Positive Relationships

At Loirston School we want to commit to placing relationships at the heart of all we do to ensure our learners are:

  • Included

  • Safe

  • Nurtured

So that they can achieve to the best of their ability during their years at the school

‘Curriculum for Excellence cannot be delivered without good relationships and positive behaviour. Children and young people should feel happy, safe, respected and included in the learning environment and all staff should be proactive in promoting positive behaviour in the classroom, playground, and wider learning community. Underpinning this is the emotional health and wellbeing of staff.’

Curriculum for Excellence

The development of a positive learning environment is essential if effective learning and teaching is to take place within an educational establishment. Effective learning and teaching is also dependent on the nurturing of positive relationships through the daily interactions between staff and parents, staff and learners and between learners themselves.

Draft Building Positive Relationships at Loirston School Policy July 21