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Last day of term awards

Awards were given out by the teaching staff in all year groups on the last day of term at The Hall. The youngest children at the Pre-School to the children in Year Five were awarded certificates for their progress and effort academically as well as for their kindness, care and curtesy. The Year Six leavers were commended for their efforts in English, Mathematics, Science and service to the school. Their awards included:
For progress in English, the Steven Patel shield in memory of a former teacher went to Bronte.
For progress in Mathematics, the shield was presented by Brian Page, a former governor and local County Councillor for Glenfield, to Francesca.
For progress in science, the John Hudson shield was presented by Eleanor, John's widow, to Benjamin.
For progress in a Modern Foreign Language, the shield was presented by Deborah LePlay, a former governor to Avi.
For Handwriting, in memory of Mrs Redfern, the wife of a former governor, the shield went to Eliza.
The Headteacher award for service to the school went to Sam.
The Care, Kindness and Curtesy shield, donated by the Parish Council and awarded by the Chair, Mr Bowers, went to Madeline.
Other special awards for progress in reading went to Amy in Year Two, presented by Doctor Sharma in memory of Bhupati and to Jozeph, in Year Four, presented by Dominic and Kath Hall in memory of Keith Pugh. It was a special assembly and brilliant to have the children recognised for their talents and skills.
By Sally Hayden

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