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House Points

The House System rewards and recognises positive Behaviour for Learning.

Students are allocated to one of four Houses: Oak, Ash, Elm and Fir.

The reasons behind the System are:
  • Set generic standards for Behaviour for Learning.
  • A consistent approach to behaviour throughout school
  • Reward student’s positive Behaviour for Learning.
  • Students seeing there are consequences to negative behaviour
  • A healthy sense of competition
  • Bring a sense of community to the school
  • Encourage Positive Relationships. 
House Points can be given out to any student by any member of staff. They can be given out for:
  • Participation
  • Hard work
  • Effort 
  • Contribution
  • Achieving Targets
  • Being helpful/kind
  • Staying calm
  • Completing Homework
Anything that is deemed worthy of a reward or recognition for a particular behaviour.Staff and Governors, are also allocated to the Houses to support the ideals of the System and again reinforce a sense of belonging and community spirit.