Those pupils with excellent attendance have reaped their first rewards as part of High Hazels Academy’s Club 99+.
The new initiative recognises and rewards excellent attendance, with only those pupils consistently achieving attendance of 99% or higher becoming a member.
On Monday (18th December), Club 99+ members from Key Stage 1 were each awarded a gold tiepin in recognition of their excellent attendance, as well as enjoying a special screening of the film ‘Sing,’ including popcorn and ice cream!
On Wednesday (20th December), it was the turn of Club 99+ members from Key Stage 2, who also received bronze tiepins and watched “Despicable Me 3” again with refreshments included.
Commented Headteacher Mrs Maqsood-Shah:
“Here at High Hazels Academy, we want all of our pupils to maintain the highest levels of attendance, so that they are able to make the most of each and every day with us. Club 99+ is helping us to achieve that by actively recognising and rewarding excellent attendance. A big ‘well done’ to all those pupils who received their gold tie pins – keep up the fantastic attendance and learning!”
99+ Club members benefit from a range of rewards, including prizes, certificates and trips, with a special event planned for club members and their families at the end of the school year. Academy staff also continue to work closely with families in managing any attendance-related issues.