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The Brentford High School End Of Year Reports

The Brentford High School End Of Year Reports
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Beesotted’s supply teacher, Condorman, casts his eye back over the class of 2017/2018.
 
The dust has now settled on another enjoyable year at Brentford High School with the pupils again setting some high standards against other places of learning who often have a belief that they should finish above us in the school league table.  Indeed we have now adopted the term #schoolslikebrentford as our new motto.
 
Individual pupil reports follow:
 
Daniel Bentley. A solid year from a diligent pupil who keeps a good hold of his pencil case in class. His distribution of books to fellow pupils is an under rated asset and he rarely lets the school down
 
Henrik Dalsgaard.  A slightly wild marauding pupil from Denmark, Henrik has been selected to attend an international schools convention this summer, which is an honour both for him and the school. Missed some of the term injured but looks a solid addition to the class
 
Josh Clarke.  Josh has sat in a number of seats all over the classroom this year and consistently contributed well to lessons when asked difficult questions
 
Andreas Bjelland. A senior pupil who took a while to settle at the school but showed his maturity and ability this term, including helping some of his younger classmates to develop. Looks set to join a new school this summer
 
John Egan.  A mixed performance from this Irish pupil who didn’t have his best year but contributed well in the summer term.
 
Chris Mepham. This pupil stepped up from junior school with consummate ease. Looks a real talent and is being eyed enviously by other academies who may be able to offer him a bit more pocket money
 
Yoann Barbet. Despite having his seat moved from the centre of class to the left hand side, Yoann was a willing, classy and consistent performer (although we try not to talk about the football that he kicked onto the school roof).
 
Nico Yennaris. Nico is a regular contributor to lessons and is probably has a bigger impact on the class dynamic than some realise. A steady pupil who rarely lets his classmates down.
 
Josh McEachran. Josh is a technically gifted boy who sometimes seems to struggle to provide the answers that his intelligence should deliver. Some of the parents sing a lovely, if mildly ironic, song about him
 
Kamo Mokotjo. Took a while to settle into his new class but has been outstanding during a few lessons, particularly when visiting other schools. Could well improve more next term
 
Ryan Woods. Ryan dealt with an early setback outside of class to regularly deliver work of the highest quality once again. Courted by bigger schools, it’s possible that we will lose Ryan’s talents this summer
 
Romaine Sawyers. Romaine won over a number of doubting parents this season with a series of assured and dominating performances in class.  Has learnt to use his physical size better and sometimes seems on a different wavelength to less gifted pupils
 
Florian Josefzoon.  Spent a while joining lessons quite late before earning a regular chair on the right hand side of the classroom where he started to leave his mark on rival schools.  Very quick around the school corridors and his output is sometimes under rated
 
Sergi Canos. Whilst Sergi remains a likeable and enthusiastic pupil, in truth this was a season where he failed to make the most of his talents. Could do better, and hopefully will.
 
Ollie Watkins. Ollie was new to the school this year but looks like he has the nous and physical attributes to further his education elsewhere eventually. If he stays at the school he could easily become the star pupil next season where he may end up sitting at the very front during lessons
 
Neil Maupay. This Gallic pupil can sometimes be slightly aggressive in class and his petulance can occasionally overshadow his better attributes. Sometimes struggles to consistently answer what look like fairly basic questions but has worked hard in class overall. Arrived late to a field trip to Fulham with devastating effect.
 
Lasse Vibe. An older pupil who put in some good performances before moving overseas in February in exchange for a decent contribution to school funds.
 
Quick reports:
Luke Daniels – reliable on the rare occasions that he was asked questions
Rico Henry – if he can avoid regular injury has the ability to become a star pupil
Lewis MacLeod – missed a lot of lessons, did OK when he eventually turned up
Emiliano Marcondes – struggled to make an impact but could have a big future at the school
Alan Judge – ran around a lot but his impact on lessons was mixed

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