The Kemnal Academies Trust is one of the largest Multi-Academy Trusts in the South and East of England with 45 Special, Primary, Secondary and All Through Academies in the TKAT Family.

Visit TKAT Website
Header Image 1


Learning Behaviour Guide for Parents and Students

Success at Hylands School depends, not only on learning in lessons. It also depends on the development of self-control, self-awareness and ability to consider others (respect). In following the school rules, students will exercise these personal qualities.

The rules and expectations are based on the principle that respect and responsibilities lie at the heart of the school’s practice. Poor behaviour cannot be tolerated because it denies the right of students to learn and teachers to teach.

Hylands Habits

The Hylands habits are:

Be Respectful: Respect is the glue that holds the Hyland’s community together. We show respect to all members of our community by behaving in an appropriate manner and accepting others for who they are, regardless of differences. We respect the rights of our teachers to teach and our students to learn.

Be Responsible: We take responsibility for our learning and behaviour at all times and do not make excuses. We take an active role in our learning and being part of the Hyland’s school community. We recognise that we are accountable to both others and ourselves. We accept responsibility for our actions, and take ownership of our mistakes.

Be Resilient: We show resilience by learning from our mistakes, overcoming barriers and continuing to move forward, rather than letting our failures get in our way. We adapt and bounce back when things do not go as planned. We see our failures as a part of our

success. Failing is a learning opportunity that makes us stronger and better individuals.

Everything we do in school links back to these habits, which form part of our code of conduct.

Antibullying Policy

Behaviour Policy