BEHAVIOUR & STAYING SAFE
School was graded 'GOOD' for Behaviour & Safety at its last OFSTED inspection!
We are VERY PROUD of the behaviour of the pupils in our school. Lower Kersal has only seen one permanent exclusion occur in the last seven years. Children in our school are polite, happy and behave well.
School has a programme of safety talks and safety education sessions. Qualified life guards visit school to talk to us about the dangers of open water. Fire fighters come and speak to children about fire safety and escape plans. School crossing patrol officers teach us all about road safety and local police officers work with us on a range of things including personal and internet safety. Finally school nurses teach our children about food safety and how to stay healthy.
Children are taught about how the school keeps them safe. They are aware of the red and green badge system utilised in school to let people know if visitors are allowed in school unescorted or not. Responses to questionnaires show that children feel very safe here at Lower Kersal.
New statutory safeguarding arrangements came into force in April 2014. Our school has ammended its Safeguarding and Child Protection Policies in light of this. This new policy was ratified by our Governing Body in June 2014. A copy of our new policy can be downloaded for view here
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NB Copies of other school policies can be found on our 'School Policies' page. An updated version of this policy will be launched on this site on 1.12.16 once ratified by the Governing Board meeting in Bovember 2016.
'Being Good' at Lower Kersal
Please read our policy on rewards and sanctions at our school. We have written it so that it is easy to follow and everyone can understand it.
Please visit our POLICIES page for a full copy of our behaviour policy.