Congratulations to this week’s nominees:
Felix Riley. His first GCSE Music Composition is a piece for full symphony orchestra, is highly imaginative and could be submitted as A level coursework as it is so advanced. He has put in several hours of independent study in order to create it. He is truly outstanding.
Olivia Taylor, Ava Da Costa, Laura Stevenson, Amy Shute, Ailidh Dick, Ellie Dandie, Niamh Atchison, Rebecca Bradley, Amy Carr, Jessica Gardiner, Lucy McConnell, Hazel Dennis and Emily Glover Stewart for attending the ESSA English Schools Track and Field Cup 2019 and winning the regional B final for intermediate girls. This was the highest number of points putting us in first position against a range of other state and private schools within the region. They are now just waiting to find out whether we they through to the National Final based on points from other Regional competitions.
Alex Ferry, Rory Dwyer, George Walters-Brunt, Owen Bamford and John Charlton for participating fully in Year 10 Careers Week despite being out of their comfort zone. They worked as part of new and different teams, engaged confidently and well with external service providers and demonstrated good problem solving skills and resilience.
Maximilan Marr, Nathan Arkle, Theo Brown, Oliver Crooks, Ethan Brewis, Daniel Lloyd, Charlie Lane, Ben Waterfield, Dylan Davies, Dylan Gooding, Aidan McInally, Douglas Robson, Dominic Marshall, Danny Dowd, Matthew Walton and Sam Tate for finishing 2nd in the Regional A final Track and Field Cup Athletics competition in Costell Stadium, Hull on Wednesday 19 June.
Rachel Black, Amy Stokoe and Olivia Taylor for representing the school as a Ski team at English Schools Indoor Ski Champs in Manchester. The girl’s team was 16th – they just had the three skiers whereas most teams had four skiers. They raced in the under 19’s category.
Oscar Ho, Edgar Ho, Christopher Watson, Suzy Hull, Isaac Thorn, Jessica Hawkins, Aidan Campbell and Josh Carlyle for performing at Abbeyfields First School and being an inspiration to the younger students of the Learning Trust