Rewarding achievement

This banner hangs in our entrance hall and was made by the children in school, representing our Mission Statement. Every child knows that all their efforts matter, whether it is in written work, sport, music or other creative areas.

This display stands in our entrance hall and celebrates the efforts, achievements and successes of all the pupils. Each week awards are given at Key Stage One and Key Stage Two, which acknowledge effort that may have been carried in class work or in other ways. Awards are also given for sporting achievements and sustained effort over half a term.

Children are also encouraged to celebrate other achievements, including those outside school and they often bring certificates or trophies into assemblies. Other awards celebrate sporting efforts, concern for the school environment and care for others.

We are also running a very successful Reading Award scheme, organised by Chris Lightfoot, one of our governors, who is passionate about reading.  He organised sponsorship for the scheme and children are awarded Bronze, Silver and Gold certificates, as well as a book token when they achieve Gold. Children have really responded well and Chris has been visiting our assemblies to personally give out the awards. 

 

Contact the School

Duddon St Peter's Primary School

Tarporley Rd
Duddon
Tarporley
Cheshire
CW6 0EL

Head teacher:
Paul Hudson B. Ed., NPQH

Main Contact: Julie Novak

Tel: 01829 781366
Fax: 01829 781140
admin@dstp.cheshire.sch.uk