Recognising Achievement and Celebrating success at Pinders
At Pinders Primary School, Assemblies, the school website and social media are used to celebrate and recognise young people’s successes and achievements.
Why Recognise Achievements?
Recognising achievement is an integral part of Pinders Primary School. Gaining recognition for a range of achievement and for the skills for learning, skills for life and skills for work that are developed through this achievement, benefits all children and young people. The reasons we recognising learners’ achievements includes:
Our Star's of the week
Each week children from Nursery to Year 6 are chosen by their teacher to be Star of the Week. This can be for many different reasons; good behaviour; an excellent piece of work; understanding something tricky; kindness and lots more. The children are very proud when they get Star of the Week.
We value our dedicated staff and each week, we award 2 members with our Staff star's of the week. They receive a star award and a box of chocolates as recognition for their dedication and efforts to making Pinders Primary School the fantastic place it is.
Our Curriculum stars of the term
As well as our weekly awards, Pinders School also awards extra special termly awards to those pupils who have excelled in a particular subject over the course of a term.
Each Curriculum has a star board, where our termly pupil stars are showcased.
Points are awarded for following are school rules and demonstrating one of our school values. When a pupil earns 100, 200, 300, 400, 500 and 600 points they receive a special certificate.
100 points = Bronze certificate
200 points = Silver certificate
300 points = Gold certificate
400 points = Platinum certificate
500 points = Diamond certificate
600 points = Rainbow certificate
We award weekly certificates for best attending class. We also celebrate 100% attendance termly and annually. Children who meet our target of 100% receive an badge and small reward and this is shared on our social media.