FrogFrogGood to Be Green


The ‘Good to be Green’ approach to behaviour management is an effective  way of promoting positive behaviour. The visual/child-friendly resource allows our pupils to easily see how they are behaving in class. It recognizes those pupils who always behave and allows us to keep track of those pupils who find it harder to meet the school’s expected behaviour code. The approach supports staff in tracking pupil behaviour and secures consistent approach to behaviour management across the school. Staff record warnings and consequences daily, parents are kept informed of any concerns and the information is collated to provide a picture of pupil behaviour across the whole school.


Our aim is that all pupils become self governing and independent and we want to ensure that our pupils’ behaviour impacts positively upon their learning.


Rights’, ‘Responsibilities’, ‘Choices’ and ‘Consequences’ are the four key principles that underpin this approach.


Classroom rules are agreed so that expectations about behaviour are clearly understood by all and pupils are encouraged to respect the right of others to learn.


Our ‘Keys to Independent Learning’ programme also tackles expectations around behaviour needed for learning – the keys linked to ‘Reflecting’, ‘Personal/Social Responsibility’ and ‘Self Regulation’ all support positive interaction and engagement with our ‘Good to be Green’ behaviour management strategy.


The school is able to demonstrate the success of this approach to behaviour management because we have a record, year on year, of more pupils achieving a green year and this is to be celebrated!


Please click on the images below to view our Good to be Green class rules.


Good to be Green Foundation Stage Good to be Green Year One Good to be Green Year Two Good to be Green Key Stage Two

Foundation Stage Year One Year Two Key Stage Two