As a school, we believe that in order to best facilitate teaching and learning, acceptable behaviour must be demonstrated in all aspects of school life.
– Promoting desired behaviour.
– Promoting self-esteem, self-discipline, proper regard for authority, and positive relationships based on mutual respect.
– Ensuring equality and fair treatment for all.
– Praising and rewarding good behaviour.
– Challenging and disciplining bad behaviour.
– Providing a safe environment
– Encouraging positive relationships with parents/carers.
– Developing positive relationships with our students to enable early intervention.
– A shared approach which involves students in the implementation of the school’s policy and associated procedures.
– Promoting a culture of praise and encouragement in which all students can achieve.
Please visit our Policies page for our full Behaviour Policy.
Click the videos below for information about Behaviour and Expectations at George Pindar School.
This morning, our Y11s who are working with @NYBEP_NE on the ‘Your Choice Your Voice’ programme had great fun constructing chairs from balloons! The challenge was to make a chair that could be sat upon without it bursting & both teams succeeded! #proudtobepindar #thrivewithhope pic.twitter.com/gj47…
Coventry University are delivering four FREE online security workshops over the coming weeks. One of them is in Eastfield on 2nd March at Eastfield Community Centre (Legacy) 1pm-3pm. The sessions are designed to keep you safe online and avoid the many scams out there. pic.twitter.com/NOF8…
As part of their community project, the ARC learners have visited Saint Cecilia's this week. They have enjoyed getting to know the residents and games of boccia, dominoes and beetle drive! #proudtobepindar #thrivewithhope pic.twitter.com/jvt0…
Looks like we have an engineer in the making! Cheryl from @NYBEP said that Cameron’s bridge was the best she’d ever seen in the ‘Your Voice, Your Choice’ workshop this morning. #proudtobepindar #thrivewithhope #engineering pic.twitter.com/YDgD…
We are very lucky to have @EmotionSwitch working with our Year 7s on Tuesday mornings this half term. They are learning valuable life skills as they work through their ‘My Success Blueprint’ Journal.’ #proudtobepindar #thrivewithhope #EmotionSwitch pic.twitter.com/UDpC…