Mayfield Primary School

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Learn from yesterday. Live for today. Hope for tomorrow.

                          House Points                        (promoting outstanding behaviour, positive attitudes to learning, democracy and financial management)

HOUSE TEAM NAMES

Kingston Reds

Vulcan Yellows

Granite Greens

Waverley Blues

Mayfield Primary School is a school based at the heart of its community and this drives the work we do. Our community really matters to us and it became increasingly more important that our House Team names reflected this. After days (and days.....and days!) of deliberation, we decided to use street names within our community to inspire our brand new, exciting House Team names. We have something personal to Mayfield, and as a school we should be incredibly proud of this.

The winning House Team each week is awarded 100 points and the special 'Mayfield Cup', donated to school by Jackie Stanton (a retired member of the Governing Body). The team in second place receives 75 points, with third place: 50 points and fourth place: 25 points. 

Termly Winners

 
Half Term 1
Half Term 2
Half Term 3
Total
Waverley Blues
 £25 £25  £75  £125
Granite Greens
 £75  £67.50  £50  £192.50
Vulcan Yellows
 £50  £100 £25  £175
Kingston Reds
 £100  £67.50  £100  267.50

 

 

Meet our Ambassadors for the Autumn term

Weekly Results

23rd February 2018 - 1st - Red      2nd - Blue       3rd - Yellow        4th - Green

2nd March 2018 - Not done due to snow

9th March 2018 -   1st - Yellow       2nd - Red      3rd - Blue     4th - Green    

16th March 2018 - 1st - Green       2nd - Red      3rd - Blue      4th  - Yellow        

23rd March 2018 - 1st - Yellow       2nd - Blue     3rd - Green  4th - Red           

20th April 2018 - 1st - Green       2nd  - Yellow        3rd - Red      4th - Blue      

27th April 2018 - 1st - Red      2nd - Blue       3rd - Yellow        4th - Green

4th May 2018 - 1st - Red      2nd - Green       3rd - Yellow     4th - Blue  

11th May 2018 - 1st - Red      2nd - Blue       3rd - Yellow       4th Green  

18th May 2018 - 1st - Blue   2nd - Red       3rd - Green          4th  - Yellow   

25th May 2018 - 1st - Red      2nd  - Yellow       3rd - Green     4th - Blue   

8th June 2018  - 1st - Red      2nd - Yellow    3rd - Green       4th - Blue  

15th June 2018 - 1st - Red      2nd - Yellow    3rd - Blue       4th - Green

22nd June 2018 - 1st - Green     2nd - Blue       3rd - Red      4th  - Yellow 

29th June 2018 - 1st - Red      2nd - Yellow    3rd - Blue       4th - Green

6th July 2018 - 1st - Red      2nd - Green   3rd - Blue    4th  - Yellow 

13th July 2018 -   1st - Yellow       2nd - Red      3rd - Blue     4th - Green    

House Teams are trying exceptionally hard with their behaviour, effort and attitude. We are so proud of their achievements. Results are so close this half-term. Don't forget to check out our points board in school for more information. Good luck in the last few days everybody!

Mayfield Primary School recently launched its House Team system from Nursery to Year Six, in order to support exceptional behaviour, effort and attitude to learning. All children are encouraged to earn House Team Points for their team, by demonstrating those skills that are important to our school, eg: hard work, determination, perseverance, team-work, kindness, respect and positivity. Our aim is to promote excellence, together.

REWARDS

(PROMOTING FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND DEMOCRACY)

At the end of the half-term,  house team points are turned into a financial value. (1st place: £100, 2nd place: £75, 3rd place: £50 and 4th place: £25). Our aim to reward positive behaviour, but also promote financial skills, where children are encouraged to deal with money. 

Each house is asked to decide what they would like to do with their money. Do they spend it? Do they save it? How much have they earned? Does it make more sense to build money up over a few half-terms or does it make sense to spend it now? Is it best to spend some of the money and save some?

This raises the question of 'Who decides when and how to spend the money?' How do we decide? Do we vote? Do we listen to the views of all the house members? These questions then lead into Democracy and issues around fairness, openness and transparency.

 Meet our Ambassadors for the Spring term