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Introducing the EHS Challenge Badge

03 April 2020

We are launching a new school award that all pupils can get involved with - The EHS Challenge Badge.

The EHS Challenge Badge is a way to encourage and reward pupils for getting involved in extracurricular activities during your time away from school, focusing on areas of life that are really important in the current situation e.g. challenging the mind, being active, getting creative, good deeds, and mindfulness. All of these will help your daughter have a break from online learning and help her maintain balance in her life during these testing times. The badge is aimed at KS3, but all can participate if they wish to. The award is optional, but those who complete the required amount of activities will be awarded an EHS Challenge Badge when we return to school.

Click the link to access all of the details, guidance and FAQs. All pupils have received an email, the details of which can also be found within the School Closures tile via RMUnify.

Download  EHS Challenge Badge Guidelines

We look forward to seeing how our pupils get on!

Mr Smith
Senior Teacher


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