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GOLD Privilege Criteria


Respect
Being a proactive positive role model to others to prevent the negative behaviours of others by supporting our school ethos/community –  Article 3 (best interests of the child)
Always being polite, respectful and understanding of others within the classroom –  Article 12 (respect for the views of the child
Volunteer to support the classroomteacher with an activity to support the learning of others –  Article 41 (respect for higher national standards)
Voluntary lunch/break duty to support keeping the school premises tidy   Article 41 (respect for higher national standards)
Leading by example, cleaning the table after yourself or others in designated eating areas Article 24 (health and health services including clean environment)

Commitment
97%+ attendance and outstanding record of punctuality Article 29 (goals of education)
Exhibit outstanding standards of uniform and equipment  Article 41 (respect for higher national standards)
Outstanding contributions in lessons beyond basic expectations punctuality Article 29 (goals of education)
Consistently complete homework and classwork that exceeds expectation punctuality Article 29 (goals of education) 
Seeking opportunities as a school ambassador (e.g. Open Evening, Options Evening, Whole School Production, Bully Buddies, Rights Rangers,  HAL ambassadors)  – Article 5 (parental guidance and a child’s evolving capacities)
Attend a minimum of one 6 week block of a well-being club –  Article 24 (Health and Health Services)
Attend a minimum of one 6 week block of a skill club –  Article 6 (life, survival and development)
Attend a minimum of one 6 week block of volunteering–  Article 41 (respect for higher national standards)
Attend a further two 6-week blocks of any club orvolunteering Article 31 (Leisure, play and culture)
Knowledge of UNICEF articles and evidence of applying the articles to benefit the school and wider community Article 42 (knowledge of rights)
Contribute to the planning, organization and execution of a UNICEF event –  Article 42 (knowledge of rights)

Achievement
Achieving outstanding test results within 8 or more subject area–   Article 6 (life, survival and development)
Maintain a consistently outstanding Commitment to Learning record within 8 or more subjects areas Article 41 (respect for higher national standards)
Meet or exceed target grades within 8 or more subject area Article 41 (respect for higher national standards)
Acknowledgment of achievement in the wider community  Article 41 (respect for higher national standards)
Representing our school in an external event.Article 15 (Freedom of Association)