Our Prize-Giving Evening saw students in Year 10 and Year 12 take the awards, as well as one or two from Year 8, as we celebrated the high achievers in 2021-2022.

The evening included welcomes, presentations, music (provided by Ben Lawrence) and speeches and the following students were given awards for their efforts:

KS3 Subject Awards

Art (Isabel Stone), Drama (Tommy Baines), DT (Jacob Murphy), English (Phoenix Ivey), French (Charlotte Jones), Geography (Reece Pike), History (Liam Shepherd), ICT (Isaac Minihane), Maths (Adam Turley), Music (Joshua Douglas-Boisson), RE (Lyla Hazell), Science (Matthew Allen), PE (Joe Ward)


KS3 House Awards

Darwin (Timothy Huskisson & Emmy Johnson), Garrick (Elle Acheson & Robert Hicken), Johnson (Iris Muntean & Jack O’Neill) and Seward (Matt Allen & Sophie Ragab)


Year 8 Character Awards

Amber Athwal, Jonah Birchall, Dylan Cantrill, Sasha Chambers, Archie Kennedy, Sophie Rogers, Sophie Smith


KS4 Subject Awards

Art (Evie Raybould), Creative Digital Media (Isabella Russell), Engineering (Minhaz Uddin), English Language (Lulu Jarvis), English Literature (Mollie-Rae Harris Howell), Enterprise (Jacob Housley), Film Studies (Albert Malone), French (Tom Szamek), Geography (Chloe Allen), Health & social Care (Amy Findlay), History (Albert Malone), Hospitality & Catering (Aisha Ratnasabapathy), Maths (Thomas Elmore), Music (Elysia Armstrong), Performing Art (Pippa Meredith), RE (Holly Cutland), Science – Combined (Gabi Davies-Friend), Sport (Louis Cope)


Lichfield Science & Engineering Society – Special Award for Single Sciences

Ffion Wynne


NB – This award was presented by Mrs J Arthur from Lichfield Science & Engineering Society


KS4 House Awards

Darwin (Isabel Ainsworth & Isaac Brodie), Garrick (Tome Elmore & Alica Piskova), Johnson (Blaise Parke & Amy Findlay)) and Seward (Ely Armstrong & Josh Larkin)


Headteacher Awards

Isabel Ainsworth, Eleanor Easton, Mollie-Rae Harris Howell


Matt Allman, Headteacher, said: “We were delighted to see so many families attend this event to see their children win these awards – they are about as prestigious as we get in school so they are well worth celebrating. It was great to Watch the awards be handed out as you saw the excellent students who were stepping up in to Sixth Form, but also those lower down the school coming through and on track to do just as well in years to come.”