Behavioural Management for Pupils
We expect the highest standards of behaviour from Hailey Hall pupils. To support this we have a behaviour management system which is designed to be part of our school ethos as it builds on positive behaviour and will help all members of the Hailey Hall School community to feel happier, to achieve and to seek excellence together.
The behaviour management programme has been developed from proven outstanding schools provision to enable us to implement a system where positive choices about behaviour result in praise and negative choices about behaviour result in a consequence. To help encourage positive or pro social behaviour we have a have very strong rewards systems which celebrate all levels of success and encourages pupils to do their very best. Throughout the year, pupils receive points for excellent work which contribute towards various prizes presented in school assemblies and termly reward trips. Positive post cards are awarded by staff in recognition of pro social behaviour or random acts of kindness and these cards are then used in a weekly prize draw. This helps us catch the pupils getting it right and reinforce positive behaviour.
The school also runs Pupil Voice which gives the pupils an opportunity to share opinions and influence change throughout the school. Each form group elect a representative to attend meetings which occur at least half termly. They will discuss matters such as rewards and consequences throughout the school as well as topical issues such as general elections or major news issues.
The aims of the programme are:
- To place the focus on learning
- To provide a consistent whole-school approach to behaviour