The ‘Courage Club’ was introduced into the Year 6 classes earlier this year, with the aim of rewarding students for showing responsibility and dedication to their learning.
The ‘Courage Club’ was created to promote a positive class and school environment. Students were provided with a ‘passport’ for success, with entries being made by staff when students meet behavioural and attitude criteria.
The students are being rewarded when amongst other things, they work hard to achieve their best; follow instructions; correctly wear their uniform; consistently complete their homework; help others; and exhibit punctuality.
The second intake of students into the club occurred over the past week, with a special lunch provided in honour of the event.
By no means was it an accomplishment every student attained and so the reward was especially meaningful to those who have met the criteria.
According to Year 6 teacher, Mr Will Norris, the Club has been really successful.
‘It is great to see a few new faces who really tried hard to work on certain areas. Kids were really encouraged and those not in the club were inspired to go for it. This time they enjoyed a subway lunch to celebrate their achievements.’
Congratulations to each who have met the requirements! We are proud of your achievements.