Hagley Catholic High School
Principal: Mr J Hodgson

Called as God’s family, we strive to achieve our personal best, by living and learning in Christ.

Behaviour out of the Classroom

High standards of behaviour are expected by all students outside of the classroom as well as in it. Our guidance’s include expectations on …

  • Behaviour in the corridors and communal areas of the school
  • Behaviour at break and lunchtimes
  • Behaviour on the way to and from school
  • Behaviour outside of school if it impinges on the well‐being of other students and/or staff

Students are expected to:

  • Show respect for each other in the way that they communicate and behave
  • Show respect for all adults in and outside of the school community
  • Show respect for the physical environment to include not littering or damaging property
  • Be aware of and follow without question all school routines and rules
  • Behave calmly and safely so that no other student is placed at physical risk
  • Refrain from any activity that could be regarded as bullying or harassment of others
  • Show equality to all by not acting in a way that could be seen as prejudiced or discriminatory

As with classroom incidents, it is expected that most out of class incidents will be dealt with on an escalating scale. In many cases restorative conversations or a verbal reminder of the expected standards from a member of staff is sufficient to alert a student to his/her inappropriate behaviour and to prevent the behaviour from developing further or from recurring. The out of lesson system or P system is summarised below.