Behaviour Policy

Coronavirus Closure - Years10 & 11

On the afternoon of the 10th September, the parents of a student in Year 10 and the parents of a student in Year 11 contacted the school to inform us that their child had tested positive for COVID-19. As a result, the school contacted Public Health England and the Local Authority as per Government protocol to seek advice about the course of action that needed to be taken. The direction from Public Health England was as follows:

 

1. School will be closed to all Year 11 students for 14 days with immediate effect; Year 11 will return to school on Monday 28th September 2020. 

2. School will be closed to all Year 10 students for 14 days with immediate effect; Year 10 will return to school on Friday 25th September 2020. 

Judgemeadow Community College believes in the right of all staff and students to work in a safe, courteous, stimulating and happy environment, conducive to effective learning for all and where everyone should feel secure, valued and respected.
 
The College has high expectations of all students in terms of both their academic achievement and social behaviour.  Staff support this proactive approach by praising and rewarding good behaviour and by reprimanding students and taking sanctions against bad behaviour. 
You can view the Judgemeadow Behaviour Policy document here