Smithdon celebrates student success

Smithdon celebrates student success
The former Smithdon students were presented with their awards at a special achievement evening

Smithdon High School welcomed back the Class of 2019, their parents and members of Hunstanton community groups for a celebratory Awards Evening on Wednesday 13th November.

The evening was a chance to present the former Year 11 students with their official GCSE certificates, as well as recognising the incredible achievements made by a number of the year group. These achievements were acknowledged through the presentation of awards and trophies by the school’s Chair of Governors, Andrew Gee, who also spoke at the evening about the importance of the school’s values - Strength, Integrity, Excellence - throughout our lives in personal endeavours and in business.

GCSE Subject Prizes were awarded to:

Harry Caldicott: Geography

Chloe Munro: Design and Technology

Taylor Smith: The Clare Shield for English Language; Chemistry

Lucy Henry: The Connie Martin Memorial Prize for English Literature; French

Matilda Riches: The Halls Exhibition Foundation Endowed Prize for Mathematics; Food Preparation and Nutrition

Ryan Daniels: Biology

Aelfthryth Steward: History; Religious Education

Matthew Yarrow: Combined Science

Georgia Dicks: Physics

Chelsea Britton: Certificate in Digital Applications

Ben Richards: Hunstanton Round Table Award for Physical Education (GCSE)

Oliver Pyatt: Health and Social Care

Milly Chalmers: The Clare Shield for Art

Samuel Hudson: Drama

Jamie Chillingworth: Music

Overall GCSE Attainment: Samuel Hudson and Taylor Smith

Overall GCSE Progress: Jacob Scarisbrick and Lucy Henry

Special Awards

The Rotary Young Citizen Award: Alex Daniels

The George Raines Memorial Award for Sporting Endeavour: Rosie Booth

The Richard Shaw Award: Finnley Bennett

The Hunstanton Lions Prize for Service to the School and its Community: Rose Edmonds

The Pastoral Leader Award: Jacob Scarisbrick

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