Behaviour at Sarisbury

Working and learning together

At Sarisbury Church of England Junior School, we firmly believe that children have a right to attend a school in which learning takes place without disruption from other pupils and that praise, positive actions and rewards, best promote our high standards of behaviour. We value and respect all members of our school community and expect all pupils to adhere to ‘The Sarisbury Way’, the school’s Code of Conduct; details of which are contained in our Behaviour Policy below.

Pupils’ behaviour is exemplary. All pupils are respectful and very polite to each other and to adults. Pupils learn to be responsible and independent quickly. They are confident and self-assured learners.

Pupils say that bullying is very rare. Pupils say that if there are any issues they are resolved quickly. The school’s restorative approach to solving problems is clearly understood by pupils. The school is a calm, happy community.

The behaviour of pupils is outstanding. Pupils’ behaviour around school is impeccable. Pupils are polite and respectful to each other, adults and visitors. Inspectors were graciously welcomed by many children during the inspection.

Pupils follow the high expectations for behaviour and attitudes to learning incredibly well. They all know what is expected of them and talk positively about what it is to be a ‘Sarisbury learner’. Pupils and parents contributed to the creation of this learner profile.
Ofsted July 2019

Behaviour Policy – September 2020

SJS – Code of Conduct – September 2020 (The Sarisbury Way)

Anti-Bullying Policy – September 2020

The Sarisbury Learner – in the classroom

The Sarisbury Learner – relationships