Hot Chocolate Fridays
Students nominated by their Year Teams have met with Mr Roper in the return of a popular reward incentive, Hot Chocolate Fridays. The Headteacher meets with students personally, in a joint meeting in his office each Friday, to find out more about how they have succeeded in embracing our school values and going the extra mile.
Allerton Grange has a policy for positive discipline which focuses on rewarding good behaviour. It is embedded into school life through stamps in planners, achievement points and reward assemblies.
Well done to the following students:
This week a group of students were nominated for improvements to behaviour, making good choices, being helpful and enthusiastic, and for working hard.
Ashlee from Year 7 was nominated for reporting a potential bullying incident by email, in her own time.
In Year 8, Saleem has made very sensible decisions when dealing with a problem recently and we are very proud to say he is a mature, hardworking young man.
Taha in Year 9 has seen a big improvement in his behaviour, with only three behaviour points in the last five weeks. He has been playing football outside at break and lunch times and has made positive changes.
Year 10 student Paula is an incredibly friendly, hardworking young lady who always stops to say hello. She has recently volunteered to work with a charity in the community for her Duke of Edinburgh.
In Year 11, Talanah has been recognised for being absolutely amazing in Drama.
Hamza in Year 12 is working very hard in both psychology and sociology, he reads around the subject and topic areas and discusses his views with staff.
From Year 13, Daaniyal is working hard in all of his subjects, including extra reading and sharing his ideas. He is a conscientious learner who helps and supports others in the classroom.
Previous reward winners 2019/20
Millie- Rose D
Riya KArun N
Previous reward winners 2018/19
Amy Louise B