Sexey’s School aims to provide an education that offers students the best possible opportunity to attain their potential. With the assistance of the support staff, the governors and the parents, the teaching staff of the school are here to create the circumstances for this to happen.
THE GUIDING PRINCIPLES
In order that the foregoing should happen, it is essential that every one of us is:
considerate respecting everyone else as an individual; making sure our words and our actions do not cause inconvenience to anybody;
courteous being polite and helpful at all times;
co-operative being willing to work together;
committed being involved and determined;
friendly being on good terms with each other;
hard working doing our best;
trusting accepting that others are genuine in their wish to help;
responsible being reliable and accountable for our actions; behaving as part of a community.
THE PRINCIPLES IN ACTION
This means that in practice we should all do the following:
be punctual avoid late arrival, do things on time;
speak considerately avoid shouting, swearing and the use of offensive language;
be ready for lessons have the necessary materials and work;
clear up after lessons, meals and prep;
move in an orderly way avoid running and hold doors open for other people;
be kind offer help politely and with good grace;
respect the environment furniture and buildings; plants and animals.
Appendix B to Behaviour Policy
School rules apply at all times from the start of each term, when a student first arrives on the school site until the end of term when they leave the school site under the responsibility of a parent or guardian.
School rules apply at all times during the school day or whilst a student is in school uniform in a public place, on the school site or participating in an activity organised by or for the school, whether this is on or off the school site. Day students should be mindful that their behaviour on the way to and from school reflects on the image of the school and that the school may choose to take action when their behaviour falls below the standards expected.