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Rewards & Motivation

We believe that intrinsic motivation is the best reward.  Intrinsic motivation means that we engage in a behaviour because it is personally rewarding, not for an external reward.  Examples of personally rewarding motivation elements may be:


Whilst intrinsic motivation is important, we also recognise that a reward system has great value.  We know that every child will shine in some way and that these elements deserve to be captured and celebrated.  These rewards come in many forms:


The elements we don’t do as a school are almost as important as those we do undertake.  For example, we don’t: