Workers of the Week - Round 3!
1 May 2020
We have had a huge number of nominations for our Workers of the Week showcase this week. It is great to hear about some of the many ways our students are engaging with home learning and it is important to celebrate the hard work and effort that is being shown. Well Done to you all!
Use this link to see how each student has earned their nomination and which subjects they’ve been nominated by: https://longbenton.org.uk/students/workers-of-the-week
It has been hard for everyone - students, parents and staff - to adjust to our new current way of working. We are still finding our feet about how best to set work, provide feedback and keep students motivated - we had very little time to prepare for something that would usually have been months in the planning.
Year 7: Syeed Ali, Lilly Baker, Ellis Barrie, Olly Bewick, Esme Clark, Owen Husband, Evan Nelson, Lucy Scorer, Will Simpson, Laurie Smith, Blake Stent, Kieran Tait, Cara Ward, Adelle Young and Samuel Zobel
Year 8: Kwadwo Donkor, Neema Lulu, Thomas Mackie, Abi McArthur, Leilani Merelle, Yeshwanth Nandakunar, Aoife Rickard and Aizah Sharif
Year 9: Ali Blair, Erin Brewis, Millie Clark, Charlie Hannen, Matthew Harris, Erin Keiller, Euan Marshall, Will Masterton, Bradley Moss, Holly Peacock, Anna Taylor, Bradley Tiplady and Frank Yu
Year 10: Jack Archer, Emily Boyd, Emily Briggs, Lucy Broughton, Lauren Brown, Jacob Burnett, Samuel Cassarino-Lopez, Kieran Chilton, Scarlet Cullen, Callum Gough, Evie Hartridge, Ava Ho, Erin Knox, Daniel Pearson, Charlotte Robinson, Lauren Sinclair, Leonie Tamura, Rose Taylor Cain, Chloe Temulken and Ellie Wray
Year 11: Emma Hails
Year 12: Josh Bell, Maia Clark, Abbie Delap, Philip Emmerson, Emily Ferguson and Jenny-Rose Morrison, Joe Murray
A particularly special mention to Olly, Kwadwo, Jack, Emily, Kieran, Evie, Ava, Lauren, Leonie, Rose and Joe who were each nominated by two subjects and to Lucy Broughton who was nominated a staggering three times!
Working from home is not easy. It comes with a number of challenges which can sometimes make it feel like an impossible task. We hope that you are coping with this new challenge and feel you are able to access some of the home learning tasks set by your teachers. If you need some extra support with this remember to get in touch with your year leader; we’re here to help.
If you are spending some of your time working on other projects that you are enjoying we’d love to hear about those too…
· What books have you read?
· Have you cooked dinner for your family – what did you make?
· Have you written a song or a poem about being off school or about the Corona virus pandemic?