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PT Star Students

  • Jay Pharhani
    By Miss Khan
    Jay has received praise from his subject teachers for his excellent work, in particular ICT, where Jay has shown commitment when learning about databases in lessons. He has put in 100% effort and worked to the best of his ability on challenging activities, as well as going out of his way to help others. Well done Jay, keep it up!
  • Jjay Singh
    By Miss S Scott
    Jjay received 5 positive comments this week for excellent effort. Well done.
  • Steven Hackett
    By Mr Howard
    Very helpful and mature on the Geography field trip. Well done!
  • Ella Robbins
    By Mr Khuttan
    Ella is PT start student this week for selling the most raffle tickets! Well done Ella!.
  • Kitana Southall
    By Miss Spillane
    For her excellent commitment to charity work, selling poppies after school and participating in the Remembrance Sunday Parade.
  • Deep Singh
    By Miss G Kaur
    Deep led the Citizenship session on Remembrance Day very much demonstrating very good knowledge of why we have Remembrance Day as well as well as involving all students in the conversation and keeping them engaged.
  • Maya Sanghera
    By Mr Leach
    Showing great attitude towards her work this week.
  • Mahekjyot Tiwana
    By Mr Bansal
    For getting the most positives this week (5). Well done and keep it up!
  • Ellie-Mae Roberts
    By Mrs Hood
    Ellie-Mae donated 9 inches of her hair to the Little Princess Trust so it could be used to produce wigs for young girls who have lost their hair due to illness or treatment e.g. cancer. The PT are hugely proud of Ellie-Mae. Well Done.
  • Bilal Hussain
    By Miss Gabrie
    Bilal was nominated by the sixth formers for his excellent contribution during this week's citizenship. Well done.
  • Callum Thompson-Swann
    By Mrs Bailey
    Well done for a fantastic week! no Negatives and 4 Positives! This is a great improvement - let's keep it up!
  • Demi-Leigh Skidmore, Mohammed Usmaan, Rahul Sirpal
    By Mrs Virk
    All three performed well on their Maths test this week. Well done and keep up the hard work!
  • Owen Harper
    By Miss Regan
    Well done Owen, a major improvement in Science! Owen is mature in lessons and is contributing frequently to class discussion.
  • Amrita Bains
    By Mr Ferguson
    Amrita has produced to quality standard in ICT since the start of Year 12.
  • Aidyn Ly
    By Dr Green
    For a very positive term. 26 positive bromcom entries so far. Keep up the hard work.
  • Myles Minto-Samuels
    By Mr Matthews
    This weeks star student is Myles Minto-Samuels for the fantastic work that he has put into his drama coursework. Well done!
  • Chloe Smith
    By Mr Sturley
    Chloe has had a fantastic week picking up a number of positives for work ethic and progress. Well done, Chloe!
  • Harmanjot Singh
    By Mr R Smith
    A fantastic week this week, lots of positives and setting a great example to others.
  • Ethan Waring
    By Miss Onions
    For his fantastic goalkeeping during the Football Development Tournament, which earned him the Trophy for Best Goalkeeper of the tournament. Well done Ethan!
  • Caleb Bleakley
    By Miss Hubble
    Fantastic week. Well done.
  • Zulqarnan Aziz
    By Miss Williams
    Zulqarnan has continued to work well in his ICT lessons and has shown a fantastic skill level in Databases. Well done!
  • Sanad Yafai
    By Miss Burton
    Winning 4-0 in his Football Cup Game, well done!
  • Tia Sehdeva
    By Mr Campbell
    Tia has made a fantastic impression this week at her interview and secured a part-time job. Well done Tia, you should be very proud.
  • James Rowe
    By Mr Bedford
    For achieving 7 Positives in a week! Excellent work!
  • Hammaad Hussain
    By Mr Rayson
    Well done on some excellent work in Maths and Psychology, keep it up!
  • Jack Summers
    By Miss Gledhill
    Congratulations to Jack for applying, interviewing and successfully securing his ideal part time job - you knew what you wanted and we're very pleased you got it. Well done, now time to balance work with school!
  • Samuel Jones
    By Miss Butigan
    Well Done -- A GREAT week with 5 positives gained!
  • Ria Purewal
    By Miss SK Gill
    Achieving the most positives in the PT group this week. Well done Ria!
  • Cole Deeming
    By Miss Dickenson
    Excellent work in dance lesson this week - resulting in a positive.
  • Pheobe Linford-Frate
    By Miss Khan
    Phoebe was responsible for showing a new student around the Academy this week, which reflects her excellent dedication and positive influence on others around the Academy. She consistently gets positive comments from all her subject teachers every week, and is a pleasure to have in my PT. Well done Phoebe, keep it up!
  • Daniel Thomas
    By Mr Ullah
    Daniel has produced a good standard of work in Mathematics and Art and has shown great work ethic in lessons. Keep up the good work.
  • Manjeev Takhar
    By Mrs James
    An excellent week with 5 positive comments. Particularly excellent feedback from Spanish. Muy Bien!
  • Liam Wilson
    By Miss Regan
    Well done on selling the most raffle tickets in the P.T!
  • Jaskiran Sandher
    By Mr Duffield
    For always arriving to PT on time and showing great attitude within PT.
  • Kareena Bagharian
    By Miss Bulto
    Thank you very much for being always so kind and for participating so much in the PT sessions. You volunteer to do the Citizenship presentations and we really appreciate your efforts and contributions.
  • Ajay Thiarai
    By Mr Rebecchi
    Consistent hard work throughout all lessons and excellent progress.
  • Josh, Elliot, Katie And Laura
    By Miss Lowe
    Well done to all of you for selling all of your raffle tickets and raising money for new school equipment!
  • Sharia Davidson
    By Miss Tulloch
    Well done Sharia on maintaining good results in your Mock tests. Keep up the good work.
  • Jake Mcdonald
    By Mr Byrne
    For continued effort in all areas of school life - keep up the excellent work!
  • Ebony Gregory
    By Miss Woodhouse
    For achieving the most positives in PT this week. Well done Ebony.
  • Charlie O'connor
    By Miss Martin
    Charlie is star student today for his lovely collection of positives for great classwork.
  • Hans Oppong Adu
    By Mr Golden
    Big improvement in business and D.T. Well Done Hans
  • Muhammad Asif
    By Mrs Barnes
    Making a really positive start to the half term
  • Holly Ford
    By Miss Ludy
    The star student for this week is Holly Ford. She is a dedicated individual and always has a smile on her face despite being ill. She has come into school and continued to be a good role model for younger students and a cheerful member of the PT. Well done, Holly!
  • Jaidip Kaur
    By Mr Williams
    For being selected to the England team to play in Paris during the upcoming tour. Well done, Jaidip!
  • Umeeka Mann
    By Miss Dunningham
    Congratulations for your positive start at Sandwell Academy this week and for receiving positives already in Maths! Well done and keep it up!
  • Rajan Sidhu
    By Dr Watkins
    For excellent effort in Biology going above and beyond outside lessons using Seneca learning.
  • Roxanne Dunn
    By Mr W Smith
    Working really well throughout all her work - positives in all her lessons again this week. Keep up the effort! Well done.
  • Mandeep Ubhi
    By Mrs Hamill
    Mandeep has received two positives this week for her excellent efforts in lessons. Mandeep has been working exceptionally hard since the start of the year. Keep up the fab work Mandeep, well done !!
  • Anudeep Randhawa, Kiya Seth And Evie Stow
    By Mr Miah
    For an excellent week achieving several positives, keep up the good work!
  • Jay-India Pyle
    By Mr Oppong-Adu
    Well done for working so hard in History lessons with fantastic comments from your teachers.
 

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