Behaviour

We encourage and expect good behaviour from our pupils. This is based on a whole-school ethos of care and tolerance for others rather than on a long list of rules and regulations. The primary purpose of discipline in a school is to allow effective learning to take place. A calm and ordered environment is needed for this and all our pupils are expected to behave accordingly. High expectations in behaviour, as in learning, generally produce excellent results.

 

The Headmaster reserves the right to exclude any pupil for bad behaviour pending discussions with parents and, ultimately, to require the removal of a disruptive pupil from the school.

 

"The contribution and arrangements for pastoral care is excellent."

"The contribution of arrangements for welfare, health and safety is excellent."

"The quality of leadership and management, including links with parents is excellent."

ISI June 2015

KGPS