Year 11 prefect, Emily Lands, has been awarded 'Student of the Month' for April 2019.
Emily has been at Newton Abbot College since Year 7; her dedication to her studies, prowess on the sports field and friendly and charming personality will ensure that she is a force to be reckoned with in the future. What better way to end her GCSE year than with a well-deserved accolade? Huge congratulations from all of us at Newton Abbot College and good luck with your GCSE results!
Team Leader of Religious Education
“Emily is a dedicated food student who consistently strives for excellence in everything she does. She is a cheerful member of the class and is always willing to help others. Her enthusiasm is infectious; she is constantly curious and she can always pose an interesting question.”
M Kemp, Team Leader of Design and Technology
“Emily is a confident, mature and dedicated student. She has strong relationships with staff and students and is open and friendly to all that cross her path.”
A Manhire, Teacher of English
“Emily puts an incredible amount of effort into her Maths. She has been at almost every revision session since the start of the year and spends extra time on homework to make sure she understands how to do the problems. She also has a great positive attitude - when she comes into a lesson she is cheerful; especially since her Maths has ‘clicked’ this year!”
Teacher of Mathematics
“Emily is a determined individual who gives nothing but her best in everything that she does. She is ambitious and knows what she wants from her education, future and life and nothing will get in her way to stop her from achieving it. She excels herself in lessons and on the sports field. She is committed to her studies as well as to sport in and out of College. In College she has been a valued and strong member of many sports teams but especially netball and rounders. In lessons, she never gives up and is an excellent motivator of others and has a real competitive side to everything she does. She continually works hard and is an absolute pleasure to teach and will go far in life. She is a role model to others and deserves all the success and luck for her future aspirations.”
R Gibbs, Teacher of Physical Education