Worksop: Pupils rewarded for oustanding behaviour with petrol karting treat

Pictured left to right are Arvind Sondh, teacher Mrs Emma Rodgers, Daniel Clarke, Riley Chambers and Ian Littlewood

Pictured left to right are Arvind Sondh, teacher Mrs Emma Rodgers, Daniel Clarke, Riley Chambers and Ian Littlewood

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Ten well-behaved children from Sparken Hill Academy in Worksop were treated to an afternoon of petrol karting at the Avago Karting course in Swinton.

The lucky pupils, from Year 5 and Year 6, were rewarded after being described by staff at the school as ‘Always Always’ children.

These are pupils who are ‘Always here, Always nice. Always work hard. Always a good role model.’

This is the first of a number of rewards for pupils at the academy – other rewards include mountain biking, horse riding and other trips out.

Mr Lilley, principal of Sparken Hill, said: “These pupils are a real credit to the school.

“Over the time they have spent with us, they have consistently tried hard to attain their very best.

“It is right that pupils like this are recognised and rewarded for their efforts.

“I’m not sure what sort of driver they will turn out to be in the future however – they were all very fast around the track!”

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NWGU-18-03-16 sparken hill 1: Pictured left to right are Arvind Sondh, teacher Mrs Emma Rodgers, Daniel Clarke, Riley Chambers and Ian Littlewood

NWGU-18-03-16 sparken hill 2: Pictured left to right are Rhianna Cooper, Martyna Aksamit, Theresa Irimias, Simone Bennett and Bethany Richardson

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