Individual Rewards (diddy dots) and Whole Class
1. 1 Golden Ticket (prize & postcard home)
2. 2 Golden Tickets (prize & Postcard Home)
3 . 3 Golden Tickets (book, prize & postcard home)
4. 4 Golden Tickets (book, prize, postcard home)
When four Golden Tickets are achieved the school holds a special assembly where the parents are invited to come and watch the presentation. .The Red Diamond is for children not following the golden rules and therefore must suffer the consequences. 1. Start with a reminder and relate to which rule they are breaking. 2. If the behaviour continues tell the child they have now had their first verbal warning. 3. If behaviour continues cool of time (by the wall/member of staff) for 5 minutes (ks1) 10 minutes( ks2) invite them back to the playground reminding them of the rules. 4. Misbehaviour continues = yellow card and has to stay in for the rest of playtime to TL, yellow card taken back to class at the end of lunchtime so the teacher is aware of the pupil misbehaviour. 5&6 .For serious actions/unprovoked attack on staff/children, leaving school premises, blue card to DHT/AHT or red card HT. (I have a photocopy of this as part of my evidence).
This encourages the children to work hard as they move from year to year throughout the school and therefore understands that good behaviour is rewarded and bad behaviour is not tolerated. Once the children have finished their lunch they have to line up in the Dinner Hall, when I have enough Children to take outside I remind them of what they should do. Make sure they go to the toilet and wash their hands before going outside, make sure they put their coats on (depending on the weather ) reminding them of playground rules which is no fighting or using the equipment as weapons as this is not permitted in school. I then ask the children who is on toy duty so they can decide on what equipment they would like to play with , this encourages the children to make decisions at an early age and helps them to grow up independantly and shows them they can make choices and it will also boost their self esteem. I observe the children and interact with them, ‘the children love skipping’ so I generally twined the skipping rope for them, ( all the time I'm twinding I am constantly focusing on the playground ) we all sing a song which goes like this ‘Cinderella dressed in yellow went to the ball and kissed a fella how many kisses did she get, we then have to count until they stop skipping, this song has been going for over four years. I always say ‘wow that was fantastic skipping well done’, it doesn’t matter if someone...