I really want to try harder to overcome the difficulties I've had with a terribly behaved bottom set year 8 class. I'll be honest: I never reward good behaviour, because I think that students should behave anyway. I've had discussions with others about this who say that kids who behave should get a reward; my view is that the reward is getting to leave the lesson knowing they've learned and not gotten into trouble... But given the trouble I'm having, I thought I should give it a try. What I don't know is what a suitable reward should be. I thought about sweets, but don't really want to go down that road, as once I stop or find I run out, kids might decide they're not going to behave until they get their reward. Any suggestions?