A school is a living community.
St. James' currently has a total complement of 240 children and over 30 adults. With such a sizeable community there must be rules and regulations to provide for the welfare and safety of all. Most rules are simple and based on common sense. They are drawn from our Christian Values which can be found in the main prospectus.
The five rules in school are as follows:
The governors have the right to exclude pupils should continued misbehaviour occur. Prior to such exclusion, every effort would be made to discuss the child's behaviour with parents and to keep behaviour under review through regular meetings. Exclusions would, in the first instance, be temporary, but continuous misbehaviour could lead to permanent exclusion.
Our Behaviour and Exclusion of Pupil Policy can be downloaded by clicking on the link.