Our weekly celebration of students’ excellence.
The Book of Excellence is a striking celebration of the school’s ethos. Created from our students’ design concepts, at its heart the book is building a permanent, ever-growing record of our students’ achievement and excellence throughout the school.
Each week a student from each year group is chosen from staff nominations, their success recorded in the book for everyone to see. The pages build up an archive of distinction through the year.
Maddison nominated by Miss M Davies
I would like to nominate Maddison for the Book of Excellence.
Madison has shown a very positive attitude to learning in ‘Fresh Start Reading Intervention’ this half term. After an extended period of learning from home she has come back into intervention with the right attitude and the desire to improve.
Ramisa nominated by Miss Cooper
I would like to nominate Ramisa for the Book of Excellence.
Ramisa is a respectful student who always wants to do well. She teaches me Italian, and I improve her English. Her Religious Studies book is well presented and she completes all her work, she always says hello and asks how I am.
Well done Ramisa, you are an absolute pleasure to teach.
Safwat nominated by Mrs Imeson
I would like to nominate Safwat for the Book of Excellence.
Safwat did a fantastic job of representing The Radclyffe School by offering to show people at New Staff Induction Day around the school. He was very polite and informative.
Safwat is an excellent role model to his peers.
Kimberly nominated by Mrs Coleman
Kimberly is the kindest and most mature and caring student I have ever known. She is so polite and always asks how you are, and wishes you a good evening or weekend. When I was having a bad day she noticed and made me a cup of coffee (in the hub). She is extremely perceptive about others and how they are feeling. Her emotional intelligence and how she acts on this is fantastic.
Academically, she has made amazing progress, enough to mean that she is likely to be leaving supported study soon. Well done.
“Excellence is not a gift, but a skill that takes practice. We do not act rightly because we are excellent, in fact we achieve excellence by acting rightly.”