Academy celebrates its students' successes
Over the past two months Berwick Academy's annual rewards evenings have celebrated the success, progress and service to the school of students in Years 9, 10 and 11.
In Year 11, a Contribution to Sport award was given to Shaunie McFall for her relentless enthusiasm in organising the school hockey team. Abigail Cuthbertson received the Contribution to School award for organising the Y11 Leavers’ Hoodies project and Elizabeth Rich was awarded the Contribution to the Arts award for the many hours of extra work she put in to learning new art techniques. The Citizenship Award went to Nicole Ainslie for her part in the Salmon Queen duties, raising money for Alzheimer’s and Dementia charities. Headteacher’s awards for all round excellence in all subjects went to Elliott Chisholm and Nadine Inglis.
In Year 10, Jevon Leighton won the Contribution to Sports award for becoming Jiu Jitsu Champion and for achieving his Master Diver Qualification. Lara Hindhaugh was awarded the Contribution to Arts for producing outstanding work and for her commitment to music in the community on the Inspired project. The Services to School award went to Becki Richardson, who helped write the script for the school play, Alice in Boogie Wonderland, and the Citizenship Award went to Ezzie Critchlow for volunteering her services to the Salvation Army. The headteacher awards for academic excellence went to James Newton and Katie Gallagher.
In Year 9, the Services to School award was given to Hollie Miller for helping redesign the O2 garden, and Berni Moulang was praised with the Contribution to Arts award for playing in the backing band which supported the Inspired project. The Contribution to Sports award went to Abi Rae for competing and winning at the highest level in Jiu Jitsu. Headteacher’s awards for academic excellence were given to Chadia Slaoui and Berni Moulang.
Students were praised for achieving 100% attendance to school since September, whilst Elliott Chisholm, Reyna Blair, Harry Easton and Jordan Hutchins received a certificate and a free Y11 Prom ticket for an incredible achievement: 100% attendance in three years at school.