Rewards

How we reward pupils.

Pupils are rewarded both formally and informally throughout the year at St Leonard’s. The main system that pupils use for rewards is the ClassCharts Rewards Store.  

We strongly recommend that all pupils download and access the ClassCharts Students app, available on the Apple App Store and on Google Play. One aspect of this app is the Rewards Store, which is where you can spend the positive points you earn from teachers for displaying positive behaviours.  

Rewards of offer in the Rewards Store include: 

  • A charitable donation to CAFOD 
  • A skip the lunch queue with a friend pass 
  • Stationary 
  • Drinks, such as 7up and Coca Cola 
  • Sweet treats, such as Crunchies and Haribo 
  • Book lights and book marks 
  • Gift vouchers, such as Amazon, National Book Tokens, Xbox and PlayStation Store 
  • Trading cards, such as Pokémon and Magic the Gathering  

Pupils should, however, be aware that any negative points they receive are deducted from their spendable points. 

The school also rewards pupils in more formal ways, for example for having 100% attendance and through half-termly celebration assemblies.  

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Updated | 17th January, 2024 |

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