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Reading Plus Awards Winners

All winners will receive a personalised certificate, trophy, and a £25 Amazon Voucher.

All entries to any category will be entered into a prize draw. The winning school will receive a tablet to use in school or to gift to a student.* 

Winners based on programme data

No nominations were needed for these awards.

KS2 Winners

Most Words Read on Average as a SchoolPark View Primary Academy ( Delta Academy Trust) –  306,431 words.

Most Average Reading Lessons – Park View Primary Academy ( Delta Academy Trust) –  256.2 lessons.

Most Progress Achieved – St Mark’s Primary School (Liverpool) –  4.7 level gains.

 

KS3-4 Winners

Most Words Read on Average as a SchoolLostock Hall Academy–  180,048 words.

Most Average Reading LessonsLostock Hall Academy – 77.9 reading lessons.

Most Progress Achieved Lostock Hall Academy – 3.6 – level gains.

 

All Schools

Long-standing Partner SchoolMossbourne Community Academy.

 

Awards based on nominations

Winners for KS2

School Awards

Reading Plus School of the Year (KS2) – Parochial C of E Primary School.

Shortlisted:

St Fidelis Catholic Primary School.

New Oscott Primary School.

Reading Plus Champion of the Year (KS2 teacher)  – Leanne Sayer from Ribbon Academy.

Shortlisted:

Verity Lee from Sunnyside Spencer Academy.

Jo Stephenson from Park View Primary Academy.

Liam Muir from Eldon Grove Academy.

Pupil Awards

Reading Plus Star of the Year (KS2) – Elena Martin-Taboada from St Fidelis Catholic Primary.

Shortlisted:

Hana Nakanishi from Fatfield Academy.

Emilia Dixon from Ribbon Academy.

Most effort on Reading Plus (KS2 pupil) – Louis Gashi from Sunnyside Spencer Academy.

Shortlisted:

Jack Campbell and Rowan Holmes from Ponteland Community Primary School.

Krina Patel from Shears Green Junior School.

Best Home Usage (KS2 pupil) – Mikaeel Ahmed from Lisle Marsden C of E Primary Academy.

Shortlisted:

– Krina Patel from Shears Green Junior School.

Vocabulary Star of the Year (KS2 pupil) – Zain Shahzad from Lisle Marsden C of E Primary Academy.

Shortlisted:

– Elsie-May Lawler from Lisle Marsden C of E Primary Academy.

Most Words Read by a Pupil (KS2 pupil)Amelia Patterson from Fatfield Academy – 289,560 words.

Shortlisted:

– Elsie-May Lawler from Lisle Marsden C of E Primary Academy

Winners for KS3 – KS4

School Awards

Reading Plus School of the Year (KS3-KS4)  – The Forest Academy.

Shortlisted:

– Safa British School.

– Don Valley Academy Pupil Awards.

Reading Plus Champion of the Year (KS3-4 Teacher)Rebekah Ricketts from Safa British School.

Shortlisted:

 – Erica Stockhill from Cockburn School.

 – Lupshana Ahmed from The Forest Academy.

Reading Plus Star of the Year (KS3-KS4 School) Fatma Jaffar from Safa British School.

Shortlisted:

 – Jake Southall from St David’s High School.

 – Savija Wijethunga from The Forest Academy.

Most Effort on Reading Plus (KS3-4 Student) Summer Parker from The Forest Academy.

Shortlisted:

– Summer Rutherford from Copleston High School.

Best Home Usage (KS3-4 Student) – Kai Dawson from De Lacy Academy.

Shortlisted:

 – Muskan Javid from The Forest Academy.

Vocabulary Star of the Year (KS3-4 Student) – Otavio Kaizer from Cockburn School.

Shorlisted:

Sara Hayath from The Forest Academy.

Most Words Read by a Student (KS3-4 Student)Kristina Semenko from The Forest Academy – 571,386 words.

Shortlisted:

 – Marcus Page from Copleston High School.

 – Lara Mostafa from Safa British School.

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