How will the points be worked out ? Keep your GIR in lesson = win 5 points Receive a C1 = lose 5 points Receive a C2 = lose 10 points Receive a C3 = lose 15 points Receive a C4 = lose 20 points Fail to attend a detention = lose 10 points
Attendance is the key to being successful. You cannot earn points if you are absent from school.
Years 7-10 Students in Years 7-10 must earn 3,500 points across the year to earn a place on the GIR Winners Trip. However, students will not be allowed to go on the trip under the following circumstances even if they earn more than 3,500 points: If you receive more than 3 C4s during the year If your attendance is below 85% at the end of the year If you are late to school more than 25 times during the year Year 11 Students in Year 11 must earn 3,000 points between terms 1A – 3A to earn a place on the GIR Winners Trip. The trip will take place in the summer term at the end of the exam period. However, if students fail to meet the expectations outlined above they will lose their place on the trip even if they earn more than 3,000 points.
Getting It Right Awards Students will be awarded certificates to reflect the GIR achievements. The certificates will be tiered to acknowledge the levels of achievement and engagement in lessons: Years 7-10 GIR GOLD certificate = student earns 4,000 points GIR SILVER certificate = student earns 3,750 points GIR BRONZE certificate = student earns 3,500 points GIR Level 2 certificate = student earns 2,300 points GIR Level 1 certificate = student earns 1,100 points Year 11 GIR GOLD certificate = student earns 3,500 points GIR SILVER certificate = student earns 3,250 points GIR BRONZE certificate = student earns 3,000 points GIR Level 2 certificate = student earns 2,000 points GIR Level 1 certificate = student earns 1,000 points
THE GOLDEN TICKET SCHEME Each half-term every teacher will be given 5 golden tickets to issue to every year group. A ‘Golden Ticket’ can only be awarded if a student produces an exceptional piece of work or acts in a way that goes beyond expectations. It is not just to reward students for doing what is expected – it a reward for those students who go beyond what is expected of them. When a student receives a ‘Golden Ticket’ it is their responsibility to hand the ticket in to student reception. At the end of each term there will be a prize draw for each year group. The student with the winning ticket will win a special individual prize.
The Golden Ticket Scheme Any student who earns a ‘Golden Ticket’ will automatically win 250 bonus points for the ‘Incentive Scheme’. If a student earns five ‘Golden Tickets’ during the year they will earn an additional 500 bonus points and win a special individual prize at the end of the year.
THE INCENTIVE SCHEME TUTOR GROUP ATTENDANCE Your tutor group will earn points each week based on their attendance figures: 100% Attendance = win 50 points 99-97% Attendance = win 30 points 96-95% = win 20 points 94% = win 10 points INDIVIDUAL ATTENDANCE You can earn 50 bonus points for your tutor group each half- term if your attendance is 100% INDIVIDUAL PUNCTUALITY You can earn 25 bonus points for your tutor group if you arrive to school on time every day during a half-term. ‘GETTING IT RIGHT’ You can earn bonus points for your tutor group based on your GIR points: GIR Gold Certificate = win 200 bonus points GIR Silver Certificate = 150 bonus points GIR Bronze Certificate = 100 bonus points GIR Level 2 Certificate = 75 bonus points GIR Level 1 certificate = 50 bonus points
THE INCENTIVE SCHEME MERITS You can earn extra bonus points for your tutor group based on the following number of merits: 25 merits (BRONZE) = 10 points 50 merits (SILVER) = 20 points 100 merits (GOLD) = 30 points 150 merits (PLATINUM) = 50 points 250 merits (DIAMOND) = 100 points 350 merits (EMERALD) = 200 points Hillcrest Superstar You can earn 500 bonus points for your tutor group if you become a Hillcrest Superstar. By the end of the year students will: · Achieve GIR Gold Certificate · Achieve at least GOLD for merits · Receive 6 Community Certificates The Golden Tickets You can earn 250 bonus points for each ‘Golden Ticket’ you win. You can earn 500 additional bonus points if you win five ‘Golden Tickets’. Incentive = winning tutor group wins a full day off timetable at the end of the year to organise activities of their own choice!!
Positive Start GIR in operation Classroom management techniques No issues – student earns 5 GIR points Issue Organisational Behavioural EquipmentPunctuality C1 (-5 points) C2 (-10 points) C3* (-15 points) C4* (-20 points) Only for: Verbal abuse / bullying of staff / students Refusal to handover a phone / jewellery Abusive message sent via phone / internet Altering the consequences written on the board *Data to be published to Learning Managers Email C4 Progresso entry 3 instances in the course of a term – C3 to be issued ** Do not count within the lesson accumulation 3 homework deadlines missed in a term – C3 issued to attend ‘Homework Support Club’ WARNING
ZONES OF ENGAGEMENT GREEN ZONE:I am on target to keep my GIR point. My behaviour, effort and engagement is the best it can possibly be. I am working hard and I am focused on my learning. If I maintain this level of engagement I will make or exceed my level of expected progress PURPLE ZONE: I have received a C1 because I have not brought my homework / equipment or I have arrived late. I must now show my teacher I am ready to learn. BLUE ZONE : I have received a warning from my teacher and I am in danger of losing my GIR point. I am not as focused on my learning as I should be and need to focus more on my learning to avoid getting a C1 Purple Zone: I have received a C1 and lost 5 GIR points I am not engaging in my learning despite receiving a warning. I am not giving 100% effort and, as a result, there is a chance I will not make my expected progress. I must learn from this mistake and concentrate more to avoid further consequences. Blue Zone warning AMBER ZONE : I have ignored warnings and received a C2 (lost 10 GIR points) I have continued to not co-operate with the expectations of my teacher and have not focused on my learning despite being asked to by my teacher. I am in danger of not making my expected progress in the lesson due to my lack of focus. RED ZONE: I have received a C3, lost 15 GIR points and will serve a 30 minute detention. I am continuing not to engage in my learning and, as a result, I am not making my expected progress and my behaviour is affecting the progress of others. It is essential I engage more in the lesson otherwise I will miss out on more learning if I am sent to room 35 for receiving a C4 I have received a C4, lost 20 GIR points and will serve a 60 minute detention because learning has not been my main priority. I will not make my expected progress this lesson