GOING FOR GOLD is a positive reward for children that is not solely based on academic work and attendance but concentrates on 3 qualities:
Children can be awarded a 'Going for Gold slip' and automatically awarded 3 house points. When a child receives 3 slips a special certificate will be sent home and they will be award a gold star. when a child receives 6 slips, they will receive a gold pen, another gold star and they will appear on our website, newsletter and their parents will be invited to attend the celebration assembly.
Daria - for supporting the office with language barriers, translating with good grace and humour and helping the office with Admissions forms for new pupil. Thank you very much Daria!
Kayden - for supporting the office with selling poppies, snap bands, wrist bands etc, with very good manners towards pupils and members of staff. Well done Kayden!
Ishan - for helping a new pupil settle in
Ruby - for being a great friend to a new student and helping her settle in
Euan - for giving up his free time to help a friend complete his work
Klaudia - for welcoming a new pupil and helping her settle in
Zoya - for welcoming a new pupil and helping her settle in
Melody - for an outstanding improvement in her Maths work, with a superb boost in her confidence to share her methods - particularly with expanded column method in multiplication!
Valentina, Sofija, Isobel, Florence and Januja - for helping to settle a new child
Messiah - for helping a friend in need, showing kindness, patience and understanding during a lesson
Yanis - spending his time to calm a friend and then helping him to move his learning on
Sofija - for independently completing her English work at home
Annabelle - noticing when a classmate was upset and finding a task difficult and helping them to complete the task
Cruz - for being so helpful and kind in breakfast Club and helping Mrs Holland with a lovely smile
Robert - for always handing in well presented, well thought out homework, the quality of his homework reflects the hard work he has done as well as how important learning is to him