Our reward system links closely to our house system. It is important that high quality work, Christian character or showcasing a skill in one or more of the Lapps is recognised by teachers and other staff. To celebrate this, we reward students with house points. Throughout the academy day students can be awarded house points by any member of staff . Through collecting house points, you are able to achieve our Bronze, Silver and Gold award. As a year group, we each individually celebrate our rewards in our weekly ACW’s and termly reward assemblies.
Information about rewards
House points will be recorded on a rewards card that is featured in the student planner. Throughout the Academic year, students work towards achieving their Bronze, Silver and Gold award.
Bronze Award: 100 House Points
- Students will receive a bronze pin badge with year group number and will receive a Hungry Bishop meal voucher.
Silver Award: 175 House Points
- Students will receive a silver pin badge with year group number and will receive a queue jump pass on a lanyard for the remainder of the academic year.
Gold Award: 250 House Points
- Students will receive a gold pin badge with year group number and will receive an invitation to the Governors end of year celebration picnic/BBQ.
Principal’s Award for achievement
This can be awarded at any time in the year for exceptional achievements (both academic and non-academic) eg: Grade 8 Music, Black belt, county or national sporting achievements, exceptional charity work etc.
Student have the opportunity to earn our academy Lapp badges on a daily basis. Each ‘LApp’ badge has a different meaning and link to our Christian values and curriculum. They help to develop students’ learning character and home key skills which are applicable to life outside the academy. Mentor and teachers nominate students to receive Lapp badges in our weekly ACW’s