We have strong and effective behaviour and rewoards policy which is very popular with students and staff. It encourages very high standards of behaviour inside and outside the school. Parents are informed immediately if we have any concerns.
Student receive house points for good work and behaviour and these can be cashed in for prizes such as cinema tickets and gift vouchers.
Day to day rewards for all students are in order:
- Verbal praise and encouragement
- Caught doing the Right thing (CDTRT) slips/ coupons in KS3
- House points in 1s, 2s, 5s and 10s
Weekly rewards for students awarded during the Year Assembly are:
- Work of the week.
- Grade Challenge Certificate.
- TG prize for the best behaviour and best attendance each week.
The termly rewards for students are:
- Student of the month in each year for excellent behaviour and attendance
- Petchey Award to 1 student per month for their contribution to the whole school.
- Termly Academic colours for progress
The yearly rewards for all students are:
- Yearly subject prizes at Presentation Eve.
- Yearly reward trip for those with a mean average of less than 1 behaviour point per week
Automatic DSS: Late, out of uniform, no HL or lack of equipment
- The first time a rule is broken
- Verbal warning reinforced by writing initials on the board
- Reminded of rule and the consequences
- The second time a rule is broken OR:
- Refusing to work;
- Using a mobile phone/stereo;
- Walking out of class;
- Disturbing another class;and,
- Play fighting.
- Sent to Team Leader and placed in Directed Study Support
- Student sent to Pastoral Office with note
- Racism, sexism, homophobia, vandalism, bullying, cussing, smoking and truancy
- DSS, isolation, parental meeting, exclusion and/or restorative justice meet
To HT/DHT: Aggression, violence, illegal item, rude/abusive or theft
- Student sent to Head/Deputy with note
- Immediate isolation. 8 o/c meeting and/or exclusion
On Amber report
- 3 or more behaviour points in a week
- Students on Amber report have a 20 minute lunchtime DSS whilst on report
- Students on Amber report have 20 minute DSS for each fail comment at the end of the day
On Red report
- Students who fail the Amber report go on the Red report
- Students on Red report have a 20 minute lunchtime DSS whilst on report
- Students on Red report have 20 minute DSS for each fail comment at the end of the day
- Students who fail RED report must complete a Saturday DSS
Our full policy