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Rewards at MVM

Reward are awarded to pupils in the form of House Points.  House points are available to all pupils and given out to pupils for demonstrating our Core Principles of Ready, Respectful and Responsible learning behaviours, alongside the demonstration of aspiring, empowering and achieving.  

House points are awarded to pupils for a variety of things including -

  • Achieving by being ready to learn
  • Exceptional work
  • Being a positive role model
  • Excellent collaboration and teamwork
  • Good citizenship
  • Excellent leadership skills 
  • Kindness
  • Thoughtfulness
  • Supporting others in school 
  • Supporting school events
  • Going 'above and beyond' what is expected
  • Representing the school
  • Classroom star of the week 
  • Being a Marvellous Marston
  • 100% attendance in a term

At various milestones pupils will receive certificates to recognise their house point accumulation.

Coloured certificates and badges:

Year 5 
250 Blue Certificate
500 Blue Badge
750 Green Certificate
1000 Green Badge
Year 6
250 Yellow Certificate
500 Yellow Badge
750 Red Certificate
1000 Red Badge
Year 7  
250 Bronze
500 Bronze Badge
750 Silver Certificate
1000 Silver Badge
Year 8  
250 Gold Certificate
500 Gold Badge
750 Platinum Certificate
1000 Platinum Badge

 Each year pupils are consulted on the rewards they can buy with their house points from the school rewards shop.  The items in the shop can change and pupils are consulted.

Examples of school shop rewards:

  • Pens
  • Pencils
  • Character rubbers
  • Vouchers
  • Hot chocolate with the Headteacher
  • Book marks
  • Sport during a pastoral time (25 minutes)

A very rare and special Golden Ticket is given out to pupils.  The Golden Ticket is then entered into an end of term draw for a voucher.

Golden Ticket example:

Achievement: An incredible piece of written work, outstanding artwork worthy of displaying, a fantastic project, a presentation to other pupils in ICT, etc ...

Empowering: Encouraging or supporting peers to do something amazing, a technical demonstration in PE, cooking, DT, solving a maths problem and explaining this to peers, leading on a Science experiment, a drama or music performance that motivates other pupils.

Inspiration: Pupils being particularly creative in a subject, having a great idea or answering a greater depth question that inspires others, something that others admire or motivates others to do well.