Headmaster’s Praise - 24 May 2019

24 May 2019

Today 10 boys came for Headmaster's praise:

  • Harutyun Badalyan for creating a series of podcasts with a linked theme of Pierres de France's adventures throughout the year in 2nd Year Podcasting club. 
  • Oliver Clark for creating a series of podcasts with a linked theme of Pierres de France's adventures throughout the year in 2nd Year Podcasting club. 
  • Aryann Gupta for running the Timepix particle detector experiment and engaging with visitors at Abingdon Museum.
  • James Healey for performing exceptionally well in the History mock exam and completing a phenomenal amount of revision; James has also consistently scored the very highest marks this year and takes immense pride in his work. He is a pleasure to teach.
  • Harry Litchfield for creating a series of podcasts with a linked theme of Pierres de France's adventures throughout the year in 2nd Year Podcasting club. 
  • Oliver Millbourn for creating a series of podcasts with a linked theme of Pierres de France's adventures throughout the year in 2nd Year Podcasting club. 
  • Christopher Nikolaev for voluntarily giving his time in helping with the Lower School science club all year. He's been fantastic with the lower school boys, helping them with their experiments but also managing tricky behaviour at times and staying positive throughout. Christopher has displayed a mature attitude and lots of perseverence.
  • Luc Tucker for stepping up to the roll of Deputy Stage Manager for the Lower School production, at the last minute. He is now responsible for calling all of the technical cues for the performances, with only time for one full rehearsal beforehand. He has acted with maturity and responsibility and has greatly impressed the staff involved.
  • Peter Wan for planning and leading the Timepix particle detector experiment at Abingdon Town Museum.
  • Johnnie Willis-Bund for working steadfastly on his 2018/19 AFU film with the tutors over two consecutive weekends and creating a fascinating portrait of a pair of lifelong Combe vilage residents and their experiences of the changes that have taken place in village life during their lifetimes.
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