Expectations


Our expectations reinforce The Fundamental British Values.

  • Individual Liberty
  • Democracy
  • Rule of Law
  • Tolerance and Respect

We establish excellent relationships based on respect and responsibility. We encourage self-discipline, motivation and high standards of behaviour and courtesy in a trusting and caring environment. As the children grow they take on appropriate responsibilities and act as positive role models showing pride, positive attitudes to learning and care towards others.

Yoimoji - 'Good Character'

The Yoimoji are special Values which set out how we expect our children to work and play together, celebrate their differences  and thrive in the Perton Primary Academy community.

The core Yoimoji values are to be:-

  • Kind - I like helping people
  • Curious - I love finding things out
  • Patient - I can wait my turn
  • Independent - I try to do things on my own
  • Brave - I like to try new things
  • Honest - I always tell the truth

STAR OF THE WEEK

Excellent work ethic and exemplary behaviour are praised and rewarded with 'Star of the Week' Assembly and class 'Golden Time'. Early Years award Stars of the Day.

We follow a 'Good to be Green' behaviour scheme from Year 1. Children start each day on Green. If a rule is not being followed a Warning card is given and time to reflect. If the behaviour continues a Consequence is given.

Children are awarded individual Dojo Points over each week for demonstrating the Yoimoji Values.  Parents can view their own child's success from home.

In Sports, children belong to four House Teams, Chestnut - Green, Ash - Blue, Rowan - Red and Elm - Yellow. 

WE ARE PROUD TO BE A PART OF SUA TRUST 

SUAT supports and leads in the set-up of new academies joining the partnership.  The services provided by the central support function cover both educational and non-educational support.  In terms of educational support, SUAT is linked to the School of Education of Staffordshire University, which is an outstanding ITT provider.

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