Every two weeks students are awarded an effort score of 1 – 5. This score powers our praise and rewards strategy to allow the efforts of our students to be recognised on a regular basis.
For Years 7-8, scores are awarded in English, maths and science.
For Years 9-11, scores are awarded in all their subjects.
What do we mean by outstanding effort?
- Student’s work is completed to the best of their ability (including presentation) enabling them to meet the Gold Standard.
- Behaviour is ALWAYS conducive to great learning with no instances of students failing to follow the Perfect Climate.
Score of 1
- 100% attendance in all lessons, and
- Outstanding effort in class (including behaviour), and
- Outstanding effort with homework (or remote learning).
Score of 2
- Only minor issues with any of the three points above.
Score of 3
- At times, effort in class (including behaviour) has required improvement, and/or
- Effort with homework (or remote learning) requires improvement.
Score of 4
- Effort in class (including behaviour) is a cause for concern, and/or
- No evidence that students have engaged in their remote learning tasks (this does not include homework set when students are in school).
Score of 5
- Significant issues with student’s attitude to learning in class over the last fortnight.
- If a student has been given a C3 in any of their lessons or has received multiple C2s then they receive a score of 5.
Score of 0 (which does not affect their average score)
- The student has been absent from all lessons this fortnight, or
- The student is unable to complete their remote learning due to illness.