News and Achievement Assemblies

Year 8 Write Up

In last week’s assembly we had lots of our fantastic students to celebrate. We have many of our year 8 students who are making improvements in school and we wanted to acknowledge that. Below are just some of our students who have been nominated by their teachers for student of the week:

Congratulations Mikail Kartel who won Student of the Week.

Silver Awards

We now have lots of students who have achieved their silver award for positive achievement points. Well done to the following students:

South Chloe
Ransley Chloe
Buja Vlera
Corry Jack
Lane Carson
Blasiak Szymon
Bridge Scarlett
Henman Chloe
Kamaly Ali
Porter Ren
Uthayakumaran Netusa
Mtambo Iqbary
Khan Haram
Toovey Ossie
Adams Tasha
Stone Zoe
Lindsay-Hayes Clarissa

 

60 Minute Mentoring

We have a group of students who have successfully completed their 60 Minute Mentoring sessions. The company providing the mentoring sang their praises:

‘I just wanted to pass my thanks for supporting the project. The session today went extremely well and all students were a credit to the school, it will be sad to not see them again.’

Well done year 8 and keep up the good work,

 

Mrs Compton


One of the goals of education should be to teach that life is precious

Last week we had our first year 8 assembly of the New Year, which was led by Mrs Chapman. We celebrated lots of our students who have made a very positive start back. Congratulations to our student of the week, Kathleen Griffiths. Kathleen was nominated by her Science teacher. Keep up the great work Kathleen. Please see below our other nominees:

We have four year 8 students who have achieved their silver achievement award. Congratulations to Jack Corry, Chloe South, Chloe Ransley and Vlera Buja. These four students are the first students in the entire school to achieve this award. Well done.

I look forward to celebrating many more nominations at our next assembly.

Mrs Compton


Year 8 Celebration Assembly

On Wednesday 18th December we celebrated the amazing achievements accomplished by year 8.

The assembly started with a fantastic music performance by Chloe South, Vlera Buja, Samara Hemmuth and a guest performance by Iqbary Mtambo! This was followed by a heartwarming speech by Szymon Blasiak, who was representing the student ambassadors.

Year 8 awards were as follows:

100% attendance

Name Form Group % Attend
Ahmed, Faizah 8C 100
Amfo, Melissa 8E 100
Amour, Connor 8J 100
Amour, Thomas 8E 100
Bridge, Scarlett 8I 100
Buikis, Arturs 8L 100
Burman, Tyreece 8L 100
Charter, Amira (8I) 100
Chia, Jennifer 8I 100
Cooper, James 8E 100
Griffiths, Kathleen 8E 100
Howlett, Keaton 8I 100
Idehen, Timothy 8L 100
Kamaly, Ali 8E 100
Khan, Haram 8C 100
Lamb, Emily-Elizabeth (8J) 100
Lindsay-Hayes, Clarissa 8L 100
Love, Alfie 8I 100
Mncube, Tamara (8E) 100
Mtambo, Iqbary 8I 100
Ransley, Chloe 8I 100
Shead, Aaron 8I 100
Slater, Leonie 8L 100
Willingham, Steven 8L 100

 

Best Form Group Attendance:

  • 8L

Student with the most Achievement points:

  • Carson Lane, 155

Students with the highest number of good Behaviour points

  • Samiat Sumola and Ope Adewole - 147

Form with the highest number of good Achievement points:

  • 8I - 3421

Form with the highest number of good Behaviour points:

  • 8I - 3421

ATL awards:

  • Ali Kamaly

YCT awards:

  • Rose Clark
  • Ossie Toovey
  • Sam Ojofeitimi
  • Madison Byford

Head teacher awards:

Chloe Ransley English
Thomas Taylor English
Ope Adewole PE
Ossie Toovey PE
Thomas Taylor Geography
Sasha Gallagher Geography
Ope Adewole History
Tyler Ginger History
Miran Fialho RE
Georgiana Dima RE
Chloe South Music
Jack Clifton Music
Savannah Simpson Art
Ryhan Ali Art
Ali Kamaly Computing
Szymon Blasiak Computing
Jack Montgomery Science
Chloe Henman Science
Ali Kamaly Maths
Netusa Uthayakumaran Maths
Ali Kamaly Drama
Chloe South Drama

On behalf of myself and Miss Ferris, I would like to wish all of our students a very merry Christmas and a happy new year,

Mrs Compton

As we are nearing the end of the term I would like to thank all the year 8 students who have been working hard and receiving recognition from their teachers for going above and beyond. Well done to Netusa Uthayakumaran who was our star of the week. Netusa earned the most positive achievement points during last week’s lessons. Well done Netusa!

On Monday 16th December Ms Ferris and I will be taking a group of 30 outstanding students on a panto trip to see ‘Robin Hood’ at the Cliffs Pavilions, Southend. This panto features Britain’s Got Talent winners ‘Diversity’. We are all very excited! If you want to be on our next trip, keep working hard in all of your lessons.

All of our tutor groups have been working hard this week creating their very own Christmas hampers to give to charity. Please see below some pictures of our very competitive tutor groups:

I look forward to celebrating with you all during next week’s Christmas assembly,

Mrs Compton


“Carry out a random act of kindness without expectation of reward, safe in the knowledge that one day someone will do the same for you.”  Princess Diana

Well done to Year who continue to achieve the most value points each week. Keep up the good work. 8L were crowned last week’s quiz winners. I hope you enjoyed you sweets!

We have had many student nominations from different subjects this week. Well done to the Clarissa Lindsay Hayes who is our student of the week. Clarissa was nominated by Ms Harding for creating a fantastic piece of homework for Geography. Well done Clarissa and keep on creating fantastic homework.

Well done to the year 8 students from last week’s assembly who have now achieved their Bronze achievement badges:

Howlett Keaton
Evans Lara
Okoro Chibuike
Hines Alice
Montgomery Jack
Hamilton-Carter Ben
Buikis Arturs
Jasim Lewan

Remember, ‘be in the right place, at the right time, doing the right thing’. Well done again!

Mrs Compton


In the final week of the first half term it is fantastic to see so many of the students achieve their Bronze Award. This award is issued to students who have managed to be awarded 100 achievement points from across their lessons. To date, over 40% of the year group have been recognised with this award with many of these students working their way to achieving the Silver Award, well done.

Maria Andrea from year 9, fought in a GB Judo competition in Ireland last week and we as a year group and Academy are very proud of her sporting achievements.

Within school, the students continue to work hard with the following students clocking up a significant number of achievement points last week and receiving the Golden Pass and Student of the Week awards:

  • Golden Passes: Hugo Jones, John Hallet
  • Students of the Week: Connor Gaughan, Robbie Locke

Subject teachers have also been nominating students who have shown particular efforts and attainment within their lessons;

  • Mathematician of the week: Archie Taylor, Lily Southam
  • Scientist of the Week: Ebony Amour
  • English Student: Hugo Jones, Zachary Knight-Telling
  • Historian of the Week: Mia Cundy
  • Geographer of the Week: Amy Turner, Molly Thomson
  • Musician of the Week: Archie Taylor
  • Dancer of the Week: Lily-Sue Franklin

The year group were represented by Callum Brand and Ella Carr at an Anti-Bullying Ambassador day hosted by Tabor Academy, also part of The Loxford School Trust, on Wednesday and I would like to thank them for their excellent representation of both the year group and Cecil Jones Academy.

May I take this opportunity to wish you a peaceful and restful half term break and I look forward to welcoming the students back on the 4th November.


“An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind.”

Mahatma Gandhi

As we are nearing the end of the term, I would like to thank all the year 8 students who have been working hard and receiving recognition from their teachers for going above and beyond. Well done to the following students on their nominations:

  • Ben Hamilton Carter (Music)
  • Honey White (Music)
  • Sasha Gallagher (Geography)
  • Ali Kamaly (Geography)
  • Lewan Jasim (PE)
  • Amira Charter (Science)

Congratulations to Ali Kamaly who is our ‘Student of the Week’. Ali works exceptionally hard in all of his lessons and is eager to be the best that he can be. Ali has also been nominated by his tutor group to represent them in the student council. Well done Ali.

Well done to the following students for receiving their positive achievement certificate and badge in this week’s assembly:

  • Adewole Opeoluwa
  • Love Charlie
  • Hemmuth Samara
  • Qerimi Erald
  • Willingham Steven
  • Gallagher Sasha
  • Amour Riley
  • Cooper James
  • Ahmed Faizah
  • Gutteridge Ailara Alexander
  • Lovell Elizabeth
  • Dixon-Moore Dixie

Halloween is fast approaching us. Enjoy the break and stay safe,

Mrs Compton


Week 4

“A healthy relationship will never require you to sacrifice your friends, your dreams or your dignity”

This week we had the pleasure of having Natasha Stewart visit out school. Year 8 students who have achieved only positives last week had the pleasure of attending the assembly. It was a fantastic assembly and our students were entertained from beginning to end. Keep up the positives year 8 and there will be many more awards!

We have had many student nominations from different subjects this week. Well done to the following students on their nominations so far; Ossie Toovey, Harley Rand and Honey White to name a few. Well done to the following students for receiving their positive achievement certificate and badge in this week’s assembly:

Arrowsmith Isaac Lindsay-Hayes Clarissa
Chia Jennifer Fowke Chloe
Love Alfie Mncube Tamara
Shead Aaron Clemson Destiny
Goodwin Alexis Johnson Grace
Stone Zoe Rizaj Liburn
Blasiak Szymon Ross Caitlyn
Roberts Jamaine Ali Ryhan
Kamaly Ali Heywood Robbie
Fialho Mirian  

Remember, be in the right place, at the right time, doing the right thing. Well done to everyone in the year group who is modelling this.

Mrs Compton


 

If you take responsibility for yourself you will develop a hunger to accomplish your dreams

This quote has been the highlight of our assembly this week. We are very excited to announce that we have Natasha Stewart, the support act for Little Mix, coming to visit our school on Tuesday 24th September. Natasha will be singing for us and speaking about careers and aspirations in music. Year 8 students who have received only positive points for achievement and behaviour will be invited to this assembly.  Well done to Miss Harris’ 8J form group for achieving best attendance and for winning last week’s quiz. Enjoy your prize!

We have had many student nominations from different subjects this week. Well done to the following students on their nominations so far; Mellissa Amfo, James Cooper, Chloe Henman, Rose Clark, Destiny Clemson, Oscar Millar, Vlera Buja, Ben Hamilton Carter, Ossie Toovey, Freddie Yates, Iqbary Mbambo, Chibuike Okoro, Samara Hemmuth, Connor Amour, Nicolle Zaleska and Ren Porter. This week’s winner was Oscar Millar. Well done Oscar on being ‘man of the match’ in a football game last week.

Well done to the following students for receiving their positive achievement certificate and bronze badge in this week’s assembly:

  • Arrowsmith Isaac
  • Chia Jennifer
  • Love Alfie
  • Shead Aaron
  • Goodwin Alexis
  • Stone Zoe
  • Blasiak Szymon
  • Roberts Jamaine
  • Kamaly Ali
  • Fialho Mirian
  • Lindsay-Hayes Clarissa
  • Fowke Chloe
  • Mncube Tamara
  • Clemson Destiny
  • Johnson Grace
  • Rizaj Liburn
  • Ross Caitlyn
  • Ali Ryhan
  • Heywood Robbie

Remember, get to school on time. Punctuality has improved last week so keep up the good work.

Remember, ‘be in the right place, at the right time, doing the right thing’.

Well done Year 8, keep up the great work.

Mrs Compton and Miss Ferris


What a great start to the academic year from Year 8.

“And suddenly you just know it’s time to start something new and trust the magic of beginnings”

This quote has been embodied by our Years 8’s. Well done to Mr Hand’s 8C form group for achieving Form Group of the Week. They had a fantastic first day back earning the most achievement points in their year group. Enjoy your chocolates!

The start of Year 8 has been fantastic, with a record number of students being nominated at the start of the year. Well done to the following students on their nominations so far; Jamaine Roberts, Jack Clifton, Szymon Blasiak and Thomas Taylor. Names are still being sent in and the winners will be announced in next week’s assembly.

After a successful start to the term, I am happy to award 8E with the attendance certificate for having the best attendance. By getting to school on time every day, students will feel better prepared and more engaged in lessons. This will result in better student performance and positively impact their marks. Continue to set those alarms and get to school on time-- your achievement depends on it!

To date, Year 8 are making me proud to be their ATL. Remember, be in the right place, at the right time, doing the right thing. Well done again!

 

Mrs Compton

06-07-2020

 

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