Behaviour & Rewards
Good behaviour involves students accepting responsibility for their own actions and knowing that all behaviour has consequences, intended or not. Intrinsic reward is prominent in all that we do. As we prepare students to become our next community, national and global leaders, their behaviour will form an important part in the success of this. This is ultimately the intrinsic reward; each achievement adds to the development of success in becoming happy and successful leaders. In addition to this, we promote good and improved behaviour by students through a system of recognition and reward.
We use ClassCharts to monitor our student's rewards and behaviours, also accessible to parents! With ClassCharts we can instantly reward any child achievement points, and give extra details of why they did such a good job. For example our students may be rewarded points for showing behaviours in line with the 9 Habits, or for exceptional classwork. We are then able to send a text message home to let parents know how proud we are of their child!
Points are highlighted in Family Time each week by Family Leaders to intrinsically reward our students. Students are also nominated by faculties and departments for our weekly Student of the Week.