Each pupil is expected to try her hardest to achieve, have consideration for others and respect the property of other people and the school. Pupils are encouraged to be well behaved; good behaviour is recognised by frequent expression of approval by the staff, and by the generous use of rewards.
Effort and attainment are rewarded by Honourables, Games Colours and Prizes at Speech Day. Good conduct is recognised through Hall Marks. Letters of congratulation are sent to parents by the Headmistress. Public praise is often given in Assembly and each term we hold a special Achievements Assembly. Sanctions are used sparingly. Further information on rewards and sanctions can be found in the School’s Discipline Policy.