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Our Behaviour for Learning Policy sets out our expectations of behaviour at Rutlish School. Our aim is to promote good behaviour, self-discipline and respect, to prevent bullying and to ensure that students complete assigned work to the best of their ability.
Schools are no longer required to give parent/carers notice of detention. However, we will send a notification text for Same Day Detention only.
Same Day Detention (also known as no notice detention):
Same Day Detention takes place after school for 45 minutes. Any student who is given a behaviour point will be collected towards the end of period 5 and taken to the detention that day.
Student failure to engage with this process will result in one or more of the following:
- Referral to next day after school detention
- Five same day detentions.
- Internal exclusion
- Fixed term exclusion.
- Meeting with the Headteacher
- Any other sanction deemed appropriate
These can take place at lunch time or any day after school and can be for up to 45 minutes.
Department / Year Detention:
These are held as needed and can be for up to 60 minutes.
Senior Leadership Detention:
These are held as needed and for 60 minutes. Not attending senior leadership detentions will result in internal exclusion and a referral to the Head Teacher.
Head Teacher Detention:
These will take place on a Saturday morning and are in response to a very serious matter or concern.
This is a weekly system for maintaining a consistent approach across the school. These are organised by the Head of Year and year team and recorded in the student planner.
- 1 late – 20 minute detention after school.
- 2 lates – 40 minute detention after school.
- 3 lates – 60 minute detention after school.
Persistent lateness will result in further action by the Head of Year and possibly the Education Welfare Officer. Students can also be referred to the senior member of staff who line manages the year group.
All detentions might well be used in addition to other strategies such as on report, interruption of break and lunchtime privileges, letter home and interview with parents/carers.