Bournville will begin the phased reopening of Preschool, Reception, Year 1 & Year 6 from Monday 15th June.

Opening times for these year groups are as follows:

Pre school AM: 9am-11am

Pre school PM: 12.30pm-2.30pm

Reception: 9am-2pm

Year 1: 8.40am-1.45pm

Year 6: 8.20am-1.30pm

Provision for key worker and vulnerable groups will continue as throughout lockdown.

Breakfast and after school provision will only be available for key worker children.

These sessions need to be booked in advance.

Home learning will still be available for pupils in year 2,3,4 and 5 who are not attending school.

A reopening information video and pack has produced please follow this link

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We recognise that good discipline is essential to a successful school and we value the support you can offer as parents. The school focuses on choices, good and bad. Good choices are rewarded, whilst bad choices can lead to sanctions.

Our school behaviour policy aims to encourage a calm working atmosphere with care and consideration shown for others.  To this end, we reward with praise, stickers, certificates, class awards, notes home and ‘fabulous Friday’ play for those who work diligently, show respect for others and who care for equipment and the environment.

Children’s achievement is celebrated by the whole school community during Friday Celebration Assemblies, all parents are encouraged to attend.

When misbehaviour occurs children know that a range of sanctions will occur.  Information on misbehaviour is shared with parents and if poor behaviour persists, we contact parents with a view to discussing further action.  Our experience is that, when a child knows that home and school are working together, problems can be successfully overcome.  If damage to school property occurs through inappropriate behaviour, parents are informed.  We also request a contribution from parents to meet the cost of repair.

Poor behaviour will not be tolerated and a staged process of seclusion, off-site education and exclusion can occur in extreme circumstances, as a right of the Headteacher.  Exclusions from the classroom are used by the school and act as a catalyst for addressing the issues of inappropriate behaviour through collaborative working.