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 26th January are:

Jacob Bamber, 7xAHS – Sustained effort in English. Jacob’s focus has improved significantly which has enabled him to make clear progress with his writing. Well done!

Kiera Beeks, 7xRLS – Outstanding effort in a circuit training.

Nicholas Byles, 10yCEN – Continued improvement in attitude and work ethic. Completing all work to a high standard each Maths lesson.

Georgia Candy, 10xRSS – Fantastic understanding of break-even analysis shown, presenting findings to the class!

James Carter-Hobbs, 9yKYD – For excellent work in English.

Holly Gate, 9yKSN – For excellent work in English.

Erin Gwillim, 9yKYD – For excellent work in English.

Cameron Hilton, 7xTDS – Outstanding effort in a circuit training.

Alicia McCormack, 10xSSD – Fantastic work ethic in the lesson, really applying knowledge learned.

Megan Mitchell, 9yDHS – Super 7 for excellent leadership on a recent trip to Carey Outdoor Education Centre.

Finlay Poole, 7xyESN – Super work produced in RE.

Millie Stephens, 7yRRN – Awesome progress working through programming problems, largely independently.  Super pleased with Millie!

Fantastic work, well done!

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