PatMyBack Teachers demo

A teacher discusses using PatMyBack in class

Anthony introduces the stuedent reward system


Have you ever:

  • Done better than you expected on a test?
  • Scored the winning goal for your school team?
  • Produced a piece of homework or coursework that you were really proud of?
  • Surprised your teacher or parent or yourself by doing better than anyone thought you could?

PatMyBack means that when you do something well at school, you'll know about it. So will your other teachers and so will your parents. Because a job well done is worth rewarding.

By working hard, always trying your best and behaving well at school, you can earn yourself all kinds of Rewards. From the latest gadgets and games, to school trips and weekend activities, or bonus time with your friends, watching lunchtime DVDs at school or getting out of the chores at home, you can save up PatPoints and earn yourself some great Rewards.

Through PatMyBack online, you can log on to:

  • see PatPoints awarded for things you've done well
  • read your teachers' comments
  • view Rewards available from your school
  • view Rewards pledged by your parents
  • add Rewards to your wish list
  • see how you're doing in the weekly, monthly and yearly league table (if schools choose to use league tables)
  • check the PatPoint targets set for different Rewards
  • apply for Rewards

What students using PatMyBack are saying

'What I like PatMyBack is you get rewarded for good behaviour and things like that. Instead of a teacher just saying good job they can give you PatPoints. It's working really well as you can see everyones getting a lot of PatPoints and it's really encouraging and making everyone behave well.'

Sam, Year 10, KTC

Find out more about PatMyBack users


"Students respond really well to PatMyBack. You can feel them working harder and they really want to earn PatPoints and really appreciate recognition for work done well. I like the fact it's so easy to use and you can write comments and let students know exactly what you've giving them PatPoints for."

Ms Allen