Recognising and Celebrating Positive Behaviour
At Kings International College we expect our students to strive to achieve their best at all times. In order to recognise these successes, students will receive REWARDS using a points system on SIMs. The categories for positive recognition are as follows:
Weekly: Each week a ‘student of the week’ will receive a postcard for the highest number of positive points in a week from their tutor. This recognises the student has gone above and beyond and can be taken home to be shared with parents/carers. This is logged on SIMs.
Half Termly: Each half term, the head of house and the heads of subject will allocate a ‘star student’ based on the students who have received the highest positive points based on one of the categories in their subject area/ house from each year group. They will receive a certificate. This is logged on SIMs.
Termly: There will also be a further reward celebration for the star students and the students of the week which will occur at the end of each term. Each term a house assembly will be held where there will be merits awarded for the students who have received the set benchmark of points:
These students will receive a badge, certificate and a prize for their efforts.
Yearly: Each year the College holds a Celebration of Achievement ceremony to recognise the good work from the students from across the College. With growing numbers, a KS3 and a KS4 ceremony will be held once a year with department nominations for students who have been successful across the curriculum or received a nomination for bespoke awards for representing the community.
There will also be special recognition from the Headteacher for students who have received points from across each of the REWARD categories across the year.