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Mount Hutt College Schoolwide PRIDE Points System

The Pride system gives students and their parents a frequent indication of their educational progress. Students are rated by each subject teacher on their learning and behaviour. The best rating is ‘5’. A ‘2’ indicates improvement is needed and a ‘1’ indicates a serious issue or issues. The totals are averaged to give the student a guide to how their education is progressing. The school diary contains pages for recording and tracking their progress.

Criteria

  • Puts a lot of effort into all classwork and is on-task        
  • Completes homework to the best of their ability
  • Contributes to the class’s learning
  • Obeys classroom and school systems and rules
  • Shows school values of PRIDE (Passion, Respect, Integrity, Diversity, Excellence)
  • Is organised; has the right materials and uses the school Diary effectively
  • Is supportive and helpful to other students

How the points rating works:

5

The student consistently meets or exceeds all of these criteria

4

The student does very well in most of these criteria most of the time

3

The student meets these criteria most of the time

2

The student is not meeting all these criteria and this is detrimental to their learning

1

The student is consistently not meeting these criteria and it’s seriously hurting their education or the education of others