Riverside School Staff create an environment in which all individuals are valued, respected and feel safe. Positive behaviour strategies are implemented across the school to ensure teaching and learning can be given priority.
- To provide an ethos where all pupils respect each other and where there is mutual respect between staff and pupils.
- To create a climate where pupils learn, develop and mature.
- To provide rewards for good practice
- To provide a safe and caring environment where all pupils are encouraged to respect others, irrespective of race, gender, colour, creed or disability.
- For pupils to develop strategies/skills to cope with various situations which arise in and outside school.
- Ultimately for Riverside pupils to manage their behaviour through their own self-regulation rather than through constraints imposed from outside.
Behaviour Policy 2023
Governors Written Statement of Behaviour Principles
Physical Intervention & Restraint
The school follows the Crisis & Aggression Limitation and Management (CALM) behaviour management training programme. The aim of CALM is to keep pupils and staff safe at all times.
Physical Intervention and Restraint Policy
Associated Government Publications
The Equality and Human Rights Commission have introduced associated standards regarding monitoring, recording and analysis of restraint used in schools. This guidance protects the rights of the individuals and ensures open and effective communication between schools and families.