Our School Rules
At Oakfield, we promote positive behaviour choices - that means we praise in public and challenge in private.
When things go well children earn individual points which can be spent in our Dojo Shop!
Their individual points also contribute to a class prize so that children praise each other for their achievements rather than feeling sad that they might not have got something themselves.
Our children helped us to simplify our school rules so that everyone understands them - we have five school rules that we stick to (these apply to visitors and staff too!)
If there are ongoing concerns with your child’s behaviour choices, we will talk to you in order to support them.
We record behaviours incidents and you will get a copy by email after a call from us, this helps us to communicate together and spot any patterns.
We will never communicate specific consequences to parents of other children.
What happens if I make a positive choice?
An adult will give me praise.
I might get a class dojo point which my parents can see.
I am able to spend my points at the Dojo Shop and redeem them for prizes and privileges.
I might be sent to see another classroom, Deputy Head or the Head Teacher to share my achievements.
What happens if I make a poor choice?
An adult will remind me to make positive choices.
An adult may ask me to move somewhere else in the classroom / school.
*An adult may tell me to miss part of my own time which may be at break / lunch or end of the day.
*An adult may track my positive choices at school using a report card.
* My parents will be told about my behaviour by the teacher.