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.
Sana (Year 7) nominated by Mr Havercroft and Mrs Imeson
I nominate Sana for her outstanding attitude in Music lessons. Sana always models the five respects. She is keen to contribute to lessons and uses the correct music terminology. In practicals Sana always goes the extra mile to achieve outstanding progress in Music.
Sana is an absolute joy to teach and a perfect role model for her peers.
Mrs Imeson adds, Sana is an incredibly hardworking student who has achieved the highest attitude to learning in the year group in the autumn term. Sana always demonstrates the Five Respects and is a superstar student already.
Hamaad (Year 8) Nominated by Mrs Imeson
I would like to nominate Hamaad for the Book of Excellence.
Hamaad is an excellent role model and plays a very active role in our Student Voice teams at KS3.
He devotes much of his time to extra curricular groups and recently visited Westminster and the Mayor of Oldham.
He is a bright star and will certainly be part of our student leadership team at KS4.
Rudshe (Year 9) nominated by Ms Arnold
Rudshe has been predicted nine grade 8s and above in his first Year 9 KAT!
Triple Science – three Grade 9s.
Keep up the outstanding attitude to learning.
Nahida (Year 10) nominated by Miss Parkinson
I nominate Nahida for the Book of Excellence.
Nahida has blossomed into a fantastic leader and produced some excellent grades in her Year 10 Sports Studies leadership assessment.
Nahida led with confidence and had a very good rapport with her group. It was lovely to see the progress she has made.
Scott (Year 11) nominated by Ms Adenwala
Scott has worked really hard, has moved up a set and is now doing the higher tier.
He is always willing to have a go at the topic and is keen to answer questions in Maths.
He is a very polite and respectful student and an excellent role model.