Student of the month january 2018 scarlett pead

Year 9's Scarlett Pead has been awarded Student of the Month for January 2018.

Scarlett is a hugely talented performer and a dedicated and enthusiastic student. The comments below only go to show what a worthy winner she was. Congratulations, Scarlett!

Mr Cornish presenting Scarlett with her award
Mr Cornish presenting Scarlett with her award

“As both Scarlett’s tutor and English teacher, I can say Scarlett is always a very pleasant person to have in the room. In class, she is incredibly helpful to students around her and always completes her own work to an excellent standard. In tutor time, Scarlett is a polite and friendly member of C2; again being kind and considerate towards others and often guiding those around her to make more positive choices.”

D Chambers, Teacher of English and Tutor

“Scarlett is a very conscientious and hardworking student. She is always looking to improve her work and has made great progress in science. A delight to teach, so a well-deserved award.”

Dr S Boulton, Teacher of Science

“Scarlett is always an enthusiastic and conscientious student. She is making real progress in her lessons and will always converse with me solely in Spanish to help her continually improve. She learns from her mistakes, asking sensible questions to help facilitate her learning. She is a real pleasure to teach and to have in my class.”

H Brown, Team Leader of Modern Languages

“Scarlett is always willing to try new musical challenges with enthusiasm and determination in her lessons. Scarlett seems at her happiest on stage, and is first to put her name down to perform at the schools shows.”

C Tebbutt, Teacher of Music

“Scarlett has made a superb start to the Business Enterprise & Marketing course and she is clearly a young entrepreneur in the making. She is currently working on some great ideas for this year’s Tenner Challenge and Scarlett has already shown real leadership skills in managing her colleagues within the team and demonstrating a real desire for them to be professional in their approach.”

J Leet, Team Leader of Business Studies