Good attendance is rewarding for children

By Matthew Mckew

Tuesday, March 11, 2014


Good attendance is rewarding for children

Sandham Office Services' Julie Davey with Adam Shotter, Molly Chubb and Gregory Mudge.Picture by JENNIFER BURTON

CHILDREN at Newchurch Primary School have been rewarded with book tokens for good attendance.

Youngsters with a 96 per cent attendance figure during the January to February half term were entered into a prize draw.

Names of 142 pupils from a total of 216 at the school qualified for the draw.

The winners were Gregory Mudge, nine, Molly Chubb, five, and Adam Shotter, 11, who received a £25, £15 and £10 book token respectively.

The prizes were sponsored by Sandham Business Services.

Headteacher Kirsty Howarth said the school was working very hard to improve attendance and hoped other businesses would step forward to sponsor the scheme.



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by Alex Pick

12th March 2014, at 15:52:07

I remember when my son won this award he was over the moon. A very good idea and it can help behaviour in other children with this incentive.

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by Kevin Barclay-Jay

11th March 2014, at 14:04:29

Why is this news...other schools on the Island have been doing this for ages

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