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We Care to Challenge
The Students’ roll of honour which is growing weekly….

Year 9

 

Humza Ahmed
Emily Barnard
Hazel Heydon
Aabha Jadhav
Cara Levesley
Rinesh Magar
Isabelle Martin
Harry Messina
Amelie Minnaar
Erin O'Connor
Anushka Pahariya
Tejaswi Pahariya
Dylan Sandy
Devang Sarvaiya
Isobel Sharpling
Sofia Shaw
Ellie Slingerland
Panash Sunuwar
Paige Taylor
Nadia Torfin
Luke Wadey
Lexi Weaver

Year 9

 

Grace Barnard
Angelia Rai
Zoe Wraight

Year 10

 

Thomas Abbs
Ameenah Ali
Jack Andrews
Kieran Applegate
Tess Arden-Murphy
Lily Barbier
Jack Barnett
Ivo Benev
Kaitlyn Bengston
Daniel Booth
Imogen Carden-George
Isobel Chesney
Keeley Cope
Ethan Daplyn
Grace Dobinson
Aleksandra Gelemenova
Coryn Godfrey
Riley Grainger
Anna Hartley
Annika Harwood
Brooke Hewlett
Leah Hookway
Joshua Kast
Leon Legard
Darshan Limbu
Evie MacDonald
Ava McNeill
Aidan Moss
Luke Myles
Bethany Newbould
Anna Nolan
Luka Pattison
Aneil Phakey
Princess Reyes
Charlotte Robins
Robyn Seke
Kaden Shackleton
Emily Stock
Kody Taylor
Daisy Thomas
Maria Warwick
Tristan West
Aiden Wood

Year 10

 

Fatimah Abubukr
Jarred Addison
Mark Billington
Oscar Heath
Oliver Matthews
Natalie Ng
Eloise Nunn
An Quan
Zack Rutter
Kaushal Sherpa
Chloe Waterlow
Harriet Williamson

Year 11

Duncan Cheung
Clara Goddard
Jamie Jones

Grace Turner

Year 11

Nathaniel Dance
Turner Noad
Don Quan


The IT & Computing Department “actively encourage all our students to sign up at the start of year 9”


The Inspiring Digital Enterprise Award, known as iDEA is an international award winning programme that helps you develop digital, enterprise and employability skills for free.

Through their series of online challenges, you can win career-enhancing badges, unlock new opportunities and, ultimately, gain industry-recognised Awards that help you stand out from the crowd.

There are six iDEA areas of tasks to explore to gain your 250 points, 4 are compulsory in the Bronze Award, these are Citizen, Worker, Maker and Entrepreneur Badges in which you must achieve at least 50 points in each one.  Leaving you to do the last 50 points in any area you particularly have an interest in. The remaining last two badges are Gamer Badges and currently in development Independent Badges.


After achieving the Bronze Award you can level up to Silver.

Below is an image of the Citizen Badges you can collect, each one has different values to make up the total required to achieve your badge.


You will not have to do them all!   
To get your Citizen Badge you need only 50 points, so please do not be put off.

Will universities recognise my achievements with iDEA?  
Can I put my achievements with iDEA on my CV?  
Yes, you can use your iDEA Badges just like the awards in DofE

Record of Achievement
The badges demonstrate the skills and knowledge you have gained at both Bronze and Silver level. 
To find out more click here  https://idea.org.uk/about/roa