Pupil Conduct-Trackit Lights
Trackit-Lights: A Whole-School Approach to Behaviour
We believe in fostering a positive and supportive learning environment where all pupils can thrive. To achieve this, we have implemented a whole-school behaviour management system called Trackit-Lights. This system is consistently applied across all areas of the curriculum and is linked to our three Diamond Rules, which are:
- Show respect and good manners. This means behaving in a way that demonstrates that you recognise an individual's worth and value it, while being polite and helpful.
- Care for everyone and everything. This means treating all living things with kindness and compassion, while also being responsible for our own actions, taking care of our belongings, the school environment and the planet.
- Follow instructions with thought and care. This means listening carefully to instructions, following them thoughtfully, and asking for help if we need it.
Trackit-Lights is a four-tiered system that utilises colours to represent different levels of behaviour: red, green, orange, and yellow. All pupils can earn green points for demonstrating positive behaviour. The green points can be accumulated to earn certificates and other special rewards. These points are collected across the duration of the academic year.
Certificates & Rewards
70 points: Bronze Certificate
140 points: Silver Certificate
210 points: Gold Certificate
300 Points: Platinum Certificate
420 points: Diamond Certificate & Ice cream voucher to use at lunchtime
550 points: Rainbow Certificate & prize from the phase leader box of goodies!
650 points: Goat Appreciation Certificate and greater access to see and take care of Poppy, Jude and Lionel for a week.
800 points: Deputy Headteacher Award: Certificate signed by the Key Stage Deputy Headteacher and a special metal badge.
1000 points: Nelson Trackit Light Superstar-Certificate and £10 Book Voucher
1500 points: Headteacher Award: Certificate signed by Miss Forrest and a chat over a hot chocolate!
3000 points: Nelson Trackit Light Supernova-Certificate and a special treat organised in the summer term with all the other Supernova children !
Unacceptable behaviour that violates our school's Nelson Diamond Rules will result in a verbal warning as a first step. If the behaviour persists or becomes more serious, a yellow warning will be issued, which will involve a partial loss of break time. Continued misbehaviour will lead to a red warning on Trackit-Lights, resulting in a loss of 10 minutes at break time and the requirement to remain in the classroom under adult supervision. Children lose behaviour points because of consequences.
In cases of persistent poor conduct, pupils may be asked to complete a reflection form in a designated timeout area. If a pupil continues to make poor choices, they may be referred to a member of the Senior Leadership Team for the rest of a morning or afternoon session. Parents will be informed of such referrals, and a letter will be sent home outlining the reasons for the pupil's removal from class.
In addition to these measures, children will also receive orange points for not being ready for learning. This includes not having their PE kit, wearing the wrong uniform or PE kit, not having homework, or not bringing their reading book to school on the correct day. These orange behaviours incur a small deduction in points.
Children enjoy earning points towards the different tiers of rewards, and these rewards are announced in our weekly merit assemblies. This is a great way to celebrate positive behaviour and motivate pupils to continue making good choices.
We believe that Trackit-Lights is an effective and fair system that promotes positive behaviour and helps our pupils reach their full potential. Feedback from our pupils show that they really love it !
Please also refer to our Behaviour Policy