That hasn't been the case. They have meaningful rewards that suit their particular problems. When you have children who attack both other children and staff (their mildest behaviour) it can very difficult to allow them to have the same rewards as others. Ok, so they don't get golden time, but they get more achievable rewards. What would you do in a situation where the child has been very well behaved all week, made massive improvements and then on the last day kicks a chair across a room in a rage? Would you still let them go out? Or even worse....the ones that earn their golden time then go straight out and punch another child!