The Governing Body expects all parents to support the school and their child in upholding, modelling and ensuring good behaviour, both inside and outside of school.
Harlington School endeavours to enable every pupil to reach their potential through the promotion of a calm, positive and purposeful learning environment. Our Behaviour for Learning Framework emphasises a high regard for effective learning, self-regulation and social inclusion. Respect and personal responsibility for the pursuit of academic excellence underpins our focus on a relentless pursuit of excellent behaviour, high levels of attendance and punctuality, strict adherence to the wearing of our school uniform and positive and respectful attitudes towards one another.
Behaviour for Learning
Our Behaviour and Exclusion Policy is there to ensure that learning can take place without interruption, that our school is a safe, happy and welcoming place in which to learn and work, and that the reputation of our school in the wider community is that of a high achieving and caring school. The purpose of our behaviour framework is to ensure a consistent approach across the school in supporting excellent behaviour and learning. It ensures that all students understand what constitutes acceptable and unacceptable behaviour and that every student understands their choices and the consequences.
The following section explains what is expected of Harlington School students and how the school will address incidents of unacceptable behaviour: