Here at Sir Thomas Boughey we are dedicated to recognising the outstanding achievements of our pupils.
Friday 24th April 2015
Year 8: Laura Moss & Alayiah Phillips
Laura Moss – excellent effort in Maths achieving 3rd in the class in the exam
Alayiah Phillips – excellent attitude and effort at climbing on Friday after school.
Year 9: Rebecca Smith & Jack Redman
Rebecca Smith – outstanding effort in her Science lessons producing an informative Level 8 standard smoking leaflet for her homework.
Jack Redman – selected to play cricket for Staffs County in Barbados and Jack performed really well whilst there.
Year 10: Hannah Brownsett & Courtney Bridgwood
Hannah Brownsett – working hard in Business Studies and PE and also Hannah has improved her attendance greatly at school.
Courtney Bridgwood – excellent effort in Chemistry.
Year 11: Tilly Jones & Jake Zoroch-Brereton
Tilly Jones – Does not always have a huge amount of confidence in Science but is working extremely hard and attending revision in order to improve her grades and this is working.
Jake Zoroch-Brereton – he is desperate to do well on a Higher Tier paper in Science from Set 3 and is producing some excellent results with homework. Jake is also putting in effort and making progress in Maths and English.
Friday 17th April 2015
Year 7: Jessie Meadon & Chloe Allport
Jessie Meadon – continued positive performance and progress in Maths.
Chloe Allport – positive performance and progress in Maths.
Year 8: Aleasha Burns & Joshua Rigby
Aleasha Burns – good work in Maths and RE.
Joshua Rigby – Good work in RE.
Year 9: Zoe Johnston & Lewis Bagnall
Zoe Johnston – great attitude and participation in tutor assembly.
Lewis Bagnall – great attitude and participation in tutor assembly.
Year 10: Paige Barthorpe & Savannah Matthews
Paige Barthorpe – funny, positive attitude, made everyone smile, never complained though sometimes she was scared whilst in Iceland. Paige is also working really hard in Geography theory lessons.
Savannah Matthews – diligent approach to revision and continuously giving 100% in health and social care. Mrs Deakin is most impressed.
Year 11: Grace Machin & Lydia Taylor
Grace Machin – has made good progress in Maths going from C grade to A grade. Grace is also working really hard in Geography and was lovely company in Iceland.
Lydia Taylor – working hard and has performed well on her controlled assessment in History.