De La Salle School’s Behaviour and Rewards Policy provides guidelines for the standards of behaviour that we promote within our Lasallian school and provides an outline of the procedures that have been adopted by the school and its governors. Behaviour standards are displayed in every classroom and around school, and pupils meeting these standards will be rewarded under the star point system.
The Behaviour and Rewards Policy also outlines the procedures followed if students behave in ways that fall short of these expected standards.
The policy attempts to ensure that all behaviour is consistent with the Lasallian values by which we seek to live which is outlined in our school Mission:
And our core values:
Faith Respect Challenge Innovation Compassion
Every week, students from a named year group are recognised for being a Lasallian Star.
Pastoral Support Managers decide who is the most worthy candidate
The 100 Club
The 100 Club has weekly and termly draws to reward pupils with 100% attendance.
In the Easter Challenge, pupils work as form teams to achieve the best attendance, best punctuality, highest Star Points and lowest behaviour points in their year group each week. The winning form class will receive a prize during the last week of term.