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Student of the Week – Issue 31

Student of the Week – Issue 31


Kashan Malik
Kashan Malik
Student of the Week – Issue 31
Key Stage 3

Nathaniel 9 Oak – Nathaniel is a hardworking, dedicated and positive student, who always gives his best in all his lessons.  With excellent attendance, ATL scores and being in the top 10 for achievement points he is set to achieve his potential at BMS.  Along with this Nathaniel has been singled out as an excellent contributor during the Positive Minds workshops currently being run by Watford FC CSE Trust.  The lead facilitator identified Nathaniel as being a mature, sensible student who has been setting an excellent example to his Peers. Well done, we are very proud of you!

Key Stage 4

Caleb 11 Willow – Caleb has made an excellent start to Year 11 this term, having a positive, can do attitude, having good attendance and making sure he gets the most out of every lesson.  Caleb has grown in confidence and achieved so much during his journey at BMS and we are very proud of all his achievements. Well done Caleb, keep up the great work!

Key Stage 5

Katrina 13 Elm – A fantastic few weeks for Katrina who has received offers from all the universities she applied to.

Her hard work and dedicated studies have led her to this outstanding achievement in preparation for the next stage of her education.

Well Done Katrina.

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