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21/09/18

Thank you to for this lovely gift https://t.co/8WTfu4GrMB

21/09/18

Students continue to explore what it is to create an effective revision card during tutor time. Link these to the assessment windows for your year group, to best plan your time! https://t.co/sKwRGq3sv8

21/09/18

Interested in music lessons? Please see Mr Golding for the application letter. https://t.co/ARCLli5DhB

21/09/18

We are hosting a Macmillan Coffee morning on Friday 28th September, 9-11am. Please join us. https://t.co/LFN10wCfxo

20/09/18

Students who have signed up to Camps Cambodia - please note that a meeting is being held between 4-5pm in MFL, on Thursday 4th October. https://t.co/3fVl1zEIV9

20/09/18

Camps Cambodia 2020 launch: 27 September 2018, 6-7pm https://t.co/WyMVeWHJmz

19/09/18

Our girls on the residential trip https://t.co/hSAd1UBYlD

19/09/18

Try our numeracy challenges for this weeks tutor time. https://t.co/GonQ4vyCs3

19/09/18

Countdown this week is to reach 116, using 75 4 100 6 25 9. How close can you get? Send your answers in. https://t.co/QKZQrSEOG6

19/09/18

We are hosting a Macmillan Coffee morning on Friday 28th September, 9-11am. Please join us. https://t.co/gikZTznwah

18/09/18

Or follow your local Youth Council today https://t.co/MkwNsjikuL https://t.co/jgJFOVU0fw

18/09/18

Join and follow the UK Youth Parliament https://t.co/z9shJLIQVC

18/09/18

Have your vote before 10th October 2018, so that your UK Youth Parliament can campaign on your topics, this November. https://t.co/mJ9KxBS5qQ

18/09/18

Follow this link to the voting site and now: https://t.co/f7TTkqSgfW https://t.co/qspfG58fNF

18/09/18

Students are invited to ballot what they would like the UK Youth Parliament to campaign for, on their behalf, for the coming year. https://t.co/1n2qIAuuQX

18/09/18

Retweetd From Tomorrow's Engineers

This is the first photograph taken by a spacecraft to show the whole of the moon and the whole of the Earth together in the same shot. It was taken in 1977. It was taken by by the NASA probe Voyager 1 at a distance of 7.25 million miles from E… https://t.co/FuqtOw2qB2 https://t.co/YhmJ7WvOcA

18/09/18

HGABR are expanding their enrichment offer! Fancy learning martial arts or expanding what you already know? Classes are on Wednesday after school. Calling out to our Y7 students - there is still time to sign up to our Dramabuds group. https://t.co/KLmn7nbDDs

18/09/18

This weeks maths challenge: Jim rolled some dice and was surprised that the sum of the scores on the dice was equal to the product of the scores on the dice. One of the dice showed a score of 2, one showed 3 & one showed 5. The rest showed a score of 1. How many dice did he roll?

18/09/18

Watch this BBC video on ways to manages stress. https://t.co/9EMTU2ntkh

18/09/18

Reflections this week is about stress. Have you ever been stressed? Students will explore the physical and mental symptoms, as well as looking at ways to manage stress. https://t.co/zpasniiiGK

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Celebrating Achievements and Behaviour

In order for students to reach high standards as well as enjoy their education, a calm, purposeful environment is essential. This is the case both inside and outside the classroom. Students will be expected to follow the code of conduct and safety rules which are summarised in the student planners. An Academy ethos of encouragement is central to the promotion of positive learning behaviour and our Academy structure for recognising achievement. Sanctions are used to respond to poor learning behaviour, these are applied consistently, giving students opportunities to de-escalate sanctions at each stage.


Celebrating Achievements

COR Rewards System

The COR (Commitment, Optimism, Resilience) Rewards System runs on a fortnightly cycle throughout the academic year. All staff are issued with a COR card which will be issued to a student for showing one of the three strands both in and out of the classroom. Those students issued with a card will be entered into a fortnightly and termly raffle to win a selection of prizes and reward trips.

Reward Cards

Students are issued with subject rewards cards for showing excellence within their individual subjects. Students will receive a postcard from their teacher containing a unique code where there can be directed to a website to enter competitions and gain further rewards.

Principal Tea

The Principal will host a half termly afternoon tea for selected students across all years of the academy. Students will be nominated by their teachers and  formally invited to the event where their efforts will be recognised over refreshments with the Principal and invited staff members.

Celebration of Achievement Evening

The end of year will culminate in our annual Celebration of Achievement Evening held in July. Students will be nominated across their subjects and will receive a formal invite to attend the evening alongside their families to receive their prize.

 


Sanctions

15 minute Detention (TD)
(No notice required, if missed automatic SAD)

30 minute Detention (SAD)
(Note in student planner 24 hours notice, if missed or x3, automatic CD)

60 minute Detention (CD)
(Letter 24 hours notice if missed or x3, automatic PD)

90 minute Detention (PD)
(Letter 24 hours notice, if missed or x3, automatic Internal exclusion)

Internal Exclusion
(Letter, reintegration with parent/carer)

External Exclusion
(Letter, reintegration with parent/carer)

3 External exclusions
(Refer to Governors’ panel for final warning)

Permanent exclusion
(Single serious incident, e.g. offensive weapon, assault, threatening behaviour, or failure to heed Governors’ final warning)

Student Welfare