New Pastures Rules

We are very proud of the way the children of New Pastures Primary School behave. Pupils’ behaviour is good, they are exceptionally friendly and polite. They take a great pride in their school and take very good care of one another. Pupils say that they feel very ‘safe’.

We follow three basic rules and encourage positive learning behaviours which everyone adheres to. These are displayed around school and referred to in all classes and assemblies

Our Three basic rules –

  • To be in the right place at the right time

  • To say the right thing in the right way

  • To do the right thing in the right way

Our learning behaviours are –

Collaboration

  • We listen to others
  • We try to help others
  • We share things

Independance

  • We are happy to do something on our own
  • We are able to get on without help

Engagement

  • We ask questions and contribute to class discussions

  • We look for answers

  • We notice things

Resilience

  • We know it is OK to make mistakes and we learn from them

  • We are not afraid to start again

Perseverance

  • We listen to others
  • We try to help others
  • We share things

Creativity

  • We are happy to do something on our own

  • We are able to get on without help

‘I loved New Pastures Primary School because all of the teachers gave us confidence to come out of our shell.’…

Year 6 pupil comments

‘At New Pastures, I enjoyed how all the teachers were friendly, looked after us and made me happy to wake up in the morning, excited to come to school.’…

Year 6 pupil comments

‘I enjoyed all my lessons I’ve had at New Pastures because the teachers made them interesting and they were always kind and helpful’…

Year 6 pupil comments

‘Overall through all of my years at New Pastures Primary School, the highlight has been the teachers and how kind they are. I will really miss here because I am going to secondary school – but my learning will go on!’…

Year 6 pupil comments

‘I enjoyed New Pastures because the teachers are friendly and funny and will always help me if I get stuck with my work.’…

Year 6 pupil comments