Year 7 Shout Outs

Their first year of secondary school is not what our year 7s imagined, but I am overwhelmed with the amount of determination and resilience they have shown to make this unprecedented time as good as it can be.

Mr Mincher said – “Our ethos in year 7 is to show leadership, help each other, be successful and be happy. I am so pleased to see so many stories of our year 7’s showing this. It is a testament of the character of all our year 7 students. A huge well done. Can I also take the time to thank all the Parents/Carers and Key Workers for your support through this time. Our school community really is a special one.”

Below is a list of shout outs from their teachers.

  • Sanjana Chohan –Excellent work in music on all assignments.
  • Chanda Sandhu – Excellent work in music on all assignments.
  • Tegan Beech100% in music test and outstanding work for Samba music
  • Jahlee Gordon– Excellent work on guitar studies.
  • Kieran Wilkes – Excellent online work in music and fabulous effort always.
  • Marco Jansen –Excellent work on all areas in music, great presentation skills and extended research on world music.
  • Priyadeep Kaur– Excellent work on guitar and samba tasks.
  • Kobi Hollyhead – Great time management skills in music in meeting deadlines and great effort always.
  • Zac Tobin – Excellent independent topic research for music.
  • Parissa Abbbassi –  Excellent presentation skills for music work.
  • Nikita Bangerh –  Excellent presentation skills for music work.
  • Yu Tao Xue –Great work on guitar skills.
  • Lawen Hussain – Excellent peer support in online learning in music lessons and great work handed in.
  • Sanjot Singh –Great work in music.
  • Liam Spittle – Great work on guitar task.
  • Anya Detheridge – For her independent study on the Manic street preachers’ assignment for music.
  • Louis Cownley – Creating an excellent Rugby Stadium out of cardboard.
  • Simran Paul – Excellent presentation skills when made a presenter on teams.
  • Ta’Kayia Mackenzi – Excellent debate skills in Integrated.
  • Leo Thompson – Enthusiasm and dedication to the PSHE topics.
  • Chelsea Campbell – Been in school but always with such a positive cheerful attitude, kept great spirits in the odd time. A thank you to her really.
  • Ricardo Watkins – Has engaged excellently with science online and has contributed information above and beyond the work set.
  • Ricardo Watkins – To the celebration assembly, he has been fantastic this term, his work ethic and the quality of his written work is beyond my expectations for year 7!
  • Phoebe Thompson for resilience and trying really hard not to give up
  • Harvey Walker , Sophie Davis , Reanna Salam , Harrison Khan , Megan Cox Ricardo Watkins , Callum , Lexie Stokes –  For being absolute superstars, never giving up and trying really hard all of the time.
  • Fabian    7y4, Chelsea  7y4 , Ethan , Corey, Leah , Leon Maths and Art, Summer , Nevayah – Maths , Louis – Maths  , Simarpreet    – Trying really hard.
  • Ethan Mangwiro , Chelsea Campbell , Cleo Aborayya– For continued hard work and positive attitude in key workers.
  • Simran Paul – Who is a delight to have in my form, she participates, is (always) positive and tries her best to be punctual and ready to receive any communications in form time.
  • I set them a project to design an eco-friendly house and explain the science behind it with insulation and renewable energy. These 7 produced lovely work:
  • Parisa Abbasi
  • Nikita Bangerh
  • Shreya Patel
  • Simran Sandhu
  • Bhakti Vyas
  • Lexi Walker
  • Yu Tao Xue
  • Devontae Higgins teamed up with his younger brother Daejaun to make the video, which explains the correct way to perform CPR if someone has stopped breathing.
  • Balhaar Sandhu = For his brilliant creation story
  • Ricardo Watkins = Excellent engagement in his IS lessons
  • Tegan Beech, Tyler Roden = Engagement in lessons
  • Ta’Kayia Mackenzi, Diana Putane and Adam Rehman = superb creative writing in English.
  • Could I nominate Holly May Smith and Chantelle Dickens for excellent performances in Online Drama Club.
  • Liam Biddle – For 100% engagement in every single English lesson this half-term and for sharing his insightful poetry analysis skills.
  • Suraj Sandu – For endless enthusiasm in English this half-term and for always being cheerful and polite!
  • Anya Detheridge – For wonderful, detailed and thoughtful answers in English.
  • Lawen Hussain – For always trying really hard and for improving consistently in English.
  • Vanessa Onyeukwu – For always producing ambitious and detailed answers.
  • Holly-May Smith – For always contributing answers and for showing infectious enthusiasm for poetry.
  • Chione Ross – Producing some excellent PSHE work on Mental Health.
  • Aleksandra Boridina, Adam Rehman and Kayleigh Enefer for always making an incredible effort in maths during Remote Learning.
  • I’d like to add Harley Brookes for taking the lead on reading out loud Harry Potter which is our form book. He is always so engaged during form and always happy to log in and speak to everyone.
  • I could go on with the rest of my class as they are all doing amazing but these contribute consistently in the lessons giving brilliant answers as well as being helpful and kind
  • Simran Paul
  • Alisha Mahay
  • Tina Bangerh
  • Emily Copping
  • Karandeep Bains
  • Khalisa Jabar
  • Chantelle Dickens
  • Liam Spittle
  • Amira Matloob – For producing an amazing sculpture of a turtle using recycled plastic for her Water Pollution project.

These students have been fantastic, producing quality artwork at home and consistently meeting all deadlines.

  • Kayleigh Enefer
  • Destiny Ingram
  • Diana Putane
  • Adam Rehman
  • Maisie Skitt

 

  • Parisa Abbasi – for representing our form (7PB) with her beautiful ks3 entry to the baking competition. A lot of time and effort went into the cake and this really showed.
  • Lexi Walker – For smashing Mr O’Keeffe’s weekly challenge. Winning a McDonalds.