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Positive Behaviour


At Parson Street Primary School, our approach to behaviour is both POSITIVE and RESTORATIVE.  All interactions between both staff and pupils are underpinned by our Core Values:


Wisdom Justice
Courage Compassion
Hope Respect
Responsibility Integrity


We also encourage children to follow the Three Simple Rules: Be Ready, Be Respectful, Be  Safe.


Where children act in a way that goes against these rules, there are clear consequences. We follow a restorative approach and always seek to give children the opportunity to take responsibility for their actions, reflect on their behaviour, repair and restore their relationships. 


If there are any questions about our approach to managing and promoting behaviour and pupil welfare, please do not hesitate to contact our Assistant Head Teacher (responsible for Personal Development, Behaviour & Welfare) - Ms Buckle.


Alternatively, you may also contact Miss Hopcroft or one of the Senior Leaders if you are not able to resolve your concerns with your child's class teacher:


EYFS (Nursery & Reception) - Ms Williams

KS1 (Y1 & Y2) - Ms Pettitt

LKS2 (Y3 & Y4) - Ms Lee

UKS2 (Y5 & Y6) - Ms Whidden

Our school's approach to promoting positive behaviour is summarised in our Behaviour Blueprint. This is also available to download in the documents list below.

Behaviour Blueprint

As part of our Restorative Approach, we use key questions to ensure that children are encouraged to reflect on and learn to understand their behaviour. 

Ready? Responsible? Safe? (RRS)

Please see our new Bubble Charter showing the new rules and routines we need to follow during Covid-19



We are an 'Anti-Bullying' School. We take instances of bullying very seriously. To demonstrate our commitment, the whole school has agreed to the Anti-Bullying Promise below.


If you, or someone you know, is being bullied - either at school or online - then please make sure you tell a trusted adult in school so that we can make it stop.  Everyone deserves to feel safe and happy.

Anti-Bullying Promise

STOP Bullying