Student of the Week has returned to St Benedict’s this week, with a slight change from last year.
This year, instead of one student being awarded, we are now celebrating the achievements of a student from each year group. The students are nominated by staff and teachers, then the Heads of Year make the final decisions.
The first group of students to be awarded this term were presented with their certificates and prizes earlier this week from Mrs Jackson.
The students who were awarded were:
Dylan Mills from Year 7 for his “impeccable manners and attitude, he offered help to non-teaching members of staff in his own social time; her is a credit to Year 7.”
Georgia Herbert from Year 8 for being “a kind hearted and polite young lady. She is a role model to her peers; she has shown exceptional attitude at school this week.
Joe Cottrell from Year 9 was awarded for being “100% committed to his classwork and completing fantastic work in Art.”
Tom Martin from Year 10 “works exceptionally hard in all aspects of PE. This week he has displayed a huge desire to ensure that his coursework was completed to the highest standards possible. Tom is a great role model to his fellow students.”
Nathan Parsley from Year 11 was commended for his efforts during the bag pack in Morrison’s. “He was able to fully participate in the bag pack, engaging with members of the public, of all ages, and was commented on by people who were impressed with his attitude.”