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.
Keevi (Year 7)
Nominated by Mrs Parkes
I would like to nominate Keevi Byrne for the Book of Excellence.
Keevi has produced an outstanding piece of home learning. She recreated a painting on canvas which must have taken hours to complete. In addition she wrote a detailed explanation in French.
Keevi is a pleasure to teach and is an absolute delight each and every lesson.
Tangina (Year 8)
Nominated by Mrs Weaver
I nominate Tangina Hussain for the Book of Excellence.
Tangina always enters the classroom with a smile, ready to work. She tries her best at everything she does and is always striving for excellence.
Her practical work shows her creative and ambitious side and in theory her hand is always up.
Tangina always takes advice on board and is a pleasure to teach.
Zaraan (Year 9)
Nominated by Mr Waugh
I would like to nominate Zaraan Khan for the Book of Excellence.
Zaraan has been working very well in his Sports Studies class this year. He has got a fantastic attitude to learning and always tries his best.
Khadiza (Year 10)
Nominated by Ms Adenwala
Khadiza is a lovely young lady who has a cheerful disposition always! She is hard working, thoughtful and reliable.
Khadiza has high expectations and aspirations and attends revision classes in English and Maths as well as other subjects.
She is a great ambassador for The Radclyffe School and I recommend her whole heartedly for the Book of Excellence.
Ubaida (Year 11)
Nominated by Mr Halls
I nominate Ubaida for the Book of Excellence. Ubaida has shown focus and determination since the beginning of Year 11.
He is showing a really mature attitude to his learning and is progressing really well.
Keep up the great work!