Any student nominated for Sixth Form Student of the Week will have their name put on both the website and on the THA Twitter account. They will also receive 10 achievement points.
Week beginning the 4th September - Mark Gibson, Jasmine Loh, Eliz Maloney, Grayce-Paige Pereira, Panagiota Spyrou and Lucy Wood for attaining the highest achievement grades across the Year 12 end of year exams.
Week beginning the 11th September - Roan Cooper for achieving a Grade 9 and an AS-level in Maths. Harry Ellis for achieving a Grade 9 in GCSE English. Amber Harvey & Jessica Keys for achieving a Grade 9 in GCSE Maths.
Week beginning the 18th September - Liam Styles for ‘his natural aptitude and enthusiasm for Maths tutoring. He is an excellent role model for the younger students.’
Week beginning the 25th September - Nisreen Adan was chosen for ‘her fantastic start to the Sixth Form at THA. Nisreen has settled in so well to both the Sixth Form and her A-level subjects. She has also been praised by her teachers for approaching her A-levels with a sensible head and a strong work ethic.’
Week beginning the 2nd October - Annie Manners was chosen for ‘her fantastic work and enthusiasm working with the younger students on their paired reading. The dedication and care she showed each student was lovely.’
Week beginning the 9th October - William Moroney was chosen for ‘the overwhelming number of members of staff, who have mentioned William by name when conducting Sixth Form Learning Walks focusing on the student’s ability to self-organise last week. William’s organisational skills and dedication to his studies has resulted in him creating exemplar folders in every subject he studies. He is already creating revision notes for all of his subjects. He is setting a very high example to his peers.’
Week beginning the 16th October - Tia Webber was chosen for her ‘amazing attitude to learning and very high aspirations.’