Eaton Bank Academy

Outstanding Attitude to Learning – Computing and Social Science Faculty

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Congratulations  to the following students who have been recognised by the Computing and Social Science faculty for their Outstanding Attitude to Learning:

Year 7:  Helen Banks  and Billy Manning
Year 8:  Clarisse Stubbs  and Sam Morrey
Year 9:  Joe Robinson and Leah Pointon  (Computing, ICT, Business Studies)
Year 10:  Sybella Clutton  and Ellis Mortin
Year 11: Josiah Leech  and Catherine Bostock (Business/Studies & H&SC)
Year 12 Georgina Challinor and Dominic Axford  (Economics)
Year 13 Matt Hill  and Ellie Clowes  (Computing/Psychology)

Throughout the school year each faculty will have the opportunity to nominate two students from each year group who demonstrate an Outstanding Attitude to Learning. In deciding who should receive this special commendation, teachers consider the extent to which students have shown they are;

  • determined to improve their learning and actively seek advice
  • keen to take on new challenges
  • keep trying different ways of working when things are difficult.