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At Brackenbury we pride ourselves on the respectful behaviour of our children. We have a clear behaviour policy and high expectations for the children.   We all follow The Brackenbury Way - this is modelled by all of our staff and our children.  This helps us to be calm and kind across the school and shows us how to greet people, move around and try our best in assemblies and in our work.  It helps us to be our Brackenbury Best.

Ofsted (March 2022) reported:

By following the Brackenbury Way and being their Brackenbury Best, pupils know how to behave well. They listen to teachers, follow the school's rules and help each other.  

Visitors have commented:

The children looked like they were having the best play times which was wonderful to see.  Also can I add how impressed I was with how lovely and polite the children at your school are! Lots of "hello's", "nice to meet you", and general lovely manners. (Visiting teacher)

  • Pupils’ behaviour and courtesy were exemplary during this visit.  The ... ‘Brackenbury Way’ outlines the school’s expectations of behaviour at all times of the day.  This piece of work has had a significant impact on how pupils respect one another, staff and visitors to the school. 
  • Pupils are clearly very proud of their school and their work.  All pupils were respectful of staff and one another at all times during my visit.  Behaviours for learning were also very positive.  Children were on task and focussed on their learning.  (Visitor to the school) 

Here at Brackenbury, we have a clear school code.  This is the code by which we work in school.


Behaviour Principles Brackenbury updated 12.10.22

For our Brackenbury Behaviour Management Policy please click here.


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