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Statement of Intent
We want all of our students to achieve more than they thought was possible. To this end we have high expectations of our students. It is our objective that the overwhelming majority of students achieve at least 3 levels of progress between KS2 and KS4 in English and Maths. This includes students with SEN, EAL and FSM. Therefore our Inclusion and Equality objectives are that most students should exceed national averages for attainment expected and make more than expected progress.
Rutlish School policies aim to provide staff, pupils, parents and guardians with clear information with regards to the standards of behaviour. These policies enable us to work together safely and efficiently. We aim to promote a peaceful and productive environment. Consequently, certain rules are required to in order to perpetuate this environment, which can be broadly summarised under two headings: respect for others and respect for property. Anti-social, unpleasant and selfish behaviour are, naturally, unacceptable in all societies, as they are at Rutlish School. Furthermore, destructive behaviour such as bullying, stealing, or drug abuse are unacceptable and therefore never tolerated.
Our policies are detailed in the Handbook for Parents, which are also sent to the parents of all new students. The most recent version can always be found here on the School’s website, in the Parent section. If you would like a replacement printed copy of the Handbook for Parents, please contact the School Office.
Please see below for school policies. All policies are available on request from the School Office.
Appendices to be read with the Behaviour Policy:
- Behaviour for Learning Appendix FTE Intervention Programme
- Behaviour for Learning Appendix Searching_screening_and_confiscation
Drugs Policy – See Behaviour for Learning Policy