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, their success recorded in the book for everyone to see. The pages build up an archive of distinction through the year.

Maryam (Year 7) nominated by Mrs Radcliffe

I’d like to nominate Maryan for the Book of Excellence.

Maryam works so hard in every lesson, answering every question and always trying her best. Her book is full of PROUD work.

Maryam has a fantastic attitude to learning and always follows the Five Respects, an excellent role model to her peers.

Well done Maryam.

Safa (Year 8) nominated by Mrs McCannon

I’d like to nominate Safa for the Book of Excellence.

Safa always attends her PEP4U meetings with a smile and a positive attitude. She works hard and is making good and outstanding progress in the majority of subjects.

Sofa has got excellent attendance and all positive logs. She is an excellent role model to others.

Well done Safa

Tasneem (Year 9) nominated by Mrs Black

I nominate Tasneem for the Book of Excellence.

Tasneem always tries her best with her work and produces PROUD work to a high standard.

Tasneem is a very polite student who always models the five respects.

Well done Tasneem!

Sameena (Year 10) nominated by Mrs Imeson

I would like to nominate Sameena for the Book of Excellence.

She has assisted me in delivering five ‘Dementia Friends’ sessions as part of Dementia Awareness Week.

Sameena has helped make 130 new Dementia Friends and raise awareness of how to live well with this disease.

Sameena I am very proud of you.

Ryan (Year 11) nominated by Ms Bennett

I nominate Ryan for the Book of Excellence.

Ryan has been working very hard in Maths to achieve the highest grade possible.

Whilst consistently achieving the highest marks in the class on the practice papers, he has still been determined to achieve even higher and is putting in the effort to do so.

Well done Ryan!