Super 7’s – Well Done!

As part of our behaviour policy, every lesson each student is given a score.  Students receiving a 7 have exceeded expectations for the lesson. The following week the names of the students will be compiled and they will each receive a postcard home. Shortly after this, they will be presented with their Super 7 wristband which provides them with:

  1. Queue jump for themselves and one friend for all break times and lunch times throughout the week
  2. Use of the ‘Super 7 Lounge’.  This is available Thursday and Friday lunchtimes with biscuits, squash and DVDs.  They will be able to take along a friend each day.

Super 7 students for the week ending 1st February are:

Sam Ward, 10yHPS – A very impressive first CO1 written portfolio.

Ibrahim Ali, 11xSSD – Outstanding contribution to the lesson, during a difficult concept during Science.

Brandon Greechan, 7yJBT – Fantastic singing during Music.

Arthur Turnock, 7yJBT – Arthur puts great effort into his Maths work, both in and out of lessons, completeing more than three times the amount of TTrockstars this week!

Baylen Tasker, 8xTDS – Excellent work during Maths.

Cohen Lee, 8xyESN – Cohen worked hard throughout the lesson and helped others once he had completed his work during Geography. He was determined to be a good role model in class.

Georgia Chambers-Bellis, 8yLSH – Excellent work outside of Maths lessons!

Megan Welsh, 8ySWE – Megan always works above and beyond in class, taking the time to help others during Geography. Megan also continues to produce extra work on and around the subject outside of class time. Well done Megan!

Isabelle Goldsack, 9xJGY – Outstanding role play on illnesses performed to the class for Spanish!

Isabelle Goldsack, 9xJGY – Outstanding role play on illnesses performed to the class for Spanish!

Fred Mabey, 9xJGY – Outstanding role play on illnesses performed to the class for Spanish!

Grace Walker, 9yGPE – A beautifully presented piece of work, showing great effort and research during RCS.

Fantastic work, well done!

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