Key for Award and Reunion Event Photo (see above)

By Adrian Frost, Assistant Principal, 12 January 2016



Orla was an articulate and enthusiastic member of her tutor group and was passionate and excited about almost everything she did. She had a strong interest In history and was involved in amateur dramatics, Duke of Edinburgh and the National Team for Target Rifle. She had a mature understanding of the plays studied and devised and performed an intelligent and thought provoking adaptation of the short story The Yellow Wallpaper.  Orla takes a College Award for Academic Achievement and is now at East Anglia studying History.


James was a particularly well organised student who maintained a high level of sport. He won the PE Scholar Athlete award for Academic work and his performances in athletics. He also acted as a mentor for other students and is awarded the Syd Kent Award for Personal Achievement. He is now at Brunel University studying Physiotherapy .


Takes the Lloyd's Bank Award for Consistent Effort studying Computer Science At St John's College, Cambridge. He For demonstrating one of the most professional approaches to study in Computing seen in many a year and as a result achieving top marks in his coursework. Jared was an excellent student in Physics and was always prepared to test himself against the best. This was true of his entry into the Physics Olympiad where he completed the preparation in his own time.


Ben was an outstanding student who worked hard and did very well to achieve his dream of studying medicine. He takes the College Award for Academic Achievement and is now at East Angla  studying Medicine.                                                                                                                                                              


Sasha achieved excellent results in Business Studies and takes a College Award for Academic Achievement, Sasha was the Sports Committee Chairperson and is now at Durham University studying for a Combined Honours in Social Sciences



Jacqui consistently achieved at a very high level in Art History.  She showed an infectious enthusiasm for the subject and was highly motivated to put in the effort in order to find relevant material.  Jacqui takes a College Award for Academic Achievement and is now studying History of Art at Warwick University.


Rochelle was probably the perfect IB student. She was incredibly positive and cheerful. Always thoroughly engaged and passionate about all of her subjects. Academically she worked very hard and in addition she gave a lot of time to wider College activities including her role as Treasurer of the College Council, as a member of the College Amnesty group and helping out with a lot of charity and fundraising events. Rochelle takes the College Award for Contribution to the College Community and College Award for Academic Achievement. She is now at Birmingham University studying International Relations with Political Science.