Congratulations to the large selection of pupils who were presented with their prestigious Duke of Edinburgh Awards this week.
The benefits of the Duke of Edinburgh scheme are widely known with young people being given the opportunity to gain skills, confidence and friendship through a demanding programme of activities over a sustained period.
Gold Awards were awarded to Amelia Standing (U6WE), Miles Meredith (U6BR), Sophie Cliff (U6WE), Emily Cresswell (U6FX), Anna Lloyd (U6WE) and Scot Hodgson (U6BR).
Silver Awards were awarded to Danilo Foglio (U6WE), Scot Hodgson (U6BR), Amelia Jones (L6WA), Daniel Savidge (L6DU), Liam Shortall (L6GR), Owen Edwards (U6WE), Alasdair Montgomery (U6GR), Matthew Reece-Jones (U6LS), Issy Whittingham (U6WA), Rohan Yesudian (L6Gl), Archie Blacklock (L6BR), Oscar Cornelius (L6FX), Alex Forrester (L6LS), Emma Giddis (L6FX), Kate Jenkinson (L6LS), Ben Davies (L6Gl), Bethan Hill (U6WA) and Arjun Periasamy (L6BR).
Bronze Awards were awarded to Daniel Savidge (L6DU), Charlie Clarke (L6WE), Maya Adhiyaman (5GR), Reshma Mammachan (5GR), William Moore (5DU), Michael Politsos (5FX), Alistair Smellie (L6BR), Daniel Sharratt (5LS), Anuthi Fernando (5BR), Elsa Hodgson (5BR), Eve Jawara (5DU), Erin Morgan (L6Gl), William Barker (L6FX), Carmen Boyd (5WA), Lottie Cliff (5WE), Nathan Rahill (L6WE), Caitlin Thomas (5GR), Miranda Thompson (5FX), James Underwood (L6WE), Isabelle Pearce (L6WE), Harry Caputo (5GR), Louis Jackson (5WA) and Georgia Spender (5Gl).