Pupils were rewarded for their hard work throughout the final autumn term this week with special Award Assemblies held on the last day of term to celebrate their achievements.
Every year group was invited into their Year Award Assembly to receive certificates and prizes for 100% homework and attendance, progress scores, together with Form, Head of Year and Headteacher Awards. The assemblies are an enjoyable part of each term for the school, enabling staff to celebrate their pupils’ great success.
Assistant Headteacher, Mr Warham who presented all the awards, was really impressed with the significant improvements made by many pupils this year. He was also very impressed with our Year 7 and their numerous 100% Homework certificates together with some amazing Gold and Super Gold Progress Scores since September. Progress has been excellent, and it will be fantastic for pupils who achieved bronze and silver to progress and achieve a higher grade at the next awards assembly in the New Year.
The rewards assemblies are a chance to formally recognise the hard-work and high standards achieved by many of our pupils.’
Numerous Head of Year certificates were awarded together with the two nominated pupils receiving Headteacher Awards in recognition of their learning and achievements throughout the term. Learner of the Week award scrolls were also distributed to all Year groups.
As always, the assemblies are an enjoyable part of each term for the school, enabling staff to celebrate their pupils’ hard work. Mr Warham told all pupils in their assemblies to be very proud of their achievements and to return after the Christmas holiday to be committed to try and improve even further.’
During each assembly Headteacher Mr Hankin congratulated all recipients receiving award certificates but also encouraged all pupils to give every effort to their future learning.
Each Year group received recognition with Form Awards. Recipients this term were Year 7: Lucy Keating and Aadam Timol-Wood (7C); Demi Kilpatrick and Zara Mohmed (7O); Melisa Polizzy Carbonelli and Macy Singleton-Martins (7R); Alice Dalmeida and Oliver Dewhurst (7P); Ola Fracz and Theo Westwood (7U) Ava BradshawReegan Woodruff (7S). Year 8: Ryan Monk and Shana Tamm (8C); Ella Rose Bennett and Hamzah Khan (8O); Amara Ashall and Ayaan Malji (8R); Rayan Ghiate and Nadia Rybacka (8P); Zakariya Ali and Bailey Moyles (7U) Millie OrtonRakesh Reddy Nallamilli (8S). Year 9: Luke Newsham and Kodi Simons (9C); Yahya Patel and Isabelle Reid (9O); Eva Dawson and Logan Smith (9R); Pason Hamdard and Siyanna Haq (9P); Alexander Brown and Tabasom Haydari (9U); Bethany Dowd and Muhammad Moosa (9S). Year 10: Chloe Cowperthwaite and Odion Obamwonyi (10C); Nathan Ellis and Thomas Kesketh (10O); Elissa Kane and Qamar Munir (10R); Chloe Cross and Harley-Jayden Nagy (10P); Dan Honeyman and Karolina Grabkowska (10U); Kuljit Kaur and Malachai McDowell (10S). Year 11: Bakir Al-Azzawi and Michaela Woodruff (11C); Kausar Alli and Hamayon Payaman (11O); Seranne Gregory and Minesh Patel (11R); Adam Baran and Charlotte Coing-Roy (11P).
There were also the very special and prestigious awards for both a boy and girl pupil for Year 7 – Head of Year: Mohammed-Faizan Ayub (7U) and Flavia Rodrigues (7R). Headteacher Award: Kayden Tachtai (7S) and Maisie Alesbury (7R). Year 8 – Head of Year: Casey Reid (8O) and Molly Wilson-Barker (8S). Headteacher Award: Warisali Natha (8O). Year 9 – Head of Year: Kian Cross (9O) and Shelby Kirkby (9U). Headteacher Award Saba Azizi (9P) and Patryk Jackowski (9S). Year 10 – Head of Year: Aaron Alty (10C) and Evi Osiriomo (10P0. Headteacher Award Millie-Ann Kirkpatrick (10C) and Luke Orton (10R). Year 11 – Head of Year: Raymond Trigwell and Miers Rixson (11R). Headteacher Award Lewis Sheliker (11C).
Pictured are Year 7 receiving their multitude of awards and the traditional celebratory waving of their certificates.