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Pupils work towards Gold Endeavour Awards

Posted on: 29 Nov 2018 by Weston Green School | Category: Key Stage 2

Pupils work towards Gold Endeavour Awards

Weston Green's Endeavour Award scheme provides the opportunity for pupils in Key Stage 2 to demonstrate their key skills and to celebrate their achievements, in a variety of areas. 

Last year, many children in Key Stage 2 worked exceptionally hard on their Endeavour Award folders and submitted a record number of entries for both the Bronze and Silver awards.

16 pupils received either a Bronze or Silver badge and this year, some of these will be the first to work towards their Gold awards.

As we are reaching the end of our first term, pupils are beginning to work on their folders again. For each entry, children must make sure that their cover sheet has been completed fully and signed (this will ensure it is a valid entry) and that they are using the criteria sheet to highlight all of the areas covered.

We will be asking pupils to provide updates on their Endeavour Award achievements during assemblies and we are very excited to see what they have been up to both in and out of school.

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