Here at Shuttleworth College, all of our staff understand the importance of rewards as they show students that we care, that we are continuously looking for them to succeed, and that we want to acknowledge this in many different ways.

We link our rewards directly to the Shuttleworth values both inside and outside of the classroom and they are an integral part of the college’s spiritual, moral, social, and cultural agenda. We take every opportunity to celebrate student successes. This can be within school; with initiatives such as Student of the Week, front-of-queue lunch passes, and form breakfast for the best attendance; or outside of school or with positive phone calls and text messages home. We also hold an annual awards evening each summer term, where students from all years are recognised for their successes and contributions to the school and wider community, as well as end of term assemblies in which we present star badges and headteacher bars for academic excellence and commitment to learning.

Students can earn Reward points in a variety of ways. They aren’t just earned in the classroom, but through extra-curricular loyalty cards, random acts of kindness, or excellent home-learning, to name but a few. Below is the full table of how students can earn Reward points.


Category Points
100% Attendance for a week 30
100% Attendance for a half-term 50
Sustained engagement in learning 10
Excellent work in class 20
Excellent effort 20
Excellent home learning 20
Excellent report 20
Extra-curricular involvement 20
Form reading 10
Good citizen – manners/attitude/respect 10
Lexia 10
Library (reading/returning) 10
Random acts of kindness 20
Representing Shuttleworth College 20
Student of the week 30
Values – Community 10
Values – Perseverance 10
Values – Pride 10
Values – Resilience 10
Values – Reward 10
Year 11 revision sessions 10
Helping at Options Evening/Parents’ Evening 20
Miscellaneous 20


Parents and carers will receive a letter on a termly basis informing them of their child’s total of Reward points and how these have been accumulated so that they can stay involved in their child’s success! Students will also be updated on their progress in form time on Mondays.