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Expectations - Behaviour

At North Oxfordshire Academy we believe that every student has the right to disruption free learning. Students choose to behave at the academy and there are clear consequences for behaviour that disrupts learning or affects the academy ethos.

Key Points

  • Our teachers and support staff will make behaviour expectations clear and enforce B4L fairly and consistently. 
  • Teachers and support staff will provide guidance and support to help students reflect on their behaviour and make the right choices. 
  • If a student does not attend a detention parents will be informed by text message through the Academy's Keep Kids Safe programme. 
  • The student support team will be available to answer queries from parents or students with regard to behaviour for learning. At busy times a Welfare Manager/ Pastoral Leader may need to call parents back to answer a query. 
  • If a student begins to receive a high number of consequences a range of intervention and support strategies will be used to support  the development of healthier learning habits.
  • Parents and carers can use Go For Schools to look at a student’s behaviour record including positive reward points. 
  • If a C2 is received a detention will be on the same day and PARENTS will receive a text home. If a student is on zero tolerance they will be required to go directly to isolation after the C3 is given. Isolation runs from 8:30-4:00pm



5_b4l_classroom__rules__noa2.pdf 1877KB Classroom Rules
5_b4l_classroom__consequences__noa2.pdf 1741KB Classroom Consequences
4_b4l_aa_rules_noa.pdf 37KB Around the Academy
4_b4l_si_rules_noa.pdf 43KB Serious Incidents

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