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Celebrating Achievement

At Hungerhill School, we always aim to celebrate the success and wonderful achievements of our students, both for what they do within school and for what they do as part of their extra-curricular activities.

For achievements within school and for our students' commitment to their studies, we host the following events:

  • Rewards Assemblies

These special assemblies are held in the regular assembly time slot and celebrate the Key Stage 3 students who have been awarded Bonus Credits by staff members. These assemblies occur on a half-termly basis and students are presented with gift cards to spend at their favourite stores. Depending on the assembly, students can win anything from £10 to £40!

  • Awards Mornings

The Hungerhill Awards Mornings are specially extended assemblies that happen once a year and aim to celebrate students' achievements in their subjects. We also present some very special awards, which are:

  • Team of the Year Award*
  • Pride of Hungerhill Award
  • Attitude to Learning Award
  • Pupil Choice Award*
  • Head of Year/Key Stage Award
  • Headteacher's Award

*Please note that these awards are subject to change each year and may not be applicable to all year groups.

  • Presentation Evening

This is Hungerhill School's flagship event. Our presentation evening happens once every year, during November, and aims to celebrate our departed Year 11 students. This keynote event gives our students the opportunity to be formally presented with their GCSE certificates, and we also present some very special awards for individuals' achievements and their attitude to learning.

  • Key Stage 4 Rewards Timeline

In the student support area, we have a rewards 'timeline' which is a display that celebrates the achievements of our Years 9, 10 and 11 students. Our Key Stage 4 students are eligible for entry into the following periodic acknowledgements:

  • Student of the Month
  • Celebrating Achievement
  • Attitude to Learning

The Student of the Month and Celebrating Achievement Awards are decided on a monthly basis, with students being put forward by their peers in collaboration with their form tutor. Our Student of the Month Award aims to celebrate students who have positively contributed to the school and/or local community.

Conversely, our Celebrating Achievement Award aims to celebrate students who engage in some form of extra-curricular activity at a significant level, e.g. sports, performing arts, cadets, and charity work, etc. We don't often get to hear about extra-curricular activities that our students are involved in, and this is our way of recognising their hard work and commitment both in and out of school.

The SRG Attitude to Learning Award aims to acknowledge students who have a positive attitude to learning across all subject areas. For each SRG/ROA generated for each of the year groups in Key Stage 4, the top three boys and girls are recognised, including the top student(s) overall.