Athersley North Primary School
Our Behaviour Scheme
At Athersley North Primary we promote a positive approach to academic achievement, effort, courtesy, behaviour and attitude.
Class Dojo is a classroom communication app used track student behaviour. The system teaches developmental skills through using real-time feedback.
Every class will have a dojo account and adults will reward pupils based on 7 characteristics of behaviour; effort, kindness, self-reflection, confidence, progress, teamwork, and resilience.
Children will be encouraged to show the characteristics/skills within everyday learning and receive dojo points as a reward for the positive behaviour.
Each week, there will be a winner in each class for receiving rewards for each of the 7 characteristics. These children are then entered into a prize draw to become the class dojo champion for the week.
Every child that receives dojo points will get to save their dojo points towards a reward. The more they save, the better the reward.
Various consequences are used by staff to support children in making good choices. All classes have a Behaviour Book and unacceptable incidents of behaviour are entered. The class teacher, when deemed necessary, will inform parents/carers.
Persistent interruption of lessons may result in pupils undertaking consequence time during their breaktime for 5 or 10 minutes, or having reflection time with their class teacher.