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Class charters drawn up at Willougby School in Bourne




The Willoughby School in Bourne unveils its new class charters with headteacher James Husbands, teaching assistants Jenny Davis and Sharon Ward who are with pupils Katie, Daniel and Matthew. Photo by Tim Wilson.
The Willoughby School in Bourne unveils its new class charters with headteacher James Husbands, teaching assistants Jenny Davis and Sharon Ward who are with pupils Katie, Daniel and Matthew. Photo by Tim Wilson.

Bourne’s Willoughby School has laid down the rules for discipline and harmony in the classroom.

The specialist school has drawn up class charters agreed by staff and school council members.

Headteacher James Husbands (pictured with pupils and teaching assistants Jenny Davis and Sharon Ward) said: “The charters are used as a class-based code of conduct and common themes across all of them are the importance of sharing, kindness to others and the need for quiet in and around the school.

“They were part of our school council’s work, enabling every child in the school to have their view and opinion on a range of topics about the school.

“The next topic for our school council to discuss will be dinners, lunchtime and break time arrangements.”



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