How it works…

  • The Good to be Green chart displays every child’s name below a pocket containing a green, amber and red card.
  • Children are encouraged to ‘stay on green’ through the visual aid and through a variety of rewards – this avoids overlooking those children who consistently behave well.
  • In each class, the expected code of conduct (the school and agreed class rules) are displayed next to the ‘Good to be Green’ chart.
  • Children have the chance to start afresh on a ‘green card every day and are expected to maintain that status throughout the day
  • ‘Privilege’ cards are awarded (these are silver) throughout the day for those pupils who display exemplary behaviour and give others a role model to aspire towards
  • If a child chooses not to adhere to the agreed rules they move onto a yellow card – correcting their behaviour means they can move back to green without further consequence – this acts as their warning
  • If a child ignores the warning opportunity, and continues to make bad choices through inappropriate behaviour, they are moved to a red card. They will then need to attend a supervised play session to reflect on their choice with a member of the senior staff.
  • Attendance at supervised play should be recorded in the class behaviour log book.

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We also use Class dojo. Below is a list of what children receive rewards and sanctions for.

Prizes every 25 points



  • Lining up
  • Good answer
  • Working hard
  • Participating
  • Effort
  • Helping others , being kind
  • Good manners
  • Spellings (ks1)
  • Following instructions
  • Achievement
  • Good attitude to learning
  • Teamwork
  • Extra effort
  • Persistence



  • Not following instructions
  • Not following rules
  • Hurting others
  • Answering back
  • No homework
  • Off task
  • Not keeping hands and feet to yourself
  • PE kit not in
  • Poor attitude to learning
  • Not read 4x in a week
  • Shouting out
  • Red card -2
  • Yellow card

Behaviour Policy.pdf

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