Passport to the Prom 2017
Passport to the Prom is a Plumstead Manor rewards scheme for Year 11 students to encourage and motivate them to attend extra interventions after school and weekend sessions to improve and surpass their targeted grades. Ten students will win the prize of a fully paid prom ticket and a free limo to the prom leaving from school, whilst the first 5 students to reach 70 attended sessions receive an additional £20 towards their prom outfit.
Plumstead Manor actively promotes success, excellence, discipline, imagination and curiosity for life long learning and empowerment of all its students. Our high aspirations for academic scholarship, alongside our high expectations for personal development embody our commitment to seeing all our students flourish and succeed.
We believe that students should be rewarded progressively as they work hard to fill their passports with signatures confirming attendance at these intervention sessions.
Our current rounds of ambitious students:
Group 2: Ameesha Gurung (11TN),Nima Lama (11CI), Samar Pattenden (11TN), Nuha Sherif (11TN), Gresa Krasniqi (11TN)
Reported 12 Jan 2017
Group 1: Aastha Kunwar (11BL), Rayyana Mohammed (11TN), Glory Alex-Anudu (11PW), Noelia Lopez Esono (11AE), Chloe Ekelie (11WO), received a resilience badge and were treated to a breakfast cooked by the Head, Mr Douglas Greig today.
Passport to the Prom 2017 (17 images)