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Student of the Week – Issue 72

Student of the Week – Issue 72


Kashan Malik
Kashan Malik
Student of the Week – Issue 72
Key Stage 3

Imogen 7 Elm – Imogen is a hardworking and conscientious student who has made an excellent start to her BMS journey. She has an excellent attitude to learning, over 250 achievement points, excellent attendance and punctuality.  He teacher often comment on her brilliant work ethic and focus.  Imogen is also contributing to the wider school community, most recently by taking part in the Musical Theatre Gala, performing a fantastic duo from Matilda – a definite future star in the making!  Well done for all your efforts, we are very proud of you!

Key Stage 4

Tyler 10 Willow  – Tyler is making great strides on his GCSE journey at Bushey Meads.  His excellent attitude to learning is reflected in his most recent assessment.  Tyler has over 300 achievement points, excellent attendance and always gives his best in lessons.  Tyler also contributes to the wider school community, a great sportsman – representing the school at Basketball fixtures.  Keep up the excellent work Tyler and no doubt you will reap the rewards at the end of your GCSE journey!

Key Stage 5

Pavit 12 Maple – Pavit is one of our extremely hard working Year 12 students.  He is currently studying hard in preparation for his PPE’s.

He is also a prefect and has other duties which he performs throughout the school.  Keep up the good work Pavit!

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