Learners of the Week

Wednesday, 11th March 2020

Learners of the Week

Congratulations to all our Learners of the Week.

 

The Learners of the Week for last week are …………..

 

 

Year 7:  Matthew G. Matthew was nominated by Mr Burns who said: “He is fantastic in PE – 100% effort every lesson. Matthew has taken on the role of leading warm ups for small groups and he is brilliant at motivating them and getting them ready for activities.

 

Year 9: Jess Y, nominated by Ms Brownlee because she overcame her nerves and sang solo in the class performance of the Kings of Leon classic “Use somebody”. Great voice and great attitude!

 

Year 10:  Oliver R nominated by Mr Thompson. In Citizenship Oliver competed a research project at home after losing the work done in class, presented to the class and included a quiz to recap key points. Went above and beyond what was asked and took real pride in his work.

 

Year 11: Holly K nominated by Mrs MacFarland – she has shown a great attitude in history recently, really engaging with lessons and making the most of the Walking Talking mocks to consolidate her knowledge and understanding.

 

Year 12: Thomas S nominated by Mrs Dawson for an excellent grade in his recent Gas Exchange test. Thomas is extremely proactive with the work he does outside of class and this is evident in his answers. Well done Thomas!

 

Year 13:  Caitlin P nominated by Mrs Robinson –BTEC applied science.  Worked hard on assignments for portfolio unit –acts on feedback, self motivated and always finds time to support others in the group.

 

The Head teachers Learner of the Week is Jess.

 

 

 

  

 

Leaders’ plans to support the pastoral transition of pupils from primary school are thorough. Year 7 pupils with whom Inspectors spoke were positive about the school.

Ofsted 2018

Pupils’ social, moral, spiritual and cultural development is effective.

Ofsted 2018

The support for pupils with an education, health and care (EHC) plan is matched to their specific requirements. Consequently, these pupils typically make good progress and move on to next steps in education and employment.

Ofsted 2018

The strengthening of care and support has had a positive impact on most pupils. It was clearly visible when inspectors met pupils during the inspection. They demonstrated confidence as learners, and typically enjoyed positive interactions with one another and adults.

Ofsted 2018

Students’ outcomes are good. A significant proportion of students typically attain the highest grades, including at A* to B, at A Level.

Ofsted 2018