As a school, we actively promote the importance of the content and presentation of work that students complete in their exercise books and our staff routinely reward students for work that has been completed to the highest presentational standards.
To further inspire our students to take the utmost pride in the presentation of their work, we are holding a ‘Perfect Presenter’ competition for all students in years 7-9.
This half term, staff will be taking special notice of the presentation of student work and will award the ‘Perfect Presenter’ medal on Class Charts to those students who have demonstrated that a real pride has been taken or if they have made impressive recent progress. Prizes (including impressive stationary hampers) will be awarded at the end of the half term to individual students, as well as the form group in each year that accumulates the most perfect presenter medals.
To help students better understand the high expectations that we have of the presentation of written work at PGHS, Mr Ramsdale has created a poster which shows the steps to follow in order to be awarded the perfect presenter medal, now displayed in each form room.
Associate Assistant Headteacher