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Ivanhoe rules are based on our Behaviour for Learning (B4L) process, the key expectations from pupils are:

  • Try hard to do your best
  • Listen to, and follow, instructions
  • Care for others and show respect

As a school we believe that all our pupils have the fundamental right to “an equal and fair chance to thrive and learn in an atmosphere of respect and dignity”. We believe that in order for this to happen all students have the following responsibilities.

To be successful we trust you to:

It is your responsibility not to:

  • Produce the highest qualitywork at all times
  • Speak to others as you would like to be spoken to
  • Respect everyone’s contribution to the lesson
  • Respect the views and feelings of others
  • Put up our hand if required to ask/answer questions
  • Listen quietly to other people
  • Look after the classroom and surrounding areas
  • Be punctual to lessons
  • Be equipped to work (pen,ruler, eraser, pencil, planner)
  • Follow the ‘Out of Lessons Code of Conduct’


  • Distract the teacher or others in the class

  • Answer back, speak rudely or swear in school

  • Make fun of other people’s contributions

  • Make fun of someone who has a different view

  • Shout out or argue with others in class

  • Talk whilst others are speaking

  • Vandalise or deface anything in school

  • Be late

  • Forget books, equipment or planner

  • Disobey ‘Out of Lessons Code of Conduct’


Sanctions/Monitoring Behaviour

Our aim is to ensure good behaviour for learning through good classroom management, high quality teaching & learning, rewards and consistent application of the B4L 4 steps system across the college. There are times however, when, for a small number of students, we need to use further sanctions or to monitor behaviour for an extended period of time.
Sanctions and rewards are used with students to support them in modifying their behaviour. There is normally a clear progression through our available sanctions from departmental, pastoral and whole college level.

You can read the full Behaviour Policy by clicking here. 


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