code.
· Respect and to take care of everyone within the school community.
· Play their part in helping to create a cooperative, contented school.
· Learn to accept responsibility for their own behaviour.
· Behave in a respectful way towards adults.
Parents are to:
· Support the schools policies.
· Inform staff if any bullying incidents arise.
· Inform the school if there are factors at home that may influence their child’s behaviour at school.
· Inform class teachers if you have any general behaviour concerns.
Dr. Abdisamed A. Dualle