Headteacher’s Values Award Winner: Amy Jennings
The Headteacher’s Values Award was presented to Amy Jennings. Amy, in Year 11, was nominated by Mr Moore and Mrs Southgate, who wrote: “Amy has shown a monumental improvement in her attitude towards her studies since her return after the summer break. It has been noted by both myself in theory lessons, and Mrs Southgate in practical lessons how dedicated and determined Amy has been to show what she is really capable of.
“In her recent Aim Higher assessment Amy has produced an excellent response gaining full marks. It has shown Amy to be a very capable student who has clearly listened to feedback regarding both how to structure her answer and the detail required. During her practical athletics lessons, and the visit to Eastbourne, Amy really stepped up and showed the desire to be the best she can be. Recently in her hockey lessons (that Amy has found difficult in the past) she has remained resilient and has been noted as someone who has made marked improvement.
“This positive attitude towards her studies will undoubtedly improve Amy’s chances of finishing the year with a grade that is far more deserving of someone as capable and talented as she can be. Well done from a very proud Mr Moore and Mrs Southgate.”
Well done to Amy who joined Richmond School from Trinity Academy in Year 7.