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 students were nominated for for working hard, showing respect and kindness, settling into the new academic year and making excellent progress.
From Year 7, Leonardo C has been recognised for always being so friendly and polite, and for supporting an EAL pupil so well.
Siraj K in Year 8 has been nominated for consistency in both behaviour and hard work/effort. Siraj models and provides the perfect example to the rest of the form of what an exemplary student looks like.
In Year 9, Mohammed K has been working hard and continues to be a great asset to his form and year group, and has only received 5 behaviour points so far this term. Well done!
Muna A in Year 10 has settled in really well since arriving at Allerton Grange a couple of weeks ago. Well done Muna and keep it up!
Rahela D from Year 11 has worked so, so hard this term and has also taken a huge leap forward in the risks she's willing to take with her work and the progress she's making is amazing.
In Year 12, Ma'Rufar R has made an excellent start to both Business and Law. He has shown consistent engagement in lessons and contributes with insight.
Shahed C from Year 13 has made an excellent start to Year 13. He has improved by two grades on his Law PPE and is contributing to discussions in both Sociology and Law.
Previous reward winners 2019/20
Previous reward winners 2018/19
Amy Louise B