At King David Primary we want all of our children to feel safe and happy and we expect our children to conduct themselves in a respectful and courteous way.
The majority of our children give 100% effort and commitment to everything they do resulting in high standards of work and very positive outcomes as they want to succeed. However, sometimes children feel frustrated when their learning is disrupted by their peers which the teachers then have to spend time dealing with.
Children will continue to earn Smileys throughout the year for hard work and for showing positive
attitudes towards school life. After earning ten smileys, the children will earn one house point which
will count towards their house total. Smiley bronze, silver, gold, platinum and diamond milestones
will be awarded and celebrated in key stage assemblies soon after your child has achieved them.
In both KS1 and KS2 children will start each day with five stars and the daily consequences for losing
those stars will be:
One star lost is a warning
Two stars lost means losing 5 minutes of break
Three stars lost means losing all of break
Four stars lost means losing all of break and 15 minutes of lunchtime
Five stars lost means losing a full break and lunchtime, eating away from friends and a
phone call home.
When taking a star teacher must input a key to explain the reasoning for the loss of a star, which can
be found in the children’s homework diaries.
Five stars lost in total from Monday to Friday of the same week will result in getting a Negative.
This will mean a letter would be sent home on Friday with a slip that needs to be signed by a parent
or guardian and returned to the behaviour coordinators by Monday. Negatives are collected
throughout the year and are not reset each term.
3 Negatives = Meeting with parents/guardians in school with class teacher and behaviour
co-ordinator. Child given a behaviour plan.
5 Negatives = Meeting with parents/guardians in school with class teacher, behaviour coordinator and SLT. Loss of opportunities, privileges or experiences. Review of behaviour
10 Negatives = Meeting with parents/guardians in school with class teacher, behaviour coordinator and Head Teacher. Loss of opportunities, privileges, or experiences. Review of
Continuous challenging behaviour or one off severe incidents will result in exclusions and or