The Three Rs
The Behaviour Code was developed with the School Council to clarify the learning behaviours of all children at The Weald Primary School. The Three Rs are a simple, memorable code that all children are expected to follow.
Whenever I come into the classroom I am ready to learn...
· I make sure I am ready to learn by checking the board for instructions when I come into the class-room
· I make sure I am ready to learn by listening to the instructions given by the adult working with me.
· I make sure I am ready to learn— I have a positive attitude and I make sure I have the right equipment (pen, pencil, ruler etc).
· I am always ready to learn which means I will always have a go at the answer.
I show respect for myself, I respect those around me and I respect my learning environment...
· I always show respect by listening to adults or to whoever is talking. I show them that I am listening by stopping whatever I am doing and looking at them.
· I show respect by following instructions I am given the first time I am asked. If I am not sure or don’t understand the instruction I ask for help (from a friend or a teacher or another adult).
· I show respect by always putting my hand up if I want to say something to the whole class or answer an adult.
· I show respect by allowing my classmates the opportunity to learn, by not distracting them or behaving in a way that would disrupt a lesson.
· I show respect by keeping my class room and my belongings tidy and organised.
· I show respect by always trying my hardest.
I take responsibility for my learning, this means:
· I don’t waste time during my lessons
· I get straight on with my learning without being reminded.
· I need to stay focused on whatever my learning task is.
· I work hard not to get distracted—if I find staying focused difficult then I ask adults to support me.
· I work hard to contribute to the lesson by answering questions and listening carefully.
· I concentrate on working around problems that I may face by using all the resources I have available to me— the learning wall, my books, my classmates, or adults
· I take pride in my work; I don’t scribble in or on my books. I take care to present my work as neatly as I can.
· I always check though my work before I hand it in to make sure I have made it the very best it can be.
· I treat all pupils well.