Our Science department have recently launched their “Scientist of the Week” scheme.
Each week, every Science teacher will nominate one Key Stage 3 and one Key Stage 4 pupil to be named ‘Scientist of the Week’. Winners will receive a certificate along with pride of place on the ‘Scientist of the Week’ display board on the Science corridor, as well as a mention on the ‘big screens’ in school, the website and the Facebook page!
This week’s winners are:
|Teacher||KS3 Student||KS4 Student|
|Ms Phillips||My KS3 ‘Scientist of the Week’ is Salim Swatiwal for outstanding effort in Biology over the past few lessons (answering questions and producing excellent work).||My KS4 ‘Scientist of the Week’ is Amaan Khan for improved effort and behaviour in Physics.|
|Mr Gurran||KS3 – Jasmine Hagan – Biology – Consistently good attitude to learning and effort.||KS4 – Gohar Shafia – Chemistry – Good attitude and application in practical and theory.|
|Mr Churcher||Ks3 – Lidia Graff – Great extended pieces of writing.||Ks4 – Ali Ali -Perseverance.|
|Ms Burgin||KS3 – Gul Yshak Y7 – Excellent effort and trying to improve by completing own revision project at home.||KS4 – Fiza Kamran Y9 – Excellent revision techniques demonstrated during recent assessment.|
|Mr Caddy||Candice Cooper – Excellent work during light lesson.||Chloe Blades – Hard work as always.|
|Ms Devine||KS3 – Dana Cousins – Always asking for guidance to achieve her very best.||KS4 – Cherrie-Ann Edwards – Preparing well for exams both in and out of class.|
|Mr Duroe||KS3 – Yosra Alenzai – Constant effort and contributions to lessons.||KS4 – Chloe Banks – Exceptional effort during revision.|
Congratulations to all our winners!