Friday, October 25, 2013
The academic, sporting and pastoral achievements of students at Honiton Community College were recognised at a celebration evening.
The annual celebration of achievement was held for years 7 to 9.
The event was also an opportunity to celebrate the continuing success of the college, including celebrating the fact that this year, for the first year in over a decade, the majority of students have studied for a GCSE in a modern foreign language.
The key stage 3 evening featured a vocal performance from year 9 student and prize winner Chloe Pottinger and music from The Honiton Jazz Project.
Awards were given to the most improved and highest performing student in each subject. Special cup winners were Ellie Beigan (Governors’ Award Year 7), Jack Haigh (Governors’ Award Year 8) and Gabriel Parker-Gifford (Governors’ Award Year 9).
Other cup winners were Hollie Johnson (mathematics), Gabriel Parker-Gifford (English & IT and Governors’ Cup), Nick Long (science), Carys Lilley (humanities), Charlotte Rose (modern languages), Luke Chambers (creative arts), Annabel Kane (technology), Tom Olive (sportsman) and Lucy Patch (sportswoman).