At CFS we believe that every pupil is important and that all should feel happy, safe and secure in lessons and around the school.  We aim to promote a positive cohesive learning atmosphere where all members of the school community are treated with respect and consideration.   

Positive behaviour is most likely to result when the School and parents/carers present a consistent response to young people.  We always seek to involve parents in promoting good discipline and conduct.    

Poor behaviour is detrimental to the education, safety and welfare of all members of our school community and therefore it is not tolerated.  Behaviour management is a whole school responsibility and all members of the school community have a part to play in ensuring that this policy is put into practice.   

Celebrating success is also extremely important, and as a school we celebrate achievements by awarding House Points. These lead to weekly celebrations, such as a praise email home from the Principal, to long term awards including reward trips and end of term parties. 

We use a consistent format for rewards and sanction across the Primary and Secondary phases, as outlined in the posters below: 

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