Why do we have a Reward System
- To reward the students who reflect the school ethos and are active citizens in our community. (See ‘On Route to Success - The College Vision’)
- To avoid rewards being given at random - so students know exactly how to get them.
- To create a culture of success where the benefits are greater for positive contributions than negative.
- To create a sense of corporate responsibility and pride so that students understand the effects of their actions.
- To let tutors know about all the fantastic things their tutees are doing.
How do students gain rewards
Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 Attendance
- Dress Code / Uniform
- Performing, presenting or representing the College
- College or community life
- Track points and Graduation points
Key Stage 5
- Academic record
- Contribution to College / community achievements
What are the rewards?
KS3 (Tavitrack) and KS4 (Graduation Points)
- Year 7 gain prizes for collection of Trackpoints.
- Individual successes rewarded
- Each term the top tutor group in each year wins a prize
- Attendance at Celebration Ceremonies (e.g. Year 9 Progression Ceremony, Year 11 Graduation Ceremony)
- Visual rewards, KS3 (Bronze, Silver, Gold), KS4 (Diamond, Platinum)
- Invitation to Reward Winner's Party or trip (e.g. Year 9 Adventure Park Trip, Year 11 Graduation Ball)
KS5 (Active Citizenship)
- Certificates and vouchers for Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum Awards
- Details on references / CV
How is all this recorded?
- Each student as a record sheet which is filled out between the tutor and the student, this is in the Student Organiser and online for tutors
- Results are collated every term by the Lead Teacher for Personal Development to create a 'Premier League' and identify top Tutor groups
- End of the year results are collated and prizes presented at Celebration Evenings and Year Assemblies
- The total points gained by students enables them to pass the Reward Scheme or pass with Distinction
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Tuesday, May 14, 2013