Monday 8th May 2017
It has been another great week for pupil achievements, which I have the pleasure of sharing with you.
Miss Harley has been fantastically impressed with Year 7 yet again this week, with 98% Attendance and 532 Achievement Points, keep up all the great work Year 7!
Mr Reardon also told me that Year 8 have been working very hard this week. Mrs Halliwell/Mrs Kyte's form in particular, have had a very successful few days. 8W have topped the achievement points table this week with an impressive 91 points. In addition to that, they have also recorded no behaviour points as a form. A great group effort. An individual congratulations should go to Ciaran Prendergast this week, who has gained the most pupil achievement points for the second time this year.
Miss Gallagher told me that Years 7, 8, 9 and 10 have worked exceptionally hard in MFL lessons to use both French and Spanish when speaking to their teachers and their friends!
The following students have been crowned CHATTERBOX CHAMPIONS for Term 2B. Congratulations to all students.
Charlie Davies, Callum Fitzgerald, Jessica Maloney, Leone Longshaw, Aaron McNestry, Anatole Mfuni, Louise Travis, Charlie Davies, Jack Bragger, Gabriella Brown, Hannah Lancashire, Noah Lord, Reece Lamble and Annie Burnham.
Declan Murphy, Libby Wilson, Maisie Rafferty, Harry Jackson, Declan O'Shaughnessy, Nathan Hilton, Tom Pinder, Lewis Bowles, Lily Webster, Grace Atkinson, Gemma Unsworth and Nathan Else.
Caitlin Taylor, Keva Doherty, Millie Wrigley, Jodie O'Neill, Lexi Arkwright.
Alicia Davies, Ben Ewins, Conor Law and William Hewitt.
Libby Touhey, Maisie Hickey, Jessica Collins and Patrick Boardman.
Congratulations also to Mrs Kennedy's Chatterbox Champions: Peter Riley, Michael Doughty, Kiera Quinn and Natalie Howarth.
Mr Killen told me that he has had another great week in Art. Olga Markiewicz has produced a drawing of Jeanne Hebuterne, Modigliani's partner in the form of a letter from Modigliani and also produced her own interpretation of a painting of Lunia Czechowska that Olga has shown in blue to reflect the mood of the subject.
Posted by Mrs G Taylor on 10 May 2017
Category: Headteacher's blog