The Pastoral Care and Behaviour Code of Conduct are based on the belief that a positive culture of praise, encouragement and support is likely to ensure the best environment to promote good school relationships and enhance motivation and achievement. We pride ourselves on our ethos of strong mutual respect and support.
“The behaviour of students is outstanding. They settle quickly into lessons and readily cooperate with teachers when asked to perform any learning activities. They show consistently excellent attitudes to learning which create in them a strong desire to achieve outstandingly well and to do their very best. This has a powerful impact on their learning. Students come to lessons well equipped for learning. Low-level disruption is extremely rare and the systems to manage behaviour are very effective and consistently applied by staff.”OFSTED 2014
“Students feel very safe and cared for in an exceptionally supportive envieonment. Staff are as concerned for students’ personal well-being as they are about academic success.”
The school has an Anti Bullying Policy which reflects the aims of the school and defines bullying as the wilful, conscious desire to hurt or frighten someone.
As governors, staff and parents of Penwortham Girls’ High School we believe that it is our responsibility to ensure that all people have:
We ensure this by providing an appropriate curriculum and support to access this and by maintaining an ordered atmosphere.
We believe that Pastoral Care within the school should:
The Pastoral Care and Behaviour Management Policies are based on the belief that a positive culture of praise, encouragement and support of students is likely to ensure the most effective environment in which to promote good school relationships and enhance pupil motivation and achievement.
The school Anti-Bullying Policy reflects both the aims of the school and the Pastoral Care Policy and defines bullying as ‘the willful, conscious desire to hurt, threaten or frighten someone.’ We also take online safety very seriously, with regular advice and guidance offered in a variety of ways to all members of our school community.
Senior Assistant Headteacher Yrs 7-9 Ben Ward
Senior Assistant Headteacher Yrs 10 & 11 John Ramsdale