New York Post features School Stickers survey

Our annual Naughty and Nice list is a fun survey we launch each year in the run up to Christmas. It always seems to get a lot of interest, but this year it has gone international, with recent articles in the New York Post and, as well as The Daily Mail, Huffington Post, Mirror, The Sun, The Star, Daily Record, Liverpool Echo, Chronicle Live, Birmingham Live, Gloucestershire Live, Cambridgeshire Live, Somerset Live, Kent Live, Better Homes and Gardens, My London, Goodtoknow, Mamamia, Baby Gaga,, Kidspot, LADbible,, Travel+Leisure, and iHeartradio.

The most recent results are available here.

We supply over 9,500 schools with stickers, postcards and certificates, which teachers give to pupils for good behaviour and achievement. To enable teachers, pupils, and parents to track the rewards given, some schools give out coded rewards which pupils log online at and others give out virtual rewards which are automatically recorded. Last school year, 36,262 pupils received 1,729,822 rewards.

Analysis on the data reveals which names were awarded the most stickers – the nicest – and which were awarded the least – the naughtiest! But some schools give hundreds of rewards, and some thousands, so as we say each year, it is just a bit of festive fun, and not to be taken seriously.

We have been running the survey since December 2009, and this year’s will be its 10th year. Look out for it in the run up to Christmas 2019 to see where your name appears!

If you want to make sure that you see the results get in contact, and we will make sure you are sent to you.