We continue to encourage children to 'Stay on Green' next year. In addition to the Golden Rules, staying on 'green' will also mean that children are following rules regarding safety. These will include:
- washing their hands when they are told;
- Catch it, kill it, bin it when sneezing and coughing.
Children who stay on 'green' will be rewarded with their badges as usual.
Rewards and consequences:
Gold - the Headteacher's Golden Tea Party may or may not happen at the end of the academic year. If it is unable to go ahead (subject to a risk assessment) children will be asked to celebrate at home with a 'virtual' tea party. An email will be sent to let you know if your child has gone on 'Gold'.
Yellow - children will still complete a reflection sheet but this will be done within the classroom at a set table.
Red - Any child displaying red behaviour will spend some time (probably at lunchtime) with one of the senior leadership team talking and reflecting on their behaviour. This may involve a phonecall to parents. 3 reds in a half term will result in a letter/email home with detentions following.
Other rewards will continue as normal. When children gain their correct number of value certificates Mrs Phillips will visit them in their classroom and present them with their certificate. Fo
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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