House Colours

“I feel so proud of myself and I can’t believe I did it.

I am going to try my hardest to get my Silver colours”

Latia Sart Richards

Bronze

 

Silver

 

Gold

Certificate awarded  

Certificate awarded and letter sent home

(to achieve silver, students must have achieved bronze in year 7 or 8)

  Certificate awarded, letter sent home, badge awarded and parents invited to Year 9 and House assembly when colours awarded

End of Year 7, 8 or 9

95% or above attendance

No Exclusions/AEs/detentions

Contribution to CARD days

House Council/JLT involvement

Effort score of 2.6 or higher in all 3 cycles of data

No more than 10 behaviour points

Participation in House events – Sports Day, House Singing, EDofL, Interhouse Drama/Dance, (compulsory to do 3 of these 5) House Community Day, Assemblies, representing the school sport teams, Dance performances (Addiction Dance Show), transition.

 

End of Year 8 or 9

95% or above attendance

No Exclusions/AEs/detentions

Contribution to CARD days

House Council/JLT involvement

Effort score of 2.6 or higher in all 3 cycles of data

No more than 10 behaviour points

Participation in House events – Sports Day, House Singing, EDofL, Interhouse Drama/Dance (compulsory to do 3 of these 5) House Community Day, Assemblies, representing the school sport teams, Dance performances (Addiction Dance Show), transition, debating.

 

95% or above attendance

No Exclusions/AEs/detentions

Contribution to CARD days

House Council/JLT involvement

Effort score of 2.6 or higher in all 3 cycles of data

No more than 10 behaviour points

Participation in House events – Sports Day, House Singing, EDofL, Interhouse Drama/Dance (compulsory to do 3 of these 5) House Community Day, Assemblies, representing the school sport teams, Dance performances (Addiction Dance Show), transition.

 

Hear from our House Colours Representitives:

Avril Permaul

“To achieve my house colours I needed 10 or less comments, over 95% attendance and an overall effort score of 2.6.  Once I had achieved my Bronze House Colours, I felt very proud.”

Luke Pack

“Being a House Council representative is very exciting especially when you get to talk about other people’s opinions and what they like or dislike about the school.”