Thursday 5th December 2019 was the Sheffield Primary Schools Gold Awards ceremony. This was held at the Town Hall in Sheffield where pupils from 20 different primary schools in Sheffield were invited to wear a cap & gown for the evening and receive their Gold certificate and badge in front of family, friends and The Lord Mayor of Sheffield & guest speakers. 31 of those pupils were from Southey Green School.
Gold Awards Ceremonies are held three times each year to reward students that have gained over 100 hours of extra-curricular learning through activities of their choice either in school or across various learning destinations throughout Sheffield with a Passport to Learning.
We are very proud of our amazing selection of Extra Curricular activities at Southey Green Primary. We currently have 27 activities per week for our children to participate in but we can’t do this without the commitment of teaching staff and support staff that run these fantastic activities throughout the week either at breakfast clubs, lunch clubs, after school activities and holiday activities, so thank you for all the exciting opportunities and experiences that you continue to provide to our children.
A massive well done to all the students who have participated in their own development and achievements this year and were presented with their Gold certificates.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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