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We're thrilled to confirm that our Ofsted report has been published - Outstanding in all areas!

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Our Prospective Nursery and Reception Parent tours are now open for bookings. Please see our Admissions page on how to book.

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We are thrilled to confirm that we have been awarded the Inclusion Quality Mark. Go to our Inclusion page to read our report.

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We are thrilled to announce that we have been awarded the Quality Mark Gold for History following an assessment carried out by the Historical Association on 7th February 2023.

Barrow Hedges Primary School

​​​​​​​Rights and Responsibilities

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Rights and responsibilities

We give children choices and make it clear as to the consequences of the choices they make.

Every child has the right to:

• Feel safe and secure in school at all times and in all places in and around the school.

• Be able to get on with work and to play without threat or disruption from others.

• Be treated kindly and sensitively by adults in order that he/she may learn to empathise with others and learn to treat others likewise.

• Understand differences between individuals.

Every child is responsible for:

• Care and consideration towards other people and our school.

• Considering their own actions, reflecting on them and considering strategies to use in the future.

• Adhering to the four ‘Core Values’.

Each member of staff is responsible for:

• Implementing the behaviour policy consistently.

• Modelling positive behaviour.

• Providing a personalised approach to the specific behavioural needs of particular pupils.

• Recording behaviour incidents.

The senior leadership team will support staff in responding to behaviour incidents.

Parents are expected to:

• Support their child in adhering to the school’s behaviour policy and core values

• Inform the school of any changes in circumstances that may affect their child’s behaviour.

• Discuss any behavioural concerns with the class teacher promptly.

 The headteacher is responsible for:

• Reviewing and approving this behaviour policy.

• Ensuring that the school environment encourages positive behaviour and that staff deal effectively when inappropriate choices have been made.

• Monitoring how staff implement this policy to ensure rewards and sanctions are applied consistently.

The governors’ local committee is responsible for:

• Monitoring this behaviour policy’s effectiveness and holding the headteacher to account for its implementation.