Behaviour Policy / Schematic

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POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR – Achievement (SIMS)

INCLUDES:  Achievement in Learning, Creativity, Productivity, Being helpful, Being kind, Making Progress, Critical thinking, Problem Solving

LOG ON SIMS AS ACHIEVEMENT

COACH FEEDS BACK TO STUDENT (& PARENT IF APPROPRIATE)

COACH UPDATES PROVISION PLAN*

 

NEGATIVE BEHAVIOUR – Behavioural (SIMS)

INCLUDES: Disrespect, Provocation, Aggression, Inappropriate language, Refusing to follow instruction, Ignoring ACE’s Rights & Responsibilities, Use of Mobile PhoneS

LOG ON SIMS AS BEHAVIOUR

COACH FEEDS BACK TO STUDENT (& PARENT IF APPROPRIATE)

COACH UPDATES PROVISION PLAN*

BEHAVIOUR LEADS / TEAM:

ENGAGEMENT ISSUE – T & L LEADS

EXTERNAL ISSUES – P P TEAM

CHALLENGING BEHAVIOUR – Behaviour Process
BEHAVIOUR INTERVENTIONS LADDER:
Step 1: What intervention is necessary (INTENT)
Step 2: Action Intervention (IMPLEMENTATION)
Step 3: Track & Assess Results (IMPACT)
Step 4: Incident Management Record process
Step 5: Reference to SLT

 

UNSAFE BEHAVIOUR Welfare (CPOMS)

INCLUDES: Truanting, Leaving site, Abuse of alarms, Repeatedly refusing to follow instruction, Repeatedly ignoring ACE’s Rights & Responsibilities, Drugs & Alcohol, Highly inappropriate use of mobile phone

LOG ON CPOMS AS UNSAFE BEHAVIOUR

UNSAFE BEHAVIOUR TEAM, BEHAVIOUR LEADS +, COACH, SAFEGUARDING REP, PUPIL PROGRESS REP, SLT LEAD

DRUG POLICY

WEAPONS POLICY

UNSAFE BEHAVIOUR INTERVENTIONS LADDER
Step 1: 1:1 Mtg with Coach
Step 2: Mtg with Coach/ Behaviour
Step 3: Letter Home + IMR Team
Step 4: IMR Process & Review
Step 5: SLT / HAM
Record all steps on CPOMs
(From Stage 3 via IMR template to then be uploaded onto CPOMS)

 

ACE BEHAVIOUR MANAGEMENT STRATEGY

Reminders: Recognise Positive Behaviour, The ACE Skills for Success grades should be used to reward or sanction performance against the 6 skill areas, Be aware of the distinction between Negative & Unsafe Behaviours. Coaches should check SIMs each day following attendance & feedback accordingly.