It’s Day Two of the Year 6 induction and the new students have wowed and impressed teaching and support staff with their mature attitude and willingness to learn.
Keep up the great work Year 6, we look forward to seeing you in September!
Mrs Erroi, Head of Year 7
Science, Maths , History and English – It’d great to see what the Y6 pupils have been up to during their firstScience, Maths , History and English – It’d great to see what the Y6 pupils have been up to during their first induction morning!
Exciting day today. We welcome Year 6 for their Induction day. Good luck everyone!
Wishing all our Year 6 visitors an enjoyable Induction Day today – we’ve been looking forward to this!
We are looking forward to welcoming our new Year 7 students tomorrow for their induction days. Please remember to bring a packed lunch, a bottle of water which can be refilled throughout the day and sun cream for break and lunch. When you arrive at Southam College tomorrow please go straight to the main hall to meet your tutor.
Please arrive by 9:25 for our first assembly at 9:30.
Boddington Primary Academy
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What are HAPs?
Students can gain House Achievement Points in a number of ways including effort in lessons, sport, charity events, reading competition, full attendance, examination results, various department competitions, etc. Students can also gain house points if their uniform is consistently worn correctly. The efforts of individual students and groups of students in each house are recognised in an awards ceremony at the end of the Summer Term.
Students can regularly earn a range of points for their effort in lessons:
Good= 3 points, Very Good = 4 points, Outstanding = 5 points.
A similar scale applies to the quality of class and homework relative to their ability level. Students can earn special points awards for a variety of reasons e.g. Student of the Month (25 points), Commitment to a Club (25 points) or a range of bespoke points awards.
Each term a range of award certificates will be presented
Diamond Award – Top points scorer in the whole school
Platinum Award – Top points scorer in the year group
Gold Award – In the top 5% of points scorers in the year group
Silver Award – In the top 10% of points scorers in the year group
Bronze Award – In the top 25% of points scorers in the year group
Ruby Award – Top points scorer in the Tutor Group
Emerald Award – This is the Improver’s Award and is given to 10% of the year group who have most significantly improved their position but have not gained a bronze award or above. Therefore, this award is only presented in the Spring and Summer Terms.