GCSE Awards were recently given out at a reception held at School on Friday 22 October 2021 . The Guest of Honour was Aly Harte.
Pictured: The Platform Party:
Front row: Stephen Moore (Principal), Aly Harte (Guest of Honour) and Philip McDonagh (Chairman of the Board of Governors).
Back row: Steven Alexander (Vice-Principal) and Sarah Cochrane (Vice-Principal).
Old Scholars’ Prize:
Old Scholars’ Prize winners awarded for outstanding achievement at GCSE level who all gained A* grades in each of their ten or eleven subjects include: Sarah Agnew, Judith Brown, Caitlyn Capper, Rose Eccles, Abdulahad Farooqui, Rachel Graham, Hollie Hunter, Charlotte Johnston, Lucy Johnston, Leo Kennedy, Mikayla Kyle, Helen Lyster, Kiera Miel-Delbederi, Annabelle Millen, Abi Sweeney, Natasha Whiteside and Megan Wilson.
Friends’ Year 12 GCSE subject prize winners include Sarah Fong (English Literature), Judith Brown (History, Mathematics and Religious Studies), Finlay Crawford (Chemistry), Rose Eccles (Physics) and Sarah Agnew (Food and Nutrition).
Friends’ Year 12 GCSE subject prize winners include Sophie Hewitt (Art & Design and Technology & Design), Sofia Hortiguela Conn (Spanish), Lucy Johnston (Biology), Jonathan Irwin (Digital Technology), Charlotte Johnston (Chemistry and Further Mathematics) and Hollie Hunter (Further Mathematics and Physics).
Friends’ Year 12 GCSE subject prize winners include Helen Lyster (Food & Nutrition and History), Emily MacManus (Geography), Leo Kennedy (English Language), Sophie Kidd (Physical Education) and Charlotte Kennedy (Business Studies).
Friends’ Year 12 GCSE subject prize winners include Erin Megrath (Art & Design), Kiera Miel-Delbederi (German), Lauren McCarthy (French), Abi Sweeney (Double Award Science, Geography and Music), Megan Wilson (English Literature, French, German and Religious Studies).
Not pictured: Rachel Meeke (Art & Design) and Lucy McGreevy (Mathematics).
GCSE June McKeown Cup:
Friends’ Year 12 pupil Sam Netherton was awarded the June McKeown Cup for Endeavour and Achievement in Science.