Littleport Community

Primary School

Spread your wings and fly!

School Values


Positive behaviour is an essential ingredient of an effective school. We are always aware that we, as a staff, share responsibility with the parents/carers for the children in our care and make every effort to provide the care which any responsible parent would be expected to make.


At Littleport Community Primary School, we expect and encourage good behaviour and self-discipline from all pupils in order to achieve an environment which enables emotional development, effective learning and high standards. We are restorative in our approach, using a range of methods and strategies in order to maintain positive relationships and we achieve this through visible consistency which is tightened through three simplified core rules:






These are referred to and used regularly by all adults working in school. Our aim is to provide an inclusive, calm, quiet atmosphere in the school and to encourage children to move around in a controlled manner.


However, our expectations of the children can only be realised through the co-operation and support between home and school. Should any difficulties be encountered, we invite parents to work with us to resolve them. Within school, positive behaviour is the collective responsibility of every member of staff and this extends beyond the individual classroom, to cover every child and every area of the school and playground.


We acknowledge our legal duties under the Equality Act 2010, in respect of Safeguarding, and in respect of pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). The recent SEND reform (2015) has removed behaviour as a special need and now concentrates on the reasons for behaviour under the umbrella of ‘Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs’.