Congratulations to Year 9 student, Miquel Bellvehi for winning Student of the Month for January 2017. Attending the College for only one academic year before returning to his native Spain, Miquel has quickly become a popular student who is a true ambassador for the College.
Reading the comments below, it isn't hard to see why he was such a worthy winner. Huge congratulations from all of us at Newton Abbot College, Miquel, and we shall miss you when you leave!
“Miquel is a visiting student from Spain who has joined the College for a year. His autumn term report was excellent, with Ps across the board from every subject and 100% attendance. All his subject teachers comment on how hard he works and how well he has settled in to the college. He has an excellent work ethic. He has got involved in the training for Ten Tors and attends Puzzle Club within the Maths department. He has also been chosen to represent the college at the Maths Challenge at Plymouth University. In the form group he is kind and considerate to other students and is always enthusiastic to take part in Tutor Group activities.”
C Pollard, Teacher of Modern Languages and Tutor.
“Miquel is a great role model for the college and other students. He works extremely hard in music and practises until he achieves his goals. He is a very well mannered student he always respects other students within the class. He is eager to learn and consistently puts in maximum effort.”
R Wilkinson, Team Leader of Music and Performing Arts.
“Miquel has made an astonishing start to his History GCSE. His written work consistently displays a very mature depth of understanding and he is able to express his ideas in a very eloquent manner. His insightful and knowledgeable contributions in class continue to provoke interesting discussions and sets a high standard for others to aspire to.”
K Dowling, Team Leader of History.
“Miguel is an outstanding student. He is conscientious and organised. He meets all deadlines and puts a huge effort into all tasks. Miguel asks relevant questions and is genuinely interested in learning. He is very polite and gracious in the way he talks to others. He deserves every success.”
S Shute, Team Leader of Religious Studies.