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Celebrating

Success

Sharing

Assemblies

 

Achievements

We recognise pupil achievements in a number of ways at Kingswode Hoe. Pupils collect credits for achieving different targets throughout the week, such as completing tasks, personal presentation, behaviour for learning and teamwork and community. Individual and class totals are celebrated in assemblies and pupils 'spend' their credits during whole school treat time on an activity of their choice. 

We hold regular sharing assemblies on Friday afternoons when pupils and staff can share their achievements in and out of lessons with the whole school. These are enjoyable, supportive occasions which develop confidence and the ability to recognise and celebrate our own achievements and those of others. Pupils also value the personal approach at Kingswode Hoe and supportive ethos- reflected in celebration of birthdays and recognition of achievements out of school.

Pupils and staff at Kingswode Hoe get involved to nominate and select pupils who deserve recognition for a Jack Petchey Achievement Award. It is an excellent opportunity to show our recognition and support of pupils for a variety of different achievements on a wider platform.


Throughout the year, pupils also regularly take part in sporting events and we are the proud winners of a number of trophies and awards, including those from the MESSA activities that we participate in. We also recognise 100% attendance through assemblies and awards.

 

Academic achievement 

 

About the Jack Petchey Award

Almost 2,000 schools, colleges and youth organisations throughout London and Essex run the scheme, which contributes millions of pounds each year. The scheme is a reward and recognition initiative which enables schools and youth organisations to celebrate the achievements of their young people as well as receive additional funding.

“We do it because we want to help young people raise their aspirations, believe in themselves and make a contribution to their society,” Jack Petchey. 
Visit the Jack Petchey Website to find out more about Achievement Awards.

Pupils and staff at Kingswode Hoe get involved to nominate and select pupils who deserve recognition for a Jack Petchey Achievement Award. It is an excellent opportunity to show our recognition and support of pupils for a variety of different achievements on a wider platform.

 

Past Winners

Shaun 

2017

William 

2017

Mr Govia 

2017

Ella

2017

Galleries

Get in touch

 

The school is located in central Colchester with its own spacious grounds and has excellent links with the surrounding community and local schools. In order to fully appreciate our unique special school, we strongly recommend that you visit us. 

Kingswode Hoe Special School

Sussex Road

Colchester

CO3 3QJ

01206 576408

Headteacher: Mrs Alice Constantine

Acting Chair of Local Academy Committee: Mrs Ruth Sturdy

To get in contact with the school or to request paper copies of information on the website, please use the form on the right. 

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