Our school is divided into 4 Houses: Vikings, Romans, Egyptians and Greeks. The Houses were chosen following a naming competition. Brothers and sisters are placed in the same House when they join our school. Each week the children's Dojo points are collected to see which House has won. A House Trophy is then presented to the House Captain in Friday's Celebration Assembly, and the House colours changed. House colours are:
Vikings red yellow Dragon logo
Romans purple white Eagle logo
Egyptians blue gold Cat goddess logo
Greeks yellow black Winged horse logo
House Captains 2017-18
Vikings - Kaila
Romans - Harry
Egyptians - Isabella
Greeks - Olivia
Individual points are collected weekly with the class leader for the week recognised in assembly and on Class Dojo. Children achieving multiples of 100 points receive a star badge to wear on their uniform.
Red (100 points)
Orange (200 points)
Yellow (300 points)
Green (400 points)
Violet (500 points)
The Morley Blue badge (600 points)
Our 5-plus stars
The Violet and the Morley Blue stars are given to pupils reaching 500, and 600 team points. Last year these awards were given to:
Violet - Freya, Hattie, Kitija, Hannah, Amelia, Dominic, Ciaran, Ted, Lola, Ni-La, Lily, Isla J, Daisy
Our first violet star for 2017-18 has been won by Molly.
The Morley Blue - Hannah, Hattie, Kitija, Freya, Daisy
Our Morley Blue winners 2016-17
The Marble Jar
The marble jar rewards whole school achievement such as excellent behaviour in class, everyone working really hard, good behaviour on school visits etc. It has to be the whole class or school achieving. Marbles are added each week, and when the jar is full, the children have earned a whole school treat. These have included a circus day, learning French skipping with a specialist coach, a visit from the owl man (complete with a host of owls), ice creams for everyone, an artist for a day, a picnic out of school. Children are asked for their hopes each time we fill the jar, so please let us know if you are aware of something they would like to do.
Attendance is also calculated weekly for each class, and a trophy presented in Friday's celebration Assembly. A chart shows how many times each class has won the trophy each term.
Individual attendance is calculated termly and a letter sent home to parents detailing their child's attendance. Children with 100% attendance have their name displayed on our attendance display, and those with over 95% (bronze), 98% (silver) and 100% (gold) are listed on their class attendance charts.
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This week's attendance award winner is: Class 3
Autumn Term Attendance
Attendance was our highest ever during the Autumn of 2016, and very similar in 2017. Very well done to everyone. 30 pupils (37.5%) had 100% attendance in 2016, and 36 pupils (44%) in 2017, with a further 21 pupils (26.25%) beating our target of 97.5% attendance in 2016 and 13 pupils (17%) in 2017. Class 2 were overall winners for the Autumn term in 2016, and Class 1 in 2017, although it was very close. A huge well done to Year 2 (2017) where almost all pupils had 100% attendance in the Autumn term!
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Final Attendance scores 2016-17
Attendance target 2016-17: 97.5%
Year 1: 97.33%
Year 2: 97.16%
Year 3: 97.09%
Year 4: 97.79%
Year 5: 96.33%
Year 6: 97.56%
Winning Year Group: Year 4
Class 1: 97.02%
Class 2: 96.97%
Class 3: 96.95%
Winning class: Class 1
13 pupils attained 100% attendance over the year, with a further 32 beating our target of 97.5% attendance.
Two of our Year 6 pupils - Freya and Nellie - scored an amazing 100% attendance for every one of their 7 years at primary school. a huge congratulations to them.