Effort Awards

Over the past two weeks, Years 7, 9 and 10 have all had their latest Effort Award assemblies.

Congratulations to the following students who have each been awarded first place (No1 in the effort rankings) for the latest data collections.

Year 7:

Chloe 7.5
Ethan 7.5
Rhian 7.6
Aaminah 7.1
Laura 7.5
Molly 7.2
Candice 7.1
Olivia 7.7
Alice 7.6
Siyaam 7.8
Sarah 7.5
Jenna 7.1
Charlie 7.5
Lana 7.6
Leoni 7.7
Isabelle 7.5
Sidra 7.2
Madiha 7.7
Samin 7.7
Ashley 7.8
Hannah 7.5

Year 9:

Yosra 9.2
Courtney 9.3
Vadims 9.6
Roger 9.5
Said 9.7
Wajeeha 9.4
Scott 9.7
Thasmar 9.4
Aisha 9.5
Danika 9.6
Emily 9.4
Nicole 9.5

Year 11:

Adiba 11.5
Yasmin 11.4
Zarina 11.3
Millie 11.3
Owen 11.1
Rachel 11.7
Xinyue 11.6
Blake 11.1
Jade 11.6
Anika 11.1
Samantha 11.7
Terri 11.2
Emily 11.4
Lauren 11.4
Kasey 11.3
Karolina 11.5
Zaibah 11.6
Megan 11.3
Sophie 11.2
Lauren 11.5
Ellie 11.5
Holly 11.1
Saarah 11.5
Zara 11.2
Charlotte 11.2
Nadia 11.2
Elise 11.3
Toni 11.1
Aaron 11.6
Nosheen 11.2
Tyler 11.8

 

Congratulations to the following students who, along with the above, were in the top 20 effort rankings:

Khezar 9.7
Ardonit 9.8
Callum 9.4
Jessica 9.5
Kenady 9.5
Lauren 9.8
Courtney 9.7
Alisha 9.8
Alice 9.8
Naomi 9.5

 

We would also like to congratulate the following students who have significantly moved up the effort rankings since the last collection:

Year 7:

Tyler 7.8 Moved up 61 places
Chloe 7.5 Moved up 58 places
Alina 7.4 Moved up 55 places
Perla 7.4 Moved up 55 places
Ethan 7.5 Moved up 54 places
Lukas 7.2 Moved up 54 places
Jonas 7.4 Moved up 49 places
Joseph 7.7 Moved up 45 places
Marek 7.5 Moved up 43 places
Julius 7.2 Moved up 40 places

 

Year 9:

Aneta 9.5 Moved up 43 places
Phoebe 9.5 Moved up 41 places
Daniel 9.1 Moved up 40 places

 

Year 11:

Samera 11.8 Moved up 82 places
Connor 11.8 Moved up 45 places
Bradley 11.1 Moved up 45 places
Tanya 11.8 Moved up 42 places
Jacob 11.2 Moved up 42 places
Sbah 11.5 Moved up 42 places
Gulrukh 11.6 Moved up 41 places

 

A big congratulations to all our achievers!

Netball Success!

A massive well done to all the girls involved in the netball fixture on Wednesday night: Our Year 7, Year 8, Year 9 and Year 10 teams all won their matches against St Pius. Staff at the St Pius were even commenting on the talent that we have here at Clifton Community School! Congratulations to all the girls who took part – we are very proud!

 

Year 8 Football Win

Having beaten Wickersley at home in their first game of the season, The Year 8 football team were eager to play the end of season encounter to see if they could do it again. After an even game with both sides playing exceptionally well, the team were able to pip their rivals to the post with a 2-1 win!

Jack won ‘Man of the Match’ with Kian and Nathan scoring our winning goals. It was a job well done in an entertaining encounter played in excellent spirit by both sets of players.

 

Students of the Week

Congratulations to this week’s ‘Students of the Week’

Emma 7.3, for the highest effort ranking in her form following last data collection

Finley 8.3 

Alisha 9.8, for achieving a high number of CFP’s

Dominik 10.3, who always does the right thing, attends English revision, cares about his education and wants to do his best

Holly 11.1, for 4 CFP’s in a week

 Forms of the week are: 7.8, 8.5, 9.8, 10.7, 11.1

Rotherham United Future Stars

We are pleased to announce that for the next 10 weeks, Rotherham United CST ‘Future Stars’ sessions will take place every Saturday at Clifton Community School!

 

 

 

Teen Tech 2015

On Thursday 12th March, 11 Year 8 students attended Teen Tech 2015 at Doncaster Racecourse.

TeenTech is an interactive experience designed to inspire young teenagers about careers in the contemporary world of Science, Engineering and Technology. The Y8 students had the opportunity to look at many of the exhibits there and all had the opportunity to have hands on experience on how science, technology and engineering can be used.

In the morning, the students had to design a gadget that would make life easier in the future; they came up with the idea of the flexi-phone which they then had to market and present to students from other schools. Our imaginative students were awarded with certificates for the “Best Gadget” !

In the afternoon, the students learnt about electric guitar design and how scientists designed the probes which are able to land safely on Mars – this activity saw the students designing parachutes which would allow an egg to safely land without breaking. The students were an absolute credit to the school and a fun day was had by all.

Futsal Fever!

Congratulations to the Year 8 and 9 Futsal team who played exceptionally well at the Futsal Tournament on Tuesday night. They won two of their games and finished 2nd overall, beaten only by the Wickersley team.  They represented the school excellently and we are very proud of their achievements!

Students of the Week

We would like to congratulate the following pupils who have all won “Student of the Week” for their year groups this week!

 

Lukas 7.2 for continued effort

Kelsi 8.8 for 4 CFP’s in 3 days

Scott 9.7 for consistent hard work and effort

Isma 10.2 for 3 CFP’s and settling back into school well

Adiba 11.5 for getting 100% in a maths exam

Forms of the week are:

7.4, 8.5, 9.8, 10.5 & 11.1

Congratulations to all our winners!

Hepworth Gallery Trip

On the 6th of March 2014, a group of students from Clifton Community School were invited to share their work at esteemed ‘The Hepworth Gallery’ along with other young people from

across the country. All of the groups, two from Rotherham, Brighton, Sheffield and Wakefield are participating in the international ‘Imagine’ project run by Professor Kate Pahl from the University of Sheffield.

The students, all girls from Year Seven upwards, got a chance to see the current exhibitions at the Hepworth and recreated them in interesting ways. In addition to this, each group shared an activity so by the end of the day they had analysed paintings, created representations of themselves on DVD cases, wrote letters to themselves for the future and fashioned a tree of resilience.

The girls also got to present their own work – something which was unique to the group. Each young person discussed one piece that they had created and how that represented their imagined better futures. The event was also filmed by a film-maker provided by the gallery! The project will culminate with a final exhibition at the Millennium Galleries in Sheffield.

We are very proud of the girls involved and all the hard work they have put into the project.

Well done to Jesica Gaborova, Aneta Zigova, Barbora Sabolova, Cyntia Tothova, Vanesa Tothova, Laura Slepcikova, Silvia Slepcikova, Perla Makulova, Karolina Varadyova, Vanesa Cechova, Janova Kvetoslava, Simona Sabolova, Laura Janova and Valeria Gaziova

Congratulations 7.8 – Attendance Winners!

Congratulations to 7.8, who have won the February Attendance Awards for Year 7!