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Our Code Of Conduct

Wygate Park Academy is dedicated to ensuring that our academy environment supports learning and the wellbeing of pupils and staff through a strong sense of community cohesion. Cooperation, support, and respect are the foundations of our community, and we work hard to provide a safe academy where pupils feel included in every aspect of academy life and comfortable to voice their opinions.

Wygate Park Academy believes that all pupils should be aware of the standards of behaviour that are expected of them and takes responsibility for promoting these standards. We hope that by encouraging positive behaviour patterns we can promote good relationships throughout the academy built on trust and understanding, and that through the use of this policy we can support all of our pupils in developing a high level of social awareness. Our aim is to ensure that all our pupils leave the academy with the key skills they need to continue to progress to the best of their ability in all areas of life.

It is a primary aim of our school that every member of the community feels valued and respected, and that relationships are positive. Good behaviour is fundamental to success in the classroom. Wygate Park Academy aims to work in partnership with the whole community to encourage and promote the appropriate behaviour of pupils both within and outside the classroom. To achieve high expectations, it is important that pupils understand and are supported in the acquisition of behaviour skills that support learning. It is understood that there is a shared responsibility within the school for the successful management of Behaviour for Learning.

Wygate Park Academy follows its REACH values and the fundamental belief that there is mutual tolerance and respect between everyone in our school community. Through our Restorative Practice, we work with our children to help them understand the consequences of their actions on others and the impact this can have. We expect all of our learners to be responsible for their actions: both positive and negative.


  • To provide a welcoming, safe and secure environment that is both calm and orderly, for the whole school community
  • To model and expect a set of preferred behaviours based on trust and mutual respect
  • To be explicit about the consequences of behaviours
  • To support pupils in accepting responsibility of their own behaviour
  • To develop and sustain a positive culture in both learning and teaching

Celebrating good choices and giving positive recognition is the basic premise of the Code and it is essential that the time spent on this outweighs the time spent on irresponsible behaviour. This will ensure that the relationships are as positive as possible.

Further details can be found within our Behaviour Policy by clicking here.

We are part of the Voyage Education Partnership

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