Behaviour Charter

TRINITY CATHOLIC COLLEGE

& SIXTH FORM

Trinity Rings new

BEHAVIOUR CHARTER

 

“An inclusive learning community living out Gospel values”

 

 

Rules to follow around the school:

 Follow all instructions given by prefects and staff, including lunchtime supervisors

  • Wear the correct uniform
  • Be polite and respectful to others
  • Be on time for school and for lessons
  • Walk quietly in corridors
  • Keep to the right on the staircase
  • Put all litter in bins and keep the school tidy
  • Keep chewing gum and other prohibited items at home

Rewards to help you and your learning:

  • Praise
  • Merit mark in journal
  • Merit Certificate
  • Entry in Prize Draw
  • 100% Attendance Certificate (termly and annually)
  • letter of commendation

Behaviour checks if you choose not to follow the rules:

Verbal warning

  • Name entered in prefect/lunchtime supervisors’ book
  • Referral and possible lunchtime detention
  • Referral and possible after-school detention
  • Parents invited into school

Very serious misbehaviour

This includes verbal abuse, disrespect towards others, threatening or violent behaviour, theft and fighting and will result in

  • Senior Staff procedures, immediate parental contact, possible exclusion from school.

 

Rules to follow in the classroom

  • Follow all instructions immediately
  • Bring your journal and all necessary equipment
  • Concentrate on your work and allow others to do the same
  • Be polite and respectful to others
  • Follow all classroom rules, including safety rules

Rewards to help you and your learning:

  • Praise, either verbal or written
  • Merit mark in journal
  • Merit Certificate
  • Letter of commendation
  • Favourable entry in subject report
  • Entry in Prize Draw

Behaviour checks if you choose not to follow the rules:

  • Verbal reprimand
  • Referral and possible lunchtime detention
  • Referral and possible after-school detention
  • Being placed on report by Head of House
  • Parents invited into school

Very serious misbehaviour

This included verbal abuse, disrespect towards others, threatening or violent behaviour, theft and fighting will result in:

  • Senior Staff procedures, immediate parental contact, possible exclusion from school.

 

SERIOUS BEHAVIOUR SANCTIONS

Pupil to be dealt with by Head of Year or a member of the Senior Management Team

  • Incident discussed and recorded in Head of Year file
  • Parents informed by phone and by letter
  • Isolation within school for remainder of day
  • Exclusion from school for appropriate period
  • Behaviour contract set up with pupil and parents upon re-admission
  • Pupil on report to Head of Year for appropriate length of time
  • Extended day (by agreement).  Alternative to some exclusions

If further action necessary:

  • Pupil and parents interviewed by member of Senior Management Team
    Possible temporary exclusion
    Pupil on school contract on re-admission
  • Pupil and parents interviewed by Headteacher
    Possible temporary exclusion
    Pupil on school contract on re-admission
  • Pupil and parents interviewed by Chair of Governors
    Possible temporary exclusion
    Pupil on Governors’ contract on re-admission
  • Pupil and parents appear before Governors’ Disciplinary Committee
    Possible permanent exclusion

 

 

Trinity Catholic College and Sixth Form Letterhead 13-5-15

‘Discipline for Learning’

Statement of Commitment

I understand the Discipline Charter and will work with the school to support its aims.

Pupil signature…………………………………………………………….

Parent(s) signature(s)…………………………………………………….

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Staff signature………………………………………………………….…

Date…………………………………………………………………………