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Little Hill Primary School

Little Hill Primary School

Little Hill Primary School

Achievements & Awards

At Little Hill, we wish to celebrate with the children the success that they have by rewarding them in a number of ways.


  • Children can be awarded stickers from their class teachers and for exceptional work they may be given a Coordinators Award from the Subject Leader.


  • Wowzers! recognises achievements that have been spotted by the Headteacher. It is then celebrated in the Wowzers! assembly followed by a treat with the Headteacher.
  • Timestable Rockstar ​​​​ and Spelling Bee Certificates celebrate children achievements in mathematics and spellings.
  • Book Prize celebrates achievement and progress in reading. Two children from each class are chosen by the teacher for tremendous efforts in reading.
  • Turner Prize celebrates fantastic qualities in children like manners, kindness, determination, and resilience. This prize is chosen through a class vote from the children.

  • Attendance certificates are given out to those children who achieve 100% and 99% attendance. The children understand that attendance at school is very important in their progress in class.

  • Mathematics Award celebrates achievement and progress in mathematics. A  Pupil from each class is chosen by the teacher for tremendous efforts in Maths.

Assistant Head, Deputy Head and Headteacher Values Award:-

  • Celebrates children showing the 6 school values during the year.  Children who have produced some outstanding work or a high level of determination shown by one of our values may be awarded a tick on the class chart; earning ticks leads to achieving an Assistant Head, Deputy Head or Headteacher's award.


  • At Little Hill we work towards the ASA Schools Swimming Awards and children will be awarded their swimming badges and certificates in a special assembly after they have completed their term of swimming.
  • We proudly have a trophy cabinet to showcase our school sporting achievements.

Out of School Achievements:-

  • We are always interested to see what the children have been doing out of school and we would encourage them to bring in their talents and awards so these can be celebrated.