Free EDITABLE Award Templates (editable content)


Classroom Awards are recognition given to learners in each class or section. A simple recognition may be given per quarter, semester, or at the end of the school year. Awardees are given merit by the adviser and/or other subject teachers in recognition of the learners’ outstanding performance in class.



1. Performance Awards for Kindergarten
 Learners in Kindergarten should be recognized for their most evident and most prominent abilities. They can also be recognized for showing significant improvement in a specific area (e.g., from having poor fine motor skills to being able to draw or write well). Since kindergarten learners have no numerical grades, teachers are advised to recognized outstanding achievement of learners based on the different domain and/or learning competencies of the kindergarten curriculum at the end of every quarter.

Since all learners must be given equal opportunity to excel and demonstrate their strengths, an award may be given to more than one learner. Teachers can choose from the domains and skills listed in Appendix 1. They have the option to provide creative or unique titles for each award appropriate to their context and community (e.g., in mother tongue).

2. Conduct Awards
These awards are given to learners who have been observed to consistently demonstrate the DepEd core values ( Maka-Diyos, Makatao, Makakalikasan, Makabansa). 

2.1 Character Traits for Kindergarten to Grade 3
These awards are given to younger learners to affirm their positive traits and attitudes or to recognize significant improvement in their behavior. Teachers can choose from, but are not limited to, the character traits listed in Appendix 2. They also have the option to provide creative or unique titles for each award appropriate to their context and community.

2.2 Conduct Awards for Grades 4 to 12
Conduct Awards for grades 4 to 12 in each class will be given at the end of the school year. This will be based on the evaluation of the adviser and subject teachers, using the guidelines stipulated in Section VI of DepEd Order No. 8 s. 2015. Awardees must have consistently and dutifully carried out the core values of the Department as indicated in the report card. They must have obtained a rating of at least 75% “Always Observed” (AO) at the end of the school year (with at least 21 out of 28 AO rating in the report card). They also must have not been sanctioned with offenses punishable by suspension or higher sanction within the school year according to the Department’s service manual and child protection policies.

3. Academic Excellence Award
The Award for Academic Excellence within the quarter is given to learners from grades 1 to 12 who have attained an average of at least 90 and passed all learning areas.

The Average Grade per Quarter is reported as a whole number following DepEd Order No. 8, s. 2015.

4. Recognition for Perfect Attendance
This award is given at the end of every quarter to encourage learners to attend and actively participate in class. Perfect attendance means that a learner must be present in all of his/her classes, and must have no absences for the entire quarter. Learners who are representing the school for various purposes (e.g. in-school or off-campus activities) may also qualify for this award.



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