At Beam, we expect all members of the community to treat each other with mutual respect and take responsibility for our own actions. We expect our children to be kind and considerate to one another and to learn from our mistakes. We work in partnership with you to ensure your child is safe and ready to learn. The governing body takes behaviour seriously and recognise that we must promote behaviours which enable our children to succeed in their future lives.
Beam County Primary School is committed to creating an environment where exemplary behaviour is at the heart of productive learning. Everyone is expected to maintain the highest standards of personal conduct, to accept responsibility for their behaviour and encourage others to do the same. Our behaviour policy guides staff to teach self-discipline not blind compliance. It echoes our core values with a heavy emphasis on respectful behaviour, a partnership approach to managing poor conduct and dynamic interventions that support staff and learners.
The school has 3 simple rules ‘Ready, Respectful and Safe’ which can be applied to a variety of situations and are taught and modelled explicitly.
Please read our behaviour policy. press here for the link
Regular School Attendance
Key findings from research repeatedly show that high attendance is linked to higher achievement.
Press here for our School Attendance Policy.
Illness and absence
If your child is absent, you must call the school office as soon as possible on 020 8270 4700 with the following information:
- Your child’s name and class
- The reason for your child’s absence from school (if illness, please state the illness)
- When you expect your child to return to school.
If your child has a medical or other appointment could you please provide a copy of the letter to the office. The office can make a copy of the letter if it assists you. Alternatively, you could email a copy of the letter to the office (email@example.com).