Behaviour and Rights
Ofsted Report, 2013
Pupils behave well in lessons and around the school
They understand the school rules and respond quickly to instructions from all members of staff
Pupils have very good attitudes to learning. They are enthusiastic and enjoy coming to school
Pupils feel safe and secure
They have complete confidence that the adults who look after them would deal with anything that might be worrying them
All children and adults in Parkgate School follow our 'Rights', which are:
The right to learn
The right to be respected
The right to feel safe
University of Parkgate
Every child at Parkgate is part of a 'house'. These are named after four aspects our children are expected to develop:
Children receive house points for outstanding efforts or attitude to learning. These count towards weekly awards for the house with the most points. Also children represent their houses in competition throughout the year. In autumn the children take part in a dance off, in spring they compete at benchball and in the summer they take part in athletics competitions.
Please refer to the Personal Development Behaviour and Welfare Policy below for information relating to exclusions.