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Aspire Awards

At Overfields all our children from Reception to Year 6 take part in our Aspire Awards scheme. Every child earns Aspire points and for every 25 points they are awarded an Aspire Award certificate in assembly.

Each Aspire Award is based on a person who has shown the qualities we want to develop in our children. From the dedication of Malala Yousafzai, to the strength of Stan Hollis VC to the creativity of Mackenzie Thorpe, these are people we want our children to aspire to.

You can see the subject of each of our Aspire Awards below:

2022 – 2023 Aspire Awards

2021-2022 Aspire Awards

Children earn Aspire Points for displaying the behaviours that make our school a caring, vibrant and hard working community. Using good manners, kindness to others, perseverance and hard work are just some of the ways children can all earn an Aspire Point. Any adult in school from teachers to office staff, lunchtime supervisors to the site manger can award Aspire Points.

The inspirational people we use on our Aspire Awards are chosen in many different ways. Some are chosen by staff, some by the school council, some are voted for by the children in assemblies and some are put forward by children themselves as people with qualities they admire.

100 Club

On receipt of their 4th Aspire Award certificate, children automatically become members of the 100 Club. The hard work, behaviour and kindness of these children has been recognised 100 times by the staff at the school! The members of the 100 Club are given a special badge to wear at school as part of their uniform.

Queen’s Awards

If a pupil achieves 200 Aspire points, they move to our Queen’s Awards. To achieve a Queen’s Award they must earn a further fifty Aspire points. There are three Queen’s Awards – Silver, Gold and Platinum – to commemorate the Platinum Jubilee. Children working on their Queen’s Awards have shown the highest levels of behaviour, attitude and effort since the beginning of the year.

The Silver Queen’s Award
The Gold Queen’s Award

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