Introduction and Explanation of the awards
Despite the fact that we are unable to host our Annual Awards Evening this July, we still want to celebrate the many and varied achievements of our pupils. As usual we are acknowledging pupils who are achieving the highest levels in specific subjects by awarding subject distinctions. In addition to this we have subject commendations for pupils who have shown commitment and determination in specific subjects who we wanted to reward for their efforts. We have added a new award this year for Online Learning as many of our pupils have adapted really well to the current situation. Other awards include significant progress, for pupils who have exceeded our expectations and are working above target in a number of curriculum areas, 100% attendance, pupil librarians, representative honours and our tutor nominated pupil of the year.
Pupils will receive their certificates in the post and our Honours pupils will also receive a personal message from Mrs Gibson, our Headteacher.
Congratulations to all our award winners!
Mrs B Morley (Progress Leader)
A statement from Mrs Gibson, Headteacher
This has indeed been an unprecedented time, but we must remember that nothing lasts forever and the glories of this world will shine through, even in the darkest of times, to give moments to remember and to cherish. Through our virtual Awards’ Ceremony we are taking a moment to celebrate what our wonderful pupils have achieved over the past year during their time in school and at home – they truly are inspirational and a credit to St. Hild’s and their families. As well as their academic achievements, these children have shown they are kind, resilient, creative, flexible and trustworthy, and will change the world for the better. Per aspera et ardua – to the stars by your efforts! It is a great privilege to be the Headteacher of this wonderful school, and events like this remind me how lucky I am to be able to spend my time with such amazing young people.
Mrs T Gibson