Behaviour, Attitudes and Exclusions

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DfE Behaviour Hubs

Our school has been chosen to be a Lead Primary School Behaviour Hub for the Department for Education. We are delighted and are working with other schools nationally to continue to reflect on how we sustain a strong behaviour culture. 

For more information regarding Behaviour Hubs please click on the link below:


Good behaviour is at the heart of everything our school does. We prioritise the behaviour of our pupils as we know that good behaviour is fundamental to good learning. Our staff prioritise good positive behaviour from when our pupils walk in the door at breakfast club from 7.30am until when they leave after a busy day of learning. The expectation at the Beacon is that all pupils should behave well because it is the right thing to do. We pride ourselves on ensuring that we have strong procedures and routines in place across our school so we can be efficient and use our time learning well. 

Our staff have been trained and receive constant refresher training so that they can manage our pupils well so that pupils and staff can focus on learning. We also prioritise behaviour so that our pupils feel safe within our school. 

We have a code of conduct that underpins all that we expect from our pupils. We focus on rewarding our pupils for good behaviour and support those who require additional support.  The expectation is that our pupils will behave and we teach our children how to behave. Good behaviour is expected to be seen, demonstrated, encouraged and expected all the time starting from our 2--3 room up to Y6 (our expectations are in line with the development and age of the child). We want our pupils to flourish academically and sociallly so we ask our pupils to think and focus. 

We work very closely with parents and carers in line with our behaviour policy, communication between school and families is very important to us. 

Leaders have a School Improvement Plan for Behaviour, Attitudes and Personal Development for 2023 - 24 to help further support our developments in this area across our school. We also have a School Improvement Plan for Attendance for 2023 - 24.


Attendance Quality Mark - GOLD 

We are very proud to have been awarded the GOLD Attendance Quality Mark as part of Liverpool Learning Partnership. This is the top award and it recognises the efforts and focus as a school we have had evaluating our strategies used to promote strong attendance over time. As a school we are effective reducing the number of pupils who are missing school and learning and have shared our strategies widely with many schools within Liverpool and the Liverpool Diocese.

Please find below some key documentation that supports how we manage the behaviour and attitudes of our pupils. 


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