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Learning
In All Saints CEP School we believe that every child has the right to learn despite any difficulties they may have. 
We adopt a teaching style that encompasses strategies that would benefit children diagnosed with ADHD and ASD yet will benefit the whole class from the consistent and holistic approach. We try to ensure dyslexia friendly classrooms and are inclusive of all children's needs. Any advice given by experts is always accepted and acted upon to the best of our ability. For more information about how we meet the needs of your child or what we can offer your child please feel free to contact me through the school office or see the link on the front page regarding our local offer. 

Behaviour and Pastoral care at All Saints
Children's social and emotional needs are met in a variety of ways including play therapy, adult mentoring and PFSW support. For more information on this please see Mrs Helm's page. 

We follow the Golden Rules Behaviour Plan as a school.
If children are not following the Golden Rules Behaviour Plan and do not behave in an appropriate way then the relevant consequence from the traffic lights plan will take place. Every Classroom has a traffic lights display to help give a visual reminder to children who are 'Green to Go!' or who may be in danger of receiving a consequence from the yellow, orange or red.

Morning playtime
We have a Golden Rules Behaviour Plan for Outside that reminds the children to be 'Green to GO!' to help keep them safe at all times. 
Children are allowed a healthy snack and a drink at playtime which they take out onto the playground with them (KS2) or have in the classroom before or after play. Children are not permitted to re-enter the building other than to go to the toilet. They must ask an adult if they wish to enter the building as it is important we know the whereabouts of children at all times and this avoids children wandering the building unattended. 
Fighting or bullying of any kind is not permitted; this is a RED behaviour and WILL result in a RED CONSEQUENCE! for their own and others' safety. When the first whistle blows the children must stand still and quietly. On the second whistle / bell the children walk safely and sensibly to their class line, where they stand quietly facing the school building.

Lunchtime procedures
The same Golden Rules Behaviour Plan applies at lunch time to help keep the children safe. 
KS1 eat their lunch first and then go out to play at 12:45 - 1:10. KS2 eat their lunch at 12:45 and then go out to play at 1:10 - 1:35. Children are not permitted to re-enter the building other than to go to the toilet. They must ask an adult if they wish to enter the building as it is important we know the whereabouts of children at all times and avoids children wandering the building unattended. 
Fighting or bullying of any kind is not permitted; this is a RED behaviour and WILL result in a RED CONSEQUENCE! Children will be asked to leave the playground for their own and others' safety. If this happens at lunchtime pupils are asked to attend 'Fix-it' where they are asked to reflect upon their actions, how they affected other people and what they can do now to 'fix' the situation. If a pupil attends fix it 3 times in any same term then they may be asked to go home for lunch.
The same lining up procedures apply for the end of lunchtime, when the first whistle blows the children must stand still and quietly. On the second whistle / bell the children walk safely and sensibly to their class line, where they stand quietly facing the school building. The mid day meal supervisor will lead the children back to class where they will get on with a task ready for the afternoons learning.

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