Awards were presented for each subject for ‘Highest Achievement’ and Best Progress’. Awards were also given out to students with 100% attendance.
The following students were awarded Governor's Award by the Chair of Governors, Lesley Holmes.
Keiron Haigh age 12
Megan Irwin age 13
Teagan Sibbick age 14
Matthew Churches age 14
Jack Millward age 16
The Governor Award is given to students in recognition of efforts they have made.
Kaitlyn Croxall was presented with the Principal’s Award for services to the school. As well as a glass trophy she was also given a vase with our slogan ‘Shine Bright’ etched on it.
Parents and staff were also treated to two student performances; Year 10 singers performing ‘Somewhere over the Rainbow’ and Anna in Year 7 singing Birdy’s ‘Not about Angels’.
The Rt Honourable Dame Janet Paraskeva was the guest speaker for the evening. Dame Janet has held a variety of roles including as Chief Executive of the Law Society and at the Serious Organised Crime Agency. She was also appointed as the first Civil Service Commissioner in 2006. She began her career as a Science and Maths teacher.
Joy Ballard, Principal, said:
‘I was so proud of our winners and it was very moving to see the delight on their parents’ faces. Ensuring children do well at school relies on a strong partnership between school and parents and it it was such a pleasure sharing together the success of our students’
Photos from the evening can be seen under our Ryde Academy in Pictures page on the website.