A Henry Adams trophy was presented to every child who achieved 100 per cent attendance at Midhurst C of E Primary School.
This newly introduced trophy was presented to mark attendance records throughout the academic school year.
16 children at school were delighted to be awarded a trophy at the end of year assembly last week in recognition of them coming to school every day since last September. The trophies were presented by Francis and Sally Martin, partners at Henry Adams in Midhurst.
Mrs Sally Clarke, headteacher, said: “The children were thrilled to receive the new trophies which will undoubtedly add further incentive to achieving 100 per cent attendance throughout the year. We are very pleased to have Henry Adams on board to promote excellent attendance as it has very close links with attainment and children reaching their full potential.”
Francis and Sally Martin will also be presenting children with a badge for termly 100 per cent attendance.
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