The excellent attendance of two pupils at the Alderman White School, part of the WHP Federation, during the 2015/2016 academic year, has been recognised by supporter and working partner of the school federation, PK Education.
Pupils from Alderman White School, Phoenix Green-Smith in Key Stage 3 and Reece King in Key Stage 4, each won an iPad in recognition of their attendance at the school, which is based in Bramcote, Nottinghamshire. The school currently has a higher than average attendance of its pupils.
This is the second year PK Education has sponsored the attendance award at Alderman White School, working in partnership with the school to raise attendance.
PK Education’s Branch Manager, Gemma Charvet, who presented the awards, explained: “We are proud to be sponsors of the school and donate iPads to the winning pupils. It not only recognises their outstanding attendance but it gives other pupils something to aim for at the start of the new school year. It’s great to witness the school’s excellent attendance record of its pupils and be a partner in helping it achieve this.”
The WHP Federation comprises of three educational establishments; The Alderman White School, Bramcote School and Bramcote College. All of the schools are separate but join together to create opportunities, such as a school-wide approach to raise attendance which is supported by PK Education.
PK Education, which is based in Theatre Square in Nottingham City Centre, provides supply teaching staff for schools throughout Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. To see vacancies for the Nottingham area or to see what PK Education can do for your school, go to: www.pkeducation.co.uk