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At The Streetly Academy we are continually looking to support and develop students conduct and behaviour. As a Restorative Practice Academy we educate students to recognise how their conduct and choices not only impact on themselves but also effect and influence others. We want all students to own their behaviour traits and understand the importance of this in school, at home and in the community.
The idea of 'connect before content' means that we try to build positive relationships with all of our students through all aspects of teaching. Restorative practice also helps to build, maintain and sometimes repair relationships between students.
The aim of restorative practice is to educate students on how to be the best version of themselves in everything they do. This includes being reflective of their actions, understanding of others actions, compassionate to all and to support each other to enjoy their educational experience.
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What a fantastic 3 days of climbing with our GCSE PE students. Some outstanding young climbers, using advanced skills. Some really useful activity scores gained. Well done to all of them, it was really hard work. #Climbing @HAOEC #GCSEPE #PRIDE https://t.co/KlxsvhURPT
RESULT 🤝 The Streetly Academy Netball Women 🏐 Newcastle Netball 17 - 34 Streetly Opposition Player of the Match - Rhiannon ⭐️ Streetly Players' Player - Alice ⭐️ Coaches Player - Rhiannon ⭐️ @StreetlyAcademy @StreetlyPE @SevernStars @RebekahAirey1 https://t.co/Xq1TaZKLLH
33 Year 8's are currently listening to an army presentation learning about careers in the army before completing the practical tasks this afternoon. Great to see so many students taking part in this. @StreetlyAcademy https://t.co/s91UvY3Bdz
Year 7 are going to the panto on 8th December! Oh yes they are! We will back in time for lunch where we will be doing some activities related to it. If you have any newspapers that you could donate that could be used for these activities, please send them in to school asap!
Today students in 8S1 evaluated how writers crafted and structured tension in various Detective Fiction novels such as Cuckoo’s Calling, A Murder is Announced and Lamb to the Slaughter. @StreetlyYr8 https://t.co/oovr8YYsxX
Year 10 and Year 9 PLT have had a lovely afternoon decorating a tree as part of All Saints Church Christmas Tree festival 🎄 https://t.co/5lHoftJYXe
Mini competition announcement 🗣️ Prizes are up for grabs for the form who show the greatest improved attendance between now and Christmas, as well as the form with the highest cumulative attendance for the term. Winners will be revealed in the Celebration Assembly in 2 weeks 🏆
Well done to both the U16 and U19 netball teams today at the South Staffordshire County Netball tournament. Some fabulous play and the U16’s were really unlucky not to qualify for regional as they just missed out on goal difference. #streetlynetball
A great evening & an absolute pleasure to represent @StreetlyAcademy in presenting a cheque for £4,118 to the @AtaxiaUK charity as a result of our @suttonfunrun fundraising. Also, as always it was a privilege to spend some time with the wonderful Parkash family. #streetlyfamily https://t.co/dkSpGArnZ0
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