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02/03/21

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Going back to school can be difficult for some children. It can help to get into a good routine before term starts. We've got tips on getting into a back-to-school routine and more advice on supporting children with school: https://t.co/U3OdpVq0tC https://t.co/XUL8NtrRq9

10/02/21

What time would it be now? https://t.co/TOiKE2ZxW5

10/02/21

Can you solve our today? https://t.co/jpd2UZjFbO

09/02/21

It is time for Monday afternoon's maths teaser ! https://t.co/fd5fdO5q5f

09/02/21

An interesting Monday morning ! https://t.co/GrrS8moPFJ

05/02/21

Another day means another fun . What position are you in? https://t.co/PrlO46PGTF

05/02/21

Time to end the week with another maths teaser! https://t.co/0gHQD1wUbu

04/02/21

Another interesting for you to solve this afternoon! https://t.co/sLG6r8wyb6

04/02/21

Lets start your Thursday morning off with another maths teaser! https://t.co/V3L9lAEkKj

03/02/21

Can you solve our this afternoon? https://t.co/j9npMDxSoi

03/02/21

How many 9s are there between 1 and 100? https://t.co/ufRpyxHYrJ

02/02/21

We have a little riddle for todays - can you work it out? https://t.co/19Vu6C9dHc

02/02/21

An interesting maths teaser this morning! What is the number? https://t.co/ucG6UnvLzE

01/02/21

Its time for Monday morning maths teaser! Can you work out the answer? https://t.co/V8ze9pA5hh

29/01/21

Lets end the week with another . What am I? https://t.co/OzLUsoUFbF

28/01/21

Another Maths Teaser for you all! Let us know what you think the answer is! https://t.co/6pfysqCqNU

28/01/21

Can you solve our this morning? What direction was Jason pointing? https://t.co/iu14rQ82Ao

27/01/21

An interesting Maths Teaser this afternoon. Can you solve it? https://t.co/83OzATQ7AB

27/01/21

Here is Wednesday's morning ! How many? https://t.co/U0GrLOjtGh

26/01/21

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Rewards and Sanctions

Rewards

At Harris Academy Ockendon, we believe it is important to recognise and celebrate the achievements of all students who behave well and who work hard.  We believe that good behaviour is best promoted and developed in young people by drawing attention to and rewarding exemplary behaviour. 

The academy recognises that praise can be both public and private, and that all students are entitled to be recognised positively and to have the right to taste success.

The academy operates a hierarchical rewards system rewarding and recognising students for their achievements in the following areas: 

  • Academic achievement
  • Behaviour and manners
  • Contribution to the academy
  • Effort
  • Being an academy ambassador
  • High quality classwork and homework

The academy maintains an electronic log of all reward data. Each different type of reward is associated with a number of points which students can collect. The academy has a range of opportunities to celebrate our students’ achievements. These include:

  • Certificates 
  • Postcards 
  • Positive phone calls home 
  • Reward trips and experiences
  • House and achievement points 
  • Shout outs in assembly 
  • Celebration shields/badges. 

Students are also rewarded through subject departments - Bromcom achievement points are awarded for a range of positive behaviours linking to progress, achievement and personal development.  The achievement points correlate to House points, so students not only get rewarded themselves but also benefit the House they are placed in.

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Sanctions

At Harris Academy Ockendon we make it clear that unsatisfactory behaviour will not be ignored or tolerated. We recognise that young people will make mistakes and on occasions may behave unsatisfactorily. 

We believe that appropriate boundaries and positive habits of behaviour can be reinforced through the application of timely and proportionate sanctions. 

Sanctions are not purely punitive but also provide guidance and an opportunity to self-reflect and learn from their mistakes, so they can make positive changes in order for unsatisfactory behaviour to not be repeated. Additionally, students have the opportunities to repair any harm caused. 

Staff may sanction a student if they misbehave, act unsafely, break an academy rule or fail to follow a reasonable instruction.

Relationships are at the heart of our work, therefore the restoration and repair of broken or damaged relationships following an incident of unacceptable behaviour is essential and the academy ensures that time and appropriate weight is given to restoring relationships.

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