This week we welcomed back the Sixth Form students to an evening of celebration. Every year we invite the students after their exams to this special event. The evening started with some food and refreshments in K Hall where students had to opportunity to catch up with their peers. This was followed by the main presentation in K Hall. Everyone enjoyed a video showing their highlights and time at the school and Sixth Form as well as a video created by last year’s Headgirl, bringing back some great memories from the past.
To conclude the evening, staff presented 10 prestigious awards to the following students:
Shobana & Laavanya Yoganayam Prize for Outstanding Success in Chemistry went to Hassan Naima
Douglas Peacock Memorial Award for Highest Achievement in Chemistry went to Pranay Vekaria
Richard Vaizey Memorial Award for a student noted for their intellectual curiosity went to Hamza Butt
Professor John Marks Memorial Award to support deserving applicants to Oxbridge went to Wahab Rahmani
John Wyles Memorial Award for Achievement in Face of Adversity went to Pritesh Parekh
Reading List Foundation, a Scholoarship of £250 For an exceptional Year 13 student from a low income background, starting university to fund reading resources went to Sankari Thangakumaran
Elizabeth Williams Memorial Award for the Most Outstanding Contribution to the Life of the School went to Livya Mathialagan Pal
Roger Stone Memorial Award for Outstanding Public Service to the School Community went to Abitha Naganathan
The Phillip Snell Award for the Greatest Overall Improvement went to Rachel Ayodele
Student of the Year is awarded to the student who stands out in terms of all round excellence went to Jumana Elsheikh Ali.
Well done to all of the Year 13s and good luck with your A Level results.