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08/11/19

Retweeted From Danetree School

We are delighted to announce that our Outstanding nursery provision is expanding from January 2020. We are currently accepting applications for children born between 1st September 2015 to the 31st August 2017. If you haven't already applied please complete an application form.

29/10/19

Retweeted From Bowmer+Kirkland

Following the recent ground breaking ceremony on the site of new Primary School in Banbury for & works have commenced with our team. For details see the school website: https://t.co/jgou7sFWci https://t.co/pcgagPtXHM

21/10/19

Are you planning to come to our last open event at Longford Park on saturday 11 January 2020? Please do book you place via this link- https://t.co/nK0qddbM7p We expect this event to be busy so don't miss out, book early! We look forward to welcoming you and your family. https://t.co/ETbhr4pZ8b

21/10/19

Retweeted From Barking Dog Media

Booking is a must for tours - plenty of dates from today to January so come and see how to join the family https://t.co/qMfZgVPT4A https://t.co/B2ZHYJ44ZA

21/10/19

Open Evening Tue, 3 Dec 2019 17:00 - 18:30 Planning to attend our next open evening? Please book your ticket here - https://t.co/LGMJm5g3qD We look forward to welcoming you and your family to our sister school, Hardwick Primary https://t.co/ThQcj9Fb6P

19/10/19

Please also consider completing our consultation questionnaire https://t.co/nf4qLKrEZv We welcome your opinion and our consultation is an important step on the way to getting our funding agreement signed. Without funding we cannot open so please do take the time to do so.

19/10/19

Thank you so much to the parents and carers who supported us today by attending our open morning at Hardwick Primary. It was lovely to meet you. Did you miss it? Join us next time. Please see our website for future events and application forms: https://t.co/nvTzJw0BIq

19/10/19

That’s great Sam. Hope it was a successful event. https://t.co/gZhZ6txMuV

17/10/19

Hello folks, Don’t forget we will be at Hardwick Primary School on Saturday morning. Ferriston, Banbury, OX16 1XE 19 October 2019 11am - 12;30pm We will be opening in September 2020 to year r and nursery but we also welcome expressions of interest for transfers into years 1 & 2. https://t.co/Psp76ENCe9

11/10/19

Looking forward to meeting prospective parents at our second open event. https://t.co/t6EIxWO0Ql

10/10/19

And so it begins! Ground breaking ceremony for Attended by Bowmer & Kirkland, Cherwell & Oxfordshire Councils, Ashberry & Bellway homes, Ridge & . https://t.co/B6U4v6z8d4

09/10/19

Retweeted From Sam Berry

Enjoyed our meeting today discussing the building works at . I am so excited to see this school built and support it as it becomes a reality

04/10/19

We are very pleased to say that our new website has gone live. Hop over to https://t.co/nvTzJw0BIq to read more or join us on Facebook

04/10/19

Retweeted From GLF Schools

Just the three?! What are their names? https://t.co/Qb92XzHF2C

04/10/19

Retweeted From Merstham Park School

Look out and up to see how our school will grow and flourish on our 22acre site in Central Merstham. https://t.co/6kY8s0Bovx

04/10/19

Retweeted From Mrs Singleton 🧬🦠

If you would like to come and meet a phenomenal science team and be part of school on its journey to success then please get in touch! This would be a fantastic opportunity to be part of something special https://t.co/AytBFDSLOz

03/10/19

Did you miss our open event at Longford Park Primary school last Tuesday? Then please add the next date to your diary. Time: Saturday 19 October 2019 between 11am & 12.30pm. Location: Hardwick Primary School, Ferriston, Banbury, OX16 1XE Your family will be warmly welcomed! https://t.co/ndZLaqrBsD

02/10/19

Retweeted From Martin Beard

Thank you to everyone who attended our Open Evening last night - we hope you enjoyed talking to our wonderful children and welcoming staff? https://t.co/1WVYfYvhLQ

02/10/19

Retweeted From GLF Schools

⁩ starts his third back-to-back talk ⁦⁩ Open Evening. Remarkable number of potential ⁦⁩ families with us! Thank you! https://t.co/FMnFPewOeJ

Behaviour for Learning

It is a primary aim of Cherry Fields Primary School that every member of the community feels happy, safe and secure, and that each person is valued and treated fairly.  We are a caring community, whose values are built on mutual trust and respect for all. Therefore, the primary aim of our behaviour management is not a system to enforce rules but a means of promoting good relationships, so that people can work together with the common purpose of helping everyone to learn.

Good behaviour underpins effective learning, and children need good personal and social skills in order to live fulfilling and rewarding lives as adults.  We believe it to be a highly important aspect of children’s education and development that they learn to behave well towards others and towards the community in which they live.   We use 'Zones of Regulation' to help everyone in our school community to develop a positive, considerate mind-set. This enables children to grow in a safe and secure environment, and to become responsible and increasingly independent members of the community.

We expect high standards of behaviour from everyone within the Cherry Fields community.  Our expectations are designed for the safety of everyone in order to maximise the potential in every child and we ask for parents and staff support in upholding them.  Our main expectation is to show care and consideration for others.  We strongly believe that a positive approach to discipline is the best one, promoting good behaviour through an ethos of kindness and co-operation.

Behaviour which, in any way, disrupts learning, is unacceptable in our school, and, through the constant promotion of positive behaviour, we seek to minimise, if not eliminate any such behaviour. Whilst our aim is to promote good behaviour, we do apply agreed sanctions with regard to pupils’ behaviour where necessary. 

At Cherry Fields, we endeavour to acknowledge good behaviour shown by other children, to ensure that the child who is behaving inappropriately recognises what expected behaviour looks like. However, where the behaviour is seen to be inappropriate, sanctions will be given in accordance with our Behaviour policy.  We treat all children fairly and apply our behaviour management approach in a consistent way, regardless of race, gender, age or ability. In all disciplinary actions, it is essential that the child knows that it is the behaviour which is unacceptable and not the child as a person

Documents

Letters Home Date  
Behaviour Policy 11th Jun 2020 Download
Anti-Bullying Policy 11th Jun 2020 Download