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 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 14th September are:

Stephen Berry, 8xLTD – Fantastic answers in positives about online gaming.

Charlie Briggs, 9yAKT – Worked incredibly hard in English.

Bethany Davies, 10xADY – Outstanding ‘target groups’ poster explaining barriers and linking them to specific sporting examples.

Poppy Everton, 9yGPE – Excellent use of vocabulary when describing a dystopian setting.

Jamie George, 11yBMN – Superb piece of homework which had been deeply researched.

Luke Hobbs, 11yBMN – For excellent work in Sport.

Morgan Hughes Wilkes, 8xTDS – For excellent historical knowledge.

Jonathan Jang, 11yBMN – For excellent work in Sport.

Millie Keates, 9yMBZ – Fantastic concentration and focus in Geography. Very well presented work, perservered and created some fantastic work, she should be very proud of herself.

Kaytlin Lloyd, 11yLFR – An excellent piece of writing on the structure of a Susan Hill poem.

Theo Northover, 8yRRN – For excellent work in Maths.

Tamzin Osborne, 9xJGY – For excellent work in Geography.

Lucy Roberts, 11xSSD – For excellent work in Sport.

Lillie Surrey, 8xLTD – Awarded by SHS for an excellent story.

Megan Taylor, 10yDHS – For excellent work in Maths.

Jake Trenwith, 8xAHS – For excellent work in Maths.

Fantastic work, well done!

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