Promoting Positive Relationships
In our schools we believe in setting good examples and in having high expectations. Our high expectations of behaviour apply to all children when they are in school, on educational visits or visiting places on behalf of the school. All adults working with Brindishe children have a responsibility for behaviour. Children also have a responsibility to behave well and the right to expect others to behave well towards them. Children are expected to respond to whoever is responsible for them. This includes teaching and support staff, volunteers and parent helpers. It is our belief that behaviour is learnt and therefore can be changed. We teach children how to behave well and how to be considerate and self-disciplined individuals.