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.
Simrah nominated by Miss Cooper
I would like to nominate Simrah for the Book of Excellence.
Simrah has made an excellent start to The Radclyffe School. She is kind, caring and hardworking. She is always sat down ready for my lesson.
I am extremely proud to teach her and thoroughly enjoy having her in my lessons.
Thomas nominated by Mr Hussain and Miss Khan
Thomas always excels in class, goes that bit further and shows an open eagerness to learn. Today he handed in a number of worksheets for feedback, he has spent hours working through these in his own time. He has shown initiative in continuing to work hard and gain feedback.
Thomas also stays behind after class to help collect equipment. A fantastic role model to his peers.
Miss Khan added, Thomas has achieved the highest score in the whole of Year 8 in his French assessment.
Well done Thomas.
Teon nominated by Mrs Imeson
I would like to nominate Teon for the Book of Excellence.
Teon is polite, kind and respectful at all times.
He has an outstanding attitude to learning, works hard to make progress in all subjects and is popular with both staff and students.
I am really proud of this lovely young man.
Teagan nominated by Miss Parkinson
I would like to nominate Teagan for the Book of Excellence.
Teagan is a hardworking student who attends her dance lessons focused and ready to learn.
Teagan has made significant progress in her component 2 piece and is an extremely talented dancer. She exceeds expectations with the quality of work that she produces.
Keep up the amazing work!
Shahid nominated by Mr Lunt
Shahid has consistently tried to improve himself both in his behaviour and studies. His behaviour logs have come down in number every year and he has made a perfect start to Year 11.
He has much to be proud of and can achieve big things in the future.