Since September 2015, our school has adopted the 'Stay On Green' approach to behaviour. This has proved extremely successful for our children. Some parents even use the system at home! Please read our updated policy by following the link at the bottom of this page. If you have any further questions, please speak to our Behaviour Lead, Mr Seaman.
There have been lots of positive stories from parents about the system, and we are delighted to hear parents talking about it, how they are using it at home, and how they talk to their children about it. Comments at parents' evening included:
‘It’s a good system. I check every day to make sure she stays on green, and she loves letting me know about it. She hasn’t achieved bronze yet but is working towards it.’ (Year 3 parent).
‘It helps, he’s so scared to drop off green.’ (Year 2 parent)
‘He loves being on the green rainbow, and wants to go on the sun.’ (Nursery parent)
'We aspire to get to gold, but have long discussions about not going off green. When he doesn’t stay on green we have to have a talk and have a strategy about how to stay on green the next time.’ (Year 2 parent)
|Week ending||Winning classes in KS2|
|Friday 7th September||4S, 5A, 5H, 5M, 6N and 6S|
|Friday 14th September||3H, 4T, 5H and 5M|
|Friday 21st September||4B and 5A|
|Friday 28th September||3E and 5H|
|Friday 5th October||4S, 5A AND 5M|
|Friday 12th October||3E and 6N|
|Wednesday 17th October||3E and 6S|
Many of our classes have chosen to use their Green time to develop their cooking skills in the Technology room. Children have cooked and ate pizzas, made and decorated cookies and decorated cupcakes. Other classes have chosen to develop the value of 'working together' by playing games in the quad or develop computing skills using the iPads.
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