ASPIRE Passport inspires students to Aspire, Challenge and Achieve

ASPIRE Passport inspires students to Aspire, Challenge and Achieve

One the initiatives we launched at the start of this term for students in Year 7, Year 8 and Year 9 was the ASPIRE Passports. Every student received a booklet (which matches the colour of their school tie) packed full of challenges they can choose to complete over the academic year in order to receive recognition and rewards at school.

The challenges were designed with all students in mind so every student in the school can complete and we expect every student to achieve at least one award. If students are unable to complete a challenge due to personal circumstances, an alternative challenge can be set by a member of staff.

There are three awards for students to achieve – Bronze, Silver and Gold, which get more challenging as they complete the levels.

  • BRONZE: students must complete 15 or more Bronze challenges (there are 20 challenges to choose from)
  • SILVER: students complete 10 or more Silver challenges (there are 15 challenges to choose from)
  • GOLD: students complete 6 or more Gold challenges (there are 10 challenges to choose from)

There are a diverse range of challenges to encourage students to learn new skills, help them out of their comfort zone, work with teachers and their family, but ultimately be enjoyable.

Pictured above is Carly Meyer-Mckay in Year 7 who is looking forward to achieve her Bronze Award by asking a family member about their career journey then writing a review, learning how to play a new board game and being involved in House competitions. Tyler Garai in Year 8 is a keen reader and will be completing Accelerated Reader quizzes and gaining extra Bedrock points as well as demonstrating excellent attendance and attitude to learning to be entered into a Super Prize Draw. Year 9 student, Thomas Beaton likes to help others so will be carrying out a random act of kindness plus supporting his family with a weekly task, then staying active by learning to play a new sport.

We have been very impressed with how students have engaged with this initiative and that some students have already achieve the Bronze award. These students will receive their Bronze metal badges and certificates during Term 2.

Below are the ASPIRE Passports for Year 7, Year 8 and Year 9:

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