Praise for students who made Sheringham High School the best in Norfolk

Prizewiners Chloe Gibbons, Vicky Lunken and Bronte Fulcher at Sheringham High School awards

Prizewiners Chloe Gibbons, Vicky Lunken and Bronte Fulcher at Sheringham High School awards - Credit: Archant

Students whose results made Sheringham the top performing high school in Norfolk, were honoured at the annual awards evening.

Jack Brady with Cromer Mayor Tony Nash at Sheringham High School awards

Jack Brady with Cromer Mayor Tony Nash at Sheringham High School awards - Credit: Archant

Guest of honour, Tim Roderick, who retired this year after being head for 10 years, presented some of the prizes.

He told his final GCSE year-group he said: 'Students at Sheringham bucked the turbulent results trend in 2014. Where results nationally dipped in many subjects, theirs rose and that is something very special.'

One hundred prizes were awarded. One group of 17 students gained 183 A* or A grades between them - an amazing statistic which raised a gasp from the audience and a rousing round of applause.

There was a a poignant moment as the audience remembered Year 11 student Martha Seaward who was fatally injured last January in a road accident.


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Headteacher Andrew Richardson urged the students to even greater success with their latest endeavours in sixth forms and colleges, exhorting them to take risks with their learning and their aspirations.

Cromer Mayor Tony Nash presented the Rotary Prize to Sheringham Scholar Jack Brady.

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There were musical interludes by Tom Hack, Andrew Mitchell and Danny Murphy.

Sheringham High School is the hub school in the North Norfolk Academy Trust. It currently has Antingham and Southrepps Primary under its banner and will soon be sponsoring the improvement of Stalham High in the new year.

PRIZE WINNERS INCLUDED:

Subjects - English; Chris Bailey, Immy Lee. Business studies; Eddy Ball, Jade Smith; Maths, Michaela Clare, Alex Kibble-White, Kaleb Raby. Science; Annabelle Culley, Laura Finnemore, Nilsu Denizli, Olivia Harding. Art; Kezia Harrington, Kate Thomas. Health and social care; Meg Henderson. French; Michael Reid, Betty Wilson. German; Reanna Marston, Katie Watts. Drama; Vicky Lunken; Dance Lauren McColm; Geography; Ellie Howard, Anna Matthews. History; Daniel Sadler, Leonie Schulz; ICT; Alice Eldridge. Philosophy and ethics; Molly Keerie, Tom Smith, Daniel Tooke. Music; Katie Thompson. PE; C J Glover, Lewis Meecham; Resistant materials; Gemma Batey, Chloe Woodhouse. Food technology; Caitlin Daniels. Engineering, Jake Sadler. Horticulture; Jake Buck.

Scholars of the Year - Gabriel Askew, Jack Brady, Annabel Culley, Ryan Devlin, Hope Fincham, Laura Finnemore, Alex Ghanbouri, Amelia Ghanbouri, Louisa Gilley, Olivia Harding, Emma Hyde, Andrew Mitchell, Shannon More, Emily Paffett, Daniel Sadler, Jerry Shepherd-Moore, Emma Wilkinson.

Governors' award; head boy Gabriel Askew, head girl Amelia Ghanbouri

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