At Christ The Prince Of Peace Church in Weybridge, we celebrated the success of our Year 11, 12 and 13 students from last year.
After a prayer and welcome by Fr Kevin O'Donnell and a Headteacher's Report from Mr James Kibble, the presentation of the GCSE and GCE Certificates and prizes were given by George Nash MBE, British Olympic Gold Medallist.
Music was performed by Georgina Schild, Brendan Soane, Callum Mitchell, Ethan Hennigan and Leizel Abrahams.
The Vote of Thanks was given by Corinna Herriot and Stephen Lim-Heath, from the Sixth Form Student Union.
Very creative & technically sound approach to all artwork with ideas based on thorough research in A’ Level Art
For a consistently positive attitude towards learning and outstanding effort in Computer Science
For outstanding dedication to A’ Level Graphics, producing a fantastic final piece and supporting portfolio
For outstanding effort and achievement in A’ Level Drama and Theatre Studies
Consistently excellent effort and resilience in A’ Level English
For maintaining high standards over the 2 years in A’ Level Economics
Utter determination from beginning to end – outstanding progress that has created a wonderful linguist in A’ Level French
What a magnificent journey in A’ Level Spanish. Such a talented linguist with a bright future ahead
For a consistently positive attitude towards learning and outstanding effort in A’ Level Geography
For outstanding dedication and commitment to A’ Level History
Being an outstanding mathematician who has performed consistently at the highest level in A’ Level Maths
Academic rigour and recognising the importance of personal aspirations in A’ Level Media Studies
Outstanding commitment to extracurricular throughout A’ Level Music
Consistent hard work and success in A’ Level Philosophy and Ethics
Independent learning and very thorough approach to research and technical aspects of the work in A’ Level Photography. Great thinking outside the box
For dedication and commitment in A’ Level PE
For being an exceptional A’ Level Biologist in terms of attitude and achievement
Quietly, modestly, consistently brilliant in A’ Level Chemistry
Quietly, modestly, consistently brilliant in A’ Level Physics
Eoin O’ Connor
For outstanding effort and achievement in A’ Level Sociology
For outstanding effort and achievement in A’ Level Psychology
Ellie Fawcus Smith