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Student Rewards

 

 

 

 

 

For further information regarding school rewards please contact Mrs C Hulton, School Development Officer

 

At Sale High School we run a successful House Point reward system which has been developed in consultation with our student council and Junior Leadership Team.

Students are rewarded for outstanding attendance, behaviour, homework, classwork and any other deeds or actions which are deserving of praise.

Students are assigned to one of our 4 houses; Howard, Pankhurst, King & Turing.

Every form belongs to one of the 4 houses. We hold numerous inter-house competitions throughout the year which give students the opportunitity to earn more House Points for their houses. 

Houses

Each house is managed by a House of House and a Director of House.  They lead a house assembly once a week.

Howard

Named after Kirsty Howard, who helped raise millions for Francis House Hospice in Manchester where she recieved care.  Kirsty was an inspiration to many young people.

Pankhurst

Named after Emmeline Pankhurst, who lead the suffragette movement, successfully campaigning to get women within the UK the right to vote, Emmeline was probably one of the most influential women of the 20th Century.

King

Named after Martin Luther King, probably one of the most famous civil rights acitvists within US history, always remembered for his "I Have a Dream" speech.  Martin Luther King's campaign for civil rights is as valid today as it has always been.

Turing

Named after Alan Turing, a mathematician and computer scientist who worked at Bletchley Park helping to crack the Enigma codes during the second world war.  He is widely regarded as the father of artificial intelligence.

 

House Points

Every student has an individual reward card which can be stamped by members of staff. When the card is full, students post the card into the house point letterbox outside student services. House Points are then added to the student achievment log on a daily basis.

Students are rewarded for outstanding attendance, behaviour, homework, classwork and any other good deeds or actions.

Students should look out for the ‘Bonus House Point Focus’ when they can double up on house points depending on the focus for the week such as equipment, uniform, presentation and attitude.

 

 

Rewards

Students can earn rewards regularly, there are weekly individual and half termly awards as well as rewards for the house who has the most points.  

Weekly

    Top achieving boy and girl in each form recieves a small prize in assembly and a certificate is sent home

Every Half Term

    The Top boy and girl from each form over the half term recieves a 'Friday Fun Pass' entitling them to a free lunch or break item every Friday during the following half term
    Own clothes day for all students in the house with the most house points earnt over the half term

Every Term

Trafford Centre vouchers for top 2 students in each house
    Ice cream van visit for all the students in the house with the most house points earnt over the whole term

End of the Year

    House trophy
    End of year reward trip/activity for top 20 students in each house