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Date Posted: 21/01/2022 | Posted In: General News, Student News

This morning, some of our outstanding students were delighted to be crowned as B6 Coin Term One Winners by our Principal, Stuart Merrills.  

The B6 Coin is our very own student rewards system that recognises the wider skills needed to improve our students’ employability and social interactions. Based on the World Economic Forum’s Top 10 Skills that employers are looking for, staff can award coins to students for Maths, English, Citizenship, Equality & Diversity, Core Values (British Values), and Employability & Development. The students with the highest number of B6 Coins each term are awarded Amazon vouchers, a badge and certificate.

Javan Dawson, Progress Tutor, who leads the B6 Coin initiative said “congratulations to all of the winners for making the B6 Rich List. They have worked hard to develop their essential wider skills to earn the most coins in their category”.

Those achieving the highest number of B6 Coins for Term One were (left to right):

Zeba Noorani (studying Health & Social Care): Equality & Diversity Award

Kaye Che (studying A Level Business Studies and Geography and Vocational A Level Applied Psychology): Core Values Award

Lola Grogan (studying A Level Biology and Mathematics and Vocational A Level Children’s Play, Learning & Development): Equality & Diversity Award

Aaron Speak (studying A Level English Literature, Law and Religious Studies and Honours Programme): Citizenship Award

Jack Cherry (studying A Level Accounting, Business Studies and Economics): English Award

Noman Qazi (studying Information Technology): Citizenship Award


Hamza Ugradar (studying Vocational A Level Applied Science): Employability & Development Award

Naeem Mahomed (studying A Level Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics with Honours Programme): Maths Award

Congratulations to the winners and best of luck to all our students for this term. We look forward to seeing who the winners are for Term Two.

Find out more about student life at The Sixth Form here.