The poster below is in all classrooms to remind us all of our expectations in lessons.
Attitude to Learning & Behaviour for Learning
At Halewood Academy, we are keen to monitor pupils’ attitude and behaviour in every lesson. This allows us to reward pupils as well as support pupils that maybe struggling with choosing the correct attitude/behaviour.
Teachers record a code on the register from the following options:
1 = Outstanding: Expected behaviour and exceptional attitude to learning.
2 = Good: Expected behaviour and expected attitude to learning.
3 = Improvement required: Behaviour and/or attitude is unsatisfactory.
4 = Serious cause for concern: Behaviour is disrupting the learning of others and may result in the removal from the lesson.
Here are examples of why we give each code in a lesson.
What happens with the codes on the register?
Staff can view the AtL/BfL codes on a daily, weekly or monthly basis.
Progress and Subject Leaders will be monitoring the codes so they can support pupils.
Staff will use the codes for evidence when contacting parents regarding positive or negative behaviour.
At Halewood Academy, we expect pupils to be responsible for choosing their attitude/behaviour and therefore they choose what code they get each lesson.