Personal Development Behaviour and Welfare (PDBW)
Here are some of the answers to a Personal Development Behaviour and Welfare questionnaire given to the school council in October 2018:
We feel safe in school
We are taught how to stay safe; drugs, alcohol in UKS2 and making the right decision in KS1.
All classes could talk about e safety - children spoke of assembly on this topic.
Everyone is kind and sharing in the playground
Children are willing to answer questions in class
All agreed that everyone treats each other with respect e.g. holding doors, listening, being good friends.
“Our work is challenging, but we work through it when its hard- we can always ask the teacher for help”
“I like the hard work because it makes us stretch ourselves”
“Being a successful learner means always trying and then trying again.”
In Year 6 there are lots of leadership opportunities.
All agreed that there is a big variety of clubs to go to and Y6 commented that our sports leader organises lots of fun events.
The children commented that they sometimes do a ‘mile a day’ challenge
We are a very active school.
If we fall over or feel ill, a teacher helps us. We have worry boxes in most classrooms and can talk to teachers if we need to.
Is there bullying or unkindness? Not often. We have an anti-bullying assembly and lessons every year and so we know what to do.
We learn lots about (developing as good citizens) in our PSE lessons (upper Key Stage 2). We have faith weeks when we learn about other religions. We have a British values assembly each year when we learn about some of these things.
We learn a lot through assemblies and collective worship.
Our RE lessons also helps us to know how we should behave.
Most of the time we all behave well.
Everyone wants to do their best and learn a lot in school.
Yes, we make sure that we aren’t rude to staff in school.
Yes (we understand the consequences of our actions and take responsibility for them), we have warning boards or you may have to fill out a reflection form.
Yes (the environment kept well, no litter and if so is it picked up) , we all help keep our classrooms tidy and we recycle too.