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Headteacher’s Reward Incentive

A group of students have met with Mr Roper, Headteacher at Allerton Grange, in a new initiative introduced this term called ‘Hot Chocolate Friday’. The school has a policy for positive discipline which focuses on rewarding good behaviour. It is embedded into school life through stamps in planners, achievement points and reward assemblies. The students nominated to take part in the new incentive were put forward by their Heads of Year for embracing our school values and going the extra mile. 

The students receive special invitations from Mr Roper to join the meeting which takes place in his office after registration each Friday morning. The meeting provides an opportunity to get to know the students more and to recognise their achievements over an informal chat and a hot drink.  

Mr Roper said, “I wanted the opportunity to personally recognise the achievements of our students and thank them for their contribution to our wonderful school community. We are very good at celebrating the success of our students at Allerton Grange. However, I wanted an opportunity to shine the light on students who may not always achieve the highest grades or be the most talented sports person, but who are equally important and valued as individuals.”



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L-R – Mr Roper, Ellie, Freddie, Gurpreet, Uzair, Sebastian

Year 7 student, Freddie Fozzard, has been recognised for consistently getting things right and being an Exemplary Student and Lead Learner.

Uzair Ahmed, in Year 8, has been praised for alerting the year team to a bullying incident. He was looking out for his fellow student because he has been in that situation before and wanted to help.

Gurpreet Bahia, Year 9, is an excellent student and produced an amazing piece of work for the Black History Assembly.

Sebastian Huczko, Year 10, has improved his attendance to the best it’s ever been. Well done!

Year 11 student, Ellie Hood, has coped really well throughout the pre-public exams, despite an ongoing illness/medical condition.



Year 7 students

Adan Muhammed

Ava Garside

Eddie Foggin

Poppy Connor

Ebonnie Tiffany

Uzair Husain

Sadia Younis

Jennifer North


Year 8 Students

Ben Turner

Abdullah Junaid

Rivaldo Welby

Amaan Qasir

Henry Crozier

Prableen Bambhrah

Abdul Rahman Kazizadha

Sydney Whyte


Year 9 students

Melanie Barbosa

Isabel Eva Schmidt

Em Stoneman

Jude Malik

Manisha Ryatt

Teagan Marah

Jacob Babireki

Arshia Shojaee




Year 10 students

Rockeeb Ali

Jess Simpson

Dawud Khan

Jasmine Cheema


Kajol Kaur

Alfie Turner

Zara Bibi


Year 11 students

Taqwa Elforjani

Amber Daley

Shakir Ahmed

Amann Khan

Hamza Mahmood

Jwana Hussein

James Reed



Sixth Form students

Sadiqa Kakakhail

Aksah Mehrban 

Natali Revelo Mosquera



"Safe, Supportive, Diverse"
- Local Authority Representative
"Strong leadership and motivation with an emphasis on progress"
- Parent
"I am so pleased with the School Gateway app. Every day I can see any achievement and behaviour points my daughter gets and she knows that I’ll discuss it with her; it encourages her to do well."
- Year 8 Parent
"A great learning environment; light, bright and spacious classrooms, clean and well organised."
- Prospective Parent
"I applaud the focus on rewarding good behaviour. My son feels appreciated and recognised at Allerton Grange; we're all so proud."
- Year 8 Parent
"An open and welcoming atmosphere - very useful being allowed to look at teaching and learning"
- Prospective Parent
"The reward and behaviour system is clear, well enforced and has positive results!"
- Parent
"Staff are passionate and committed to developing and improving"
- Parent
"An inclusive school that is focused on providing the best education for its students"
- Prospective Parent
"Fantastic student ambassadors who are a credit to the school."
- Prospective Parent
"Pupils look smart and are well engaged in their lessons"
- Prospective Parent