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Whinneybanks Primary School

Tel: 01642 817713 Head Teacher: Mrs S Thorpe Email: whinneybanks@mcschools.org.uk SEND Coordinator: Mrs N Watson Chair of Governors: Mrs L Green

Whinneybanks Primary School

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Oct 2018

Our School Rules

Nursery to Y1

Our School Rules

I speak politely and kindly to others.

I call people by their proper names and say please, thank you and excuse me.

I have kind hands and feet.

I listen carefully when other people are speaking.

I put my hand up when I want to speak.

I work and talk quietly and let others concentrate on their work.

I always do my best and try to finish my work on time.

I help look after our school and other people’s work and belongings.

I walk in the corridors and the classroom.

Our Playground Rules

I do as I am asked first time.

I speak politely and kindly to others.

I call people by their proper names and say please, thank you and excuse me.

I have kind hands and feet.

I stay inside the boundary line on the playground.

I let others play their games without spoiling them.

I help to keep the playground free from litter.

I ask a teacher to help if I am having an argument.

Whinneybanks Primary School Tower Clock

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