Our Ethos and Values
The Grange is an inclusive school where all pupils are treated equally. Staff are trained to enable them to support children with specific needs and steps are taken as and when necessary to ensure equality of opportunities for all pupils. Like you, we have high aspirations for our pupils. Our aim is to promote in the children the right attitudes to one another, to all members of the wider community, towards their work and towards their environment. We believe that we promote and expect all members of our school community to demonstrate the fundamental British values.
We have high expectations of our children both academically and socially. We are a lively, exciting and well-resourced school with a caring ethos. Staff and governors are committed to giving their best to benefit the children and their development.
We offer a wide range of experiences and opportunities to the children both during the working day and after school. In return, we expect the children to work very hard and always give their best. The children at The Grange School are hard working, well behaved and polite and a delight to work with.
We believe the best form of discipline is self-discipline. Each member of the school community is expected to relate to others in a respectful, responsible, understanding and sympathetic manner. Each person has the right to feel valued, safe and secure. We seek to recognise and praise positive behaviour and achievement and will not tolerate behaviour which is threatening, harmful or disruptive to others or to our environment.
In dealing with inappropriate behaviour we have a consistent system of verbal reprimands and formal warnings; sanctions are also applied, i.e. the missing of clubs, trips, playtime, lunchtimes etc. We inform parents at an early stage if a child is behaving badly or producing poor work or demonstrating a lack of effort. We work alongside parents to get a child back on track as quickly as possible. More information on this can be found on the Safeguarding Pages of this website.
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