Headlands pupils pick up awards

Headlands School'Achievement Awards Evening'5th January 2012'PA1201-2b'Joshua Raynor presented with the Norman Hall Shield for Achievement through perseverance from Norman Hall
Headlands School'Achievement Awards Evening'5th January 2012'PA1201-2b'Joshua Raynor presented with the Norman Hall Shield for Achievement through perseverance from Norman Hall

THE achievements of over 300 students at Headlands School were celebrated at the school’s annual awards evening.

The ceremony was held on Thursday January 5 at the school, where dozens of students won prizes for their effort and attainment in different school subjects, both at GCSE and A Level.

Headlands School'Achievement Awards Evening'5th January 2012'PA1201-2c'A selection of the GCSE  Prize winners

Headlands School'Achievement Awards Evening'5th January 2012'PA1201-2c'A selection of the GCSE Prize winners

Current students were joined by former upper 6th students along with parents, staff, governors and guests.

Alongside the presentation of examination certificates some students received awards recognising outstanding achievement across a range of subjects, as well as others who received awards for making an outstanding contribution to school life.

Winner of the Norman Hall shield for achievement through perseverance was Joshua Raynor, while Corrie Green took the Alison Sansby trophy for courage and determination, and Annalisa Bowtell received the Pete Wilson shield for endeavour.

Megan Martin and Kate Hutchinson received prizes for their service to the school at Key Stage 3 and 4 respectivley, Minela Huremovic won the Angela Scoot Prize for service to 6th form while Louise Kelly and Jessica Blakeston similarly took the academic excellence awards at Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4.

Taking the Rotary prize for service above self on the evening were Samantha Lloyd, Albert Haddenham, Oliver Jones, Tawny Bulmer and Jasper Hill.

The winner of the Bad Salzuflen Twinning prize was Scott Beckett.

The Lords Feoffees prize for outstanding achievement went to Joseph Nind, who has gone on to study medicine at Imperial College London.

Headlands School is extremely grateful to Bridlington Rotary Club, The Lords Feoffees and the Bad Salzuflen Twinning Associated for their support and donation of awards.

“We were delighted to acknowledge the achievements of so many outstanding young people,” said Mr Woolley, event organiser.