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Rewards and Sanctions

We aim to promote high standards of behaviour because we believe that good behaviour promotes an effective learning environment.  The recognition and celebration of achievement of all kinds is central to our school ethos.

When you do something well your teachers will acknowledge it in different ways such as – words of praise, good comments in books, mention in assemblies, awarding certificates or trophies and contacting parents.

These merits can be exchanged at the end of academic year for various prizes including vouchers from many high street stores.  Merits are awarded for:

  • Effort and achievement in classwork
  • Effort and achievement in homework
  • Attendance
  • Punctuality
  • Good conduct
  • Academic progress
  • Contribution to wider school activities (ie sports / drama / arts)
  • Students will receive certificates at various levels
  • Bronze (100 Merits)
  • Silver (200 Merits)
  • Gold (500 Merits)
  • Platinum (1000 Merits)
  • At the end of each term, merits will be exchanged for raffle tickets and entered into a prize draw

Behaviour Management

The consequence system remains with some minor modifications.

Informal warning

C1      student detained for five minutes at break time

C2      student detained for twenty minutes at break / lunchtime

C3      parents informed through text message.  One hour detention completed the next evening

C3b    One hour thirty minute Senior Leadership detention on Friday afternoon

Parents will be informed of C3 detentions by text message.  The teacher who issues the consequence will also call to discuss the incident.  Letters will no longer be automatically sent out.