Effort Stars recognising our JETT values
Effort stars are awarded to children in recognition of the effort and skills they use in the learning they do. An effort star can be given both verbally and drawn in a book and link to one of our JETT learning values.
Children can receive effort stars for resilience in problem solving, reflecting and developing learning, being a good citizen, showing independence or aspiration and for using their co-operation skills. Children collect their effort stars in their planners with coloured stickers, working towards a goal of achieving 120 effort stars over the year.
After every 10 stars pupils will be awarded a Head teachers sticker and their photo is taken to be celebrated in Friday celebration assembly.
40 effort stars are celebrated with a certificate in a year group assembly.
80 effort stars are celebrated with a certificate in whole school assembly
120 effort stars are celebrated with a special certificate in whole school assembly and parents are invited to join the celebration of this achievement.
At Shirley Junior School our pupils show an excellent understanding of responsibility and respect. Children who display excellent citizen ship traits can be awarded citizenship points.
20 points can be collected every year towards a child’s Governors Award which is a challenge set for year 6 pupils to complete.
Pupils earn their citizenship points through taking part in pupil jobs, supporting the school community and through any challenges set by the school such as house competitions