Celebrations and Rewards
Our emphasis in our behaviour management is on using rewards to reinforce good behaviour. We recognise that most children respond better if they receive praise more frequently than correction. We believe that rewards have a motivational role, helping children to see that good behaviour is valued. The commonest reward is verbal praise, informal and formal, public and private, to individuals and groups. It is earned by the maintenance of good standards as well as by particularly noteworthy achievements.
Recognition of achievement in learning or behaviour can also be rewarded by:
- Merit Awards
- Attendance Certificates