Behaviour for Learning
Rewards and Consequences
Actions students choose will have consequences.
- Good choices will result in praise and rewards (PRAISE Points).
- Poor choices will result in consequences (CONDUCT Points).
Actions students choose will have consequences. Good choices will result in praise and rewards (PRAISE points). Woodside High School’s PRAISE points are awarded to students for going above and beyond basic expectations.
PRAISE and CONDUCT Points
Students can be placed on report to their tutor (green report), YAM (orange report) or a member of the Senior Leadership Team (red report) when there are concerns about their behaviour. See the Consequence Pyramid for guidance on which level of report is appropriate.
Parents/Carers must be informed when a student is placed on report.
EXAMPLE ACTIONS: alcohol, drugs, fireworks, weapons, threatening/assaulting staff, group attack on student, systematic bullying
CONSEQUENCE RANGE: Fixed Term Exclusion, Permanent Exclusion, Managed Move, Referral to PRU, parental/carer involvement, involve school Police Officer, Pastoral Support Programme, Red Report to SLT
LEAD STAFF: Headteacher/Associate Headteacher
EXAMPLE ACTIONS: Persistent C4 and C5, truancy, smoking, prejudicial/discriminatory behaviour, theft, swearing at staff, fighting, vandalism, bullying
CONSEQUENCE RANGE: Fixed Term Exclusion, Internal Exclusion, Restorative Justice Meeting, meetings with parents/carers, involve school Police Officer, Orange Report to SLT
LEAD STAFF: SLT/YAM/HOD
EXAMPLE ACTIONS: Persistent disruption to learning, anti-social behaviour in social areas, disobeying instructions, rudeness, inappropriate uniform, lateness, failure to complete homework
CONSEQUENCE RANGE: C1, C2 and C3 warnings, C4 detentions, subject teacher/tutor detentions, meeting with parents/carers, Green Report to Tutor
LEAD STAFF: Subject Teacher/Tutor
All consequences are indicated as a guideline and are context based. Final consequences will depend on the precise nature of the incident, including the age and vulnerability of the student involved.
All incidents at ORANGE or RED stages should be recorded on SIMS