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GREEN CHOICE BEHAVIOURS 

 

All children will start the day on GREEN on their class traffic light system. All members of staff will recognise and celebrate GREEN behaviours around school. We believe that rewards play a motivational part in helping children to see that good behaviour is recognised and valued.  Here are some of the GREEN behaviours we are looking out for:

 

Green CHOICE Behaviours will be rewarded

Holding the door open

Greeting people

Listening to others

Focusing on work

Lining up quietly

Walking down corridors

Playing kindly with others

Tidying up

Walking into school quietly

Picking up litter

Saying please and thank you

Keeping tables and classrooms tidy

Being courteous and respectful

Sitting quietly in assembly

Doing as asked the first time

Offering others support

Waiting your turn

Being a good friend

Offering to do a job

Working well with others

 

Unwanted Behaviours

 

These are examples of behaviours we do not want to have at Borrow Wood.

 

Amber CHOICE

If repeated becomes RED

Red CHOICE

If repeated becomes SEVERE

Severe CHOICE

May lead to exclusion

Unkind remarks

Pushing in the line

Elbowing

Dropping litter

Pulling faces

Eye rolling

Shrugging shoulders

Answering back

Running in the corridor

Fidgeting

Tipping on chairs

Unprepared for work

Leaving desks

Shouting out

Telling tales

Leaving areas untidy

Talking instead of working

Talking instead of listening

Failing to keep on task

Making noises

Distracting others

Should unwanted behaviours persist the child will be moved to RED and will be asked to think about making the right CHOICE.

Swearing

Fighting

Name calling

Telling lies

Play fighting

Spitting

Hitting

Kicking

Throwing objects

The misuse of social media to bully, intimidate or humiliate others.

Should unwanted behaviours persist the child will be moved to SEVERE and will be referred to Senior Leadership.

Physical threats

Physical violence

Verbal threats

Bullying

Stealing

Vandalism

Absconding from school

Offensive gestures

Touching others in a way that they do not like

Refusal to follow adult instructions

Behaviour that puts themselves or others at risk of serious harm.

The use of derogatory and offensive language, text or images relating to race, religion, disability or lifestyle choice such as sexual orientation

 

 

 

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