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          Graduation

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          The White Hills Park Graduation scheme recognises students’ academic achievements alongside other contributions to the life of the school, the WHP Trust and the wider community.  There are four levels of graduation: Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum. Each level requires students to demonstrate sustained effort and achievement as well as engagement with both school and the wider community. There is a particular emphasis on leadership and involvement with activities after school.

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          Students who can demonstrate engagement and initiative are often highly sought after by employers and universities alike and the graduation scheme is designed to develop these important life-skills.

          The WHP Graduation scheme is overseen by Deputy Executive Headteacher, Karsten Stephan.

          • Effort and homework grades are at least SATISFACTORY in 3 successive assessment days

            Participation in 2 sports/arts/school or community events and achieved a minimum of 80 points

            Organized at least 1 activity outside of normal lessons

            Written a review – eg. book-review, film-review, or a report on a school event such as trip for the school website or newsletter

          • Effort and homework grades are at least GOOD in 3 successive assessment days

            Participation in 2 sports/arts/school or community events and achieved a minimum of 140 points

            Organized at least 1 activity outside of normal lessons

            Written at least 2 reviews – eg. book-review, film-review, or a report on a school event such as trip for the school website or newsletter

          • Effort and homework grades are at least EXCELLENT in 3 successive assessment days

            Participation in 3 sports/arts/school or community events and achieved a minimum of 180 points

            Organized or taken a leadership role in at least 2 activities outside of normal lessons

            Written at least 3 reviews – eg. book-review, film-review, or a report on a school event such as trip for the school website or newsletter

            Participated in a school trip or taken part in an activity in the wider community

          • Effort and homework grades are at least GOOD and in many cases EXCELLENT in 3 successive Assessment days

            Reached Level 7 in English/Maths/Science (KS3) or achieved 6 higher grades at GCSE (KS4), mainly A*/A

            Organized or taken a leadership role in at least 2 activities outside normal lessons and achieved a minimum of 200 points

            Written at least 3 reviews – eg. book-review, film-review, or a report on a school event such as trip for the school website or newsletter

            Participated in a school trip or taken part in an activity in the wider community

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