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Our Code of Conduct

At Ordsall Primary School we all agree to follow our Code of Conduct. Our Code is not merely a list of what we don't do, it is more an agreement of how we should behave and the reasons why we would behave that way. Everyone who enters our school is asked to "sign up" to our Code of Conduct, which is closely related to the work that we do on Fundamental British Values and, in particular, the Rule of Law and Individual Liberty.

Our British Values Hand

 

 

 

How the Rule of Law Flows through Ordsall Primary School

 

EYFS

 

  • Developing and understanding the early language of Good choice, bad choice, right, wrong.
  • We learn to manage our own feelings and behaviour, learn right from wrong, behaving within agreed and clearly defined boundaries in our routines and play activities and about dealing with the consequences e.g. Thinking chair, focussed positive praise, individual sticker charts.
  • Finding out about and seeing people who help us, including Emergency Service Visits.
  • Learning routines, rules and boundaries for the day in school

Year 1

  • Following our school code of conduct and looking at the reasons behind it.
  • Creating our own class charter.
  • Talking about how rules make what we do fair
  • Thinking and talking about staying safe at specific times e.g. Bonfire night.

Year 2

  • Following our school code of conduct and learning how this is replicated to similar rules outside of school they may experience e.g. in clubs and activities.
  • Following rules in games and activities and know how these help keep us safe and make things fair.
  • Thinking and talking about rules that help us stay safe such as Bonfire night and during other events and times.

Year 3

 

  • Follow the school code of conduct and anti-bullying pledges and develop an understanding of how it relates to the wider world and the possible consequences of not following them
  • Have the opportunity to experience rules within the local area
  • Understand safety within the school environment and during specific times and events

Year 4

 

  • Follow the school code of conduct and anti-bullying pledges and deepen an understanding of how it relates to the wider world and the consequences of not following them on others
  • Have the opportunity to experience rules within the local community
  • Understand safety in the wider world including on the roads and during specific times and events

Year 5

 

  • Agreeing a set of principles and relating it to the school code of conduct and anti-bullying pledges and the immediate consequences of not following them
  • Have the opportunity to experience rules within a different setting and begin to understand some of the legal consequences of not following rules either as a group or an individual.
  • Understand safety in the wider world including in water and during specific times and events

Year 6

 

  • Agreeing a set of principles and relating it to the school code of conduct and anti-bullying pledges and make links to real life legislation
  • Understand the consequences of not following rules in group and individual activities. E.g  on a residential visit
  • Understand national laws and issues and be able to explain rules to others

 

 

   

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