I have a Nursery/Reception Class of 20. Within the class there are a number of disruptive children who are spoiling things for everyone else. The usual school sanctions do not seem to phase them at all. We have a large intake joining us in the Summer term so are keen to have our current class working well and, to this end, are considering some form of visual behaviour system. We have looked at other local schools and the most popular seem to be traffic lights or weather symbols - sun for good behaviour, going down through white cloud, unhappy sun and rain cloud - with sanctions of time out within the classroom or missing 'golden time'. Our routine allows the children to choose between the continuous provision areas when they are not working with an adult, which means we don't have a 'golden time' as such, other than on a Friday afternoon when we do 'Plan, Do, Review'. My Head is not keen to build up behaviour sanctions over a week and I agree with him, we think that each day should be a fresh start. Does anyone use something along these lines? I am keen to make it more about positive reinforcement of the good behaviour than constantly being negative about the bad, because I do have most of the children behaving well and becoming increasingly frustrated with those who don't.