Welcome to Daubeney Academy
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From January 2017, students at Daubeney Academy will be able to log credits earned towards their Colours via www.pupilrewardpoints.co.uk. Although both daily and monthly sessions will take place in school that allow students to do this, both parents and students are encouraged to also track progress outside of normal school times and each student’s username and password was given to them in December 2016.
Our new Colours system is unique to Daubeney Academy and will allow our students to demonstrate that they are developing their character as well as their academic abilities. As the year goes on and our students are given even more opportunities to learn outside of the normal classroom environment, each activity will be added to the drop-down list of activities that can currently be found on the website listed above.
Our Colours system links with our shared values of:
As well as working towards gaining excellent academic qualifications, Daubeney students will be able make themselves more employable to businesses and attractive to colleges by gaining the nationally renowned Challenger Diploma, which we will offer as in integral part of our school life and our drive to produce effective contributors to society. Once students have earned 100 credits (20 against each of our shared values) they will have earned their House Colours and will be rewarded with a metal pin badge that can be worn on their school blazer. After all four badges have been earned, which may take a few years of effort towards developing their character against our shared values, students will also have earned their Challenger Diploma. In order, the Colours that students who are committed not only to developing an outstanding character but also to Daubeney Academy can gain are:
Challenger Diploma Colours
Our unique Colours system is the latest in a succession of exciting developments for Daubeney Academy as we move towards becoming an outstanding secondary school.
Definition of Values and Attributes
Each Colour is awarded when a student gains 5x20 credits for each value.