Developing Rewards Systems for Y9, 10 and 11
We want to develop Romsey School’s reward systems so that ALL students feel real pride in their efforts and that ALL students understand that school colleagues really value their contributions. It would be really helpful if you can complete this survey so that we can establish 'the starting point'.
Many thanks. Mrs Eagle
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1) Do you feel proud of your academic (in class) achievements at The Romsey School? *
I don't feel proud of my efforts at school at all
I feel very proud of my efforts at school
2) Do you feel like the school staff value your work and efforts in class and homework? *
I feel like the school staff don't value my efforts
I think the school staff value my efforts a lot
3) To what extent do our current reward systems make you feel proud of your academic achievements? Please tick as below: *
This doesn't help me to feel proud of my efforts at all
This doesn't really help me to feel proud of my efforts
This helps me to feel proud of my efforts
This really helps me to feel proud of my efforts
Stamper/Letter system
Credits
The prize of queue jump passes given for certain number of credits
The prize of 'Executive Headteacher treat' given for a certain number of credits
Achievement Assemblies Star Learners/Achievers for each subject
Achievement Assemblies 'Attendance Awards'
Achievement Assemblies 'Star of the Term'
Subject Badges for excellent effort/achievements
Active Citizen award
Informal praise from a teacher (for example, when a teacher says 'well done')
Praise phone calls home from teachers
Praise postcards from subject teachers
Written feedback from a teacher when you get your work marked
4) Can you think of any suggestions to improve any of the current reward systems at The Romsey School (as described in Question 3)?
5) Can we reward more sustainably? *
I wouldn't like this at all
I don't really mind
I think this is a great idea
How would you feel if you had just one certificate each Achievement Assembly. with all of your achievements on that one certificate?
How would you feel if you had electronic postcards rather than papercopies? These would be emailed home to your parents to celebrate your success
6) Which of these proposed ideas may be the most effective as a new rewards system for Y9, 10 and 11? *
Not a good idea
Alright
Really good idea
Retiring the credit system for Y9, 10 and 11 and bringing in something else (see below)
Instead of credits, use 'praise postcard' system for Y9, 10 and 11. These may be sent home electronically
Instead of credits, we could give Y9, 10 and 11 a 'token' which they can put into a box for their house (like the Waitrose system). The house who wins each term would have a prize such as a non-school uniform day.
Using the current credit system OR a new praise postcard system, students with the highest number of credits or postcards each term could be entered into a raffle for prizes (provided by local businesses)
Using the current credit system OR a new praise postcard system, students with the highest number of credits or postcards each term would be allowed into Romsey for a week (with staff supervision)
Using the current credit system OR a new praise postcard system, students with the highest number of credits or postcards each term could be given the opportunity to attend a trip
Give Braid earlier (starting at May Half term for Y9)
Have specific coloured ties for students who are working hard. One colour for a certain number of credits or praise postcards, one colour for sports teams, one for leadership, one for prefects andone for a very special level of achievement/conduct
Start with 100 credits (so all students have a positive 'net' score)
Have a prize, but that we donate to a charity chosen by the students who earn credits etc. instead of you being given a privilege/treat yourself
7) Any further comments/suggestions which might help to improve our Reward Systems
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