Heathlands Primary Academy

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We have a duty under the School Standards and Framework Act 1998 to have in place a behaviour policy that is consistent throughout the school. At Heathlands Primary Academy and Preschool we believe that we promote good behaviour by creating a happy, caring school environment where everyone feels valued, respected, secure and free from all forms of anti-social behaviour. We encourage pupils to achieve in a learning environment where self-discipline is promoted and good behaviour is the norm. We believe pupils will achieve their full potential in a happy, stimulating and ordered school environment.

Rewards and Incentives


Celebration Assembly

Every Friday the school holds a Celebration Assembly.  Certificates are awarded to one child in each class who has followed our school values of Respect, Excellence and Integrity.  The child selected also attends afternoon tea with a member of SLT.  Parents/carers are invited to attend our assembly and celebrate with their children.  Children's first names are celebrated in our newsletter with their parents permission.


Afternoon Tea


One child from each class will be invited to Afternoon Tea on a Friday afternoon with SLT. Their name will be displayed on the TV screens as you come into school and in the newsletter to celebrate their achievement.


Proud Cards

Proud cards can be given to any child by any member of staff, they are given for a wide variety of reasons linked to our values of Excellence, Integrity and Respect.



These are generally given by the class teacher for good work and behaviour (linked to our values) but can be given by other members of staff. If parents have signed up to Class Dojo then they are immediately notified by an app on their phone so that they can celebrate with their child too. It's also a great way for staff to share successes in school with home. 


Heathlands Behaviour policy 20-21

Anti Bullying

Our anti bullying champion in school is Mrs. Walpole.

If you are concerned that your child is being bullied please contact the class teacher in the first instance and then Mrs. Walpole if you don't feel your concerns are addressed. Mrs. Walpole and class teachers will liaise with Senior Leaders and the pastoral care team.


If you need help or advice about bullying there are helplines and websites that can provide you with information and support:




  • ChildLine: ChildLine is the UK's free, confidential helpline for children and young people. They offer advice and support, by phone and online, 24 hours a day. Whenever and wherever you need them, they'll be there. Call 0800 1111. They have a designated page for bullying issues that includes a new video about building up your confidence after bullying.
  • Direct Gov: Information for young people on cyberbullying, bullying on social networks, Internet and email bullying, bullying on mobile phones, bullying at school, what to do about bullying, and information and advice for people who are bullying others and want to stop.
  • EACH : EACH has a freephone Helpline for children experiencing homophobic, biphobic or transphobic bullying or harassment: 0808 1000 143. It’s open Monday to Friday 10am-5pm.
  • Victim Support: They offer support to young people affected by crime. Their Children and Young People's (CYP) Service also deals with cases of bullying; offering advice and working with professionals to ensure young people get the support they need. You can call their Supportline for free on 08 08 16 89 111

Anti Bullying Policy 2020-21