Stars of the Week (29)
- Created on 17 May 2013
Shannon Wilson - over recent mentor sessions Shannon has organised younger students in the quiz and the memory game and has completed some paired reading to help another student with his literacy skills - well done Shannon.
Nathan Routledge and Harry Laidlaw - for their participation in the ‘All Shook Up’ performance at the Belgrade. Fantastic performance! Well done.
Chloe Blencowe and Sarah Robertson for their work with younger students in mentor time - especially preparing them for exams. Very much appreciated.
Hadley Mowe - for working really hard and making great improvements! Well done Hadley!
Callum Brown - for his effort in producing a short story as part of a wider mentor competition. He clearly put a lot of effort into this imaginative piece. We have forwarded it on to be judged alongside entries from other Colleges and hope it will be crowned the over all winner. Well done Callum
Jessica Chantler - for her behaviour, positive work attitude and contribution to her Mandarin lessons. Well done Jessica
Stars of the Week (28)
- Created on 13 May 2013
Tom Harris for his fantastic work experience. Tom spent his time at Hyundai on Fletchamsted Highway and his report from them is so positive…. ‘outstanding’ and ‘best person they have had on work experience’. Well done Tom.
Todd Whiteley and James Moynihan for their outstanding effort and determination in lessons.
EllieMae-French for her charity work at the weekend.
Aaron Clements for taking a really mature attitude to reading in lessons. He is reading `Al Capone Does My Shirts’ and has not been able to put the book down since he started reading it. It is great to see Aaron so enthusiastic about reading.
Stars of the Week (27)
- Created on 03 May 2013
Elicia Freemantle for successfully auditioning for the Quirky Kidz Agency with a piece from Wizard of Oz . The casting agent said she would be great in a period drama like Downtown Abbey!!
Taysharne Smith for representing the school at the Coventry School Athletics Championship last week and coming 1st in the 200m and 2nd in the long jump.
Adam Wilson for working very hard throughout the year in Maths and achieving an excellent grade in his GCSE. Well done Adam.
Harvey Powell for an outstanding performance in the Dance show.
Rachel Hewlett for the outstanding effort she put in to her mentor assembly this week. Thank you and well done Rachel.
Emily Angliss for recognition of her hard work across all subjects and her fantastic Geography home learning project.
The Equestrian Club
Megan Abbott (Whittle), Amy Bates (Leofric), Katie Masterson (Godiva), Natalie McQuiggan (Whittle), Hannah Russell-Yarde (Whittle) and Sophie Ison (Godiva), for all their efforts with the equestrian team this week. Thank you!
Sian Rainsley Picked For GB
- Created on 26 April 2013
Sian came 3rd in the British Championship for Duathlon (part of the National Series). She also qualified to represent Great Britain in a European Cup Race in France (Triathlon) in the Junior Age Group (16-19 years). An amazing achievement Sian—well done!
Stars of the Week (26)
- Created on 26 April 2013
Thomas Brew for choreographing and rehearsing with students from years 7-13 for next week’s dance show. He has done this in his own time, break, lunch and after school. Thank you Thomas.
Emily Cann for having a superb work experience placement. They said that she worked very well on all tasks, interacted well and was very mature throughout.
Samantha Romano and Lauren Howey for achieving a Grade A in their GCSE Maths exam. Well done both.
Simrandeep Kaur for achieving a Grade 'A' in her GCSE Maths exam. Well done to Simran.
Aaron Shiu for outstanding talent in music. Huge congratulations to Aaron who passed his Grade 5 piano exam.
Paige Bacon for her hard work, commitment and enthusiasm at her work placement. We have had some outstanding feedback from the manager! Congratulations Paige.
Ella Johnson for gaining player of the season for her hockey club. Well done Ella!