Pupil Incentive Programmes

This scholastic year, two pupil incentive programmes have been well supported within our CHS community whereby teamwork and collaboration were of essence across the Level 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 classes.

The ‘Helping Hands Points Reward’ focused on a point system whereby the children were given class points for supporting the school rules, being responsible and respectful towards oneself and others as well as sharing and caring for the school community.

The ‘Button-a-Book’ incentive in Level 3, 4, and 5 focused on challenging pupils to take more of an interest in reading. Pupils kept a reading log of all the books they read throughout the year. For every book read, pupils were rewarded buttons for their class. These initiatives have given the children the opportunity to value the relevance and importance of reading and respect within the school community.

As a reward for supporting these initiatives, the classes who achieved the most buttons and points were treated to a special outing to a hands-on pottery activity.

A big well done to all! Collaboration, teamwork, commitment and respect are values that are integral within our CHS community.