Headmaster’s Praise - 8 December 2017

8 December 2017

Today 19 boys came for Headmaster's praise:

  • John Allen for helping out with the maths mentoring of the Fitzharrys partnerships which included helping teach Year 8 key elements of the maths curriculum.
  • Mohsen Ansari for helping out with the maths mentoring of the Fitzharrys partnerships which included helping teach Year 8 key elements of the maths curriculum.
  • Freddie Boyd-Gorst for compèring the Community Service tea party really well.
  • David Bunn for helping out with the maths mentoring of the Fitzharrys partnerships which included helping teach Year 8 key elements of the maths curriculum.
  • Sam Collins for helping out with the maths mentoring of the Fitzharrys partnerships which included helping teach Year 8 key elements of the maths curriculum.
  • William Cope for helping out with the maths mentoring of the Fitzharrys partnerships which included helping teach Year 8 key elements of the maths curriculum.
  • Alasdair Czaplewski for his outstanding commitment as a Senior Science Ambassador this term, organising teams of SAs for events and leading activities at Saturday Science Clubs.
  • Saul French for his outstanding performance in Third Year drama production.
  • James Hogge for being a member of the Princeton University Mathematics team who came third of all overseas entries.
  • Tor Hormbrey for his outstanding performance in Third Year drama production.
  • Suleman Irshad for helping out with the maths mentoring of the Fitzharrys partnerships which included helping teach Year 8 key elements of the maths curriculum.
  • Philip Kimber for being best in school for the Junior Category of the UK Computational Thinking Challenge with 177/200.
  • Aron Lavis for compèring the Community Service tea party really well.
  • Timothy McConnachie-Kaye for his excellent piece of geography work on iphone supply chains by his geography teachers. 
  • Patrick McCubbin for winning the presigious Roentgenium award for the Cambridge Chemistry Challenge and delivering a fine presentation on Calcium to the other prizewinners and challenge committee in London recently.
  • Edward Saunders for being best in school for the Intermediate Category (Years 8,9) for the UK Computational Thinking Challenge.
  • Ted Smethurst for his outstanding performance in Third Year drama production.
  • Jack Tilley for his outstanding performance in Third Year drama production.
  • Ben Wilson for his superb leadership of the Princeton University Mathematics team who came third of all overseas entries.
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