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At Wath Academy we believe firmly that students who are consistently meeting or exceeding our expectations should be rewarded for doing so. We have an electronic rewards system as part of ClassCharts which all students and parents/carers have access to through their personal log in.

Within a student’s Classcharts portal, they can see information about the points they have received, who has given the points and what they have been awarded for. This can be seen within the Behaviour section, where students can see the weekly breakdown of points awarded.

Below is an example of a student dashboard:




Students can earn Achievement points in a number of ways. Firstly, for every piece of homework successfully completed they will earn one point. Another way to earn rewards is by demonstrating exceptional commitment to one of the school’s Key Drivers during a lesson, which prompts the teacher to add them to the 'Reward Board';this is again worth one point.

Finally, students are rewarded each half-term with 10 Achievement points for achieving each of the following; 100% attendance, 100% punctuality to lessons and having perfect conduct at school.


Whilst the priority is to accentuate the positive in respect of rewards, it is also important for students to understand the consequences of negative behaviour. This is reflected in the reward system, where points are deducted when a student fails to meet expectations in regard to behaviour and attitude to learning. If a student receives a detention, either for being removed from a lesson due to poor conduct, or for misconduct during break or lunchtime then points will be deducted from their account. In addition, points will be deducted for not completing homework.


At the end of each half-term the Academy will hold a Golden Ticket event to celebrate the achievements of students. These events involve giving students access to exciting activities in a session, usually in the last week of the half-term. Students gain access to the Golden Ticket event by spending 50 of their Achievement points. Only students who have enough points will be able to participate in this reward activity. This gives students an extra incentive to work hard and meet expectations. All tickets must be purchased through the rewards tab on ClassCharts.