Penelope Smith, Armelle Leung, Elliot Unbekandt and Jonathan Dan
I exercise intellectual curiosity, and work independently, creatively and inventively
Penelope Smith, Armelle Leung, Elliot Unbekandt and Jonathan Dan, year 8, all competed in the Languagenut World Competition and finished 34 out of 193,039 students in the world. The top 50 students received a prize from Languagenut!Swavesey Village College
Raelie Ketley, Year 9, Sherbourne Fields School
Commitment to Achievement 3. I consistently out-perform students from similar contexts, and I am committed to continually improving my performance
Umair Khan, Year 5, Marshfield Primary School
I have a love for learning- “I wanted to do extra work because I felt like I needed to learn more and in maths I noticed that my work was not that good, in English my handwriting was not that good too so I decided to do homework so I can improve my reading skills, writing skills and now I’m addicted to learning although it takes time but that makes it even more fun.”
Completely unprompted, Umair has come in almost every day this week with a new piece of extra learning he has completed at home. He is showing great ambition to push himself to learn even more about all the topics we are studying in class. I really enjoyed reading that he feels “addicted to learning” now.