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For prospective parents and children a virtual tour of our school can be found in 'Reception 2021' under the 'Information' tab along with other useful information. 

Behaviour & Discipline

We believe good behaviour and good discipline benefits all members of the school community. In a well-behaved school pupils are able to make the most of the learning and social opportunities offered to them and teachers are able to devote their time most effectively to teaching.

We believe there are a number of factors associated with good behaviour:

Clear, simple guidelines which all members of the school can understand.
A consistent approach to discipline throughout the school.
Immediate sanctions and rewards related to rules.
High expectations of behaviour.
A positive ethos of mutual respect.
An inclusive ethos.
High self-esteem and positive self-image.
Positive relationships between all members of the school community.
Our aim is to promote good discipline and high standards of behaviour through a coherent, integrated approach which aims a promoting these factors in staff and pupils.

The Positive Behaviour Policy supports and underpins the ethos of the school in supporting all children to achieve their full potential and can be downloaded from the Policies and Documents page.  

Linden Primary School's Behaviour Blueprint:

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Behaviour addendum

Lin-Diner

19 Sep 2019

We are very pleased to be able to offer our own in-house catering at the Lin-Diner with a menu that offers healthy options for all.

Prospective Parents 2021

05 Feb 2019

Please take a look at our page dedicated to our prospective parents where you will find a virtual tour of our school, our prospectus and lots of other useful information.

Skills Builder Challenge Day- Crime Scene Investigation

04 Feb 2019

The children in Years 1-6 have taken part in their second Skills Builder Challenge day. This involved them using all of the eight key Skill Builder skills to solve the mystery of the missing chocolate...

Attendance

24 Jan 2019

Mrs Jones and Mrs Goodman continue to work hard to improve our school attendance.  Since the beginning of the year, they have been closely monitoring all aspects of the children’s attendanc...