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Welcome to Ribbleton Avenue Methodist Junior School. We hope you enjoy looking around our site. “Brighter futures built with Ambition, Courage and Respect; filled with Love, Hope and Faith”

Policies

Statutory policies

 

Some of the key policies that govern our school are summarised here. Please contact us to discuss these, to ask for a full version of the policy, or to ask about any of our other policies.

Thank you

 

Please be advised that our Behaviour policy and the Sex and Relationships Policy are under review and a new Policy is awaiting agreement with the Governing Body.

 

Please see our proposed ethos for the management of behaviour as will be outlined in our new behaviour policy.

 

Overview

In this school, every child matters. Our behaviour policy has been redesigned in November 2019 to ensure that our values are better reflected.

Our Vision 

  

Within this truly distinctive Methodist School, our common purpose is to enable every child to thrive academically, emotionally and spiritually and to become the person God intends them to be. We will be a school of which the local community and the Methodist Church are justly proud. 

  

Our Mission 

  

“Brighter futures built with Ambition, Courage and Respect; filled with Love, Hope and Faith” 

 

We have high expectations of all of our pupils to ensure that every child celebrates and achieves their unique God given talent and so our policy is based around the principles of intrinsic motivation for making the right choices, rather than being rewarded for the basics.  Our behaviour system is based on Christian beliefs and underpinned by respect and forgiveness; ensuring that mistakes are allowed to be righted and reflected on.  We believe these practices support our development of a growth mind set in line with our distinct Methodist characteristics and the work of John Welsey.    

Objectives

  1. To set out clear rules for our children;
  2. To support our children in living our Christian values;
  3. To encourage children to make good choices about their own behaviour;
  4. To develop children’s understanding that mistakes do happen and be can righted with effort and reflection:
  5. To set our clear sanctions for poor behaviour choices;
  6. To ensure an equitable approach to behaviour management;
  7. To involve parents in promoting good behaviour;
  8. To ensure that there is complete consistency from staff in the implementation of the policy.

Maths policy

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