Behaviour & Rewards

At Uffculme School we believe that:

  • The quality of learning, teaching and behaviour are inseparable issues and the responsibility of all staff;
  • Poor behaviour cannot be tolerated as it is a denial of the right of students to learn and teachers to teach. To enable learning to take place preventative action is most effective, but where this fails, the school has clear, firm and intelligent strategies in place to help students manage their behaviour;
  • Respect has to be given in order to be received. Parents and carers, students and teachers all need to operate in a culture of mutual regard;
  • Consistency of approach and a collective responsibility for managing behaviour is likely to lead to high standards;
  • In this school students behave well because of the positive ethos, climate for learning and excellent relationships between staff and students

To find out more about Behaviour and Rewards at Uffculme School, please read our Behaviour Policy


Our aim is for all pupils to learn in a supportive, caring and safe environment without fear of being bullied.

Bullying is anti-social behaviour and affects everyone; it is unacceptable and will not be tolerated. Pupils are always encouraged to report all bullying – whether it involves themselves or another pupil.  For further information about our Anti-Bullying strategy, please read our Anti-Bullying Policy