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.
Thomas nominated by Mrs Fielding
I would like to nominate Thomas for the Book of Excellence.
Thomas always goes above and beyond. He is a Humanities Ambassador, and he always volunteers to complete extra Geography home learning. When he was set the task to find out what ‘relief’ was in Geography he produced an A4 information sheet on the topic, complete with colour map and ‘fun facts’.
Shah nominated by Mrs Imeson
I would like to nominate Shah for the Book of Excellence.
Shah is a lovely, polite and respectful young man to others. He consistently demonstrates the Five Respects at all times.
He is quiet and unassuming, and I hope in Year 8 he gains confidence and gets involved in extra curricular activities.
Tasnim nominated by Mrs M Jones
I nominate Tasnim for the Book of Excellence.
Tasnim is making good progress in Textiles, every piece of work she has done in class or at home has been outstanding. Her attitude to learning is fantastic and she is a pleasure to teach.
Tasnim goes beyond what is asked of her on every piece of work, which is a delight to see.
Very well done Tasnim!
Naeem nominated by Ms Adenwala
I nominate Naeem for the Book of Excellence.
Naeem has got a superb attitude to learning, he works diligently in lessons, showing resilience.
He always completes home learning to a high standard. Naeem is a very well mannered student and is a pleasure to teach.
Cora nominated by Mrs Taberham
Cora works hard in all drama lessons, maintaining a high standard of classwork and coursework. She commits to all Drama extra curricular, attending lunchtime and after school rehearsals.
Cora stepped in at short notice for the lead role of Macbeth for the SPA Celebration Evening. With just a week’s notice she learnt all the lines and gave an outstanding and professional performance on the night.