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. The following week the names of the students will be compiled and they will each receive 7 house points. Shortly after this, they will be presented with their Super 7 wristband which provides them with:
- Queue jump for themselves and one friend for all break times and lunch times throughout the week.
- An invite for a Friday hot chocolate with the Headteacher and House Leaders.
Super 7 students for the week ending 10th December are:
Joseph Wilkinson, 7xJLY – Incredible study of Kurt Jackson’s work today using a variety of mark-making methods for PE. Best work of the class!
Molly Abbotts, 8yLWT – Always tries her best at swimming which she doesn’t find easy, super resilient, great teaching today!
Mollie-May Cole, 8yDHS – Always tries her best at swimming which she doesn’t find easy, super resilient, great attitude!
Jamie Hales, 8yMRD – Excellent Tudor assessment.
Ava White, 8yEKY – Excellent Tudor assessment.
Olivia Bowen, 9yMCU – Incredible practical work during Food Tech. Very independent and organised. Sent in photos of completed profiteroles that looked amazing.
Lauren Frampton, 9xLCS – Really intuitive Scientific thinking in Chemistry.
Matthew Maunder, 9yCEN – Excellent knowledge and understanding during History. Pushing himself to contribute positively and suggest ideas about USA in the 1920s. He helped provide nearly all the knowledge for our class model answer. ACE!
Leo Rawstrone, 9xSSD – Outstanding design ideas for a front cover for the book we are reading in English. So creative!
Robyn Wilson, 9xyLFR – Super analytical skills in Chemistry, correcting mistakes in class.
Tom Hayman, 10xAVR – For being a supportive and caring student during English.
Erin Oakley, 10xATT – Fantastic Macbeth essay for English.
Jagoda Pacyna, 10yMBZ – Excellent work during Health & Social Care.