The Seward House Celebration Assembly for the Summer Term saw multiple winners celebrated including: 

Academic Progress Awards: 

These awards are based on both results and progress so all students can take an award no matter what their ability: 

Year 10 – Matthew Allen, Nathon Brickliffe, Kaiya Brooks, Madison Chilton, Harry Battams, Joshua Douglas-Boisson, Molly Stainforth, Maisie Gear.

Year 9 – Amber Athwal, Isobel Brazendale, Jake Bownass, Red Dwyer, Emma Derrick, Holly Larkin, Alex Meredith, Jonah Birchall.

Year 8 – Emma Baines, Phoebe Clements, Jacob Brooks, Daniel Hood, Isabel Davies, Penny Galway, Oliver Simcox, Sam Thackaberry.

Year 7 – Samuel Chilton, Lily Maguire, Amelia Meadows, Sam McCaskie, Maisie Botfield, Isabelle Leach, Oliver Purkis, Logan Smith.


Top Effort Awards:

These awards are for those putting in all the effort and trying so hard to improve each and every day: 

Year 10 – Matthew Allen, Cherish Chan, Gabriella Cole-Pearce, Molly Stainforth, Maisie Gear, Katie Richardson, Calum Finch, Reece Pike, Harry Compton, Ethan Couchman.

Year 9 – Holly Larkin, Alex Meredith, Emma Derrick, Jonah Birchall, Red Dwyer, Amber Athwal, Tamzin Liston-Head, Robyn Walters, Lucas Townsend, Anthony Kei Ching Lai.

Year 8 – Finley Pike, Oscar Afridi, Penny Galway, Josh Hill, Isla McCaskie, Sam Thackaberry, Isabel Davies, Alfie Bedlow, Xena Kumi, Lily-Marie Stansfield.

Year 7 – Maisie Botfield, Sam McCaskie, Georgia Deeney, Isaac Can, Sam Derrick, Tom Hobday, Angela Yi Lei Lai, Logan Smith, Abigail Payne, Katy Greaves.


100% Attendance: 

This award is for 100% attendance: 

Year 10 – Matthew Allen, Elliott Ball, Gabriella Cole-Pearce, Joshua Douglas-Boisson, Morgan Horne, Ciaran Milner, Declan Radbourne, Polly Whitworth, Evan Wynne, Ethan Couchman, Maisie Gear, Jessica Greaves, Tegan Hathaway, Abigail Ilonzeh, Katie Richardson, Ella Roberts, Ella-Rose Walters, Rhys Wynne.

Year 9 – Tommy Baines, Isobel Brazendale, Khloey Davies, Red Dwyer, Nathaniel Fellows, Fandi Lai, Tamzin Liston-Head, Alex Meredith, Charlie Parks, Aleks Townsend, Izzy Bucknall, Michael Cox, Holly Larkin, Patryk Malborski, William Roseblade, Lucas Townsend, Madison Vigus.

Year 8 – Oscar Afridi, Florence Astwood, Jessica Baines, Sophia Chan, Isabel Davies, Josh Hill, Ruby Hollywood, Lana Morris, Lewis Snowden, Max Thomas, Lucas Wild, Lily Wood, Emma Baines, Jacob Brooks, Phoebe Clements, Kian Edwards, Penny Galway, Daniel Hood, Lily McBreen, Isla McCaskie, Jessica Milsom, Eve Morris, Daniil Nahirniak, Finley Pike, Oliver Simcox.

Year 7 – Will Bennett, Maisie Botfield, Noah Bowers, Max Butler, Isaac Can, Georgia Deeney, Katy Greaves, Elizabeth Ilonzeh, Angela Yi Lei Lai, Sam McCaskie, Anand Sihota, Hayley Walters, Holly Baker, Isabelle Burnett, Leyla Hardy, Ted Plant, Orla Whiting.



This award is for 0 Behaviour Points for the entire Summer Term – so no misplaced pen, or lost PE sock, no late, or any other minor slip-up:

Year 10 – Matthew Allen, Cherish Chan, Madison Chilton, Gabriella Cole-Pearce, Harry Compton, Joshua Douglas-Boisson, Casey Gibbs, Morgan Horne, Charlotte Jones, Chloe McAtamney, Ciaran Milner, Sophie Ragab, Molly Stainforth, Harry Battams, Grace Burton, Ethan Couchman, Calum Finch, Maisie Gear, Jessica Greaves, Tegan Hathaway, Gareth Hunt, Abigail Ilonzeh, Chloe Mulligan, Reece Pike, Katie Richardson, Leila Thomson, Ella-Rose Walters, Scott White, Rhys Wynne, Kate Young.

Year 9 – Tommy Baines, Ebony Chew, Emma Derrick, Red Dwyer, George Jarman, Anthony Kei Ching Lai, Fandi Lai, Leigha Lancaster, Alex Meredith, Aleks Townsend, Grace Wellington, Maxxie Williams, Amber Athwal, Jonah Birchall, Megan Blake, Jake Bownass, Ruby-Mae De La Rue, Eugen Duffy, Georgie Hawkins, Holly Larkin, Oliver Ratchford-Smith, Lucas Townsend, Ashton Tuckley, Madison Vigus, Robyn Walters.

Year 8 – Oscar Afridi, Jessica Baines, Sophia Chan, Isabel Davies, Jenson Hems, Josh Hill, Ruby Hollywood, Layla Hopkins, Tyus King, Evie Middleton-Tipper, Lana Morris, Ruby Rushton, Elvina Sira, Lily-Marie Stansfield, Sam Thackaberry, Max Thomas, Lucas Wild, Eden Wong, Lily Wood, Jessica Cleaver, Phoebe Clements, Jack Crocker, Kian Edwards, Penny Galway, Daniel Hood, Molly Jones, Harley King, Isla McCaskie, Jessica Milsom, James Morris, Finley Pike, Mia Riley, Oliver Simcox, Aran Takhar.

Year 7 – Jack Battams, Maisie Botfield, Caleb Bruno, Max Butler, Isaac Can, Georgia Deeney, Katy Greaves, Tom Hobday, Daniel Jones, Angela Yi Lei Lai, Sam McCaskie, Amelia Meadows, Elise Ostle, Abigail Payne, Hayley Walters, Samir Awal, Holly Baker, Isabelle Burnett, Samuel Chilton, Leo Cooke, Sam Derrick, Isabelle Leach, Kitti Lertamnuaylap, Lily Maguire, Freya Morris, Adrija Pikelyte, Lily Price, Oliver Purkis, Ethan Roberts, Logan Smith, Evie Stokes, Ffion Taylor, Evan Wakeham, Orla Whiting.


Most House Points: 

This award was for the top four boys and girls in each Year group who had collected the most House points through the Summer Term:  

Year 10 – Matthew Allen, Joshua Douglas-Boisson , Harry Compton, Evan Wynne, Gabriella Cole-Pearce, Morgan Horne, Jessica Greaves , Chloe Mulligan.

Year 9 – Ashton Tuckley, Jonah Birchall, Lucas Townsend, Eugen Duffy, Amber Athwal, Emma Derrick, Robyn Walters, Holly Larkin.

Year 8 – Josh Hill, Finley Pike, Alfie Bedlow, Max Thomas, Xena Kumi, Jessica Baines, Isabel Davies , Penny Galway.

Year 7 – Sam McCaskie, Noah Bowers, Jacob Freeth , Sam Derrick, Maisie Botfield, Abigail Payne, Orla Whiting, Holly Baker.


Tutor Awards: 

Each tutor nominates a boy and a girl for the term for their contribution to form and House activities:

10S1    Dec Radbourne and Ruby Willetts

10S2    Ethan Couchman and Chloe Mulligan

9S1      Red Dwyer and Emma Derrick

9S2      Will Roseblade and Amber Athwal

8S1      Jensen Hems and Jess Baines

8S2      Kian Edwards and Xena Kumi

7S1      Daniel Jones and Amelia Meadows

7S2      Sam Derrick and Holly Baker



House Half-Colours for excellence in school (behaviour, attendance & achievement relative to ability) over an extended period of time; and also EITHER contribution to the school, House or community OR commitment to excellence outside of school: 

* Jess Greaves

* Evan Wynne

* Madison Chilton

* Morgan Horne


Full Colours:

House Full Colours for sustained excellence in school (behaviour, attendance & achievement relative to ability) over an extended period of time; and also EITHER contribution to the school, House or community OR commitment to excellence outside of school and are achieved after earning House Half-Colours: 

* Reece Pike

* Kate Young

* Matt Allen

Jamie Sleigh, Head of Seward House said:

“Just like that, the school year has gone… but a successful one of that. This year has been full of positives, in the classroom, out of the classroom and in house competitions. My Seward Year 7’s settled in excellently and have impressed around school, displaying the two House Ethics- Respect and Team Work. Our House Ethics have been on show for all other students to see and I’m so proud to oversee the fantastic students we have in Seward House.

This summer assembly was a time to look back on the year they’ve had, the rewards they’ve been part of and to reflect on the year as a whole and start to set targets for the next academic year. Being the best-behaved house, a title that should not be taken lightly, a huge majority of Seward students are respectful, follow instructions and are working hard to achieve great grades by the end of year 11. Raising £1709.93 for a great local charity, Midlands Air Ambulance was another big highlight, with all Seward students working together, leading fund-raising events and giving their all to raise a huge amount of money for a great cause.

To win the House Trophy was another achievement to be rewarded, it was a delight to see them all on rewards day, enjoying with friends and seeing them understand their hard work around school has been acknowledged. The third trophy we won this academic year is the Debating Trophy, a trophy where students from all years have contributed to. The commitment to the debate competitions in form time has been excellent and those students who were a part of this years, will look to pass on their skills to next year’s debaters.

It’s time to rest up for six weeks and be ready to keep working hard, we aim to continue our high standards and look to have another successful year.”