Awards and Achievements

Term 5 Spring 2016 winners

English and Expressive Arts College awards

Overall Quiz winners
EASIEnglish_01

Highest Achievement points
EETR

Student subject awards
Art – Ella Purvis
HistoryLewis Blincowe
Modern Foreign LanguagesCaitlin Desousa
ICT  Tomas Gould
PE Tia Williams

100% Attendance English and Expressive Arts
54 students had the Gold attendance award for Term 2
Teya Agnese gets the £10 awards for the term
Greg Ewers gets £10 Amazon voucher for the most improved attendance

Mentee of the Term: Katherine Cooper was picked out of hat and received £10

Humanities and Languages College Awards

Overall Quiz winnersArts-and-Hums_01
HCGR

Highest Achievement points
HZGR

Student subject awards
English – Josh Hove
Resistant Materials  Jakub Wojcik
Geography Lauren Amos
Food & Nutrition – Sophie Nimmo
Maths – Tia Chasey
Graphics – Meghan Fowler

100% Attendance the Humanities and Languages
Sam Worboyes was picked out of the 100% Attendance hat to receive £10
Ben Sims gets £10 Amazon voucher for the most improved attendance

Mentee of the Term
Owen Stratford was picked out of hat and received £10

Maths and Health College Awards

Overall Quiz winnersMaths_01
MWTE

Highest Achievement points
MTKE

Student subject awards
Media – Aimee Greasby
Drama – Ildiko Kocsondi
Business Studies – Lauryn Wearing
Music – Ava Butler
Science – Rosa Ward
Textiles – Gina Starkie

100% Attendance the Maths and Health
Kieran O’Neil was picked out of the 100% Attendance hat to receive £10
Mason Cox gets £10 Amazon voucher for the most improved attendance

Mentee of the Term
Molly Brock was picked out of a hat to receive £10

Science and Technology College Awards

Overall Quiz winnersScience_01
SCMC

Highest Achievement points
SGLL

100% Attendance the Science and Technology
50 students had the Gold attendance award for Term 5
Elizabeth Dray SSHA was picked out of the 100% Attendance hat to receive £10
Samantha Poole received £10 Amazon voucher for the most improved attendance

Mentee of the Term
Chloe Minchin SSSU was picked out of a hat to receive £10