Bloomsbury International School Hatyai has a reward system which is based on Houses. The school has a four house structure based on the colours Blue (Einstein), Red (Turner), Yellow (Nightingale) and Green (Newton). Every student is placed in a house when they enrol in the school and will remain in the same house throughout their time in school. Siblings are assigned to the same house.
Students collect house points which contribute to an overall score for their house within a house points system. At the end of each school year a trophy will be awarded for the house with the greatest number of points gained throughout the year. Students also accumulate house points for merit certificates:
|25 House Points||Bronze certificate|
|50 House Points||Silver certificate|
|75 House Points||Gold certificate|
|100 House Points||Principal’s certificate|
House points are generally awarded for good behaviour, academic achievement, sporting achievement, supporting others, intervening to stop bad behavior, extra -curricular achievement, meeting personal targets or other special achievements noticed by the class teacher. Teachers will also plan smaller celebrations of achievement throughout the year.
All members of school teaching staff may award house points. In the Primary School, points are awarded in the form of stars with one star being the equivalent of one house point. A chart in each classroom will be used to keep a visual tally of the points.
Each Friday, the house points awarded to each student are collated by the class teacher who will maintain a cumulative record of students’ achievements. House point totals will be announced in a weekly assembly on Monday mornings.