We have high aspirations for the behaviour of all students at Pathfield school.
Students are taught to manage their behaviour and take responsibility for their actions and we recognise that some students can understand the connection between actions and consequences. However, for others behaviour may be a primary form of communication and this behaviour may challenge us at times. In order to support students to manage their behaviour successfully the staff are committed to providing a consistent and predictable environment within the school and the community. Our environment enables students to feel safe and secure and this in turn promotes the optimum conditions for learning to take place. The use of therapeutic and Thrive inventions helps to support students and inform our practice.
The PSHE curriculum covers a range of topics designed to teach students the knowledge to keep themselves safe, helping them to make decisions and choices that fit within the law and community expectations.