Gallow Field Road
Market Harborough
LE16 7QZ

Telephone: 01858 545 328


We expect all pupils to maintain a high standard of behaviour.  There are four rules for good behaviour that are agreed across the school.

Rules for Good Behaviour:

  1. We listen to and follow instructions.
  2. We are always positive, honest and helpful.
  3. We keep hands, feet, objects and unkind words to ourselves.
  4. We look after our school.

To encourage the children to follow these we will acknowledge good behaviour.


  1. Praise, both formal and informal
  2. Material and token rewards (team points, stickers/stars, certificates, class trophy, end of year shields, etc.).
  3. Opportunities for greater responsibility (library monitor, head boy/girl).

Golden Time:

To encourage appropriate behaviour, the children are rewarded with 25 minutes Golden Time on Friday afternoons.  There is a choice of activities across the school.  Any children misbehaving during the week lose blocks of five minutes.


For incidences of rudeness, stopping others from learning, and breaking the school rules, we follow the following procedure:

     1.    Children receive a verbal warning with consequence outlined.

     2.    Children receive 10 minutes time-out with another teacher.

     3.    Severe problems are sent directly to the Head Teacher.

Any children sent to the Head Teacher will write their name and reason for being sent in the Behaviour Book.  A ‘red letter’ which will state the reason for the entry in the Behaviour Book, will also be issued.  Where possible, a conversation between the teacher and parents will take place as the letter is handed over.  If this is not possible, a telephone call will follow to check the letter has been received.

Anti-Bullying Policy

We consider bullying to be a very serious matter and deal with it promptly whenever it arises.  We have a policy for dealing with bullying and we try to make sure that our response is swift and consistent.  At Foxton we work hard to stop bullying and want everyone to feel safe and happy. We treat bullying very seriously.

The children are taught the ‘STOP’ acronym:  START




A Worry Box is placed in the library for any child who wishes to report bullying confidentially.  For parents to report a suspected case of bullying a form is available from under the Visitors Book in the School Reception.  Children in Years 5 & 6 have been awarded the prestigious Princess Diana Anti-Bullying Memorial Award. This award is only given when an outstanding contribution has been made to Anti-bullying in school and communities.