Meet our 2021 World Class student qualified assessors

Meet our 2021 World Class student shadow assessors

Our World Class student assessors have all successfully undertaken the assessment process for their own school and will be assessing participating students virtually through virtual meetings and online communication.

 

Olivia Woods (right), Year 12, Salesian College, Chertsey

 

I am studying A Levels in Philosophy and Ethics, English Literature and History alongside an EPQ. Whilst training, I am looking forward to being able to share the tips and tricks that I wish I had known during my assessment last year! Over lockdown, I have learnt to knit and have made scarfs and toys for my family.

Anagha (left), Year 6, Sneinton Primary School, Nottingham
Anagha demonstrated World Class creativity in producing this profile (left)to introduce herself to the primary school students she will be assessing.

 

 

 

 

Antonio Seminara (right), Year 12, St Mary’s College, Hull

I am studying Maths, Further Maths, Chemistry and Physics. I am looking forward to getting to know everyone and seeing what projects the students come up with. Over lockdown, I have learnt that I can organise meetings with my friends to discuss topics that we are passionate about and that we all enjoy.

Nabrissa Badu (pictured left), Year 12, Sandringham School, St Albans

My name is Nabrissa Badu and I am in year 12 at Sandringham School in St Albans. I am studying English Literature, Politics and Psychology. As a trainee assessor I am looking forward to exploring all of the fantastic ideas the students put forward. One world class thing I have learnt about myself in lockdown is I can sew! I enjoyed making a few small items of clothing and some hair accessories and it was very therapeutic.

Mya Birdee (pictured right), Year 12, President Kennedy School, Coventry

I study Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. What I am looking forward to is developing skills of communication and team working to aid my ability to interact and cooperate with others to achieve a common goal. During lockdown, I have learnt the importance of keeping in contact with and checking up on my family and friends as even a small conversation can have a huge positive impact.

Harry Gilsenan (left), Year 12, President Kennedy School, Coventry

I am currently studying for A levels in History, Photography and Textiles. As a Shadow Assessor, I am looking forward to seeing how everyone adapts to the virtual assessment, as well as seeing what innovative idea

s the students come up with. Over lockdown I learnt that communication is a key part of our lives. I also learnt the art of corsetry and further developed my sewing skills .

 

Eesha Gupta, (right) Year 12, President Kennedy School, Coventry

I am currently studying Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Chemistry A-levels. I am looking forward to seeing all the amazing work that the students will submit and getting to know everyone! Over lockdown I learnt how to code using Python and have really enjoyed making computer programmes and watching them play out.

Gabriela, Year 6, Sneinton Primary School, Nottingham

My name is Gabriela. I live near school with my turtles, grandma, mum dad and brother. My mum is called Matgorzata, my dad is called Zbignian. My grandma is called Krystyna. My brother is called Nikolaj. My turtle is called Rasp and my other turtle is called Berry. I come from Poland. I also come from a large family. I hate carrots and lychee. But I do love tomatoes and raspberries. My favourite colour is red. My favourite food is caramel chicken from Chopstik. We live near Victoria City Centre. I like roses and going on road trips. My mum works as a support worker. My dad works as a driver. My grandma works as a cleaner but she will retire in two years. My birthday is in February 10th. My favourite season is summer. My hobbies are swimming and reading. My favourite book author is David Walliams.

Brooklyn (right), Year 6, Sneinton Primary School, Nottingham

My name is Brooklyn, I am 10 years old and in Year 6. I go to Sneinton C of E Primary School. My favourite subject is maths, I’m really good at it and always wanting to learn more. I have lots of friends and really enjoy school. I am a very sporty person that loves all kinds of sport. My most favourite hobby is playing football. My position is goalkeeper. I have been playing in goal for three years now. I’m a friendly person who makes friends easily and always try to be positive and make people laugh.

Ezrah (left), Year 6, Sneinton Primary School, Nottingham

Hi guys my name is Ezrah and I am in year 6 and I am a very good footballer and my school is Sneinton c of e primary school. I like English maths and PE. Also I like gaming and listening to music. I’m good at debating and I will bring confidence and a voice, I’m really good at problem solving.

Ahmad, Year 6, Sneinton Primary School, Nottingham

Nicola Rice (right), Year 12, Salesian College, Chertsey

My name is Nicola Rice and I am currently in Year 12 at Salesian College, Chertsey. I am studying Maths, Further Maths, Biology and Chemistry A levels. As a shadow assessor, I am looking forward to seeing all the creative responses to this year’s assessment task. Throughout lockdown, one thing I have learnt is that running is a very good way to keep myself motivated.

Josh (left), Year 6, Sneinton Primary School, Nottingham

Hello, my name is Joshua Ovienloba, and here are a few things about me. I like anime. My parents are from Nigeria but I was born in Britain. I like to draw. We’re now in national lockdown but I hope to see you soon after it ends.

 Ali Rehman, Year 12, Bluecoat Academy 6th Form

Subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Biology & Mathematics. As a shadow assessor, I am looking forward to meeting the other World Class students and am excited to be a part of this year assessment. Over this lockdown, I have picked up cooking as a hobby and now enjoy both learning and experimenting with new cuisine and recipes.

Zainab Ali, Year 11, Seven Kings School
My GCSE subjects are: Triple science, Art, French and History (along with the core three subjects of course). I am absolutely looking forward to meeting the students I shall be assessing and helping them to formulate their brilliant ideas! I hope that everything goes their way and that we can all enjoy each other’
s teamwork. One thing I have learned this lockdown is how to do digital art! I have always been keen in the creative subjects and the sciences, so I decided to see how much further I could push my art skills-even competing in various art competitions!

Shifaa (right), Year 12, Greenhead College

My name is Shifaa Rashid. I am currently a Year 12 student at Greenhead College, studying A-level English Literature, Physics, Maths and Further Maths. I am super excited to be training as an assessor as I will learn invaluable skills for the future. Also, the shadow assessors I had when I was completing the assessment process were extremely helpful and friendly, and I am happy that I have the opportunity to do the same.


Sarah Clayton (left), Year 13, St Mary’s College, Hull

I’m in year 13 at St Mary’s College in Hull. I am doing my a levels in biology, chemistry and maths. I’m really excited to see the ideas students will bring forward for the project and how they will work as a team with everything being online. I have learnt I can adapt to any situation and can now work very independently. (You can also meet Sarah via her video below).
Eltaf (right), Year 5, Sneinton Primary School
Hi, my name is Eltaf, I’m in Class 5 and I’m 10 years old. My

favourite subject is art and maths because it’s really fun! My favourite hobby is art because you can draw anything you want. I have two younger siblings, one is 7 and the other is 2. Me and my family like to go on nice walks because it’s really fun, and I have my own published poem about an alien.

Piyusha Avvula, Year 8, Seven Kings School, Ilford
My favourite subjects are Math, Science and Computer Science as they are really interesting subjects. I look forward  to working with other assessees and assessors and collaborating ideas as part of this project and I look forward to meeting them as well! One World Class thing I have learnt about myself in lockdown is that I am incredibly resourceful and independent and I have also learnt how to code using Python and I have truly enjoyed it and watching as the code plays out successfully!
Sarah Clayton, Year 13, St Mary’s College, Hull

Logan Hewit, Year 12, Sandringham School, St Albans

I’m in Year 12 studying History, Politics and Philosophy. I’m looking forward to training as an assessor as it will allow me to practice making quick yet important judgements under a deadline, teaching me to be more productive and efficient. I also hope to improve my communication and team working skills, which will both be greatly practiced through my correspondence between my Qualified Assessor and the students I’m assessing .

One World Class thing I learned through lockdown was that learning a new skill wasn’t as difficult as I thought, as I started to dabble in graphic design with no previous experience.  The first few pieces of art weren’t as terrible as I thought they were going to be!

Ryan (right), Year 5, Morley Newlands Academy, Leeds

Hi my name is Ryan. I’m 10 years old and I attend Morley Newlands Academy. I am originally from India but my family moved to the United Kingdom when I was 3 years old. My favourite subject in school is Maths and some of my interests are solving riddles and puzzles. I enjoy playing games with my family such as UNO, Monopoly, puzzles and building Lego. In my free time I like to draw the things I like, play cricket and watching like Bright Side and Fit Tuber. I cherish the time to see my friends and family being happy. I am looking forward to working with you all. Hope you have a good day, bye.

Nicole (left), Year 5, Morley Newlands Academy, Leeds

I am Nicole and I was born 10 years ago. Morley Newlands Academy is the school I learn at. I live with my Mum and Dad, who are polish, and I have 2 dogs. My dogs are both Yorkshire Terriers, both girls, one called Evie, who is nearly 4 months, and one called Pisha, who is eleven years old and a hamster called Bobby, who is nearly 5 months. I love spending time with my family, especially when we go on walks to the park with the dogs. I like finding out new things and I am passionate about swimming. I go on lifesaving sessions and stage 7 swimming. I have tons of friends and I get along very well. As I am very athletic and sporty, my favourite subject is PE and I can’t wait to learn more. When I am older I want to be a business woman, a primary school year 5 teacher or a street dancer.

Jess (right), Year 5, Morley Newlands Academy, Leeds

Jessica is what my mum, dad and little sister (Darcey) call me, but most of my friends call me Jess. I am a funny, 9 year-old kid and I live with my good-hearted and lots of fish. Morley Newlands (the local academy I enjoy attending) is where I feel safe because I am surrounded by kind-hearted people. Spending time with the people I love is one of the best parts of my life along with my kind and caring friends at school, who make my life much more interesting. Exploring makes me happy as well as painting and reading.

Cara, Year 5, Morley Newlands Academy, Leeds

I’m Cara, an outstanding ten-year-old, who goes to an amazing school called Morley Newlands Academy. I have lived in Leeds for ten years along with my family. My favourite subject has to be art as there is no right or wrong answer but also you can express yourself through paintings and drawings. My hobby is horse riding as I have a huge bond with all horses and I would love horse riding to be my job when I’m older. My friend thinks I am a really easy person to get along with and I hope that at the end of world class schools you will think the same way to. I am so excited to invest more about this and I can’t wait to find out more about you and of course taking part in this virtual assessment. Well now you know a little bit about me and I will see you in the meantime!

Cerys (right), Year 5, Morley Newlands Academy, Leeds

My name is Cerys. I’m 10 years old and in year 5 at Morley Newlands Academy, which is in Morley, Leeds. I live with my Mum, Dad, brother (Rhys) and my dog (Coco). That’s the boring stuff. Now the more interesting information. Hobbies are great to have as they show your true self and your personality.

One of my hobbies is horse riding as I have been riding for 5 years. I first got into it because my Grandpa had his own horse, who was called Misty, as a child. Another one of my hobbies is reading and learning. I once read the first Harry Potter book in 18 days and the first His Dark Materials in 8 days. I love learning as I get to learn new things. Like that the Egyptians had over 3000 gods and goddesses.

I used to go to rugby and play matches against other teams. But now I don’t as I don’t have a team to play for. I used to play for LS27 Spartans but they didn’t have an under 10s team, so I had to stop playing there. I didn’t want to play anywhere else, so I stopped. One of my favourite lessons is topic because I love learning about history and geography.

Mitchell (left), Year 5, Morley Newlands Academy, Leeds

Hi my name is Mitchell and I am really excited to tell you about myself. I am from Stanley, which is in Leeds, and I like to play football and on my pc. I live with my mum, dad, brother, sister and my dog. My favourite lessons are PE and maths [PE is my all time favourite]. PE helps to get some fresh air and since it is at school, you can enjoy the time with your friends. Now you have read my paragraph I hope you feel you know a bit more about me bye.

Shreyasi, Year 5, Morley Newlands Academy, Leeds

Hi I am excited to tell you all about me. I am Shreyasi, I am 9 years old and live in Leeds. I am originally from India. I like football, badminton, dodgeball and swimming. My hobbies are arts and crafts, dancing, swimming and reading. I love dancing it makes me express myself. My favourite subjects are science, maths and art. You now know a little about me. Bye.

Esme, Year 5, Morley Newlands Academy, Leeds

Hello, my name is Esme Smith. I am 10 years old and in Year 5 at Morley Newlands Academy. I enjoy watching documentaries about sharks and snakes. My favourite lesson at school is Art, because I like to be creative and it makes me feel calm. Covid has us isolated, but I hope we can get out and meet up with people indoors soon!!!!

Charlotte, Year 5, Morley Newlands Academy, Leeds

Hello! My name is Charlotte Byrne and I am super excited and looking forward to meeting you! My year group is year 5 and I am a very sporty girl as I love running around. I also love to write fictional and non-fictional stories in my spare time as well as drawing and colouring! My I do get moody a bit, but very rarely in school so don’t worry if you think I will get angry. I can’t wait to meet you and I hope you will have a wonderful time!

Harper, Year 5, Morley Newlands Academy, Leeds

Hi! My name is Harper, I like dogs, but I don’t have one. However, I do have a pet hamster called Cody, who is very tame. I enjoy virtual games, Ice skating, and running.

Ananya (right), Year 5, Morley Newlands Academy, Leeds

My name is Ananya Baidyaroy and I’m thrilled to be part of World Class Schools Primary Assessors. I am from Morley, Leeds. I’m a Year 5 student of Morley Newlands Academy. I am passionate about dancing. My other hobbies include reading, playing the piano and gardening. My favourite subjects are Math, English, Science and Art. I am looking forward to meet you all and doing this exciting project.

Bibi Winters, Year 9, Hitchin Girls’ School 

Hi, I’m Bibi, I am in Year 9 at Hitchin Girls’ School and next year I hope to study Geography, Sociology, Spanish and Dance. I am so looking forward to training as an assessor to ‘meet’ so many new people and work with them throughout this process. One thing I have learned during lockdown is that I love to make short films with inanimate objects and show them to my family!

Lucy Freudemann (left), Year 11, Moor End Academy, Huddersfield

My name is Lucy Freudemann and I am a Year 11 student at Moor End Academy and my GCSE option subjects are Spanish, Geography, Citizenship and Physical Education. I am really looking forward to training as an assessor because it is an excellent opportunity to network with students like myself from across the UK-it will also be great to show that I achieved something during this pandemic! During lockdown, I have gained much more independence and learned what techniques allow me to learn effectively while remaining healthy and happy to become my best self. 

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