The classroom is at the heart of the College. Effective teaching and learning are dependent on good behaviour and a disciplined environment. The college seeks to ensure a consistent approach to establishing good classroom behaviour routines through implementation of ‘The Babington Way for Behaviour for Learning’.
‘The Babington Way for Behaviour for Learning’
For all lessons, we the students will:
Our teachers will:
At Babington we have a clear ‘Amber 1, Amber 2, Red’ system to manage student behaviour around the college. The system has been in place for a number of years and encourages students to manage their own behaviour. It is important that students accept responsibility for their actions and our behaviour management system helps students to do this. As a college we make sure that staff apply the system consistently.
The college aims to reward good behaviour by setting a points threshold every ½ term and every student maintaining that threshold will have the opportunity to go on the college trip for that ½ term or get a £5 ‘Love to shop’ voucher.
All students are expected to be sensible and work in harmony with all members of the college. They must also be good ambassadors for the college and understand that they are responsible for their actions.
In lessons when a student does not follow the expectations of behaviour then the following system will come into effect:
Amber 1 ‘A1’ First warning
Amber 2 ‘A2’ Final warning
Red ‘Red card’ Incident logged and 30 minute detention given
Behaviour data is collected and analysed regularly and where appropriate some students may need further support in modifying their behaviour and this maybe done through a number of initiatives like ‘Report Cards’, ‘Pastoral Support Plans’ etc.
The College is currently adopting a ‘Restorative Approach’ alongside the ‘A1, A2 Red’ behaviour management system. Restorative Approaches recognise that incidents harm everyone; this includes the wrong doer, the harmed and the wider community. A restorative approach intends to make ‘things’ right, with the wrong doer accepting responsibility for their actions, repairing the harm and finding a positive way forward for all parties concerned.
This will involve staff using a restorative approach when dealing with incidents. This may include de-escalation strategies, the use of restorative language (see below), corridor conferences (see below) and the use of a restorative circle in which the wrong doer, the harmed and the wider community gather in a circle to seek a resolution to a problem in which all parties have the opportunity to express how they feel and through effective communication find a positive way forward after the wrong doer accepts responsibility for their actions.
Babington Community College is committed to Safeguarding and Child Protection. To ensure that our students are safe we work closely with:
If you have any concerns regarding your child or any other child at the college please contact Mrs Kent who is our designated Teacher for Child Protection on 0116 222 1616.
Speak to school staff
Contact the Cyber Mentors - they are always happy to help
Text: 20988 to 0778 147 4660
Outside school hours:
Child Line 0800 11 11
Remember Stay safe!
Babington Community College recognises that all students should be able to attend, learn and make progress in a safe and caring environment free from bullying. The Anti-Bullying policy is here to promote an anti-bullying ethos by:
In November 2012 Leicester City Council awarded Babington Community College the Leicester City Anti-Bullying Community Award. The award recognises the work done by the college in proactively and effectively tackling bullying.
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