Behaviour & Attitude

Behaviour & Attitudes to Learning

Positive behaviour is an essential ingredient of an effective school. We provide an inclusive, calm, quiet atmosphere in the school. We share responsibility with parents/carers and make every effort to provide the care which any responsible parent would be expected to make. Relationships between staff and pupils are critical. Our staff have a professional love for the pupils in their care. Staff take every opportunity to get to know their pupils so that they can develop strong and meaningful relationships.

At Parklands Community Primary & Nursery School, we expect and encourage good behaviour and self-discipline. We achieve this through visible consistency which is tightened through three simple rules, referred to and used regularly by all adults working in school: Ready, Respectful, Safe.

However, our expectations of the children can only be realised through the co-operation and support between home and school. Should any difficulties be encountered, we invite parents/carers to work with us to resolve them. Within school, positive behaviour is the collective responsibility of every member of staff and this extends beyond the individual classroom, to cover every child and every area of the school and playground.

Our approach to behaviour management focuses on relationships, positivity and consistency. We call this the Parklands Way.


Our Behaviour Policy outlines the details of our approach. Class Dojo is used to support children to make great choices and reward children. Parents can access Class Dojo both to see each time their child is rewarded and to message class teachers.

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