At Bournville we value and respect every member of the school community, and ensure that each person is treated fairly. Our behaviour policy promotes an environment where everyone feels happy, safe and secure. Our staff are consistent in their approach and work in close partnership with the families of the pupils in our care.
The school rewards good behaviour, as it believes that this will develop an ethos of kindness, fairness and cooperation.
Our communication is clear, calm and consistent at all times.
Children and adults are expected to follow these three key behaviours:
At Bournville we are committed to developing an anti-bullying culture where the bullying of adults, children or young people is not tolerated in any form.
Bournville aims to prevent and tackle all forms of bullying e.g. Face to Face, Online and Social Media
By effectively preventing and tackling bullying our school can help to create a safe and disciplined environment, where pupils are able to learn and fulfil their potential.
Our pupils are actively involved in the prevention of bullying behaviours.
Our Anti-Bullying ambassadors are involved in anti-bullying campaigns in the school and embedding messages in the wider school curriculum. They are positive role models and act to support and reinforce the development of healthy relationships in the school.
As a school we have worked in partnership with the Diana Awards to train pupils and staff in helping to educate the whole school community as to what bullying is, how to prevent this and how to support children to develop more healthy choices relating to friendship behaviours.