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Woodroffe students reap the rewards
HEADTEACHER Richard Steward praised pupils as they received honours at the Woodroffe School Senior Awards Ceremony.
Hundreds of pupils in years 10 and 11 and the sixth form were recognised for their efforts and achievements in and out of the classroom at the presentation night.
They received prizes for their educational and sporting successes as well as for service to the school, arts and drama.
Student Ed Mills was among those singled out when he scooped the Lyme Regis News Award for Creative and Media Excellence.
Dr Steward said: “We have two award ceremonies each year.
“Both are fantastic opportunities to celebrate the achievements of our students. We also had a whole school assembly the next morning.
“Those students who were not there got a chance to hear the music and celebrate the success of the school together.”
Dr Steward said it had been a very good year with the school also gaining Teaching School Status allowing it to lead the training and professional development of staff.
He sadi: “It has been a pretty good year. We had excellent exam results, our Ofsted inspection was outstanding and we have just been given Teaching School status.
“It is extremely positive.
“Only 200 schools in the country have the Teaching School status so it makes Woodroffe nationally important.”
Students, including the school jazz band, played at the ceremony and chairman of governors Peter Fortnam was among those to present the prizes.
Roll of honour
YEAR 10 PRIZEWINNERS
Shannon Allen, Pippa Anning, Tessa Bawden, Eddie Beardwood, Ben Blackmore, Natalie Bristol, Bryony Burrett, Jake Causley, Lydia Clapp, James Clarke, Josh Coates, Rachel Colby, Phoebe Confrey, Daisy Day, Holly Davis-Griffiths, Georgia Down, Samuel Farrow, Eleanor Gait, Eleanor Gillan, Lucian Hand, Mollie Hansford, Astrid Heasman, Reuben Heeler-Frood, Bethan Higgs.
Jamie Jeffery, Daniel Johnson, Connor Jones, Emma Lewis, Will Lister, Harriette Lloyd, Liam Mclean, Anne Morgan, Emma Murray, Christopher Nichol, Emma Page, Elizabeth Parris, Thomas Paterson, Genevieve Payne, Lucy Pearson, Frances Penrose, Benjamin Perry, Rosie Pollard, Alice Reynolds, Harry Robson, Harry Rumens, Ele Saltmarsh, Kate Shaw, Abigail Speake, Michael Turner and Holly Vincent.
YEAR 10 SPORTS EXCELLENCE AWARD
Abigail Dare and Thomas Stephens-Fouracre.
YEAR 11 PRIZEWINNERS
Hollie Ailsby-Fish, Ciaran Badman, Oscar Bailey, Ceci Bawden, Eva Bell, Sophie Benger, Eva Blore, Isabelle Bosence, Chris Bowditch, Christopher Boxall, Alexandra Brown, Katie Chubb, Rachael Clarke, Rory Collier, Brianna Curry, James Dean.
Chris De Bank, Niall Fifer, Daniel Freeman, Emily Fuller, Daniel Fuzzard, Tom Gater, Jac Grmusa, Ollie Harris, James Hill, Freya Holmes, Zoe Hughes Alice Jenkin, Ruby Jenkins, Samuel Kapur, Tom Kiernan, Rosie Marshall, Alexandra McStea, Alice Neal, Jasmine Pearce, Lara Pomeroy, Emily Rice, Rebecca Riddle, Camille Riley, Polly Rodin, Lisa Sargent, Lucy Sargent, Hannah Simpson, Fiona Sinclair, Bethany Staples, Amy Street, Amelia Taylor, Krystal Torrepalma, Eddy Turner and Tess Voysey.
YEAR 11 SPORTS EXCELLENCE AWARD
Lily Collier and Toby Willis
YEAR 11 SERVICE TO THE SCHOOL
YEAR 11 WORK EXPERIENCE AWARD
Tia Brown and Mark Voysey
SUBJECT LOWER SIXTH AND UPPER SIXTH
Applied Art, no lower sixth award, Hazel Hurn.
Applied Business, Portia Smith, Samantha Berry.
Art, Scarlett Down, Katie Austin.
Biology, Scarlett Down and Chloe Watson (both lower sixth), James Bowditch.
Chemistry, Kristian Beckers, Holly Voysey.
Drama, Grace Keeler, Celia Cruwys-Finnigan.
English Language, Scarlett Down, Jonathan Davies.
English Literature, Conor Kesham, Katie Smith.
Environmental Studies, Jack Rumens, Joanna Hillier.
French, Polly Hocking, Celia Cruwys-Finnigan.
Further Maths, Hollie Dascombe, Duncan Love Geography, James Dunford, Catherine Voysey.
Graphics, Adele Davies (lower sixth only) History, Arran Pedder, Meaghan Curry.
History of Art, Scarlett Down, Bethan Sackett-Thomas IT, Callam Thom, Holly Voysey.
Leisure Studies, Rachel Grater (lower sixth) Maths, Alice Gay and Elias Halkes-Wellstead (lower sixth) and Robyn Lewis and Catherine Voysey (upper sixth).
Media Studies, Alice Witteridge, Lucy Timbrell.
Music, Sarah Nicholson, Celia Cruwys-Finnigan.
Music Technology, Dominic Kirtley, Jonathan Pogson.
Product Design 3D, Ryan Shilston (lower sixth only) Product Design Textiles, Alex Morgan, Katie Smith.
PE, Jack Rumens, Charlie Tayor.
Photography, Alex Morgan, Abbie Stewart.
Physics, Kristian Beckers, Tom Clarke.
Psychology, Rachael Tipping (lower sixth only).
Public Service, Rachel Brown (lower sixth only).
Spanish, Carla Barsolle, Lauren Ellis.
EPQ, Megan Vincent-Pearsall.
Services to Music, Celia Cruwys-Finnigan.
Axminster Operatic Society Music & Drama Award, Celia Cruwys-Finnigan.
Lyme Regis News Award for Creative & Media Excellence Edward Mills.
CCF Award, Charlie Taylor Lyme Media & Events Award for Sporting Excellence Gavin Pearson.
Head Boy, Tom Clarke.
Head Girl, Robyn Lewis.
Deputy Head Boy, James Bowditch.
Deputy Head Girl, Georgia Robson.
Ashley Ball, Matt Dale, Edward Firman, Christian Forster, Duncan Love, Harry Perkin, Jonathan Pogson, Finlay Prescott, Keiren White, Harry Wilkins, Joe Williams Helen Collins, Celia Cruwys-Finnigan, Lauren Ellis, Tamsin Fowler, Emily Hall, Dani Hanham, Alexandra Hawker, Hazel Hurn, Rosie Kitcher, Polly Rumsby and Lily Shorten.
SERVICE TO THE SCHOOL
Bethany Allen, Joe Bailey, Holly Dascombe, James Dunford, Fraser Gutteridge, Dean Iyavoo, Dominic Kirtley, Jake Perrett, Finlay Prescott, Jack Rumens, Callam Thom, Rachael Tipping and Andrew Watson
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