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Care, Guidance and Inclusion

Our policy on inclusion is that every stakeholder in the school community has a right to equality of opportunity and we aim to provide this irrespective of religious persuasion, ethnic origin, cultural or linguistic background, gender, social group or disability.

We have a highly skilled team including nurture teaching assistants and a play therapist who are able to provide additional support for children and their parents. Indeed the basis of education at Manor Park Primary is to realise the positive role diversity has to play in society and to respect others.


We actively promote positive behaviour using a range of strategies including rewarding children who follow our golden rules and rewarding good behaviour with recognition through praise, certificates and fun Golden Time activities.

The majority of children respond positively to the rewards and sanctions which are in operation across the school, although on occasions, informal conversations with parents are very effective in changing children’s behaviour as it gives them a clear message that we are working together. Persistent unacceptable behaviour will lead to further discussions with the Headteacher and parents where the next steps are agreed.

Sanctions can include losing golden time, missing out on privileges and in more extreme cases children may be excluded, either for a fixed term or permanently. However, whatever the circumstances we always feel it is important the children understand it is their actions which we consider to be unacceptable, not the children themselves.

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The school provides outstanding care, support and guidance for its pupils and, in keeping with its stated aims, ‘the welfare of the child is paramount’. Ofsted 2010

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