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Ninian Park Primary School



How do we help pupils behave well ?

We believe that our school should be a safe happy place where children can learn and teachers can teach. Children, parents and teachers need to work together to achieve this. A school code of conduct exists at Ninian Park to help pupils behave. For more information see the Behaviour Matters booklet on the documents for parents page.


What will happen if I misbehave?

Consequences of poor behaviour

If I misbehave:

I will have a reminder of the good behaviour expected at Ninian Park Primary.



If I misbehave again:

I will be reminded about what will happen if my behaviour continues.



If I misbehave for a third time:

I will receive a warning card and it will be placed on the good to be green chart and reminded what will happen if poor behaviour continues.  However, if I choose to behave I can remove the warning card and be green again at the end of the morning/afternoon session.


If after that chance I still carry on misbehaving:

I am not being fair to my classmates and I am stopping the learning taking place in my class so I will have ‘time out’ in my partner class for 5/10 minutes.


If after that chance I still carry on misbehaving.

If my behaviour continues on return I will be sent to Miss Scott/Mrs Mitchell/Mr Seymour/Mrs Jones who will then decide on the appropriate consequence.  My parents will be informed.


If all of this happens again and I have another consequence card my parents will be called for a formal meeting with my teacher/Miss Scott/Mrs Mitchell.


How do we say well done in Nursery and Reception ?

In Nursery and Reception classes, the teacher says well done to praise children and encourage good behaviour. Individual good behaviour is rewarded by stickers