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A Safe and Caring Environment

Rewards and Responsibilities

Hard work, achievement and good behaviour are

celebrated at Murray Park School. Students who

do their best and perform well are awarded reward

stickers which can be exchanged for rewards, such

as gift vouchers and support for school trips. Reward

stickers may be awarded for a number of reasons

including outstanding work, evidence of progress

in work, service to the school and community or

involvement in extra-curricular activities such as

sport or music.

Pastoral Care

The form tutor is the first point of contact and plays a

central role in your child’s school life: Each morning

your child will participate in a variety of activities


• Planner/Uniform/Equipment check

• Assembly

• Thought for the week

• Monitoring their own attendance

Behaviour Policy

The School Code of Conduct is a summary of our

basic rules and expectations. It is displayed on all

classroom walls and referred to regularly. We expect

students to take responsibility for their behaviour by:

• Attending on time and in uniform

• Being polite and respectful

• Bringing the correct equipment and working hard

• Acting sensibly and following instructions from


• Respecting the school site

‘The behaviour of students is good.

Students are proud of their school…

they are friendly and well-mannered

and are respectful.’

Ofsted June 2014