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Promoting Positive Behaviour

“Highly effective behaviour management by all staff means that pupils behave consistently well in lessons. This has had a positive impact on their attitudes to learning and the progress they make. Pupils also behave well around school. Playtimes and lunchtimes are well supervised occasions which ensure that pupils can play and socialise happily together.”

Ofsted (March 2017)


Our expected standards are that all children:

  1. Concentrate in lessons.
  2. Complete your work.
  3. Follow instructions straight away.
  4. Sit calmly and listen when asked.
  5. Wear correct school uniform.
  6. Look after school resources.
  7. Walk quietly in corridors.
  8. Speak politely to others.
  9. Play sensibly without anyone being hurt.
  10. Ask for help if needed.


At Kingsthorne we believe that fair management of behaviour and a positive approach to solving problems make school a secure, happy and stimulating for everyone.


We aim to provide children with confidence, responsibility and self esteem so they have the skills and strategies to act appropriately in a range of situations both within our school and beyond.


We encourage and reward good behaviour through praise, stickers, Headteacher’s awards, Star of the Week certificates and a range of badges and other awards




Nathan is wearing his bronze, silver and gold star badges as well as an award for 100% attendance and his role model badge.






Children who receive twelve Headteacher’s awards are invited with family members to tea and cakes with the Head, Deputy Head and governors at the end of the year.

Children who consistently display high standards of behaviour are nominated by staff to become a Role Model.


There is a set of standards for each year group and new Role Models are awarded with their badges each term in a special assembly to which family members are invited.


“The school has a “warm ethos” where everyone is equal, differences are celebrated and children take pride in the school”. Birmingham Standing Advisory Council on Religious Education, April 2016.


We have a system of sanctions for negative behaviour. Please see the Behaviour Policy for more details, this can be found under the section for Policies & Procedures on this website.

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