School Code of Conduct

North Ealing Primary School
COC School Employees

Whole School Code of Conduct

The school has an ethos in which the principles of our whole school code of conduct are respected. Many of these principles will be addressed daily throughout school life in assemblies, by adults modelling and acknowledging good social behaviour and through positive relationships developed between members of our school community.

  • We are kind and helpful (ways to assist each other should be sought e.g. opening doors, helping with heavy loads.)
  • We are gentle and respect physical safety
  • We use common words of courtesy such as: please, thank you, excuse me and sorry when appropriate
  • We look after our school environment and its property (reporting any loss or damage)
  • We listen and respect other people’s views (school members should speak calmly and politely to one another)
  • We are honest at all times
  • We work hard and always try to the utmost of our ability. We respect all the teaching and learning experiences. Each class will create and display its own class rules at the beginning of the academic year based on the Whole School Code of Conduct


    • The North Ealing uniform should be worn. Please refer to the school uniform list
    • No jewellery, other than religious jewellery or SMALL stud or sleeper earrings for pierced ears, should be worn
    • Long hair should be tied back


    • Parents should not approach anyone else’s child or parent about their behaviour at school. Any concerns relating to school conduct should always be discussed with a teacher.
    • Understand that both teachers and parents/carers need to work together for the benefit of the children. “Working & Learning Together”
    • Demonstrate that all members of the school community should be treated with respect and therefore set a good example in their own speech and behaviour.
    • Seek to clarify a child’s version of events with the school’s view in order to bring about a peaceful solution to any issue.
    • Correct their own child’s behaviour, especially in public where it could otherwise lead to a conflict, aggressive behaviour or unsafe behaviour and disrespect to the school environment.
    • Approach the school through the correct channels to help resolve any issues of concern.
    • Avoid using staff as threats to admonish children’s behaviour.
    • Always report to the school office rather than enter a part of the school site without prior knowledge of a member of staff.
    • Do not litter the school site at any time.

    The committee with oversight for this policy
    Policy approved by
    Full Governing Body
    Policy last reviewed by the Resources Committee
    Autumn 2023
    Policy / Document due for review
    Autumn 2024