Target Groups: Passport to Success

Create a passport to the Rugby World Cup 2015. Promote Rugby's core values through a simple report that allows teachers to log positive behaviours when working with certain students/ groups of students in lessons where there is a need for improvement.

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Target Groups: Passport to Success

Delivery idea

Create a passport to the Rugby World Cup 2015. Promote Rugby's core values through a simple report that allows teachers to log positive behaviours when working with certain students/ groups of students in lessons where there is a need for improvement.

How to do it

Use the 'This is Rugby' video to explain the core values. Use these as examples to help students manage their own behaviours. This can be within a group environment or when working independently. Students should be encouraged to take personal responsibility for their actions. Ask students to reflect upon the use of these core values in lessons and in school generally.

  • Students demonstrate and evaluate the core values within their lessons when performing to the best of their ability. In addition, students might be logged for:
  • Perseverance
  • Self-management
  • Working under pressure
  • Consistently good behaviour
  • Setting themselves goals and appropriate challenges
  • Continuous improvement
  • Asking for reassurance or advice
  • Achieving personal bests
  • Taking on group or class responsibilities.

Record positive behaviours on the passport. Reward the completion of parts of the passport. Prizes are there to be won not lost, ensuring there is a proactive approach to improving behaviour standards. Link prizes to Rugby World Cup 2015 merchandise or opportunities where appropriate.

When/ where to use it

The idea could be used at any point in the build-up to Rugby World Cup 2015. For targeted groups or individuals, a pattern of poor behaviours would trigger an introduction to the passport.

Top tips

  • Use as a motivational tool to improve standards.
  • Use as a carrot to reinforce positive behaviours and ethics.
  • Students relate best to real life stories when people overcome the temptation not to succeed or to behave in an inappropriate manner.
  • Involve the school management team to target any areas of concern or school priorities.

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