The Dean pointed out that the Brookfield Complex has now been open 13 years and the facilities in the building are central to the Medical School structure.
Over four hundred invitees attended this prestigious event. Pupils were then presented with their awards.
Prizes were given for Achievement, Endeavour and Progress, as well as for excellence in specific subjects. Trophies and cups were awarded for elocution and for sporting success. The school was also pleased to welcome back former pupils, who left last year, who were presented with their GCSE certificates.
It therefore gives me enormous pleasure to give you a very brief insight into the moment our School was born 90 years ago, and the reason we all have the joy of being here tonight and I quote from a historical archive: Before them was a country scene of some beauty as ten young heifers grazed contentedly in a field surrounded by large oak and elm trees.
However, he soon realised that his dream was to own his own school. Once he had found the land, and enlisted the financial support of his best friend at Oxford alongside his father-in-law he was ready to build his school.
And the rest as they say is history and of course we now have approximately pupils between the ages of 2 and Many of whom are here tonight wearing their brand new uniforms we designed to celebrate our Anniversary. For 90 years our school has built its unique path into the future and without doubt it still does today, in fact everything we say and do today is already paving the way to remarkable futures for our delightful pupils.
The pursuit of academic excellence starts with our very youngest children in Kindergarten so ably and warmly led by Sandra Revill and her team producing and challenging hungry little minds to achieve their very best but never forgetting the sheer undiluted magic of childhood giving them all the very best gifts of all, literacy and numeracy, the wonderful freedom to read and write what they wish!
However once again we will never, ever overlook the importance of happiness and self-fulfilment and the joy that the reinforcement of success can bring. Following on from the Junior school our Senior school well and truly celebrates the individual and the fact that being an individual brings great success in adulthood.
Simply by trying your best. Our GCSE results this year were outstanding and we never stop modifying and changing our methods in order to get the very best from the pupils. Each, and I mean every pupil is listened to and for that I thank with enormous sincerity the senior managers in KG and Juniors and Sharon Zoller and Barbara Hobbs in the senior school.
This term our pastoral team has been wonderfully enhanced with the new role of Behavioural Manager and the appointment of Liz Morgan to that role. Increasingly the problems, worries and concerns of pupils move on and Liz is at the forefront of all current matters.
Quite simply we try our best to listen! Both Lesley Hyland and Polly Lines continually work on the enhancement of our curriculum, tracking, monitoring and improving our pupils progress.
Inspiring and motivating the truly able to achieve the highest heights and encouraging and assisting those that find academic pursuits more challenging to believe in themselves And develop their own personal gifts.
Quite simply we want every individual to try and achieve their very best. Our sporting achievements are as always outstanding for a small school, producing sports men and women of a very high calibre! And this is wholeheartedly enhanced each year with our many Musical Productions, every child simply has a go and again tries their best.
Extra-curricular activities are numerous and varied including our LAMDA speech and drama pupils who achieve astounding results and the Duke of Edinburgh Award where the most unexpected pupils conquer amazing pursuits.
All they are doing of course is simply their best. This academic year we said a sad goodbye to the following members of staff: We wish them the very best for the future.
In our Bursary Department we will be saying a very sad farewell to Sue Philpott after 24 years, she will be so missed and personally I will miss her wisdom, support and friendship, we wish her a long and happy retirement with her husband Brian.
At this point I would also like to truly thank from the bottom of my heart Mike Butler, Andrew Angeli and Amy Fleming my Lead Management team, for their unfailing support, advice and most of all their love and friendship.
Now to return to our 90th Anniversary, you all know we offer our children every opportunity to ask and explore whatever topic they wish. However, it must also be said I have been honoured to be Headteacher for many wonderful years and in fact Mrs Osen and I started together in the very same year, therefore we know each other extremely well!
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annual speech and prizegiving ceremony: September 22, • Academics, General News Our Annual Speech and Prize Giving Ceremony will be held on Tuesday 17 October at 18h00 and guests are requested to be seated by 17h45 in the School Hall.
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The Dean, Professor Paula O'Leary with the School of Medicine Prizewinners. The Dean of the School, Professor Paula O’Leary welcomed the large number of prize-winners, their families and friends to the Ceremony.