Student of the Week – 10th March

Well done to our latest Students of the Week, you have all had great week!

Year 7:

Nominated by Mr Walker (Maths)

Kaylan Bennett – great attendance and effort throughout

Tilly McLaughlin – great contribution with answers in live lessons

Daisy Blacklock – excellent every single time

Archie Thompson & Sophia Juson – Both nominated by Mr Irving (History) – both have been fantastic right the way through home learning, always trying their best.

Victoria Rothery – Nominated by Mrs Stevenson – She’s attended every single lesson of mine and submitted every piece of work, even after a morning paper round or when under the weather. She’s been fab!

Year 8:

Bailey Johnston for producing great work in lockdown and giving good answers on live lessons in RE.

Ruby Corlett for working really hard in the last few lessons and having a brilliant attitude throughout this home learning stretch in French and for her hard work in Science.

Jude Henderson for always trying to give answers and for his great attitude throughout in RE and being brilliant in French too.

Annabel Starkie for her hard work in History.

Billy Thompson for his hard work in Science.

Year 9:

Tom Shields & Josh McDowell from Mr North for excellent work in English.

Scott Rooney, Brian Rothery and Alissar Al Hamam from Mrs Needham for being super engaged and working well.

Year 10:

Megan Lewthwaite – nominated by Mr Walker in Maths.

Keira Clark – nominated for her excellent responses in her written work in Business.

Dylan Fox – nominated by Mrs Bragg for speaking in lessons and for trying really hard with his work.

Freya Dye – nominated by Mrs Mulrain for always working hard, and her revision notes this week were just superb.

Year 11:

Ellie Edwards Simpson – for great work in Mrs Kar’s History lessons.

Jenna Henshaw – for a very detailed and considered English essay for Miss Thompson.

Millie Todd – for her great work in history for Mrs Kar.

Libby Brown – for producing excellent work and attending all Ms O’Fee Science lessons.

Sixth Form:

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