We have a House System

To encourage team participation we have a House system. Every child from Years 1-6 belongs to one of four houses and these promote a sense of identity and community. These four houses are St Andrew, St David, St George and St Patrick. Children are awarded house points when staff acknowledge occasions where they demonstrate aspects of the Guernsey Curriculum Statement (see appendix 1), effort . House points are also to reinforce positive behaviour. These house points are collected in class and contribute to four reward systems.

Elected year 6 house captains and vice captains assist the Deputy Headteacher in the organisation and collation of information and events.

Guernsey Curriculum Statement

Staff nominate children who have achieved aspects of the statement. They identify one of four areas where children have shown particular strength or improvement in their attitude or behaviour. Children receive certificates as a reward. Their names of our achievers are published in our newsletter.

Celebration Assembly

This occurs on a regular basis. The whole school meet together to celebrate the achievements of individual children who receive Guernsey Curriculum Statement certificates or competition prizes. The latest house point totals are read out.

House Competitions

In addition to the regular accumulation of house points, there are also house competitions. These tap into the wide range of talents and interests our children have. Results of these competitions contribute to points awarded for the House Shield. Prizes are awarded for competition winners.