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Reward and Praise

Reward and Praise are consistently used within school to reinforce the meeting of targets, positive behaviour and effort made towards achievement, as well as any good work produced.  Students are given the opportunity to exchange points earned for motivational items of their choice.  Others choose to ‘pool’ their points to plan class trips at the end of term or school year as a reward.

Achievements are shared with those with parental responsibilities through regular communication from, and with, class staff.  There is a class report termly and we also regularly celebrate achievement throughout the school day and during daily reward (end of day class time). 

Progress is assessed throughout the year, tracking learners’ achievements against Key Performance Indicators which are the main building blocks of the curriculum.

By supporting pupils to identify and evaluate their own progress and achievements, we enable them to take ownership of their learning and make important choices about their futures.  We do this through ongoing individual target-setting, daily rewards in the end of day class time, termly assessment of achievements and annually, through the review of their own EHCP. 

As our students make their way up the school, we increasingly introduce Preparation for Adulthood topics, as well as providing learners with the commencement of qualification curricula in Year 9, increased opportunity to achieve formal qualifications, timetabled Careers sessions, work experience opportunities and, planned transition sessions to next settings.

Ultimately, our rewards system and positive behaviour management are designed to motivate and engage learners and to make clear the behaviour expectations within school, in order that learners can achieve to their best potential.

ETHOS


The Mulberry School is a specialist provision for students on the autism spectrum, and or, who...

REWARD


Reward and Praise are consistently used within school to reinforce the meeting of targets, positive behaviour...

MISSION


The Mulberry School aims to provide outstanding autism and moderate additional educational needs...

ADDRESS

The Mulberry School
William st
Leicester
Le1 1RW

Tel: 0116 482 6937

Email: enquiries@ibccs.org

OWNERSHIP

The Mulberry School is part of iBC Children’s Services Ltd. Proprietor: iBC Chidlren’s Services

The Mulberry School aims to provide outstanding autism and moderate additional educational needs, specialist education.

Chair: Nizam Bata

MANAGEMENT

The Mulberry school management team is supported by a network which include Quality and Compliance, Admissions and Marketing, Human Resources, Finance and IT.

Oversight of the school management is provided is by the Managing Director, Nizam Bata. In addition, the Group plans to implement a robust governance compliance for Quality and Audits respectively, once registered these will include m edical professionals, parents and suitable members of the public.

Registered Office: The Mulberry School William Street Leicester England LE1 1RW | Registered Number: 13289886