On Monday 27 March 2017 we held our Reward Assembly.
The winners were:
The winning House, earning 2885 positive points, was HUGH HOUSE.
All of Hugh House students were given priority to go to the front of the lunch queue in the canteen on Friday.
The top form in Bernadette House was B-EC with 576 points.
The top form in Francis House was F_HC with 383 points.
The top form in Hugh House was H_KB with 916 points.
Students in the winning form groups were each given a ‘Golden Ticket’ which entitles them to a free meal in the canteen.
Individual students who achieved the most points in their House were:
Jay Foster – 53 points
Jessica Smith – 47 points
Jordan Howsham – 42 points
Amin Rayhan – 32 points
Ariana Bernardo – 29 points
Anya Cartwright – 29 points
Grace Ray – 52 Points
Sonny Lawless – 49 points
Jo Harrington – 45 points
Winning students each received a £15, £10 or £5 gift voucher.
Thaddeus Boyns (Year 7) and Gwire McVey (Year 8) have both read over 3,000,000 words on the Accelerated Reading programme. These students received a ‘Golden Ticket’ for a free meal in the canteen.
The following students were given an Easter Egg for making the most progress on the Accelerated Reading programme:
Jevin James Christy
The following students took part in the Intermediate Maths Challenge:
William Oldham, Zuzanna Walaszczyk, Amber Mitchell, Mia Hopkins, Miki Kosmider, Georgina Mitchell and Regan King, with Szymon Skrzyniark, Emily Wylie and George Brumpton receiving certificates.
The following students were given chocolates for being the top users of the PiXL Maths App:
Dennis Musca (Year 7) – 121 points
Yinka Ogunyemi (Year 8) – 140 points
Matthew Wallhead (Year 9) – 103 points
Wilson Babalola (Year 11) – 152 points
Well done and keep up the excellent work!