College students presented with laptop computers

PUBLISHED: 11:57 15 October 2008 | UPDATED: 22:27 15 June 2010

TWO students at Honiton Community College have today (Tuesday) been presented with laptop computers, in recognition of the progress they have made since joining the school.

TWO students at Honiton Community College have today (Tuesday) been presented with laptop computers, in recognition of the progress they have made since joining the school.

Daniel Paterson and Kerri-Ann Upham, both Year 12 students, achieved outstanding GCSE results and have performed significantly better than national expectations.

They received the computers in the presence of the college's principal, Norman Tyson, Lynda Pryce, who is chairman of the governors, assistant principal Andrew Holt and head of year Rob Robson.

A college spokesperson said: "The college awards laptops on a yearly basis to the students who improve the most - as an incentive towards diligence, commitment and effort.

"The awards are funded by the Specialist Schools and Academies Trust (Raising Achievement and Transforming Learning).


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