ANI Badges & Shields

ANI has a badge & shield recognition system where we celebrate student achievement in academics and extracurriculars.

There Are 8 Badges On Offer And 8 Corresponding Shields. This Page Will Tell You All The Current Ways You Can Earn A Badge As An ANI Student. Two badges from the same category earn you a shield in that category (e.g. Two IB badges = an IB Shield).
Badges should be sewn on the left sleeve of a student’s hoodie or jumper and shields should be sewn on the right sleeve.
The school’s strategic leaders are your port of call on any badge questions or requests and they can be reached at strategic_leaders@ani.school.nz

How to apply for a badge.

When you earn a badge or shield, you can apply using the ANI Badge & Shield Application Form. Your teacher will share this with you.

Each week the strategic leaders go through the applications and will deliver your badge to your teacher as soon as they can.

Happy Applying!

badges1

How to earn an

IB Badge

Receive 3 IB Certs across the two years at ANI.

Each week, classroom teachers give out 2 IB Certs for students demonstrating IB Leaner profiles(eg Caring, Balance, etc)

Each week specialist teachers give out 1 IB Cert for students demonstrating IB Leaner profiles (eg Caring, Balance, etc)

When you collect 3 IB Certificates you can apply for an IB Badge.

 

rugby-ball

How to earn an

ANI Sports Badge

There are four ways to earn an ani sports badge.

Participation in a sports event means trialling for the team, training with the team and attending the event. You do not need to place 1st, 2nd or 3rd to earn a sports certificate.

This applies to one of the following sports only:

  • Netball
  • Distance Squad
  • Waterpolo
  • Miniball
  • Basketball
  • Table tennis

To apply for this you must have been part of your team/group for at least one full term.

fund-raiser

How to earn an

ANI Fundraising Badge

Fundraisers are primarily organised by the PTA or the Strategic Leaders.

If you raise $40 during one fundraiser, you can apply for a badge.

Some examples of school fundraisers are:

  • Knowledgeathon
  • Chocolate Fundraiser
house-colours

How to earn an

ANI House Badge

There are three ways of earning a house badge

culture

How to earn an

ANI Cultural Badge

There are Four ways of earning an ANI Cultural badge

House activities are usually sent out via the daily notices and judged by the current house leaders. If you enter 5, you can apply for a house badge with the name of your house on it!

This applies to one of the following sports only:

  • Creating House Spirit
  • Boosting house moral
  • Enthusiastic participation in house events/activities

This badge is awarded to you by the house leaders (students & staff).

starry-night

How to earn an

ANI Art Badge

There are five ways of earning an ANI Art badge
chemistry

How to earn an

ANI Badge

There are Four ways of earning an ANI badge

ANI certificates are awarded during prize givings by classroom teachers, specialist teachers, and the senior leadership team.
How do you receive an EP cert?
  • Place 1st, 2nd or 3rd in an EP competition (team or class competitions)
  • Place 1st, 2nd or 3rd in an EP international competition (e.g. language championships)
  • Science Fair
  • Mathex
  • EPRO8
  • ICAS (Distinction or High Distinction Only)

Long term school service groups

Strategic Leader
Arts Leader
Sports Captains
Cultural Leaders
Head Students
House Leaders
Class Librarian
Sustainability / Eco Committee
Writing Extension (with Sakima)
Math Extension and/or Otago Maths
Classroom Digital Leaders (IT Monitors)
Student Receptionists
Health Monitors
Librarian
Travel Wise Group

Principal's Badge Board

A Principal’s Badge is awarded by Mrs Farquharson. Each week Mrs Farquharson chooses one student from across the school who is displaying one of the following:

  • IB Learner Profiles
  • Developing the Key Competencies

This student is awarded a Principal’s Badge.
Keep an eye on the weekly Friday Flyer where the winners are announced. If you see your name on the award, you can apply for a Principal’s Badge using the application form.

IB Leaner profile

key competencies

Managing Self

  • Making good choices
  • Following instructions and routines without direction
  • Showing leadership qualities, with confidence
  • Positive learning attitude

Thinking

  • Think hard about teachers' questions and what others say
  • Applying thinking in new situations
  • Explaining ideas and justifying them

Relating to Others

  • Thinking deeply about what people are saying
  • Confidently phrase and prompt for more information
  • Paraphrase what someone has said

Using Language Symbols & Text

  • Achieving all school benchmarks
  • Recognising and understanding hidden meanings
  • Expert at using technologies
  • Justifying opinions and ideas

Participating & Contributing

  • Participate in school experiences
  • Use leadership qualities within our school
  • Working alongside others
  • Independently meet high expectations

PREMIER BADGE

Awarded for Any Three Of The Five Shields

Premier badge application forms can be collected from the SLT office. Students need to fill these in and hand them to Mr Devery, the Deputy Principal.

TERM 4 BEGINS

Monday 17 October