Jack Petchey

The Jack Petchey Foundation was set up to inspire and motivate young people across London and Essex by providing exciting projects and programmes for them to get involved in. We also recognise the outstanding achievements of today’s young people by awarding them for their hard work and positive impact on their community.

CONGRATULATIONS

TO ALL OUR

 Jack Petchey Achievers Awards 2020

JUNE EDITION

CONGRATULATIONS

TO ALL OUR

 Jack Petchey Achievers Awards 2019

DECEMBER EDITION

Name:  Emma Montigue Year 13 – nominated by Sixth Form  team 

Emma is a very positive and motivated student who is a pleasure to have in school.

Being a Lead Learner to year 12 Psychology students, passing on her knowledge and experience has helped contribute to their positive results and increased progress for her peers. She has provided excellent support and positive intervention. She was nominated by the year 13 sixth form team.’ 

 

Name:  Rabiye  Karabas  Year 8 – Nominated by  Bury Year 8 Team

Rabiye has been nominated because she is a very polite and helpful student. She is always keen to contribute in class discussions and put herself forward for tasks in order to help out her peers and her Head of Year. She deserves this recognition because she is always eager to help and support her Phase. Within class, she is a model student who is attentive and positive. She is a pleasure to have within the year 8-year group

 

Kyle Ahmed Year 11 – nominated by the Cambridge Year  11 Team

Kyle Ahmed- For planning and organising a youth programme outside school, in his own time, as he had been noticing how a lot of young people don’t have certain provisions and things to do   and that’s why they were getting into trouble. He has also been arranging some after school and break time clubs as well as being a mentor for a younger student.’

 

Ms Jane Shilvock

Jack Petchey Co-ordinator

Head of expressive Arts Faculty

CONGRATULATIONS

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 Jack Petchey Achievers Awards 2019

JULY EDITION

The jack Petchey Achievement awards are given every year to students who have done something that needs to be recognised and rewarded within our school community The following students have been selected by Faculty teams to win an award for their achievements and dedication at school and they are all very deserving winners.

Name: Cansu Gedik – Year 13

Reason for the award:

Cansu is a dedicated and hardworking student who has gone the extra mile on many occasions during her 7 years at Edmonton County School. She can be relied on to support and promote the Expressive Arts Faculty during openevenings, taster sessions, curriculum evenings and school community events, developing her confidence and public speaking abilities. Cansu is dedicated and meticulous in her approach to her subjects, making sure all receive a similar amount of time and ‘juggling’ 3 creative subjects at once. Consequently, she has secured both conditional and unconditional offers at universities to study Architecture due to the strength of her work. 

Name Laurel Anandaraaj – Year 10

Reason for the award:

Consistently hard working with impressive homework submission rate.  Coupled with a high level of classwork, she has risen from a mixed-low ability class from yr9 into a set 1 class in GCSE chemistry.  Laurel has also managed to keep her scores impressive by managing to keep in the top10% of scores (which is a high performing group).  Finally she had stated how much she hated chemistry – but actually enjoys it as one of best subjects. This suggests she is intellectually stimulated and makes her best effort to persevere.

 

Name: Aysegul Askar   – year 11  

Reason for the award:

I nominate Aysegul Askar for the passion and dedication she has demonstrated in her Art GCSE projects this year. Aysegul goes above and beyond to explore and experiment with her ideas and has a confident contextual understanding of how to explore her own artistic styles through the artists she is influenced by. Aysegul isn’t afraid to take creative risks and regularly asks for feedback on her work which allows her to develop her ideas successfully as well as challenge her skills. As well as being a determined art student, Aysegul is a positive, friendly and outgoing student who is a pleasure to teach.

Name Oana Groza – year 11

Reason for the award:

Oana Groza has made amazing progress in Maths over the two years she has been with us. She joined Edmonton County School from Romania in Sept 2016 in year 9. She struggled with English as an additional language but has worked hard and has been successful in overcoming this. Having taken the in-year admissions test, she was put into Set 6 for Maths but it quickly became clear that she was keen to learn and she pushed herself to do more. As a result, almost every term since she has moved up a set and she is now in Set 2 for Maths! She continues to do well and is among the top in the class here too.

Name: Danyal Butt

Reason for the award:

Danyal is a fantastic role model in languages. He is engaged in every lesson and complete both tasks and extensions to a very high standard. Danyal has the ability to learn new vocabulary and grammar structures very quickly. He can adapt languages successfully to express his own ideas and make the content of his answers interesting by using precise vocabulary and  complex language.

Danyal completes all his homework and learns independently. He is able to explain to the group a specific grammar point and support students around when they need it

Danyal is working at the higher Tier Level of the course.

Name: Krishma Kaur  Bury year 8

Reason for the award:

Krishma is an incredibility motivated, enthusiastic and helpful student in DT, who only joined Edmonton County School at the beginning of year 8. She always arrives early and helps to set up the practical workshops, even when it is not her timetabled lesson. Krishma has grown in confidence this year; she regularly offers to assist peers with their practical work and can be counted to share her knowledge with peers during class discussions. Krishma has a keen interest in all things related to DT and Technology and will discuss this at length with peers and staff.  Krishma has also returned to her previous school and assisted her DT teacher there with promoting DT to prospective students.

Jack Petchy Leaders award
Congratulations to
Miss HALIL-Student Manager

Emete has been a student manager to the upper phase for two years now and she has been supporting students at all times in the day to make sure that they are equipped for school, ready for learning and feel safe in school. She knows each student and develops personal relationships with each one of them so that they know there is always someone to go to when they need help. She works above and beyond her contracted hours to make sure that all is well for students. She contributes to the good order of the school by volunteering every lunch break to watch over students and she mediates with staff and students frequently to facilitate good relationships between these too. She exhibits a can do attitude and never gives up!

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE WINNERS WHO WILL ATTEND THE JACK PETCHEY AWARDS CEREMONY IN SPRING TERM 2020

 

Ms Shilvock

Head of Expressive Arts Faculty

Jack Petchey Co-ordinator

 

CONGRATULATIONS

TO ALL OUR

 Jack Petchey Achievers Awards 2019

MARCH EDITION

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OUR ACHIEVERS WHO WERE NOMINATED BY THEIR TEACHERS  AND RECEIVED THEIR AWARDS AT  THE AWARDS EVENING AT THE MILLFIELD ARTS CENTRE IN ENFIELD  WITH THE DEPUTY MAYOR OF ENFIELD

on Wednesday 26th March 2019.

Name: Amy Howard Year 8

Reason for the award:

‘Amy is a very positive role model and a very able musician who always represents the school during open evenings and school events. She was the first in her tutor group to achieve the ‘Reward and Recognition’ certificate for her independent learning. She is willing to help everyone and even created a very good resource for revision that was given to everyone in her class. Amy is very engaged and enthusiastic in all her lessons. A very well deserved winner of this award..

Name Romina Brown Year 9

Reason for the award:

 ‘Romina’s end of year 9 results were all grade 6 and above, her data window report is all excellent and outstanding. She is a model student who does excellent classwork and homework in all her subjects. Her willingness to do well shines through throughout the whole school day. Romina is always a polite and incredibly well-mannered student, always ready to support and help the school community. A well-deserved winner of this award.

 

Name Akshar Patel Year 13

Reason for the award:

Akshar won the Mayor of London Science Awards and has been a role model for his peers and other students in the school. His work ethic in class, independent study and the whole school community shows great commitment and enthusiasm. Akshar is committed to supporting others around then which helps to make him a well-rounded sixth form student and very deserving of this award.’

Name Ahmed Warsame Year 9

Reason for the award:

Ahmed led assemblies to all the students in the school at the end of year 7 on the importance of reading in developing skills and enjoyment. As a result he developed his confidence and ability to work with others. This led him to work with the Library to secure a visit from Dan Freedman, a children’s author. the feedback from students was fantastic. In September he became form captain and has made excellent contributions to meetings. He has attended training and is developing his skills further. He is keen to develop the skills of other students further with some follow up training later on in the year so students can use this

when applying for 6th for or university.

 

Name: Cynthia Ogbono  year 9

Reason for the award:

Cynthia is a role model in her year group and has demonstrated excellent success and progress in all of her subjects. To further develop her confidence and all around contribution to the school she wrote an application to be elected onto the Enfield Youth Parliament and as a result was voted on to represent Edmonton County school. She is keen to empower young women at the school and will lead assemblies for international womens day in march. She is also keen to bring in speakers from outside of school to show how to be a successful women.

Name: Bridgette Bempah year 9

Reason for award:

Bridgette also applied to be a member of the Enfield Youth Parliament and was very successful, representing Edmonton County. Bridgette received a subject award as well as a Phase award for “Being a role model to others academically at last years awards evening. She consistently attends and contributes to the wider school community and would like to work within the local community to improve peoples experiences.

Congratulations to Ms Lipparelli – Head of Design

 

Ms Lipparelli was nominated by her peers for a Jack Petchey Leaders award.

Reason for award:

The development of the Design department has been inspired and supported by Miss Lipparelli’s dedication.  Miss Lipparelli is very passionate about her work and role as a teacher and Head of the Design department and is always looking at new ways to adapt and inspire the students in her teaching. 

Miss Lipparelli has taken the design department to a new level of achievement and has significantly raised the profile of the subject across the school. The update of the subject in our school has increased considerably when other schools have seen a decline. Miss Lipparelli has sourced new projects, competitions and workshops to inspired students to look at the world and their community for inspiration, to help develop them as designers of our future. Miss Lipparelli is very well liked and respected by her peers and very worthy of this nomination.

 

 

 

Ms Jane Shilvock

Jack Petchey Co-ordinator

Head of expressive Arts Faculty