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.
Tanima (Year 7)
Nominated by Mr Taylor
I nominate Tanima Ali for the Book of Excellence.
Tanima is consistently achieving an Attitude to Learning of 6 in her tutoring sessions for English. She is enthusiastic, participates in the sessions and is polite and friendly.
Tanima has a great energy and is always encouraging other students and is positive at all times.
Well done Tanima!
Zara (Year 8)
Nominated by Mrs M Jones
Zara is near the end of the textiles rotation and her practical work together with her attitude to learning in class is beyond outstanding. She is very creative and not only produces the highest quality of work, but has a positive influence on those around her and quite often guides the other students in the class as a Textiles Expert.
I am more than delighted that she has chosen to continue with Textiles at KS4 and I can’t wait to see what beyond outstanding work she will achieve.
Halima (Year 9)
Nominated by Mrs Chadwick
Halima is a delightful student who is always willing to go ‘above and beyond’ in her role as Humanities Ambassador. In addition to making suggestions, working independently on projects and leading other students, Halima is constantly offering her support to staff in a variety of useful ways. Her friendly nature and ever present smile is contagious.
She is a great role model for The Radclyffe School and a worthy recipient of the school’s highest accolade.
Jake (Year 10)
Nominated by Miss Thomas
Jake did exceptionally well in his PPEs and he also expanded his knowledge from the PPE to show his understanding further and created a program in Small Basic from the algorithm he produced in the exam – something we haven’t done in lesson.
He is doing extremely well and always shows 100% effort and dedication to his GCSE.
Well done Jake!
Saer (Year 10)
Nominated by Mrs McNiven
I nominate Mohammed Saer for the Book of Excellence.
He has shown a high level of respect for his own learning in Science throughout the year and this has increased further during this period of PPE revision.
I hope this diligence is rewarded in the PPEs.