Year 11 Awards 2015

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Oct 092015
 

GREENFIELD PROM
The annual Prom Awards is organised and presented by Paul Howarth from Newton News. The sponsors are very generous in supplying the funds to purchase valuable prizes and we thank Newton Aycliffe Tesco Store, Honest John, Newton Aycliffe Town Centre Management, Itec, Newton News, The Rotary Club of Newton Aycliffe, Jack’s Driving School, Neville Pharmacy and Newton Press.
Greenfield 2015 Prom Award winners:
Top Sport Student: Courtnie Mills
Top Academic Student: Leonie Wong
Most Improved Art Student: Morgan Collier
Most Improved Music Student: Nicole Crosby
Most Improved DT Student: Owen Hutchinson
Most Improved Science Student: Kara Elston
Most Improved Language Student: Annabelle Ryan
Most Improved Sport Student: Adam Preshous
Most Improved Overall Student: Brogan Heathwaite
Achievement over Adversity Award: Abigail Mullen

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WOODHAM PROM
Five years ago “Newton News” continued their involvement in the local community and initiated annual awards to encourage students to try harder in their final year at Secondary School. The awards give everyone a fair chance of winning as they are presented to the “Most Improved” in all subjects.
The winners are chosen by teachers and staff

Woodham Academy 2015 Award winners:
Top Sport Student: Caitlin Roberts
Top Academic Student: Corin Lathan
Most Improved Art Student: Sian Boultwood
Most Improved Music Student: Samuel Gittins
Most Improved DT Student: James Rawe
Most Improved Science Student: Chloe Hardy
Most Improved Language Student: Louis Simpson
Most Improved Sport Student: Paul Davies
Most Improved Overall Student: Callum Manning
Achievement over Adversity Award: Caitlin Finn

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Year 11 Awards 2014

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Oct 092015
 

Woodham Academy Year 11 Prom – Redworth Hall Hotel – Wednesday 25th June 2014

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Four years ago Newton Press initiated an annual award to encourage students in their final year, giving everyone a fair chance of winning a prize. It is not always the top of the class who win, but those who put in the most effort. The winners are chosen by teachers and tutors, this years winners are listed below:
Most Helpful in School: Ryan Spoors
Top Sport Student: Haydn Maclean
The Endeavour Award: Savannah Patrick and Kelly Green
Most Improved Art: Jordan Duff
Most Improved Music: Fran Porritt
Most Improved Technology: Brittany Swires
Most Improved Science: Jack Jacob
Most Improved Language: Shannon Sture
Most Improved Sport: Emily Kavanagh
Overcoming Adversity: Kimberley Hall
Most Improved Overall: Bradley Race
The sponsors of these awards have been very generous in supplying the funds to purchase valuable prizes. They are Newton Aycliffe Tesco Store, Honest John, Newton Aycliffe Town Centre Management, Itec, Newton News, The Rotary Club of Newton Aycliffe, Beanies, Jacks Driving School, Neville Pharmacy and Newton Press.

Greenfield College Year 11 Prom – Walworth Castle Hotel – Wednesday 2nd July 2014

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Four years ago Newton Press initiated an annual award to encourage students in their final year, giving everyone a fair chance of winning a prize. It is not always the top of the class who win, but those who put in the most effort. The winners are chosen by teachers and tutors, this years winners are listed below:
Helpful Student in School: Tanisha Waters
Top Sport Student: Zoe Blakey
Helpful in the Community: Aicha Krasik
Improved Art Student: Jake Nicholls
Improved Music Student: Sam Dobinson
Improved DT Student: Kimberley Morgan Linskey
Improved Science Student: Megan Elvidge
Improved Language Student: Jacob Young
Improved Sport Student: Rebecca Lowes
Top Academic Student: Megan Cross
Improved Overall Student: Harry Heaton
The sponsors of these awards have been very generous in supplying the funds to purchase valuable prizes. They are Newton Aycliffe Tesco Store, Honest John, Newton Aycliffe Town Centre Management, Itec, Newton News, The Rotary Club of Newton Aycliffe, Beanies, Jacks Driving School, Neville Pharmacy and Newton Press viagra generic canada.

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Year 11 Awards 2013

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Oct 092015
 

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At the start of their final year of education, year 11 students at Greenfield and Woodham have the opportunity to win valuable prizes just by knuckling down.

These awards were set up four years ago as a means to encourage students in their final year to do well in the upcoming examinations.

Over the past three award ceremonies, held at the respective school proms, the prizes were awarded to the winners by Paul Howarth (Newton Press director), who also sourced the sponsors.

“Every year has improved on the previous year and I am able to give more prizes out because of the generosity of the sponsors. I would like to pass on my thanks to the local businesses who are involved, Honest John, Aycliffe Town Centre Management, Tesco, iTec, Beanies, Planet Leisure, Rotary Club of Newton Aycliffe, Jacks Driving School, Neville & Bewick Pharmacy and Newton Press” said Paul.

The teaching staff at both colleges have, in the past, noticed an improvement in students during their final year and they agree that this scheme is a contributing factor.

“I hope the ‘class of 2014’ will be as receptive to this award scheme as previous classes have and that you all gain the results you desire in your final exams” said Paul.

Newton Aycliffe, Beanies, Jacks Driving School, Neville Pharmacy and Newton Press.

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Year 11 Awards 2012

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Mar 252013
 

The award ceremony was set up in 2010 to encourage students in their final year of education to give that bit more, to excell and be awarded valuable prizes. The prizes include laptops, ipods, cameras and with a superb donation of £500 from John in 2012 it enabled the event to be much bigger than in previous years.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank Honest John and his community fundraising stall for the ongoing support of this annual event.

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