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Behaviour at NJA

Good behaviour has always been expected at Normanton Junior Academy. We are always striving to improve behaviour throughout school, and we follow a positive behaviour system to do encourage exemplary conduct from our pupils. We also have a wide range of activities provision available for pupils to enjoy at playtimes and dinnertimes.

 

Playtimes/Dinnertimes

Staff are actively involved in taking part in fun activities with the children.  At dinnertimes, the dinner staff each have their own ‘zone’ with exciting activities children can take part in. These include: scooter hockey, tennis, use of the tyres, ‘4-square’, climbing frame, trim trail, table tennis, rounders, hockey, skipping, dance, football, basketball, arts, floor art, hula hoops, computers, library activities and use of the IT suite. 

Pupils say they enjoy break times and the activities available to them, which is great to hear!

 

Making Mistakes

Children learn from making mistakes. If as adults we are unable to put their mistakes into perspective and struggle to accept their consequences, this gives children the wrong message and does not allow them to learn from them. It is not what a child does, but how the adults around them deal with it that affects how they learn from mistakes and ensure they do not repeat them.

Always Green

Each half term, every child is given an invitation to the Always Green event  that takes place in the last week of the half term. If a child is moved to Amber or Red before the event takes place, then their invitation is revoked, as they have not shown Green behaviour at all times. Every half term, there will be a number of children who do not participate in the Always Green event. Isolated incidents that lead to a child missing the Always Green event are not  a cause for concern, they are simply an indication that a child has many an error in judgment. Regular problems are a cause for concern and are addressed as outlined above.