A Guide to Behaviour and Rewards
At Swinefleet Primary School we believe it is vital that pupils behave well to create the best possible environment for learning and enjoyment. Praise is one of the most important behaviour systems that we use within school and we strongly believe in celebrating each others' efforts.
Below you can see the behaviour and reward system used within the school. These have been discussed and agreed with the children and are displayed throughout the school.
Each child chooses a Dojo Avatar for the year. Throughout the year, they are then able to gain Dojos which they save up to earn prizes. At specific milestones, the children are able to select a prize but they can also save up their Dojos to gain higher value prizes. The school council
Dojos are given for good work, homework, reading at home, spellings and other classroom based reasons.
House teams help build a family atmosphere and the children work in these for special events, sports day and when collecting Swinefleet Tokens. Swinefleet Tokens are given out by all staff members for demonstrating the values expected in school such as empathy and by following the school absolutes.
The three teams (Scafell Pike, Ben
At our celebration assembly, we are able to celebrate each others' successes. Each week the teachers, in conjunction with support staff, choose a member of their class to be awarded a certificate. Miss
House token totals are shared during the assembly. The team with the most Swinefleet Tokens moves up our mountain.
Other certificates and awards such as Mathletics certificates, sporting certificates and even awards from outside of school are celebrated with all pupils and staff.
Behaviour Values are an important aspect of school life and were chosen by the children, parents and governors. Our School Absolutes are displayed around the school and everyone is expected to follow these.
If the children do not follow the School Absolutes and Behaviour Values then they are aware of the consequences in place. These act as a reminder and we are proud of our school behaviour.