Super 7s – 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 and at the beginning of the following week are rewarded.  They will each receive a postcard home and a ‘Super 7’ wristband which provides them with:

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

Super 7 students for the week ending 6th October are:

Noah Barnes, 7xRSY – For trying so hard in Maths lessons and showing progress.

Joshua Bascombe, 8xKMN – For an awesome life of the Buddha story in PRE.

Georgia Candy, 10xRSS – Exceptional written work in Business Studies, going above and beyond. Excellent start to Year 10 Business.

Dale Collins, 8xSSE – Excellent understanding of how and why a text is structured in a certain way. Dale gave a fantastic definition of why Katniss is introduced.

Katie Hodd, 10xRSS – First to pass the really tough ‘mind the gap’ test, with 63 out of 75. Excellent work Katie!

Jack Hughes, 9xADV – Fantastic participation and work ethic in Spanish.

Locryn Kelly, 7yRRN – Fabulous retelling of the Giants Causeway legend. Had us all hooked in lesson!

Ryan Lander, 10xSSD – Most improved test result from 6 to 32 marks. Well done Ryan!

Reuben Lewis, 8xKMN – Excellent work ethic in PRE.

Charlie Lovell, 8yBSH – Excellent effort/participation in Maths.

Matthew Mitchell, 8xJKT – Awesome enlightenment assessment in PRE.

Harrison Sadd, 8xSSE – For working hard in Maths, and asking as well as answering questions.

Karl Thomson, 7xRLS – Fantastic result in an assessment.  Taking care to read and answer questions carefully and with accuracy.

Sam Ward, 9yMCU – For excellent work in Maths.

Emily Wilkinson, 9yMCU – Scored very highly on post key questions, then, whilst everyone else was finishing off, Emily worked on quadratic expressions that were far harder than the teaching given to the class. Well done!

Victoria Young, 11yJGY – Continual hard work and perseverance in Business Studies.

Fantastic work, well done!

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