Oak House Update: High Achievers 

Oak House Update: High Achievers 


Andrew Symeou
Andrew Symeou
Oak House Update: High Achievers 

It has been great to see all of our students back in lessons and taking advantage of the outstanding extracurricular activities on offer. This has once again provided students with an opportunity to gain additional reward points and work their way up to gaining high achiever awards. 

Highest Oak Achievers by Year group: 

  • Year 7: Albert Dinu Juravle 
  • Year 8: Carter Charvonia 
  • Year 9: Kushi Doshi 
  • Year 10: Anton Brown 
  • Year 11: Isaac Nesbeth 
  • Year 12: Nathan Marriot 
  • Year 13: Khushali Pabari 

Oak House students, and all students in the school should be commended for their efforts in settling back into school routines. It is clear that students missed the social aspect of being back in face to face lessons and this week’s theme of the week ‘Friendship’ is fitting for a time in which students are re-establishing positive relationships with their peers. In this week’s house assembly, students were able to reflect on what makes a positive friendship as well as enjoying a fun theme of the week activity that involved CD groups dancing in celebration of international dance day. 

Having spoken to several Oak House students, they are particularly excited about taking part in more competitive inter house events such as sports day and are relishing the challenge of taking on Ash house and claiming the sports day house cup. 

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