Junior School Prizegiving 2024

Congratulations to this year’s Junior School prizewinners. 

On Monday, 1 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, Moving On and Sir Duke.

Mrs Ainsworth reflected on the achievements of the past year and prizes were presented by School Governor, Debbie Leonard.

The ceremony was concluded by J4 pupil Sebastian Hughes who gave the vote of thanks to staff, parents, Mrs Leonard and to his fellow Junior School pupils. 

Here is the complete list of this year’s 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  Isabela Vital Marques J2B  Teddy Brothwood J3D   Anastasia Cronin-Wojdat J4M  Leah Hartley-Richards
J1G  Anika Singh J2L  William Blenkinsop J3H  Antoine Paul-Maudhuy J4O  Francesca Smith
J1F  Matilda Greenhalgh J2P Kamile Valantine  J3S  Alice Keeble J4S   Miya Craven



J1D  Oscar Maxton J2B  Ellie White J3D  Zayn Jaffri  J4M  Arabella Denton
J1G  Maximillian Williams J2L  Harrish Kirubakaran J3H  Samuel Oakes J4O  Harriet Gordon
J1F  Sebastian Binks J2P  Thea Rogers J3S  Max Sebborn J4S  Charlie Leslie




J1D  Darren Yuen J2B  James Burton J3D  Ruben Batho J4M  Benjamin Marshall
J1G  SChukwuma Ekwueme J2L  Arthur Irwin     J3H  Robert O’Neill J4O  William Jones
J1F Dylan Unalkat J2P  Luca Tong J3S  Felicity Snowden J4S   Jasmine Lee


J1D  Belle Hastings J2B  Greta Javorskyte J3D  Priyanka Varma J4M Lydia O’Malley
J1G  Myla Patel   J2L  Ava Phillips J3H Annabella Davies J4O Edward Stewart
J1F  Sebastian Keogh J2P  Alexander Graham       J3S  Wilfred Davies J4S Tegan Graham


J1  Romy Safina J2  Ariah Mittal J3  Max Williams J4  Florence Hain


J1  Alexandra Parker J2  Chucheng Tan J3  Enzo Masters J4  Andrea Arechaga


J1  Emily Ames J2  Aarna Uduchana J3  Harriet McGuigan J4  Jasmine Phillips


J1  Sophia Ratcliffe-Roberts J2  Seren Graham J3  Holly Moore  
J1  Jax Thorne J2  Eric Slater J3  James Gray  

DESIGN TECHNOLOGY:                 

J1  Lily Carroll J2  Lukas Boecking J3  Ariella Roe J4  Sabri Devakumar


J1  Maximilian Sharma J2  Clare Madden J3  Henry Bibby J4  Elsie O’Flynn


J1  Edward Roochove J2  Henry Rayner J3  Oluwatoni Alalade J4  Michael Woodcock


J1  Alexander Watkins   J2  Leo McKenna JJake Mitchell J4  Agam Singh


J1  Gethin Lloyd    J2 Bronwen Sinclair J3 Theodora Thomas J4  Daniel George


J1  Harrison Ketheswaran J2  Hugo Malalana J3  Angad Sandhu J4  Edward Williams



THE TERRY HANDS (CBE) CHESS CUP (for the most promising Chess player in the Junior School): Zach Pynadath

FENNELL PRIZE (for the highest average of 1s for effort across all reports in Junior School): Jasmine Phillips

DRAMA CUP: Lucy Rees-Bock

THE ENGLISH CUP (for engendering a passion of English): Anna Martin          

CROSS-COUNTRY CUP:  Poppy McKenna & Milo Hughes

THE PRESIDENT’S BAT (for performance and contribution to the U11 cricket team): William Goldsmith & Jessica Rayner

THE TOM CLAMP MEMORIAL (most significant contribution to sport): Poppy McKenna & Joshua Hughes

THE CONSTERDINE AWARD (For dedication and endeavour): Chloe Van Kalles

THE GRAHAM SHIELD (A pupil who always looks to the needs of others and upholds the values of the school at all times): Samuel Fox-Manning

THE BROTHERHOOD AWARD (A pupil who epitomises all that King’s stands for – a true ambassador for the school): Henry Hendrick-Lewis