Home / Academy News / Daily Shout Outs! (22/05/2020)

Daily Shout Outs! (22/05/2020)

Mrs Mansfield’s shout outs

Sarah Corby for her beautiful Photography

Adam Elsby for a brilliant start to his Art Coursework project with his mind map.

Brooke Salerno for her beautiful Painting

For fantastic Pop Art work this week to:

Rhys Course

Lily Colledge

Ella Wright

Sophie Hills

Chanelle Hill

Jack Heenan

Katie Rhind-Tutt

Aaron Whitlock

Jack Moulds

Caitlin Dale

Emily Lamb


For excellent History work this week on their SAR tasks to:

Bethany Walker

Elinor Rickwood

Alex Kells


Miss Hunter’s History Shout Outs – This week, I want to give huge big well done to Mia Carter, Adam Chapman and Skye Pim for submitting fantastic 12 mark GCSE exam question responses for feedback. Also, a further well done for all those GCSE History pupils who have continued to send me extensive work for each lesson set – I’ve been so impressed!

Shout out for Emerson Higgs from Mrs Burton for his 5 a day – lens perspective challenge!


Dr Walkers shout outs –

Jack Heenan for producing excellent and beautifully presented English work.

Caitlin Dale for persevering with some tricky Geography tasks (and for her really polite, well worded e-mails).

Alfie Cooper for continuing to work so hard on Geography.

Drama shout outs from Miss Zientek go to;

Jhared Avelino

Jack Morton

Bethany Walker

Samuel Walker

Suki Judge


English shout outs from Miss Taylor for Euan Foster and George Colledge


Shout out from Mrs Sherman to Elinor Rickwood for her fantastic English work.


Shout outs from Mrs Burton for their 5 a day lens challenge photos

Rowan Yates

Alfie Warren

Eddy Davies

Dom Benevento


Maths Shout outs from Miss Miguel –

Lucy Heath, Fenton Harness: for their hard work with constructions

Euan foster:  for his response to the revision tasks and for his work with the circle investigation.


Great exploration of Hindu beliefs about the treatment of animals by Alex Kells, Jack Heenan and Emily Lamb.


Thank you for History work from Sarah Corby, Lucy Heath, Meadow Docherty, Sophie Caunt and Isabel Clarke 🙂


Eddy Davis submitted a very well written SAR task essay.