Parent Code of Conduct

Expected Standards of Behaviour 

Chantry Community Primary School expects its staff to behave professionally and we expect parents and other visitors to behave in a reasonable way towards its staff. Some of the types of behaviour that are considered unacceptable whilst on the school site are listed below: 

  • Threatening or abusive behaviour including: shouting at staff either in person or on the phone
  •  Swearing
  •  Showing temper
  •  Offensive gestures
  •  Physical aggression
  •  Excessive noise
  •  Spitting
  •  Racist or sexist comments
  •  Willful damage to Chantry property
  •  Theft
  •  Physically intimidating a member of staff e.g. standing very close
  •  Breaching our security procedures
  •  Offensive gestures
  •  Approaching another child or a parent in the playground in a threatening or aggressive manner
  •  Spreading rumours or malicious gossip in person or using social media 

Should any of the above behaviour occur on school premises the school may feel it is necessary to contact the police and if necessary, ban the offending adult from entering the school grounds. 

Social Media

The use of social media to post libelous or defamatory remarks about the school, staff, other parents or children will be reported and we ask that parents report any abuse to the school.