b'Tracking BehaviourEach day, teaching and support staff have the opportunity to award up to seven house points. These can be given for anything during the school day and informal times including extended schools. Students receive the house points in person for instant gratification and have the responsibility for posting them in the house point post box in the school hall. They can also hand in to staff who will ensure this is done. House points are counted weekly and results are shared in Friday assemblies. Our house system works from Friday morning to Thursday night. On top of being able to gain House points, students can also obtain weekly certificates that are worth additional points. One certificate is presented to a student in each pastoral group. We also award a weekly Head Teachers award that contributes further additional points. All students with 100% attendance will gain a certificate at the end of each half-term, termly certificates for outstanding contribution in Maths and English are also awarded for additional points. The house that has the most points at the end of each term is rewarded with a house trip. The trip takes place in the final week of term. We ensure that all students can access the trip, so on occasions,one big trip could be three smaller trips to different destinations. As we encourage good behaviour,we also recognise those that have contributed significantly throughout the term but were not in the winning house. A running league table highlights the top ten students with the most house points. We allow the top five students to access the end of term school trip. Page 24'