I ensure that children’s behaviour is managed in a suitable manner.
I do not, and will not,
administer physical punishment or any form of punishment with the intention of
causing pain or discomfort, nor any kind of humiliating or hurtful treatment to
any child in my care.
I will not threaten corporal punishment, and will not use or threaten any punishment which could adversely affect a child's well-being.
I endorse positive discipline as a more effective way of setting limits for children.
Positive Behaviour Policy
Distracting and re-directing children’s activities are used as a way of discouraging unwanted behaviour.
I will respond positively to children who seek attention or are disruptive.
I will ensure children maintain their self-esteem by showing I disapprove of the behaviour not the child.
Setting a good example, I aim to be a positive role
model as children copy what they see. Children learn values and behaviour from
We take off our outside shoes when we go in to the
house to keep the house clean when it’s
1. are dangerous or
hurtful or offensive to someone else
Written by Marie Parker updated on 26 July 2012