The approach to recognising and rewarding positive behaviour at Heath Fields Primary School
- Each child will have an individual card that they will use to collect ‘bee’ stickers or stamps on. Bee stickers/stamps will be awarded by any adult in school when they see any child behaving in the expected way by: being calm, being kind, being polite, being safe and being respectful.
- Level one (Bronze) – children need to collect 100 stickers to achieve level one.
- 25 stickers = bronze note home recognizing positive behaviour
- 50 stickers = bronze certificate presented in assembly recognizing positive behaviour
- 75 stickers = bronze note home recognizing positive behaviour and eligible to sit on the golden table
- 100 stickers = parents invited into assembly to see their child receive a certificate and bronze badge for completing level one and becoming a ‘bronze badge holder'
- Level two (Silver) – As level one but notes home and certificates will be silver.
- Silver badges awarded for collecting 100 stickers and eligible for badge holder treat.
- Level three (Gold) - As level one and two but notes home and certificates will be gold.
- Gold badges awarded for collecting 100 stickers and eligible for badge holder treat.
- Level Four (Heath Fields Hero) – As previous levels but notes home and certificates will be Heath Fields Hero themed.
- On collecting 100 stickers at this level, Heath Fields Hero status earned in recognition of consistently good behaviour. Heath Fields Hero badge awarded and Heath Fields Hero’s trusted to take on responsibility such as: ringing the bell, keeping bookshelves tidy or supervising in assembly.
- Each class can earn a reward for collectively reaching 100 points. Points will be awarded by the class teacher in recognition of positive behaviour as a whole. For example the class working well as a team or completing set tasks.
The approach to managing behaviour at Heath Fields Primary School
When a child displays behaviour that is not in line with the school's expectation then the following steps to be followed.
Step one – A verbal warning is given to the child with a reminder around behaviour expectations.
Step two – Verbal warning repeated with an explanation of the consequence if the child does not meet behaviour expectations.
Step three – Child's name recorded, and 5 minutes free time (break) is lost
Step four – 15 minutes of free time lost.
Step five - Child sent to another class via a senior leader. message sent home informing parents.
If incidents happen during the afternoon, then the sanction is carried over to the next day. Children will be given the opportunity, during the afternoon to meet the teacher’s expectations and so have any sanctions removed for the following day.
At Heath Fields Primary School we are all expected to be...
I try to do my best and understand I don’t always get it right first time.
I don’t react to the words or actions of others and tell an adult straight away.
I am aware of others and considerate towards them when I work or play.
I line up with my class in a quiet and calm way.
I share learning resources and play equipment with others.
I look after the school by keeping it tidy and pick up coats, bags and books off the floor.
I will treat others in the way I expect to be treated.
I will work as part of a team, helping the other members of my team
I say please, thank you and excuse me.
I listen carefully in class, assembly and to all adults.
I hold the door open for others.
I greet visitors to school and show appreciation to guests in class or assembly.
I follow the instructions given to me by any adult in school.
I will try to the best of my ability.
I wear the correct uniform and bring the right equipment to school like P.E. kit.
I know what my reading, writing and maths targets are.
I complete my homework and return it on time.
I read at home and get an adult to sign my reading record.
I follow the school and class rules.
I move around the school and playground with care, being aware of others.
I eat my lunch carefully, putting my lunch things away when I have finished.
I will tell an adult in school if I am worried or concerned about anything