The Johnson House Celebration Assembly for the Spring 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 11 – Ruby Wright, Amelia Long, Georgia Szamek, Amber Wheaver, Ed Collis, William Turnock, Krish Sukhadia, James Lunn.

Year 10 – Rose Piper, Rosie Walker, Hannah Grimshaw, Olivia Howard Calder, George Burgess, Luca Ivey, Oliver Bridges, Stanley Puleo.

Year 9 – Hayden Moseley, Iago Navio, Fraser Neenan, William Lester Jones, Julia Kluk, Erin O’Neill, Francesca Albertazzi, Rose Hartley.

Year 8 – Jack Dudley, Joseph McGrath, Joseph Hadley, Fenton Wright, Harriet Cotterill, Martha Dean, Eva Parry, Harriet Yates.

Year 7 – Nancie Carroll, Maddie Clarke, Mia Stubley, Charlotte Anderson, Cody-Jack Bradford, Ollie Dodds, Zachary DuGuay, Joseph Mayou.


Top Effort Awards:

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

Year 11 – Amelia Long, Georgia Szamek, Ruby Wright, Amy Bridge, Amber Wheaver, Krish Sukhadia, Jack O’Neill, James Lunn, William Darby, Ernest Sawicki.

Year 10 – Luca Ivey, Stanley Puleo, George Burgess, Dylan Cantrill, Harrison Mullins, Lucy Findlay, Hannah Grimshaw, Rose Piper, Iris Colloff, Hannah Norton.

Year 9 – Julia Kluk, Madeleine Lydall, Francesca Albertazzi, Sophie Lee, Ella Hughes, Hayden Moseley, Iago Navio, Will Crawford, James Pinches, Ollie Reilly.

Year 8 – Joseph McGrath, Jack Dudley, Fenton Wright, Danny Arthur, Joseph Hadley, Eva Parry, Savannah Shawcross, Harriet Yates, Millie Smith, Natalia Litke.

Year 7 – Nancie Carroll, Maddie Clarke, Esme Jones, Mia Stubley, Esme Morris, Zachary DuGuay, Luke Bebbington, Osama Alashi, Darnte Davalia, Preston-Jay Abbotts.


100% Attendance: 

This award is for 100% attendance: 

Year 11 – Brendan Atkinson, Ed Collis, Henry Jones, James Lunn, Joseph Cox, Ruby Wright, Amber Wheaver, Amelia Long, Ava Taylor, Ewan Robertson, Finlay Wright, Georgia Szamek, Izaak Bailey, Levi Harrison, Lizzie Oatley, McKinley Boyce, Oliver Lunn, Warren Allen, William Darby, William Gittings, William Turnock.

Year 10 – Ava Williams, Coby Shenton, Garin Yung, Hannah Grimshaw, Harrison Mullins, Holly Macdonald, Lottie Hall-Davies, Matilda Glazebrook, Poppy Parker-Grant, Cheryl Lai, Freya Milligan, Katie Sandel, Khaldoun Alashi, Lucy Findlay, Luke Hale-Phillips, Madeleine Williams, Olivia Howard-Calder, Phoebe Jones, Rosie Walker, Stanley Puleo.

Year 9 – Alesha Wheaver, Amy Hale-Phillips, Ella Hughes, Francesca Albertazzi, Fraser Neenan, Hayden Moseley, Holly Greensill, Iago Navio, Joe Wilkes, Luke Aldridge, Melody James, Roxanna Clarke, Ruby Wallis, Will Crawford, Bailey Stanley, Chloe Chui, Grace Willetts, Jacob Aston, Megan Alcock, Sophie Lee.

Year 8 – Alice Pendlebury, Eva Parry, Fenton Wright, Harriet Yates, Joseph McGrath, Lily Burnell, Millie Smith, Savannah Shawcross, Daisy Priddle, Ellie Cliffe, Evie Archer, Leyla-Rose Faulkner, Lydia Withers, Ranelle Yan Nam Chan.

Year 7 – Alice Green, Charlotte Anderson, Cody-Jack Bradford, Ethan Boden, Frazer Holmes, Isabel Bridges, Jacob King, Luke Macdonald, Maddie Clarke, Olivia Turnham, Ollie Dodds, Clemmie Simcox, Esme Jones, Ethan Dowse, Harry Bowen, Izzy Crisp, Joseph Mayou, Luke Bebbington, Mia Stubley, Osama Alashi, Poppy Chahal-Morrison, Tara Williamson, Zachary DuGuay.



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

Year 11 – Brendan Atkinson, May Clemson, Gracie Hilton, Sam Larsen, James Lunn, Isabella Lydall, Jack O’Neill, Gracie Smith, Krish Sukhadia, Ruby Wright, Evie Yeomans, Amy Bridge, Sophie Buckley, William Darby, Alfonzus Gilmore, William Gittings, Amelia Long, Oliver Lunn, Sebastien Menaut, Iris Muntean, Lizzie Oatley, Callum Parton, Ernest Sawicki, Georgia Szamek, Ava Taylor, William Turnock, Amber Wheaver, Emily White, Finlay Wright.

Year 10 – Dylan Cantrill, Iris Colloff, Matilda Glazebrook, Lottie Hall, Demetri Hines, Luca Ivey, Holly Macdonald, Hannah Norton, Poppy Parker-Grant, Rose Piper, George Simcox, Charlie Smith, Shannon Swan, Lauren Thacker, Aoife Wakeham, Ava Williams, Molly Yates, Alfie Barber, George Burgess, Abbie Clarke, Lucy Findlay, Theo Hyden, Phoebe Jones, Cheryl Lai, Mikayla Lines, Freya Milligan, Stanley Puleo, Katie Sandel, Rosie Walker, Madeleine Williams.

Year 9 – Francesca Albertazzi, Luke Aldridge, Roxanna Clarke, Will Crawford, Holly Greensill, Amy Hale, Ella Hughes, William Lester Jones, Madeleine Lydall, Hayden Moseley, James Pinches, Ruby Wallis, Alesha Wheaver, Estee Wong, Jacob Aston, Isabelle Cantrill, Chloe Chui, Georgia Gleeson, Jenna Harrigan, Jenson Hines, Julia Kluk, Sophie Lee, Erin O’Neill.

Year 8 – Danny Arthur, Martha Dean, Jack Dudley, Filip Franczak, Joseph Hadley, Natalia Litke, Isla Luckhurst, Ruby Mackman, Joseph McGrath, Imogen Milligan, Eva Parry, Alice Pendlebury, Savannah Shawcross, Millie Smith, Will Wallens, Harriet Yates, Isla Alderson, Evie Archer, Freya Carey, Ranelle Nam Chan, Layla-Rose Faulkner, Evie Fudger, Sky Hyden, Carys Lau, Zander Musikapong, Daisy Priddle, Olivia Robertson, Ava-Rose Shaw, Lydia Withers.

Year 7 – Charlotte Anderson, Isabel Bridges, Maddie Clarke, Teddy Cole, Darnte Davalia, Ollie Dodds, Jacob King, Esme Morris, Theresa Whitegroatt, Max Yates, Osama Alashi, Luke Bebbington, Nancie Carroll, Poppy Chahal-Morrison, Zachary DuGuay, Scarlett Essex, Esme Jones, Dylan Lee, Joseph Mayou, Lucas Mullins, Lennox Osbourne, Clemmie Simcox, Mia Stubley, Joshua Thurlby.


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 Spring Term:  

Year 11 – Brendan Atkinson, James Lunn, Krish Sukhadia, William Gittings, Georgia Szamek, Emily White, Iris Muntean, Amelia Long

Year 10 – Hannah Grimshaw, Olivia Howard Calder, Iris Colloff, Poppy Parker-Grant, Harrison Mullins, Luca Ivey, George Simcox, Reuben Carey.

Year 9 – Iago Navio, Will Crawford, Hayden Moseley, Ollie Reilly, Estee Wong, Sophie Lee, Julia Kluk, Chloe Chui.

Year 8 – Sky Hyden, Daisy Priddle, Eva Parry, Natalia Litke, Fenton Wright, Jack Dudley, Joseph Hadley, Joseph McGrath.

Year 7 – Luke Bebbington, Zachary DuGuay, Max Yates, Harry Bowen, Maddie Clarke, Nancie Carroll, Charlotte Anderson, Esme Morris.

A special mention must also go to the following Johnson House pupils who have achieved over 1,000 House Points each!

Eva Parry, Hannah Grimshaw, Olivia Howard-Calder, Maddie Clarke, Luke Bebbington, Sophie Lee, Natalia Litke, Poppy Parker-Grant, Daisy Priddle, Isabel Bridges, Iago Navio, Zachary DuGuay, Sky Hyden


Tutor Awards: 

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

11J1 – Gracie Smith & James Lunn
11J2 – Charlie Hobson & Amelia Long
10J1 - George Simcox & Aoife Wakeham 
10J2 – Luke Hale-Phillips & Katie Sandel 
9J1 – Iago Navio & Holly Greensill
9J2 - Erin O’Neill & George Lydall 
8J1 – Savannah Shawcross & Joe McGrath
8J2 – Yazmine Little & Jacob Stubley 
7J1 – Ethan Boden & Esme Morris
7J2 – Luke Bebbington & Scarlett Essex



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: 

* Hannah Grimshaw
* Rosie Walker


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: 

* Emily White
* Amelia Long
* Krish Sukhadia
* James Lunn

Vicki Plested, Head of Johnson Housesaid: “Since returning after the Christmas break, students have thrived and shown excellence throughout the school. It always gives me great pleasure to see so many students form Johnson House being celebrated for the fantastic things they do, both in and out of the classroom. I hope that everyone has a wonderful Easter break and we look forward to striving for success after the break!”