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Rewards & House Points

Class Dojos and House Points form our school reward system at Penketh and allow children to share a common goal. Dojos are awarded to a child for good behaviour & attitude to learning and following the school expectations. They can be traded in at the end of each term for small prizes such as special stationery and small toys. 

House Points

Each child is allocated to Red, Blue or Yellow house when they join us in Reception. Siblings will always be put in the same coloured house. House points are awarded throughout the term for academic achievement, however small.  These points are collated by the Year 6 House Captains and the winning house announced in assembly. Rewards may take the form of special treat days or allowing the children to wear their own clothes for a day. 

The House Point Counter is shown above and is updated weekly.

My Life Warrington


Penketh's Guiding Principle

To deliver a first class education through partnership, innovation, school improvement and accountability.

"This is an outstanding school. Pupils' personal welfare and development are at the heart of all the school does. Pupils are exceptionally happy, safe and well cared for. Pupils work and play harmoniously in a school that is highly active and respected in the community it serves." OFSTED - September 2009

W'ton Primary Academy Trust

We are very proud to be part of a Multi Academy Trust called Warrington Primary Academy Trust. Please click on the WPAT tab on the left to find out further information.


If you would like a paper copy of any information that is published on our website, please contact the school office, where this will be provided free of charge.


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Our school, by using AquAid water coolers, has helped save the lives of many children in Africa. With every water cooler obtained from AquAid, a donation has been made to the Africa Trust.  These funds are used to directly build fresh drinking water wells in areas in Africa where it is needed the most, like in schools and villages.

Our Water Coolers are from AquAid



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