Wall of Fame – Lockdown Learners

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This page is to recognise the fantastic learning that students at The Purbeck School have been completing during the ‘Lockdown’ period. If you have produced an excellent piece of work, put in exceptional effort, or gone ‘above and beyond’ we want you to be recognised. Therefore, your name will appear on this wall, with the reason behind the posting – we will update the wall on a weekly basis. Once your name is on the wall you will be entered for a weekly draw where you could win the ‘Lockdown learner of the week’ and be sent a £10 voucher. Good luck and keep learning.

 

Wall of Fame students for the week ending 29th January are:

Lilly Goodwin, Y7 – Excellent level of detail in her Food Technology work. Well done and keep it up!

Mason Loveless, Y7 – Completing all of his English work really well, in particular an excellent interview with the landlady character.

Aris Roman, Y7 – Incredible dedication to learning vocabulary for Spanish through Memrise. Consistently scoring the highest points in his year group.

Florence Treves, Y7 – Consistently producing work to a high standard in Maths.

Mia Vernal, Y7 – Fantastic work in Maths!

Kieran Barton, Y8 – Excellent French work consistently. Kieran is always pushing himself to achieve more and more every lesson.

Ella Butler, Y8 – For her mini quiches and salad  made in addition to completing her Food Tech work. Well done Ella!

Emma Corrini, Y8 – Emma has created a fantastic PowerPoint for Design Technology with details of her research, specification and initial ideas for a fold-down/dismantlable work station designed to enable people to work from home more easily.

Matthew Foley, Y8 – Excellent work in Food Technology.

Honey Jenkins-Barbosa, Y8 For excellence in Science.

Lara McCarthy, Y8 – Outstanding notes and engagement in Geography again this week, and a top scorer in her teams assignment!

Isabel Milmer, Y8 – Isabel works very hard in for Food Technology to complete all work set to the best of her ability and is an active member of the class every week. Well done!

Alfie Taylor, Y8 – For excellence in Science.

Annabell Tubbs, Y8 – Fantastic contributions in today’s Geography lesson.  We were discussing factors effecting a countries development and she had some great ideas and contributed them throughout the entire live lesson.

Isobel Derrick, Y9 – Excellent work in Food Technology.

Ollie Evans, Y9 – Earning two praises this week and completing TTRS and MemRi.

Megan Fenech, Y9 – Earning two praises this week and completing TTRS and MemRi.

Annabelle Goodwin, Y9 – Outstanding effort and achievement with her Of Mice and Men assessment.

Freya Griffiths Hughes, Y9 – Excellent work in History on the Rise of Stalin and Life in Stalin’s Russia.

Marina Peirce, Y9 – For excellence in Science.

Sidney Pole, Y9 – Earning two praises this week and completing TTRS and MemRi.

Erin Potter, Y9 – Continued excellence in English.

Joseph Slowther, Y9 – Excellent work in History on the Rise of Stalin and Life in Stalin’s Russia.

Dominique Smith, Y9 – Earning three praises this week and completing TTRS and MemRi.

India Smith, Y9 – Earning two praises this week and completing TTRS and MemRi.

Daniel White, Y9 – Excellent work in History on the Rise of Stalin and Life in Stalin’s Russia.

Aspen Crtichell, Y10 – Earning three praises this week and completing two or more MemRi.

Dexter Davids, Y10 – Fantastic effort in Biology lessons this week – He was really proactive in carrying out some group research yesterday and led his group really well. He is also generally just fantastic at contributing thoughts to discussion and answering questions.

Matilda Dawson, Y10 – Fantastic theory work in Product Design.

Zamira Gates, Y10 – Earning three praises this week and completing two or more MemRi.

Sophia Gray, Y10 – Producing the best introduction to a piece of Health and Social Care coursework I have ever marked!

Seb Lyons, Y10 – Earning three praises this week and completing two or more MemRi.

Ashley Masters, Y10 – Earning three praises this week and completing two or more MemRi.

Sophie Meaker, Y10 – For excellence in Science and for her ideas and contributions with AIC.

Chloe Rose, Y10 – Earning three praises this week and completing two or more MemRi.

Rhys Smith, Y10 – Earning three praises this week and completing two or more MemRi.

Lillie Surrey, Y10 – Excellent independent study in Chemistry while learning about the Reactivity Series and for her excellent essay on how the causes of illness changed over time for History.

Mia Thomas, Y10 – Excellent essay on how the causes of illness changed over time for History.

Amy White, Y10 – Earning three praises this week and completing two or more MemRi.

Mabel Whiting, Y10 – Consistently gone above and beyond every English lesson, especially with reading out loud. Each lesson on An Inspector Calls that we require someone to read, Mabel is always one of the first to put herself forward.

Yaseen Ali, Y11 – Earning four praises this week and completing two or more MemRi.

Alice Boakes, Y11 – Excellent ‘Romeo and Juliet’ essays for English.

Felicity Carlyle, Y11 – Outstanding quality of her essays.

Olivia King, Y11 – Earning four praises this week and completing two or more MemRi.

Maddie Miles, Y11 – Earning four praises this week and completing two or more MemRi.

Tamzin Osborne, Y11 – Excellent ‘Romeo and Juliet’ essays for English.

Charlotte Randall, Y11 – Earning four praises this week and completing two or more MemRi.

Tyler Rigby, Y11 – Two excellent response to GCSE English literature exam questions.

Chloe Smithers, Y11 – Being punctual with the live Media lessons and always completing work to a good standard and for Earning three praises in Maths this week.

Orla Sullivan, Y11 – Being punctual with the live Media lessons and always completing work to a good standard.

Harvey Woods, Y11 – Two excellent response to GCSE English literature exam questions.

Grace Holmes, Y13 – Doing extra work in Psychology.

Ella Lewis, Y13 – Fantastic work in Maths!

Winner of the draw this week is: Mabel Whiting, 10LTD

Well Done!

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