Students’ achievements have been celebrated at our Senior Awards prize-giving ceremony.
The awards were given to students in Years 11, 12 and 13 during a special awards evening. Thank you to Mayor of Bridport, Councillor Ian Bark, who helped present them. test
Adam Shelley, Headteacher of the Sir John Colfox Academy, said: “Congratulations to all students who achieved an award. It was great to be able to celebrate excellence during the awards ceremony and wonderful to invite families into school again to share students’ achievements.
“Well done to everyone who received an award. Thank you to the Mayor, Cllr Bark, for joining us and thanks to everyone who sponsored an award. It is brilliant to have such strong community support in Bridport, our sponsors included Carpet World, Creeds Design and Print, Groves Nursery, Palmers Brewery, Stags Estate Agency, Symondsbury Estate, AJ Wakely and Sons, Jane Dibdin and Yeovil College.”
Student achievement is celebrated in individual subjects and additional awards are also given for specific achievements. These included the Humphrey Dibdin Award for Contribution to the School and Community which was presented to Charlie Wheeler and the Award for Contribution to the School and Community which was won by Stanley Bowden.
The award for Outstanding Academic Achievement was presented to Sapphire Pearse and Award for Outstanding Effort was won by Lucy Rainey. The Best Overall Performance at GCSE was won by Bailey Prowse and the Headteachers’ Award for Progress was given to Helen Webb.
The Award for Best Overall Performance in Y12 was awarded to Toby Pitfield, and the Governors’ Award for Progress in the Sixth Form was awarded to Georgina Hawkins. Eddie Rose won the Award for Contribution to the School and Community.
Congratulations to Abigail Rees for Best Overall Performance, Ellie Walker for Best Overall Progress and Mert Isiktas for the Award for Vocational Education. The ceremony took place just before the Christmas holidays.