2. The Praise List
Every two weeks students are awarded an effort score of 1 – 4 by their subject teachers, based on their effort and engagement in their live remote lessons. 1=outstanding, 2=good, 3=some areas of concern, 4=not attended or engaged in remote lessons
For Years 7-8, scores are awarded in English, maths and science. For Years 9-11, scores are awarded in all their subjects.
What do we mean by outstanding effort?
Student’s work is completed to the best of their ability (including presentation) enabling them to meet the Gold Standard.
Behaviour is ALWAYS conducive to great learning with no instances of students failing to follow the Perfect Climate whilst in Google Meet live lessons.
Each fortnight we publish our Praise List on our website, Facebook and Twitter news feeds which features those students who have achieved an average effort score of 2 or better for their effort in their live remote lessons.
Students who appear on the Praise List are awarded 20 achievement points and are entered into a raffle for a £10 Amazon voucher (three £10 Amazon vouchers are available for each year group).