Pupil Support Policy

Our Pupil Support Policy embraces the message of Better Behaviour – Better Learning and Promoting Positive Behaviour. This is an integral part of school life at Mary Russell.  Through our guidance structure we seek to:

  • Ensure that each pupil is known and valued as a person in their own right
  • Encourage a climate which promotes good working relationships enabling pupils to derive positive values based on co-operation, tolerance and consideration for others
  • Develop the full potential of every pupil, personally, socially and educationally and provide advice on courses of study and career routes
  • Help pupils to acquire the self-discipline and sense of responsibility to face the demands of adult life
  • Promote good relationships between school, home and community and develop close links to the benefit of the pupils

Our guidance system aims are: –

  1. To enable pupils to take advantage of the opportunities available to them by:
    • Making sure that information is given to pupils concerning procedures and events. Shared through the weekly bulletin and assemblies
    • Ensuring pupils are offered advice and help when required
    • Monitoring pupils’ personal and social development, attendance and  behaviour
    • Providing encouragement, advice and counselling on career routes

2. To provide a link:

  • Between the school and the home and establish a partnership with parents. Including the provision of reports, early intervention when difficulties arise and the use of praise when appropriate
  • Between the school and other agencies in order to maximise support
  • To assist in the implementation of the school aims, code, discipline policy and general welfare of pupils 


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