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24/05/20

Eid Mubarak to those in our HACH community who are celebrating the end of Ramadan. https://t.co/BsUXu0oUP0

22/05/20

It’s day 5 of awareness week. Adrian in Year 7 showed how when he put together a compilation of his Grandma’s favourite Polish 🇵🇱 songs for her to listen to. Well Done Adrian, that’s a lovely thing to do. Check out our challenge for today... https://t.co/B2GwNng5Jd

21/05/20

It’s Day 4 of awareness week. Miss Moore has baked a vegan Victoria sponge for her mum. Miss Jones, brownies for her elderly neighbours Brenda & Reg. made a traditional dessert from Santander called Quesada 🇪🇸. What will you make? https://t.co/zqCF68pU0o

21/05/20

Wow! We’re incredibly proud of you Tarkan! https://t.co/pN0u7Szkji

20/05/20

Our Staff have been overwhelmed with messages of thanks, it is very much appreciated. We miss our students very much and cannot wait to see them in person when the time comes. https://t.co/WVzUcDLMy0

20/05/20

It’s Day 3 of awareness week. Due to Covid, Miss Yeldham was unable to run the Costa Rica fundraising event and therefore donated the Easter Eggs for the event to the staff at Basildon Hospital. https://t.co/9QYvcMPo6u

19/05/20

How wonderful! A thank you can mean so much. the HACH community is very lucky to have you. https://t.co/3r86YNBhEb

19/05/20

Well Done Isabel! That looks like a good cuppa. HACH community, don’t forget to share your acts of kindness with us ⁦https://t.co/bFDvY7YsWg

19/05/20

Day 2 of the awareness week HACH kindness challenge: Send a letter to someone you haven’t seen in a long time. Or like & her Nan, embrace the wonders of modern technology and use video calling (ears and whisker filters are optional) https://t.co/ZEV89SX5ad

18/05/20

Congratulations Eshaal! Well done to the students who took part in the Juniper Book Awards and thank you to Miss Lock for your efforts. https://t.co/vnuZKYwJGj https://t.co/EqjA2IxLuH

18/05/20

Our physical health and mental health go hand in hand, we’re . A fantastic effort from our PE team and HACH Students! https://t.co/EeoDXjzWQi

18/05/20

It’s awareness week! Our first act of comes from Mr Jerden who made a tea for Mrs Jerden. This is our Kindness challenge for today: Make a tea for someone in your household. Share your acts of Kindness... . . https://t.co/oe1lstg5Gt

13/05/20

Over the course of the week and beyond, we will be encouraging our students and school community to share their acts of kindness (no matter how small!) by tagging and using the . 2/2 https://t.co/UsVg8JPE9o

13/05/20

How are you doing? Next week is mental health awareness week led by the foundation. The theme is kindness & we have prepared a family newsletter giving information and tips for maintaining positive mental health. 1/2 https://t.co/OVDctsEi3o

04/05/20

Retweetd From HACH PE DEPT

This week’s challenge is how many shoulder taps can you do in 1 minute? Can you beat Miss Freeman’s score of 116? All you need is a stopwatch, yourself and a little bit of space! https://t.co/SriarEjXNR

03/05/20

03/05/20

In this weeks student bulletin: All things futures from ⁦⁩ & some inspirational speakers from ⁦⁩. We look at how Great Britain celebrated VE Day in 1945 & who has been awarded character merits this week? Students, check your inboxes to find out! https://t.co/efnXNzHXF2

29/04/20

Fantastic opportunities available from the youth hub, follow the contact details to book a place! https://t.co/OGnPuzN58F

29/04/20

This is a great way to learn a language and to support students who are learning remotely! ⁦https://t.co/7XezH1YKdm

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Rewards and Sanctions

The school has a clear behaviour policy, and a series of expectations of the way that students should behave when at school.  For transgressions of expectations that attract more serious sanctions, these will generally reflect those values upheld by our society.  i.e treating each other with respect, care and tolerance; avoiding prejudice, abuse of others and/or criminal acts. 


Why have school sanctions?

In the same way that parents or carers use praise, reward and the removal of privileges to encourage their children to behave in the way that they would wish, the school also uses rewards and sanctions. 

For many minor matters, a discussion of the issues and the way to address these is sufficient.  Where there is an ongoing problem, or the misbehaviour is more serious, then this discussion will be accompanied by sanctions.

The purpose of sanctions is to reinforce that certain behaviours or attitudes are not acceptable.  For more serious ongoing matters, sanctions also serve as a form of warning that failure to correct misbehaviour could lead to temporary or, in extreme cases, permanent removal from the school in order to protect others’ education or well-being.


Deciding the sanction that applies

When an incident occurs, then a sanction will be set by the relevant member of staff in line with the school behaviour policy and the HACH Sanctions chart. 

There are times when an incident needs investigation before a decision can be made.  This may be because it is a reported concern without direct evidence as yet and/or because student accounts are at variance with other reports.  In these instances, the following general procedure is followed:

1. Students concerned are asked to give an account through writing a statement and investigatory staff will ask additional questions to clarify sequencing, detail or any apparent discrepancies

2. Any witnesses will be asked for their account; this will include students and staff.  Where possible, witnesses who are neutral i.e. not part of involved students’ friendship groups, will be used.

3. Any camera footage of the area at the time will be viewed

4. A decision will be made as to the likely pattern of events based on the evidence collected. 

The school will make the final decision of the sanction that applies in any situation; this is its responsibility.  Any decision is not subject to parental/carer approval, though the school would make every effort for parents/carers to understand the reasons behind its decision and how this complies with its behaviour policy. 

The school will not accept that any individual student should be exempt from school sanctions.  All students must comply with sanctions set by the school.