Good to be Green

 

 

Everyday I will aim to keep my behaviour ‘green’. A green card will be displayed with my name on in my classroom.

 

If my behaviour has been ‘green’ all week I may receive a sticker to take home to show I have been behaving well all week.

 

After 15 consecutive days of being ‘green’ I will receive a certificate in assembly and a raffle ticket to enter a prize draw.

 

If my behaviour has been ‘green’ all term I will receive a silver privilege card that I can exchange for fun activities or other rewards.

 

I know that it is ‘Good to be Green’ and behaving well helps me and others to learn.

 

If I make a bad choice, I will receive up to two verbal warnings from an adult. If the poor behaviour continues I will receive an amber card that will replace my green card. If I receive an amber card my teacher will inform my parents. Every day I start green.

 

If my behaviour is unacceptable or has not improved after being given an amber card, I will get a red card. This is very serious and I need to learn from my mistake. This would mean being sent to my Key Stage leader and my parent would be informed.

 

Receiving amber and red cards means I would make my house lose points; 5 points for an amber card and 10 points for a red.

 

I know that it is ‘Good to be Green’ and behaving well helps me and others to learn.