We now use a whole school consistent approach to behaviour called Trackit-Lights. Trackit-Lights is used and linked to all areas of the curriculum, not just behaviour. Trackit-Lights has four sections, red, green, orange and yellow. All children start the day anew and can earn green points for specific behaviour-related praise reasons.
Children can earn certificates on Trackit lights – 50 points is a Bronze Certificate
100 points is a Silver Certificate
200 points is a Gold Certificate
300 points is a Diamond Certificate
400 points is a Platinum Certificate
Unacceptable behaviours will result in an orange warning on Trackit-Lights and if this continues a yellow warning will be issued. If a child persists or displays behaviour which is serious a red warning will be issued via Trackit-Lights. When a red warning is issued the child will spend 10 minutes with a member of Senior Management Team, they will also have to miss the next lunchtime session with SMT. If a child receives a red warning parents will be informed at the end of the day by the class teacher.
We have also introduced House points based on the green points that each child earns. Children can also receive a certificate and a small prize for getting the most points in their class each week. We have house mascots and every half term the children in the winning house will receive an additional reward which the children, with the help of the house captains and vice captains decide – such as a film afternoon or an extra playtime etc.
Class and House Winners
This weeks house winner is: Ozzy Owls
House winner for this half term so far: Walters Wolves
Reception Winner: Harper T
Y1 Winner: Khadeeja A
Y2 Winner: Declan D
Y3 Winner: Lexi S
Y4 Winner: Amatullah A
Y5 Winner: Lexie R
Y6 Winner: Leah L