All students at SMCC with internet access should now be using Tassomai for Science work. If you as a parent would like a weekly progress report emailed to you, then please email Mrs Twyble (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your child’s name and your email address. If you do that, you will have access to the Tassomai Tree, a new way of checking progress. A video explanation is below. Tassomai can be done on any device.
Mr Lewis met with Josh and family this week (via Microsoft TEAMs) to present the Student of the Week accolade.
Since being on lockdown Josh has not only conscientiously attempted to keep up with his set, core school work and actively helped in raising and saying goodbye to a litter of 12 puppies, he also really stepped up last week while his dad was in hospital for 3 nights (NOT covid related). He did more jobs around the house than usual, helped prepare and cook meals, walked the dog and really supported mum around the house, in a time when they were all more anxious than usual. He even helped his little sister find a lost necklace when she was upset.
He has shown great resilience, maturity, understanding and kindness.
Some things must continue during lockdown and one of those is our Termly Principal’s Prize. Normally the winning students get to choose from a selection of family days out Crealy, Exeter Chiefs, Highbullen pamper package or similar, but this time they get a £50 Amazon voucher to spend. Well done everyone, your certificates will be presented when we are back in school.
Lower School Winner – Helena (pictured above on a family bike ride during lockdown) Helena has made a fantastic start to her time here at SMCC. She is the most polite and caring student that we have and has worked extremely hard in all subjects. She has a caring nature and regularly offers help to staff and students. She is an excellent role model to others and we are very proud of her.
Middle School Winner- Bethany (pictured running the family farm to keep those milk supplies coming)
Bethany’s consistent positivity and ready smile have a profound impact on everyone around her. Clearly, a student who is prepared to go above and beyond basic expectations, Beth approaches all tasks with the same excellent commitment. She is a fine role model and thoroughly deserves this recognition.
Also Nominated (Lower School)
Ryan has had an excellent year and has approached all aspects of life at school with enthusiasm and determination. He has gained a huge number of commitment points from all of his subjects showing his ability as a real all-rounder. Well done.
Finley has not looked back from having achieved the Principal’s Prize last term. He continues to work hard and to show a great attitude in his lessons. He has taken this great attitude into aspects of the college outside of the classroom too. Keep up the great work!
Ruby-Mae has worked consistently hard all year, embracing challenges and striving for the highest standards. Ruby-Mae not only works hard in the classroom but she embraces all aspects of life at SMCC with the same degree of enthusiasm and high standards. Keep up the great work.
Sasha is again nominated for the Principal’s Prize! This reflects her outstanding approach to school, consistently striving to achieve work of the highest standards. Well done Sasha.
Krystal quietly and efficiently gets on with her work. She is always willing to go beyond the minimum and produces class and homework that she can be truly proud of. Well done Krystal.
Also nominated (Middle School)
Emily has consistently impressed throughout her time at SMCC. Her positive approach to school life is great to see and we are very proud of her. Well done!
George is consistently a positive and enthusiastic student. He has really strived to make a positive impact on both his teachers and fellow students. Well done, George.
Aiden has quietly and consistently produced excellent work this year. This reflects his growing maturity and enthusiastic approach to learning and to school life in general.
Cameron is a kind, generous and hardworking student. He is always keen to embrace all aspects of life at SMCC, giving up his own time to raise money for the Poppy appeal this year as one example. His consistent positivity both in and outside of the classroom, is something he should be extremely proud of. A great model. Well done!
Annie is conscientious, thoughtful, and keen to do well. She quietly tries to get on with the work and likes to do things independently. She has been an excellent reliable help in the tutor group, always willing to take on responsibility and errands. She is one of life’s caring and dependable souls whose resilience shouldn’t be underestimated