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Rewards


Throughout the school year, the girls have many opportunities to accumulate merits for academic achievements, good behaviour and extra-curricular contributions.  Merits are recorded by teachers in the pupil’s prep diary.  Teachers may also stamp work.  For more on the reward system click here.

The Deputy Head Pastoral gives ambassador awards to pupils who have acted as an ambassador for the school in the wider community, for example helping at open days, participating in charity events, forging links with schools or an act of citizenship.  These are awarded at three levels: bronze, silver and gold.  Nominations may be given to the Deputy Head Pastoral by Heads of Year or by pupils themselves.

The Headmistress gives commendations in assembly to any pupil or member of staff who has made an outstanding contribution to, or achievement, in the name of the school.  Nominations may be given to the Headmistress directly.

Merits

When 25 merits are accumulated, girls receive a certificate, awarded by per personal tutor, who signs and comments in the prep diary and is centrally recorded. When 50 merits are accumulated, a certificate is awarded by the Head of Year, who signs and comments in the prep diary and records it centrally.

When 75 merits are accumulated, the girl receives a certificate in assembly from the Deputy Head who signs and comments in her prep diary. The achievement is recorded centrally and is mentioned by her form tutor in her next written report.

When 100 and also 125 merits are accumulated, a certificate is given by the Headmistress in assembly, who signs and comments in the girl’s prep diary. The achievement is recorded centrally and the Headmistress writes personally to parents.

When 150 merits are accumulated, a certificate in the end of term awards ceremony is given by the Headmistress, who signs and comments in the girl's prep diary. The achievement is recorded centrally and the Headmistress writes personally to parents.

Ambassador Awards

The Deputy Head Pastoral gives ambassador awards to pupils who have acted as an ambassador for the school in the wider community, for example helping at open days, participating in charity events, forging links with schools or an act of citizenship. These are awarded at three levels: bronze, silver and gold. Nominations may be given to the Deputy Head Pastoral by Heads of Year or by pupils themselves.

Commendations

The Headmistress gives commendations in assembly to any pupil or member of staff who has made an outstanding contribution to, or achievement, in the name of the school. Nominations may be given to the Headmistress directly.

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