I am delighted to inform you that Cameron has been selected as the Principal’s Student of the Week. This nomination has been made by Mr Avery, Head of Computer Science.
Cameron has been nominated for his dedication to Computer Science and the amount of work and research he does around the subject. Cameron recently undertook some work using maths and the programming language Python. The graphs he produced and the work he did were very impressive and will certainly aid his ambitions of becoming a Quantitative Researcher.
Cameron clearly enjoys and excels at Computer Science. We are very proud of his dedication and ability in this subject. Well done Cameron!
This recognition will be placed on our school website. I hope you will share in this celebration of Cameron’s achievement.
Freya has been selected as Principal’s Student of the Week this week.
This nomination has been made by Miss Wicks, Freya’s Science teacher. Miss Wicks says “Recently Year 9 have been learning some challenging concepts in GCSE Chemistry and Freya has approached these with a growth mindset. Freya always asks for help, listens carefully and uses the feedback to make progress.
Freya demonstrates an excellent attitude towards her studies in Science. Well Done!”
I am delighted to inform you that Harry has been selected as the Principal’s Student of the Week. This nomination has been made by Miss Timms, Head of Year 7.
Harry has been nominated for his consistent politeness and manners towards staff and his peers. It has been reported to me by staff and students that he is always welcoming, diligent and caring. He will often ask about how others are feeling, how has their day been and offer a friendly smile every morning. He is always ready to learn. Harry is a shining example of a year 7 student with exemplary behaviour and a positive attitude at all times.
I am delighted to inform you that Lily has been selected as the Principal’s Student of the Week. This nomination has been made by Mrs Twyble, Head of Science.
Whilst on duty outside the school building, Mrs Twyble saw Lily arrive at school carrying bits of litter she had come across on her walk into school. Lily then deposited these in the bin outside the school entrance. We are immensely impressed with Lily’s attitude towards keeping her community litter free and an enjoyable environment for everyone. Well done Lily: we are very proud of your mature and caring attitude.
This recognition will also be placed on our school website. I hope you will share in this celebration of Lily’s achievement.
This nomination has been made by her English teacher, Miss Timms.
Ella has been an example to all of good practice in English. She is self-motivated, has high personal expectations & exhibits excellent effort. Her revision for ‘Macbeth’ and the upcoming mock exams in English is outstanding with extensive note taking and exemplary work in her exercise book.
Well done Ella; we are very proud of this excellent attitude and commitment to your studies.
Lee was nominated by Mrs Skinner.
Lee has been nominated for the support and kindness shown to a new student and others at SMCC. He has a very positive and mature attitude and is always willing to help where he can.
Well done Lee!
Harriet was nominated by Miss Reed for a Random Act of Kindness.
Harriet was nominated for the following reason: for always being very positive, contributing and helping her peers. We are very proud of Harriet for showing such kindness. It is a quality that we regard highly at SMCC and promote amongst our students and staff. Harriet has led the way with this culture of kindness this week and we are pleased that others have recognised it and nominated them.
Jasmine has been selected as the Principal’s Student of the Week.
This nomination was made by Ms Amy Somerwill, the Youth & Community Worker at the YMCA in South Molton. She says:
Jasmine is part of the youth group at the YMCA in South Molton and always puts herself forward to help others. Recently she went into the town and gave out little gifts of joy to the local people. Jasmine was the only young person who turned up to help and did a fabulous job. She has also helped write some fabulous grant applications for me. Jasmine is truly a super star.
This is a fantastic testimony from a member of the South Molton community and we are extremely proud of Jasmine’s attitude and commitment.
Well Done Jasmine!
Freddie has been selected as the Principal’s Student of the Week. This nomination was made by Mr Strickland in the PE Department.
Freddie demonstrated a great deal of maturity and support towards the other students who attended Rugby training last week. Mr Strickland was extremely impressed by his words and actions.
Well Done Freddie!