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Skegness
Infant Academy

Code of Conduct

It is important that pupils and parents are fully aware of the Skegness Infant Academy’s high expectations for pupil conduct. High standards of behaviour and work are expected at all times. A positive approach is taken and pupils are encouraged to show consideration and care for people and property.

Pupils are to:

  • Respect all other people, regardless of race, culture, gender and religion;
  • Behave in a quiet, polite and orderly manner;
  • Keep hands, feet and legs to themselves,
  • Follow the instructions of all staff;
  • Wear the full School uniform;
  • Be prepared for PE. Bring kit in on a Monday, take it home on Friday.
  • Be punctual for school and for lessons;
  • Remove outer clothing (scarves, coats, gloves) before lessons;
  • Leave lessons only with permission from a member of staff;
  • Behave in a quiet and orderly manner when in the corridors;
  • Have a bag in which to carry books and equipment;
  • Be clean and tidy at all times;
  • Work to the best of their ability during lessons;
  • Look after Academy property;
  • Respect other people’s property;

Pupils must not:

  • Bring mobile phones, iPods or other electrical items to school;
  • Use bad language or swear anywhere on the school site;
  • Show a lack of respect to children or adults within the academy
  • Wear make-up or excessive jewellry- one small pair of studs is acceptable
  • Wear oversized or ornate hair decorations; plain hair bands and hair clips in the academy colours are acceptable.
  • Write on desks, walls or the school fabric;
  • Show intimidating behaviour – physically, verbally or otherwise;
  • Run along the corridors or on the stairways;
  • Leave Academy premises without permission
  • Eat or drink during lessons
  • Interfere with other children's learning in  order to cause disruption either physically or verbally