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Recognising Achievement At KS4

students at KS4 Awards

The achievements of Key Stage 4 pupils during the 2020/21 academic year were celebrated at an awards ceremony attended by pupils, parents and staff.

The awards were presented by Phoebe Shergold-Willis, owner of the SASA School of Performing Arts in Hertfordshire. Phoebe spoke about how she worked hard to establish her school, alongside studying and gaining a 1st Degree BA Honours in Theatre Arts at Middlesex University. Her students have performed at prestigious events nationally including WE Day 2019 and 2020 at the SSE Wembley Arena and performed for HRH Prince Edward at Windsor Castle.

Pupils were commended for outstanding achievement in subject areas, for setting an example as a year leader and for exceptional contributions to the school community.

Jo-Anne Hoarty, Headteacher at St Paul’s, said:  “Everyone who was nominated for an award should be very proud. They truly represent all aspects of our school motto which tells us to Love, Serve and Do the Best that is Possible.”

The Headteacher Award, chosen by Mrs Hoarty for the student who has done their very best, was given jointly to Aleksander Parkin and Alice Richardson. Throughout his time at St Paul’s, Aleksander consistently put 100% effort into everything he did. He has built some fabulous relationships and is liked and respected by his year 11 form, peers and staff. He is always very keen to get involved in the St Paul’s community and support the school in its activities. Academically, Aleksander has shown that you can achieve amazing results by working hard and doing your best wherever possible. Alice worked incredibly hard during her time at St Paul’s. Her diligent and conscientious approach to her studies was clearly evident, and this was reflected in her fabulous results. She is a very kind and caring student, and was very keen to help and support her friends in the year group.

The Maureen Grant Award, named after a member of staff who worked tirelessly on behalf of pupils, was presented to Lovelace Gyabaah. Throughout his time at St Paul’s, Lovelace has worked incredibly hard both in and out of school. He faced the challenges of each day with incredible strength and resilience, and in a very calm and measured way. His kindness and good nature shone through and is evident in the relationships he has with staff and his peers.

Edith Appiah won the ‘Love, Serve and Do the Best that is Possible’ award for the student who has served our community and lived up to the school motto.  During year 10, Edith worked hard to support and integrate new students in to the school and year group. Edith has been a buddy to students ensuring they feel safe and secure and know where they need to go. Edith’s leadership skills also mean she has taken an active role in trying to organise year group events such as prom.

Students received a certificate and trophy and category winners were also given vouchers.

SUBJECT AWARDS

ART          

Precious Boateng – WINNER

Keely McEvoy

Cerys O’Brien

Seren Rathbone

BUSINESS STUDIES

Queenda Attah – WINNER

Kirsty Benson

Elizabeth Dawodu

Kwaku Debrah

COMPUTER SCIENCE & ICT

Ageesh Kurunchikumaran

Nigel Reyes

Natasha Rice – WINNER

Sean Zamora

DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY

Olivia Alambara

Philip Gusthoff

Meher Sheikh

Dean Thurston – WINNER

DRAMA

Kathryn Baker

Sara Jaumandreu Ondaro

Aleksander Parkin – WINNER

Jaya Raja       

ENGLISH

Gideon Adjei - WINNER

Niamh Collins

Samiha Haque

Alice Richardson

ENGLISH AS AN ADDITIONAL LANGUAGE 

Dewmini Ambagahage

Alvaro Garcia Merlo

Jan Janor

Farmata Sarr - WINNER       

GEOGRAPHY

Omotayo Faluyi

Conor McArthur

Shirley Prince

Seren Rathbone – WINNER

HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE

Phoebe Adorm

Chloe Cerrone – WINNER

Lauren Kenny

Patryk Niemiec

HISTORY

Elizabeth Dawodu

Kwaku Debrah – WINNER

Zahara Johnson

Angel Mamah

HORTICULTURE

Chester Cartman

Thomas Gilnagh – WINNER

Gabriel Herbut

LEARNING SUPPORT

Kadijah Adam

Tyler Bowen-Coutain

Ellouise David – WINNER

Luke Spring

MATHEMATICS

Ageesh Kurunchikumaran

Samika Nageswaren

Melissa Owusu Ansah – WINNER

Christine Viegas

MODERN FOREIGN LANGUAGE

Angel Mamah

Aleksander Parkin

Charmayne Saringan

Nikola Szymanska - WINNER

MUSIC

Julia Duxbury – WINNER

Angel Mamah

Elisa Scarito

Luca Zeolla         

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Phoebe Adorm

Louis Ad-Poku – WINNER

Kwaku Debrah

Melissa Owusu Ansah

VICTOR LUDORUM – For sporting achievement

Ebenezer Effah

VICTRIX LUDORUM – For sporting achievement

Amelie Collis

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

Anoj Arunasalam – WINNER

Lovelace Gyabaah

Shirley Prince

Magdalena Swieczkowska

SCIENCE

Queenda Attah

Precious Boateng

Erin Clarke – WINNER

Alta Marais

SOCIOLOGY

Precious Boateng – WINNER

Omotayo Faluyi

Esther Jaiyeola

Sara Jaumandreu Ondaro

CHAPLAINCY SUPPORT

Edith Appiah

Annie Hodgkinson – WINNER

Aleksander Parkin

Natasha Ramos

DUKE OF EDINBURGH AWARD

Alvaro Garcia Merlo (Bronze)

Harlan Gray-McGuane (Bronze)

Joseph Hoarty (Silver)

YEAR AWARDS

YEAR 10 AWARD

Olivia Alambara

Marley Buys

Yasheeka Ganeshamoorthy

Henry Ayutey-Adjin - WINNER

YEAR 10 'THE GIFTS WE GROW' PTA AWARD - In recognition of achieving the highest number of green stamps, with no red stamps in Year 10

Alexander Ashton

YEAR 11 AWARD

Sophia Bertho

Thelma Gyampoh

Liam Pitigala

Lilly Palmer - WINNER        

YEAR 11 'THE GIFTS WE GROW' PTA AWARD - In recognition of achieving the highest number of green stamps, with no red stamps in Year 11

Ashley Fernando

SPECIAL RECOGNITION AWARDS

STEM AWARD- For showing academic excellence and going above and beyond in STEM subjects.

Ageesh Kurunchikumaran - WINNER

MAUREEN GRANT AWARD - For a Year 9 student who has overcome great challenges to be successful. The Maureen Grant award is named after a member of staff who worked tirelessly on behalf of pupils for many years at St Pauls. She never gave up and no challenge was too hard. The award celebrates pupils who show the same determination and kindness.  

Lovelace Gyabaah

HEADTEACHER AWARD – Chosen by the Headteacher for the student who has done their very best

Aleksander Parkin and Alice Richardson

THE ‘LOVE, SERVE AND DO THE BEST THAT IS POSSIBLE’ AWARD (SERVICE TO THE SCHOOL COMMUNITY) – For the student who has served our community and lived up to our motto of ‘Love, Serve and do the best that is possible. Although we do have an overall winner for this award, the other names are not nominees, they have been chosen by their year group team and are to be highly commended for their work and service to our school community.

Edith Appiah

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