College pays tribute to achievers

PUBLISHED: 13:30 15 October 2008 | UPDATED: 22:27 15 June 2010

HONITON Community College honoured achievers in Key Stage 3 during a presentation evening last week.

HONITON Community College honoured achievers in Key Stage 3 during a presentation evening last week.Award winners were:Year 7English: Highest Achiever - Thomas Haigh; Most Improved - Chloe Carnall. Mathematics: Highest Achiever - Samuel Johnson; Most Improved - Harriet Vickery.Science: Highest Achiever - Lara Drake; Most Improved - Daniel Churchill.Food Technology: Highest Achiever - Lara Drake; Most Improved - Molly Wederell.Resistant Materials: Highest Achiever - Rowanne Small; Most Improved - Tina Pincombe.Textiles: Highest Achiever - Alice Quick; Most Improved - Robert Greenslade.Geography: Highest Achiever - Jodie Williams; Most Improved - Lamara Blackmore. History: Highest Achiever - Samuel Johnson; Most Improved - Harriet Vickery. Religious Studies: Highest Achiever - Max Mason; Most Improved - Sophie Lavis.French: Highest Achiever - Lara Drake; Most Improved - Izzy Hook.IT: Highest Achiever - Billy-Jean Rippin; Most Improved - Fabian Trim. Music: Highest Achiever - Amy Hutchings; Most Improved - Richard Selley.Art: Highest Achiever - Alessandra Cobban; Most Improved - Adison Radford.Drama: Highest Achiever - Tommy Fox; Most Improved - Sophie Lavis. Sportsman of the Year: James Vining. Sportswoman of the Year: Megan Falkner.Pastoral Award: Kyle Harris and Poppy Wilson.Most Improved: Daniel Churchill and Sophie Lavis.Governors' Award: Samuel Johnson and Lara Drake.Highest Commendations: Poppy Wilson.Year 8English: Highest Achiever - Hannah Edwards; Most Improved - Cole Batten.Mathematics: Highest Achiever - Conor Keighery; Most Improved, - Grace Wilkins.Science: Highest Achiever - Conor Keighery; Most Improved - Charlotte Bolton. Food Technology: Highest Achiever - Tabitha Inkpen; Most Improved - Aaron Jenkins.Resistant Materials: Highest Achiever - Charlotte Bolton; Most Improved - Gareth Keefe.Textiles: Highest Achiever - Leia Smith; Most Improved - Lewis Gillingham.Geography: Highest Achiever - Cathrine Phillips; Most Improved - Jade Abraham.History: Highest Achiever - Holly Forsyth; Most Improved - Mitchell Quin.Religious Studies: Highest Achiever - Laura Dare; Most Improved - Tabitha Inkpen.French: Highest Achiever - Tara Rand; Most Improved - Thomas Spiller.IT: Highest Achiever - Holly Forsyth; Most Improved - Benjamin Rogers.Music: Highest Achiever - Bethany Sillitoe; Most Improved, - Connor Solf.Art: Highest Achiever - Leia Smith; Most Improved - Niall Jefford.Drama: Highest Achiever - Bethany Sillitoe; Most Improved - Dale Kingston.Sportsman of the Year: Samuel Loud. Sportswoman of the Year: Tara Rand.Pastoral Award: Benjamin Bastin and Kayleigh Dingle.Most Improved: Samuel Loader and Olivia Boland. Governors' Award: Conor Keighery and Bethany Sillitoe. Highest Commendations: Laura Ma.Year 9English: Highest Achiever - Bethany Norris; Most Improved - Hazel Woodley. Mathematics: Highest Achiever - Sophie Weir; Most Improved - Jacob Swain.Science: Highest Achiever - Alexander Loader; Most Improved - Jacob Swain.Food Technology: Highest Achiever - Blaise Radford; Most Improved - Robyn Broom.Resistant Materials: Highest Achiever - Matthew Baily; Most Improved - Lucy Lee.Textiles: Highest Achiever - Katie Richards; Most Improved - Steven Trenchard.Geography: Highest Achiever - Beth Hutchings; Most Improved - Ashely Ablett. History: Highest Achiever - Molly Tyers; Most Improved - Jadie Larcombe. Religious Studies: Highest Achiever - Megan Grendon; Most Improved - Roseanne Jeffries.French: Highest Achiever - Beth Hutchings; Most Improved - Conor Carter.IT: Highest Achiever - Annabel Frost; Most Improved - Robbie Barden. Music: Highest Achiever - Josie Denning; Most Improved - Marco Briglia.Art: Highest Achiever - Sophie Weir; Most Improved - Katie Richards.Drama: Highest Achiever - Natasha Haward; Most Improved - Chloe Solman. Sportsman of the Year: Charlie Corfield. Sportswoman of the Year: Emily Dunn.Pastoral Award: Matthew Baily and Briony Aird.Most Improved: Jacob Swain and Hazel Woodley.Governors' Award: Alexander Loader and Sophie Weir.Highest Commendations: Laura Enticott.


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