Good to be Green


The following is a copy of the 'Rewards and Sanctions' policy currently being used in school: 

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 will receive a sticker or mini-certificate 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 forget school rules or choose the wrong behaviour I will receive up to two verbal warnings from an adult. If the poor behaviour continues I will receive an amber warning card that will replace my green card. Every day my card starts as green, but if I have two or more amber cards the teacher will contact my parent by letter or phone.

If my poor behaviour is very serious or has not improved after being given the amber card, I could get a red card. This is very serious and unacceptable. This would mean being sent to Mr Camp or Ms Brown and then my parent would be called to come into school immediately. 

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