St. Giles CE (A) Primary School

St. Giles Church of England (Aided) Primary School

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"Pupils’ behaviour is consistently good and they have positive attitudes to their work.They have a good understanding of how to keep themselves and others safe."                                                                                                                                                     (Ofsted, July 2014)

Behaviour and Rewards

We run an individual point ('Mission Points') reward system in school, more details of which can be found in our Behaviour Policy elsewhere on this website. Mission Points reward all children in school, and promote good habits ands attitudes. Teachers also recognise good approaches to learning and behaviour in letters, notes, certificates and so on which are sent home or awarded in class or assembly. We expect all children to follow our simple school rules:

  • We are kind, caring and polite
  • We are helpful and truthful
  • We can be trusted
  • We listen and try our best
  • We encourage each other

Mission Points

Children are awarded Mission points for good behaviour, attitudes, effort and work in the form of ‘Killamartians’. Every half term, all children receive a Reward Day activity. Children with higher points totals get earlier choices; children with the very highest points are treated to a special enrichment event funded by our PTA, the Friends of St Giles School (FSGS).

Additional Mission points are given half termly via our Pupil Conferencing system, where extra Killamartians are gained for good attendance, punctuality, uniform, behaviour and so on. Children are also awarded lots of extra Killamartians every time they progress in their work to the next stage in Reading, Writing and Maths.

 

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