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.
Mukit (Year 7) nominated by Mrs O’Keeffe
Mukit started Year 7 late after moving into the area. He did not know anybody and was still learning English but settled in really well and has quickly made friends. He works hard, is always polite and respectful with lots of positive feedback from staff.
Mukit performed a song in assembly that he learned in C&V ‘Sign2Sing’ lessons. He fully embraced the singing and sign language, leading the rest of his class.
He was fantastic! Well done Mukit.
Connie (Year 8) nominated by Mrs Fielding
I would like to nominate Connie Woods for the Book of Excellence.
Connie has got a fantastic attitude to learning. She is always positive in her PEP4U meetings.
Connie follows the Radclyffe School respects at all times. Her attendance is good and she has only got positive logs.
Well done Connie!
Izzy (Year 9) nominated by Miss Chapman
Izzy consistently has a very high attitude to learning, is making outstanding progress and completes all her work to a high standard. Izzy has a 100% home learning record for Geography and goes above and beyond in the work she produces. She is also a very independent learner and catches up with any work missed.
Well done Izzy.
Thahmima (Year 10) nominated by Miss Roman
This is for Thahmima’s sustained effort and attitude to learning in lessons over the past few weeks.
Her positive attitude to succeeding in her exams and her willingness to participate in lessons.
Well done Thahmima!
Georgia (Year 11) nominated by Mr Nash
This nomination is for the sheer amount of hard work and effort that Georgia is putting into her GCSE revision. She has been coming back for extra revision once a week for the last few months and producing work over and above what I have asked her to do.
Georgia is always asking for extra exam questions to do and is showing an exceptional Attitude to Learning in lessons.
Well done Georgia.