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The Langold Way - conduct curriculum

         The Langold Way - Our Conduct Curriculum

At Langold Dyscarr we have high expectations of everyone's behaviour and attitude through

a simple set of rules and routines which are understood by the whole community to enable

everyone to be keen and ready to learn.  




Know that there are four behaviour principles in the academy known as the “4 R’S” These are

  • Respect
  • Relationships
  • Responsibilities
  • Rules

Be Respectful


Be Responsible


Say please and thank you

Hold doors open for adults

Talk kindly to other pupils

Say good morning/good afternoon to adults

Sitting still

Listening carefully to the teacher

Giving the teacher 100% of your attention

Remembering to bring equipment to school.

Tidying up your own workspace and the classroom.

Accepting responsibility if you make a mistake and saying sorry

Completing homework on time.

Working hard on given tasks

Being in the right place at the right time.

Know that if you respect someone, you have a good opinion of their character or ideas.


Know that being responsible means being able to be trusted to do the right things that are expected of you without supervision.


Know that we walk around school using Wonderful Walking which means -

  • Facing forwards
  • Walking at a steady pace
  • In a straight line
  • With hands behind your back
  • Without talking

Know that we use Wonderful Walking

  • to keep everyone safe in school
  • to make sure the learning of other children is not disrupted as people move around school
  • To show how proud you are to be part of the Langold team

Know that we use Lovely Listening in class. This means –

  • Look forwards, hands together
  • On no account interrupt
  • Vertical sitting (sit up straight)
  • Everyone tracks the speaker.

Know that we all do Lovely Listening

  • To ensure that everybody is able to learn without distraction

Know that we all do super sitting

  • To ensure we are ready to learn


Know that you should always say/sign ‘please’ when you are asking for something.

Know that you should always say/sign ‘thank you’ when you receive something or someone does something nice for you.

Know that you should let any waiting adults through a doorway before walking through yourself.

Know that you should say ‘Good Morning/afternoon to adults if spoken to.

Know that it is polite to give eye contact to the person you are talking to.

Know that it is important to show gratitude to others by thanking people for what they have done for you.

Playtime Behaviour

Know that you must walk from your classroom to the playground using Wonderful Walking.

Know that you must play safely without hurting anyone.

Know that we do not ‘play fight’ because we may hurt someone by accident.

Know that you must be kind, by including people in your games and sharing equipment.

Know that someone who is kind behaves in a gentle, caring and helpful way towards other people.

Know that, when the whistle blows twice you must use Wonderful walking to walk into school.

Know that we line up quietly outside the classroom until an adult greets us to enter the room.

Classroom Routines

Know the routine for leaving the classroom. (may vary per class)

Know that you should line up without leaning against the walls.

Know the routine for entering the classroom and being ready to learn

Know where you sit in the classroom during lessons.

Know the routine for handing out exercise books in the classroom.

Know where to hang your coat in the cloakroom

Know to get equipment out during lessons and to look after it.

Know how to participate in a discussion or answer questions (super sitting)

Know that it is important to speak loudly and clearly in class when sharing answers so that everyone can hear.

Know that answers should usually be given in full sentences e.g. Who was Christopher Columbus? He was a famous explorer.


Know that you should use a quiet voice in the dinner hall.

Know that you should try to use a knife and fork correctly.

Know that you should finish what you are eating before leaving your seat.

Know how to use good manners during lunchtime, particularly, when receiving food from the school kitchen and talking to middays.

Completing work in books

Know how to set out work in books according to the presentation policy.

Know that each piece of work needs a DUMTUM. (date, underline, miss a line, title, underline, miss a line)

Know that you must use one digit one box when writing in math books.

Know to use a purple pen when correcting mistakes.

Know to use a purple pen when responding to feed forward.

School Uniform

Know that school uniform consists of

Black or grey trousers, Black or grey skirt, white shirt/blouse or polo shirt, blue sweatshirt (with or without school logo) and black shoes. Black or grey shorts can be worn in warmer weather as can blue checked dresses.

Know that all shirts must be tucked in.


Know that, on health and safety grounds, we do not allow pupils to wear jewellery in school except for earring studs in pierced ears, small objects of religious significance and a watch.


Know that for PE pupils must wear black or blue shorts, black or grey track suit bottoms (in colder weather) white t-shirt, trainers/pumps for indoor/outdoor use. A blue sweatshirt can also be worn in colder weather.

End of the day routine

Know that pupils must stay in a straight line while walking across the playground until they reach their meeting point.

Know that they must stand in front of the teacher at the meeting point.

Know that they must not go home until the teacher has checked that the correct adult is picking them up.

Know that these procedures are put in place to keep all children safe at home time.

Attendance and punctuality

Know that you must try to attend school every day.

Know that you must try to arrive at school on time every day.

Know that attending school on time every day is important so that you don’t miss important learning.

Behaviour outside of school

Know that when you are wearing your school uniform you are representing the school community and must always behave responsibly and respectfully.

Know that you should be considerate of other people arriving and leaving school.

Know that being considerate means thinking about other people’s needs, wishes and feelings.