St. Martin at Shouldham is committed to providing a calm, secure and happy environment for the children in our care. Our bebehaviour policy behaviour policy was developed to reflect our positive approach. We are proud of the high standard of behaviour demonstrated by our children and we enjoy very good support from our parents if there are concerns about a child's behaviour. Children are encouraged to think about their behaviour and make good choices, and our strong moral guidance promotes positive attitudes, respect and peaceful co-existence. Expectations of behaviour are clear to pupils, as are the consequences of misbehaviour. Good behaviour (and other achievement) is reinforced with praise and systems of reward, including 'Do Jo', stickers, merit certificates and weekly awards. An appropriate curriculum, high expectations from staff and full parental involvement are key elements at St. Martin at Shouldham that help maintain high standards of behaviour.
Our behaviour policy ensures that the highest standards of behaviour and self discipline are encouraged at all times whether it is in the classroom, the playground, or on a school trip. The school asks parents to support this to allow every child to gain the most from their school day.