What is Behaviour and Safety at Parkland Junior School?

Parkland Junior School is a school which seeks to develop confident, independent, caring and enquiring individuals who are prepared to take a risk but fully understand how to keep themselves and those around them safe from harm. We will provide excellent learning opportunities for children to develop and celebrate exemplary behaviour and a thorough understanding of safety.

At Parkland Junior School we believe preparing the children to be upstanding members of the community is a vital part of their education.

Activities to promote Behaviour & Safety include:

  • Golden Rules & Golden Time
  • Our School Reflection
  • Participation in a wide of range of different educational visits
  • Participation in National Anti-Bullying Week.
  • Reading literature about behaviour
  • Lunchtime Helpers & Playground Buddies
  • E-Safety and Safety In Action training
  • Lollipop Crossing Monitors at the infant school, with a focus on the green cross code
  • School Council meetings/surveys
  • Circle Time and PSHCE (Personal, Social, Health and Citizenship Education) lessons
  • The development of SMSC (Spiritual, Moral, Social & Cultural) throughout the school, including work on British Values
  • Close work with our PSCO (Police Schools Community Officer)

Behaviour Development

Following the Golden Rules
Following the Golden Rules
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Promoting Olympic Values during P.E and Sports Events
Promoting Achievement
Promoting Achievement

Behaviour development is shown by:

  • Respect for themselves and each other (demonstrating good manners)
  • A sense of enjoyment and fascination in learning about themselves and the world
  • An understanding of the Golden Rules
  • Incorporating Learning Powers in their behaviour
  • Willingness to reflect on their own experiences

At Parkland Junior School we promote behaviour development through:

  • Daily whole school assemblies and special themed assemblies
  • Class assemblies and plays
  • Ability to recognise the differences between right and wrong
  • School trips and visitors which promote outstanding behaviour
  • Creating class books and displays regarding rules, Learning Powers and behaviour
  • Celebrations of outstanding behaviour and excellent etiquette such as Star Awards (class behaviour and golden rule keepers)
  • Peer and self-evaluation
  • Team games, sports events and extra-curricular clubs to promote collaboration
  • Understanding of the consequences of their actions
  • Planned investigations and developing reasoned views about moral and ethical issues
  • Class debates

Safety Development

Lollipop Crossing Monitors
Lollipop Crossing Monitors
Working with our Local PSCO
Working with our Local PSCO
Work on Anti-Bullying
Work on Anti-Bullying

Safety development is shown by:

  • Knowledge of the golden rules and why we have them
  • An understanding of e-safety
  • Exemplary behaviour around the school and outside of school

At Parkland Junior School we promote safety development through:

  • Planned SEAL and PSHE programmes
  • Discussing safe behaviour
  • Promoting making good choices
  • Assemblies with safety themes such as road and rail safety
  • Circle time
  • E-safety assemblies and meetings for parents to promote safe internet use at home
  • School council safety survey and pupil voice
  • Caring and having empathy for others and understanding their welfare needs
  • Participation in Anti-bullying week
  • Visits and visitors e.g. Our Police Liaison Officer

Year 6 Safety in Action Training

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