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.
Jenora nominated by Ms Parkes
I would like to nominate Jenora for the Book of Excellence.
Jenora has produced the most outstanding homework.
She is a fantastic, hard working and very polite student.
Rahim nominated by Mrs Imeson
I would like to nominate Rahim for the Book of Excellence.
Rahim is currently top of the Year 8 leaderboard for positive logs with 83. He has no negatives and 100% attendance.
Rahim is always polite, respectful, kind and works really hard in all his lessons. A credit to himself and to the cohort.
Keep this up!
Luke nominated by Mr Lambert
I would like to nominate Luke for the Book of Excellence.
Luke has fitted perfectly into Maths at The Radclyffe School.
He is hard working and demonstrates the Five Respects at every lesson.
Keep up the good work Luke!
Alima nominated by Mrs Coleman
I nominate Alima for the Book of Excellence.
Alima has purchased revision books from school and is completing her own independent revision at home and in any spare lesson time. She regularly brings me notes, plans and part essays to check. I am very impressed with her enthusiasm, dedication and work ethic.
This is even more impressive as she is only in Year 10 and has another full year before the exam.
Yunus nominated by Mr Mellor
I nominate Yunus for the Book of Excellence.
Yunus always attends five a side football at lunch and is a great help, putting the bibs and equipment away without being asked.
Yunus is a fantastic student with an outstanding attitude, always willing to help and a great role model for his peers.
Yunus makes The Radclyffe School a better place. Well done.