Book of 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 (though for this week we are rewarding our Year 11s), their success recorded in the book for everyone to see. The pages build up an archive of distinction through the year.

Yusraa (Year 7)
Nominated by Miss Cooper

I would like to nominate Yusraa Fiaz for the Book of Excellence.

Yusraa has got a fantastic attitude to learning. She has got good attendance and always follows the five respects.

She has put excellent effort into her PE lessons and is also making Outstanding progress in Maths and Science and Good progress in English.

Well done Yusraa!

Habiba (Year 8)
Nominated by Miss Howarth

I would like to nominate Habiba Shumi for the Book of Excellence.

Habiba has consistently delivered Outstanding home learning in English.

Each piece of homework is beautifully presented. She also researches the topic and creates the work.

Fantastic work, Habiba, well done.

Fathema (Year 9)
Nominated by Mrs M Jones

Fathema is really excelling in Textiles in class and with her home learning.
She works independently to a very high standard, smashing her Pathway 6 target. Her home learning is outstanding, which will hold her in good stead for her exams.

Fathema always gives 100%, always trying to improve. She is a pleasure to teach and a great asset in the classroom.

Well done Fathema!

Rebeca (Year 10)
Nominated by Ms Smethurst

I nominate Rebeca Bolmodir for the Book of Excellence.

Rebeca always puts in maximum effort across all subjects, her attitude to learning is excellent, all but one subjects are at 6. she has really worked hard to engage with her peers and is a very pleasant student.

Rebeca demonstrates the Five Respects daily.

Well done!

Desroy (Year 11)
Nominated by Mrs Taylor and Miss Hunt

In the last year Desroy has demonstrated a hard working, mature & positive attitude towards Art and his exam.

He has used every opportunity available at lunchtimes and in holidays to boost the quality of his work and his grade and worked incredibly hard throughout.

Miss Hunt adds “Desroy has matured into an exemplary student, improving his attendance, punctuality, behaviour and attitude to learning, and is now on target to achieve very well in his GCSEs.

I am extremely proud of Desroy, he deserves every success.