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Student of the Week – Issue 28


Kashan Malik
Kashan Malik
Student of the Week – Issue 28
Key Stage 3

Stanley 7 Sycamore – Stanley is at the top of the leader board for the most achievement points in Year 7!  Stanley is a hard working a conscientious student who give his best in all his lessons.  This is reflected in his outstanding Autumn Term Report, where his has ATL scores are all very good or outstanding!  Well done for such a great start to your Bushey Meads journey, we are very proud of you!

Key Stage 4

Shantae 10 Sycamore – Shantae has a great start to KS4, being in the top 10 for achievement points in Year 10!  Shantae has an excellent attitude to her learning but also contributes to the school community in a variety of ways, including joining the new reading mentors scheme.  Shantae’s teachers describe her as ‘being awesome’ and ‘going the extra mile’.  Shantae also has excellent attendance and most importantly a positive attitude, all the perfect ingredients for the recipe to success! Keep up all the hard work!

Key Stage 5

Noor-Ul-Ann has been nominated by Deputy Head of Sixth Form, Mrs Timotheou for working tirelessly in preparation for her PPE’s which are taking place this week and continuing into next week.  It is wonderful to see Noor-Ul-Ann working in collaboration with her peers, being supportive and encouraging during the exams.  Well done!

 

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