Stokeinteignhead Primary School
Curious, Determined, Resourceful and Respectful
Stokeinteignhead Primary School
Curious, Determined, Resourceful and Respectful

Behaviour & Rewards


How are children's efforts and achievements recognised?


As a school we like to recognise children’s achievements. Children are regularly recognised in school and may be given a sticker or verbal acknowledgement of achievement. Children in each class regularly receive certificates for progress in reading and commendations from teachers. Each half term we hold a special rewards assembly where children from each class is presented with a certificate for good learning and a child from each class. There is a cup awarded to a child from each class at the end of each year again to celebrate achievement and approach to learning.



What are the school expectations regarding behaviour?



Children are expected to behave well at all times to support their own learning and the learning of others. As a school community learning is our primary focus.


  • All children will take part in a reward hour time on a Friday afternoon. This will include a range of activities which children will be able to enjoy and participate in.
  • If children do not follow a behaviour expectation during the week they could receive a warning about their behaviour. Up to 5 warnings would not be considered serious.
  • If children receive more than 5 warnings in a week they will then join a supported session during the reward hour to coach them and support improved behaviour the following week. Parents will be informed of this.

More detail is included in our behaviour policy.