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16/02/19

Retweeted From Robert Barclay

Happy half term! Year 11 - don’t forget the half term revision classes. RBA Review out now! https://t.co/TAnvexVWDj

15/02/19

Happy half term! Year 11 - don’t forget the half term revision classes. RBA Review out now! https://t.co/TAnvexVWDj

15/02/19

Retweeted From Mrs Schillaci

Apply now for an amazing opportunity 👇👇👇 https://t.co/MJevgBov0y

15/02/19

Retweeted From MyNewTerm

Science EastofEngland Apply online at: https://t.co/YHgnDaKL7d is a member of the . The school are seeking to appoint an excellent Head of Science to provide professional leadership and management. Visits warmly welcomed and encouraged. https://t.co/iVKT91okGM

14/02/19

Retweeted From RBA Performing Arts

Our fabulous Sixth Form Dancers with the amazing Miss Sheldrake posing for the camera! https://t.co/Ju0aotZVKK

14/02/19

Retweeted From Mrs Schillaci

A-Maz-ing Dance Show tonight...unbelievable talent and drive from the students ...fantastic House Group and Solo Dances! Compèrè was on point too; you little Super🌟! https://t.co/lR0hur1PtC

14/02/19

‘Press Play’ - fantastic display of dance last night from in their annual Dance Show! Well done all. 💃 https://t.co/wgMn4HJ0YA

13/02/19

Retweeted From MrsStockwell

loving the show. Well done dancers 💃 https://t.co/p7R2rXkHP7

13/02/19

Retweeted From BroxYouthCouncil

We're championing by getting outside and moving about for our couch to 5k training. Come and join us tomorrow and every Thursday for the next 8 weeks to move more and feel better. Meet @ Barclay Park at 4pm on the kickabout court https://t.co/omw1BbZ6Hc

13/02/19

Retweeted From Scholars' Education Trust

Vacancy alert: looking to make a big bang? Want to engage students in award winning faculties? We have vacancies https://t.co/TE3OLIGHq6 . Head of Science . Science Teachers https://t.co/ZCV3PJ4hdN

12/02/19

Well done all. Hope your work helps you to ace your field assignment! https://t.co/dhc95VbOS0

12/02/19

Retweeted From Miss H Burlton

Making international friends whilst conducting fieldwork. https://t.co/RQ1cFpZc4J

12/02/19

Retweeted From Rajiv Manek

Year 10 GCSE Geography group B at Windsor Castle https://t.co/f6t5dhYgWH

12/02/19

Retweeted From Ced de la Croix

Pleased to be welcoming our primary feeder schools to ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦⁩ Dance Show https://t.co/v5M7qC8zaI

11/02/19

Hard-hitting theatre production ‘Breaking the Chain’ by for Years 7 & 8 this afternoon. Lots of thought provoking messages about growing up, decisions and dangers. https://t.co/jUJEMHCD3W

11/02/19

Thought of the Week 💭 https://t.co/sbKcuBvTKW

09/02/19

Retweeted From RBA Recruitment

MFL School Direct Opportunity (salaried) 🇫🇷 🇪🇸 Looking to train to teach whilst earning? Want to do this is in an experienced department with excellent support, keen students and good results? Join us. For more info, email: Tom.Johnston.co.uk

09/02/19

Retweeted From Robert Barclay

Headteacher? SLT? Have you signed up to this *FREE* seminar yet? https://t.co/ktItjIOIzA

08/02/19

Retweeted From Scholars' Education Trust

Got that looking back at highlights from the inaugural Trust Music Festival https://t.co/FhBsEAlavw https://t.co/CYsISqUOal

08/02/19

Retweeted From MyNewTerm

Maths EastofEngland Apply online at: https://t.co/YHgnDaKL7d have a fantastic opportunity for a Head of Maths. The successful applicant will be an outstanding practitioner who has the vision, energy and drive to further improve standards of achievement. https://t.co/CcojBefxIP

08/02/19

Thanks to the Year 11s for their approach to the Sixth Form interviews this week. Good luck in the preparations for the Pre-G exams after half term Now is the time to earn your place! https://t.co/tkWhUjP5s3

08/02/19

Can you spare some time to give us your views about Careers at ? Looking for parents for next Friday 15th Feb 10.30am at the school. Please email DHT Tom.Johnston.co.uk if you'd like to share your views! Thanks https://t.co/DwYq68GCRd

07/02/19

Headteacher? SLT? Have you signed up to this *FREE* seminar yet? https://t.co/ktItjIOIzA

07/02/19

Retweeted From RBA Performing Arts

It's the first official class to use our new tech equipment. https://t.co/YIbwcpPyGT

07/02/19

Retweeted From RBA Performing Arts

Preparing for "Press Play" Dance Show next week. This show is seriously good! Insane Dancers! Tickets available on Parentpay or on the door. See you there! https://t.co/0I7edZPl6z

06/02/19

Retweeted From Ced de la Croix

Looking forward to watching the ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ House Dance Competition again this morning in Assembly. https://t.co/erDHCsAY9b

06/02/19

Retweeted From Rav

Get your tickets for this amazing show, next Wednesday -! It’s going to be amazing! https://t.co/Goql3oPyV9

05/02/19

Safer internet day 2019! Click on these interactive activities and quizzes for info, fun and eye-opening revelations: https://t.co/WWuuubvucu

04/02/19

Retweeted From Scholars' Education Trust

Congratulations to all the performers in tonight’s Trust Concert! You were all fabulous and should be very proud of yourselves!

04/02/19

Retweeted From Madeleine

Thank you! What an amazing evening! Talented students, dedicated staff, slick organisation and spirited performances ❤️🎼🎹🎻🎷🎺

04/02/19

Retweeted From Scholars' Education Trust

Final rehearsals are underway for this evening's inaugural Scholars' Education Trust Music Festival. We look forward to welcoming the SET community coming together for this music celebration https://t.co/SFyVelV2fo

04/02/19

Thought of the Week! https://t.co/RItAB9QlMc

04/02/19

Retweeted From Rav

Our CPD Tree comes alive! A huge thank you to our talented technicians, who hand crafted it all! A CPD tree in the staffroom, to make is easy 4 staff 2 check books out on teaching & learning. Alex, your book is on the top shelf 📚👏🏼! https://t.co/T532u4X7N4

03/02/19

Good advice from our former Head Boy https://t.co/r1yok2JE1Z

02/02/19

Retweeted From Scholars' Education Trust

Thanks to our trustees and governors for their fantastic input at today’s Governance Day. Great to share ideas and get to know each other better!

02/02/19

Latest RBA Review: https://t.co/TH6JSVJnVC https://t.co/F8Fj1odjUE

01/02/19

Retweeted From Scholars' Education Trust

Schools across the Trust coming together to stamp out bullying. and students working together in the first Anti-bullying Conference https://t.co/bItVYkxDdH

01/02/19

Retweeted From Scholars' Education Trust

Vacancy alert: looking for a new leadership challenge? are seeking Heads of Faculties for September 2019 https://t.co/KxE8ZT0BUG . Head of Maths . Head of Science https://t.co/Bpemyd7fuM

Rewards and Consequences

RBA has very high expectations of behaviour. All students are expected to aim high, work hard and be polite. Our behaviour policy establishes the way in which all members of the community are expected to behave and contribute positively to the school.

Consequences System (C1, C2 etc)

Our Consequence System is designed to support students in their learning and enjoyment of school. It is also there to support our ethos and values i.e. the way in which we expect students to treat each other and the environment.

Whilst our ethos is to reward students as often as possible there inevitably have to be clear expectations regarding behaviour. The R&C system is based on promoting learning; any type of behaviour that prevents the student or others from learning will be taken very seriously.

Our Consequences System is based on a fair set of rules that will be applied by all staff consistently. The system gives students the chance to behave. If they choose not to, they will be given a verbal warning (C1). Following the first warning, students will be given the choice of regulating their own behaviour, or they will receive anther verbal consequence (C2). If they still do not respond to this, they will receive a further consequence (C3) which will result in an after school detention for 45 minutes.

Rules of the consequence system

  • Staff will always try to build relationships with students and encourage students to choose the correct behaviour.
  • Once a consequence has been given it cannot be taken back except through consultation with the Head of Year or a member of the Leadership Team.
  • Students will be verbally told why they have received a consequence.

Sanctions

The following notes offer a general guide; for details please consult the Rewards and Consequences framework (see link below). Students and parents may like to know that all C3 and above sanctions are recorded on a school database.

Verbal warnings

Students who disrupt the learning of others, talk or move around when they shouldn‘t, or come to class without the necessary equipment, will get a ‘C1‘ or ‘C2‘ consequence, which earns a verbal warning.

Detentions

Students who persist with poor behaviour will earn a ‘C3‘, a forty five minute detention after school. Rudeness to a member of staff, use of inappropriate language, out of bounds and some other behaviours also earn students an `instant’ C3 detention.

Parents will receive an e-mail clarifying the date of the C3. Students will bring home a letter (which they have to sign for) informing parents/carers of a C3 detention, which they will complete, in silence, from 3.00-3.45pm. Misbehaviour or failure to attend a C3 will result in a C4 internal exclusion.

Parents may contact the Head of Year or a member of the Leadership Team if they have any queries about detentions. If a detention needs to be rearranged, for example, due to a medical appointment, please contact the Behaviour Support Co-ordinator.

Removal and Internal exclusion

Two C3s in one day, serious dishonesty, graffiti, vandalism, can result in a C4, meaning removal from class. Students will then be internally excluded, in which case they will be set work in our Silent Learning Centre (SLC), where they will be supervised. Students placed in the Silent Learning Centre will also be required to attend a C3 detention at the end of their internal exclusion.

Students who sit a full day in the SLC may bring a packed lunch or can buy food from the school canteen. Students will not be allowed out of the SLC to communicate with their peers or other members of the school community during the day.

In some cases, the school operates 8-6pm internal exclusion (C6) and also 2-6pm internal exclusion (C6). This is an alternative to excluding the students from the school site. In this situation, students will spend the whole day from 8-6pm or 2-6pm in isolation where they will be supervised by a member of staff.

External Exclusion (C6)

RBA does not exclude students lightly, but fixed-term or permanent exclusion can be applied to students whose behaviour is violent, criminal, or threatening, and to students who repeatedly cross the boundaries of poor behaviour and do not respond to other consequences.

Saturday Morning detentions

The school also operates Saturday morning detentions (9-11am). This is given when students persistently arrive late to school or have truanted school at any time during the day. A Saturday morning detention can also be issued by a senior member of staff for persistent poor behaviour or extreme refusal to follow instructions.

Rewards (R1, R2 etc)

Our rewards take many forms; it is important that effort and achievement of all kinds are treated as noteworthy. Each reward is worth a certain amount of House Points.

A special award celebrated each Friday is the Headteacher‘s commendation (R2) which is presented to any student who has worked exceptionally hard during the previous week. We encourage students to take a real pride in their own achievements and to respect the achievement of others.

House Points

Good work in the classroom will be rewarded with a House Point, which will be added to the students’ planners. As students accumulate these House Points they can exchange them for Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum certificates.

Head of Department Award/RBA Hero Award

Every term, departments and Heads of year will nominate a student from each year group for the Rising Stars board, to recognise that they have consistently worked hard to improve their learning, attendance, punctuality, behaviour or attitude to learning. These students’ names and photos will be displayed on the Rising Stars board within the department.

Celebration and Prize-giving Assemblies

Celebration assemblies for each year group are held every term by the Head of Year, to recognise persistent work, effort and achievement of students. At the end of every year, for years 7-10, the school holds special Celebrating Achievement Assemblies to recognise the work of students across the whole year. Parents are invited to attend these assemblies.

There is also an annual, whole-school Awards Evening, which takes place in December. This is in place to recognise students who have completed consistently outstanding work.

Please find a link to the rewards and consequences system:

 

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