The classes each have a marble jar, and if the children collectively fill the jar they receive ‘golden time’ on a Friday afternoon. This is constructive play and a choice of activities. As with the points system, the children have to earn the marbles all week through good behaviour and achievement to gain the reward at the end. It may be unrealistic to expect a child to maintain certain behaviour in order to be rewarded in five days time. Some children may find it difficult to have such perspective and lose motivation. Perhaps a more effective reward system would have the child receiving an incentive the same day; however this could result in a lack of autonomy if tasks become reward focused. If children are solely focused on completing a task to gain a reward, they may take the easiest route to success and gain nothing in the process.Children learn in different ways, which means a variety of teaching styles is essential if the school is to embed the ethos of every child fulfilling their potential. Most individuals, although possibly have a preference to one, benefit from a mixture of auditory, visual and kinaesthetic approaches to learning. School X ensures classrooms are visually stimulating with the use of displays of work, posters and working walls. Working walls also benefit kinaesthetic learners as they are ‘active’. Displays of work not only provide reinforcement, but celebrate achievement too.