History of our Proud Pupils
In February 2012 a Pupil Voice Task Force (chaired by the Deputy Head Teacher) was set up to look at ways in which pupils here at Christ Church Academy could work towards a more structured reward system focusing on set criteria across school. The Task Force also explored ways in which the pupils could take a more active role in school by undertaking initiatives on behalf of the pupils to improve the school and the services on offer to our children. In May 2012 the ‘Proud Pupil’ Programme was launched.
How Does It Work?
Working on a transferable system (from Early Years to Year 6), children are issued with a ‘Proud Pupil Passport’ illustrating the 3 key areas against which they will be assessed on a weekly basis.
- Attendance and Punctuality
- Attitude and Behaviour
- Teamwork and Initiative
Incorporated into the three key areas are ‘non-negotiables’ which are annotated in red in the child’s ‘Proud Pupil Passport’:
- To achieve 96% or above for attendance.
- To attend school on time.
- To come to school in their school uniform every day.
- To remember PE and swimming kit (Year 5 and 6) every lesson.
- To keep themselves and others safe when moving around school.
Click here to find out more about how our Proud Pupil Programme works.