Y7 Bronze Pledge Awards
It has been great to see more and more students completing their Bronze pledges.
Lilly-Jo has completed her Life Skills Bronze Pledge. She created a revision resource to help improve her attainment in English, analysed a mistake she made in an afterschool club, as well as completing a virtual tour of the Van Gogh museum and achieving 20 praise points in a single term.
Amy Thompson has now completed her British Values Bronze Pledge, and becomes the third student in Y7 to complete a full Bronze Pledge. Amy used an idea from a classmate to improve her work in history, washed her school uniform, as well as making poppy posters as a Random Act of Kindness and identifying five things she is proud of and sharing them with her tutor group. We look forward to seeing Amy start to tackle the Silver Pledges.
Raphael Bradley-Rashid has also signed off the Life Skills Bronze Pledge. Raphael achieved 20 praise points in a single term, completed a review of a virtual theatre show, as well as analysing a mistake in Science and creating a revision resource to improve his attainment in Science.
Kelsey Reeder has also completed her Bronze Active Citizenship Pledge. Kelsey shared her strengths and weaknesses with her Social Studies group, learnt a new skill of origami, as well as regularly attending climbing club and researching a future career.
Kacie has completed her Bronze Life Skills Pledge. Kacie achieved 20 praise points in a single term, created a revision resource to improve her attainment in Maths, as well as watching a virtual theatre show and analysing a mistake.
Madison is yet another student to complete her Bronze Active Citizenship Pledge. Madison has been regularly attending afterschool football, shared her strengths and weaknesses with her Social Studies class, as well as learning a new skill of making a pizza from a scone base and researching the career requirements to be a teacher.
Aiden has also completed the Bronze Active Citizenship Pledge. He regularly attends afterschool football, has learnt a new skill of playing the guitar, as well as sharing his strengths and weaknesses with his Social Studies class and researching the career requirements to be a Police Officer.
We look forward to seeing who the next student will be in Y7 to achieve a Bronze Pledge.