Learners of the Week
This week we are recognising the students who have consistently been engaging with their online learning during the last half term of school. We have asked staff to provide overall winners from each year group and subject area.
Learner of the week 26 Feb 2021
Tristan Bent: consistent attitude to work, great answers during live lessons.
Kayleigh Blakemore: consistent attitude to work, great answers during live lessons.
Jasraj Aujla: enthusiasm and consistent effort in live lessons.
Hala Alramli: enthusiasm and consistent effort in live lessons.
Komalpreet Kaur: super answers about a democratic community.
Luke Groves: working well independently.
Leah Jones: working well independently.
Joud Kamel: working well independently.
Aqsa Ihsan: superb answers about misinformation.
Elisha Skelding: achieving a 100% score in PSHE.
Maggie Austin - nice verbal answers and good engagement with the new topic.
Aaliyah Khan - fantastic use of recall activity and extremely detailed analysis of music videos - excellent work!
Atul Singh - good response to a challenging exam question and great use of media language within the response.
Owen Skelding - good use of exam skills when answering an exam question.
Max Thompson - good advances with coursework and statement of aims, positive attitude towards this.
Melody Alves - fantastic 25-mark answer. Really well laid out and good use of key skills.
The following students have been nominated for attending every lesson, engaging in the lesson, and completing the work set.
Michael Chinoso Echeme
Grace Bullman - working hard and submitting assignments consistently.
Komalpreet Kaur - working hard and submitting assignments consistently.
Diljeet Kaur- working hard and submitting assignments consistently.
Katie Morgan working hard and submitting assignments consistently.
Michael Chinonso Echeme- -excellent contribution to lessons this week.
Parmbir Singh--excellent contribution to lessons this week.
Atul Singh- consistently producing high quality work and answering questions in lesson.
Chloe Pain- consistently producing high quality work and answering questions in lesson.
Albert Zyberi- excellent participation in lessons this week.
Bekim Fejzullai- excellent participation in lessons this week.
Rosen Baychev- for good observation of the British weather.
Holly Bryan - for excellent work about ice age in the UK and exploring what caused the extinction of the woolly mammoth.
Oskar Kuczowicz - for creating a digital map of his global connections and researching where our food is from.
Thomas Campbell - for an amazing research about the One Child policy in China and plotting his connections to the world on the map.
Porsha Marlow - for very detailed river basin diagram and active participation in the live lessons.
Brandon Simms - for improving attendance in live lessons.
Masawood Hakeem - for good work about human causes of climate change.
Jake Johnson - for the excellent attendance to live lessons.
Raghda Alramli - for amazing recall during the starter activities.
Tyler Thomson - for interpreting three population pyramids to conclude about the changes in India's demographics.
Denaya Blake- completing all work set to a high standard.
Teigen Hill - good focus and determination.
Giovanni Tchemany- always so enthusiastic, creative, and hardworking.
Sonali Paul- good focus and determination.
Kelvin Cera- great detailed responses in class questioning.
Nicola Gronek - consistent approach and high level of work always completed.
Amarachi Amosike - for online engagement and commitment to her studies.
Connah Howell - for online engagement and commitment to her studies.
As part of promoting reading and the importance of reading, years 7-10 are accessing two online reading platforms:
Years 7 and 8 - Read Theory
Years 9 and 10 - CommonLit
We want to recognise the students who are using the platforms to read well and often. The English Department will nominate the students who should be recognised for their reading achievements using these online platforms. Names will be updated each week.
Read Theory Teacher Nominations:
CommonLit Teacher Nominations: