If you choose not to meet our basic expectations for conduct and effort, consequences will follow, in stages set out below.
Consequences of failing to meet our basic expectations
|1.||Negative points||Tutor involvement|
|2.||Removal from classroom/Serious Incident will result in a 45 minute whole school detention. If a pupil fails to attend detention or demonstrates poor behaviour they will receive a ‘yellow card’ warning.||Tutor notified|
|3.||Pupils who receive a ‘yellow card’ warning will have a 60 minute whole school detention. Pupils who fail to attend or demonstrate poor behaviour in their 60 minute detention will receive a Fixed Term Exclusion for 0.5 day.||Parent/Carer informed|
|4.||Report monitored by Tutor||Tutor contacts Parent/Carer|
|5.||Report monitored by Year Leader||Parent/Carer contacted by Year Leader/Assistant Year Leader|
|6.||Behaviour Contract||Parent/Carer and pupil to attend meeting with Year Leader to agree a behaviour contract|
|7.||Reflection Room||Pupil in Reflection Room for 1-5 days and contract extended|
|8.||Report Monitored by Progress Leader/SLT||Reviewed with Parent/Carer|
|9.||Governors’ Pupil Welfare and Attendance Pane||Parent/Carer and pupil required to meet with Governors|
|10.||Alternative provision||Pupil may be sent to either internal or external provision at school’s discretion|
|11.||Managed move to a different school||Pupil may have to move to a different school within Hartlepool|
|12.||Permanent exclusion||If pupil is still failing despite the support and extra provision detailed above, permanent exclusion may be considered|
Please note that REFLECTION, ALTERNATIVE PROVISION (Internal or external) or FIXED TERM EXCLUSION may be used at any point at the school’s discretion.