Congratulations to this year’s Junior School prize-winners.
On Monday, 4 July, parents, teachers and pupils gathered in the on-site marquee to celebrate the pupils’ achievements.
Guests were welcomed by Headmaster, Mr Hartley and entertainment was provided by the Junior School Choir who performed two fantastic pieces.
With the help of four J4 pupils, Mrs Ainsworth reflected on the past year before introducing Myles Gallimore (OKS1993), pictured with Mr Hartley, to present this year’s prizes.
Myles is a pilot who flown for a number of commercial airlines and served in the military, including a proud stint with the Red Arrows. He recounted to the pupils that he had wanted to become a pilot from an early age, and talked about the importance of staying focussed on your dreams.
Here is the complete list of this year’s winners:
THE KING’S VALUES AWARD WINNERS:
This is a prize for pupils who have shown commitment to their studies and demonstrated the school’s core values of Aspire, Respect, Collaborate.
|J1D Oliver Dowd||J2F Harry Hendrick-Lewis||J3B Henry Wiseman||J4M Seth Brander|
|J1G Annabella Davies||J2P Jasmine Lee||J3H Monty Jones||J4O George Powner|
|J1L Enzo Masters||J2T Iksha Shenoy||J3S Benas Brazaitis||J4S Alex Sedwell|
PROGRESS PRIZE WINNERS:
|J1D Rory Green||J2F Theo Blackman||J3B James Hanslip||J4M India Skyrme-Walker|
|J1G Luca Griffiths||J2P Andrea Arechaga||J3H Ragavi Gunaraj||J4O Alice Gooding|
|J1L Charles Hamer||J2T Michael Rymer||J3S Max Cheetham||J4S Sophia Hlinomazova|
SUBJECT PRIZE WINNERS:
|J1D Henry Davies||J2F Zach Pynadath||J3B Jonty Sargeant||J4M George Galbraith|
|J1G Jake Mitchell||J2P Vir Singh||J3H Jake Thistlewood||J4O Patrick Stananought|
|J1L Bertie O’Neill||J2T William Jones||J3S Zahra Pope||J4S Huw Bellis|
|J1D Henry Stewart||J2F Tegan Graham||J3B Imogen Carway||J4M Issy Hughes|
|J1G Wilfred Davies||J2P Hugo Kemp||J3H Clara Hollday||J4O Shivesh Kaviethasan|
|J1L Angad Sandhu||J2T Daniel George||J3S Mollie Howdon||J4S Tom Canning|
|J1 Max Williams||J2 Francesca Smith||J3 Ava Ekman||J4 Tess Walley|
|J1 India Thorne||J2 Aditya Pydah||J3 Anika Muraari Anand||J4 Rhys Jones|
|J1 Hettie Skyrme-Walker||J2 Jasmine Phillips||J3 Ellory Dean||J4 Hansika Senthil Kumar|
|J1 James Gray||J2 Josh Huges||J3 Harry Storrar|
|J1 Poppy Hayworth||J2 Chloe Van Kalles||J3 Farah Younis|
|J1 Zoya Jawad||J2 Oscar Rivkin||J3 Elif Karagulle||J4 Jonathan Das|
|J1 Ana Cronin-Wojdat||J2 Daksh Sharma||J3 Elliot Berg||J4 Cameron Christie|
|J1 Ted Dobson-Bainbridge||J2 Edward Williams||J3 Linzey Wei||J4 Dev Varma|
|J1 Cameron Kormaz-Minns||J2 Sebastian Hughes||J3 Ewan Holt||J4 Anushka Arya|
|J1 Priyanka Varma||J2 Anna Martin||J3 Henry Beverley||J4 Archie Fletcher|
|J1 Ariella Roe||J2 Mahi Malhotra||J3 Nikita Arya||J4 Yusuf Razaq|
MOST HOUSE POINTS AWARD: Tegan Graham
Fennell Prize (for the highest average of 1s for effort across all reports in Junior School): Amelie Curtis
DRAMA CUP (Decided by pupil vote): George Powner
THE ENGLISH CUP (For engendering a passion of English): Jonathan Das
CROSS-COUNTRY CUP: India Skyrme-Walker & Logan Sefton
THE PRESIDENT’S BAT: William MacLehose
THE TOM CLAMP MEMORIAL FOR SPORTING ACHIEVEMENT: Poppy Coates & Tom Canning
THE CONSTERDINE AWARD ( For dedication and endeavour): George Galbraith
THE GRAHAM SHIELD (A pupil who always looks to the needs of others and upholds the values of the school at all times): Visakh Kartha
THE BROTHERHOOD AWARD (A pupil who epitomizes all that King’s stands for – a true ambassador for the school): Patrick Stananought