A MIDDLE school’s annual prize-giving took place last week, celebrating the success and achievements of pupils across the school.
The guest speakers at Duke’s Middle School in Alnwick were Ian Walker, chairman of the Aln Federation Governing Body and Alan Symmonds, the new Mayor of Alnwick, who both expressed how impressed they were with the presentations and speeches given by pupils.
The school offered congratulations to all of the prize-winners:
5F Form Prize – Liam Cooke; 5P Form Prize – Sam Lane; 6S Form Prize – Ruth Gregory; 6T Form Prize – Craig Vint; 7L Form Prize – Aimee Mallan; 7H Form Prize – Adam Robinson; 8A Form Prize – Kirsty Hensleigh; 8M Form Prize – Amy Barrett.
School Award for English – Amy Barrett; Prize for Spoken English – Kirsty Hensleigh; Patton Prize for Geography – Caitlin Slevin; Reavell Prize for History – Joseph Thomas; School Award for Mathematics – Duncan Smith; Dr Johnson’s Prize for Science – James Wilkes; School Award for Citizenship – Imogen Mills; School Award for Information Technology – Fraser Wright; School Award for French – Owen Sylvester; School Award for Art – Molly Grice; The Canon Hinkley Memorial Cup for Games – James Wilkes; The John W Robertson Prize for Design and Technology – Amy Barrett; The Weatherson Memorial Award for Music – Imogen Mills; The Nightingale Award for Music – Owen Sylvester; Prize for Service to School – James Wilkes; The Johnson Merit Award – Eleanor Burnett; Rose Bowl for Academic Achievement – Amy Barrett; J McDonough Prize for Performing Arts – Lauren Mallaburn; Percy House Cup – Bamburgh House.