Year 10/11 Celebration Assembly
Year 10/11 students attended an assembly on 12/10/2017 to celebrate all of their achievements over the first academic term of the year.
King Edward VII students are nothing less than ‘brilliant’!
A celebration assembly was organised at the end of the first half term to congratulate students on their achievements in the first half term.
Brilliant sporting success
Students were publically praised for their commitment and dedication to their chosen sport. This has culminated in numerous wins across the county in just the first few weeks and students and staff commended their achievements with loud applause and cheer!
Recognition of students’ contribution to the college Open Day on September 21st October was made by students receiving personally signed certificates of appreciation from Ms Byrne the College Principal.
Ms Booth reminded students of how much ‘attendance matters’. Employers, FE colleges and universities all request attendance records of students. Unless there are mitigating circumstances, a child’s attendance indicates how reliable, committed and determined a young person is. It also ensures academic progress as key content and examination skills are accessed more easily by children who attend all of their lessons.
Students who achieved a 100% attendance figure since August were awarded with certificates of achievement and the top three winning tutor groups can look forward to sharing a box of ‘chocolate heros’ after half term!
Ms Byrne closed the assembly by stating how proud she was of the students. The college has never witnessed so many 100% attenders and she stressed that this was a reflection of their commitment to brilliance.
Staff at King Edward VII believe that if students continue to show such positivity towards their studies and each other, not only will they achieve the best outcomes ever next summer but will be well placed to secure the destination of their dreams.
Well done to all the students of King Edward VII.
Keep up the ‘brilliant’ work!