Written Statement of Behaviour Principles


All of our pupils have the right to access education within an orderly and safe
environment. The promotion and expectation of acceptable behaviour is built
on a foundation of mutual respect, tolerance of others, empathy and social
awareness. We accept that pupils who attend Educational Diversity will have
previously experienced significant issues in the context of behaviour. By
recognising that the pupils are responsible for the choices they make and their
own behaviours, we can encourage and support the pupils to make positive
changes. This will lead to developing positive attitudes towards others and
their learning, whilst building self confidence and esteem maximising potential
both socially and academically.


Review date: October 2017

 

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Telephone
01253 476660
Address
Bathurst Avenue, Blackpool, FY3 7RJ
Email
wendy.casson@eddiversity.blackpool.sch.uk

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