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.
Alex (Year 7)
Nominated by Miss Hunt
I would like to nominate Alex Lynch for the Book of Excellence.
Alex has made a fantastic start to Year 7, he is polite and respectful and has displayed exemplary behaviour.
Alex has been awarded six positive events within just four days, the highest in Year 7.
Well done Alex!
Raihan (Year 8)
Nominated by Miss Bennett
Raihan has made an excellent start to Year 8.
His attitude to learning is outstanding and he never fails to put 100% effort into his work.
Raihan always has a smile on his face and is happy to take on any challenge presented to him. He regularly answers questions and is eager to learn more.
Well done Raihan!
Maryam (Year 9)
Nominated by Mrs Thompson
I nominate Maryam Shah for the Book of Excellence.
Maryam has made an excellent start to Year 9. she has received six positive logs in four days.
Well done Maryam!
Shamima (Year 10)
Nominated by Mrs Chadwick
I nominate Shamima Begum for the Book of Excellence.
Shamima is exemplary in all respects. I have marked her book this weekend and am blown away by her superb attitude to learning. She is a delight to teach and is consistently excellent in lessons with her mature and enthusiastic approach.
Shamima is a pleasure to teach.
Haseeb (Year 11)
Nominated by Mr Davies
Haseeb created a well balanced programme for his Duke of Edinburgh’s award. He volunteered at his local mosque, attended a table tennis club for his physical section and Science Club for his skills section.
Haseeb was extremely enthusiastic throughout the award, especially on the walks and expeditions. He continually encouraged his fellow team members and used the maps, route cards, and compasses well. He also helped others with their tents and other equipment. I feel he would be an ideal candidate for the Silver and Gold levels of the award.