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Linton Village College students return to collect honours

Some of the winners of Linton Honours, L to R:

 

Kieran Glasssmith (Principals Award)  his name really does have three ss!

Adam Catley (Austen House Award)

James Galvin (English)

Katrina Bass (PE)

Phoebe Foster (Newton House)

Charlotte Dunling (Music)

Some of the winners of Linton Honours, L to R: Kieran Glasssmith (Principals Award)  his name really does have three ss! Adam Catley (Austen House Award) James Galvin (English) Katrina Bass (PE) Phoebe Foster (Newton House) Charlotte Dunling (Music)

The Class of 2012 came back to school to collect their honours and awards after achieving the best GCSE results in their school’s history.

The Class of 2012 came back to school to collect their honours and awards after achieving the best GCSE results in their school’s history.

More than 100 former pupils came back to Linton Village College on November 15 to collect their GCSE certificates and Linton Honours awards.

Prizes were given to the best students in each subject and the Principal’s Award for Excellence went jointly to Fae Mead and Kieran Glasssmith for their conscientious approach to their studies and outstanding GCSE results.

The prizes were given out by Jeremy Sallis, presenter of the afternoon show on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire.

Adam Catley grabbed the Austen House Award while James Galvin grabbed the English gong.

Katriina Bass kept fit and active to collect the accolade for PE and Phoebe Foster got the award for Newton House.

Charlotte Dunling had ryhthm and kept in tune to gather the Music gong.

Charlotte Patterson won the Art award, Emily d’Costa the Business Studies accolade and Kathryn Elliott was quite the thespian to win the Drama gong.

Joe Miller was rewarded for Engineering, Adam Olivant had showed his entrepreneurial skills to bag the award for Enterprise, and Luis Simmons had a good knowledge of the past to win the History accolade.

Catriona Skarnes said much more than Bonjour to come out on top in French while Alex Murphy said Ciao after a successful evening when he bagged the Spanish gong.

Anya Heath knows her way around and won the Geography while Lucy Pearson and Patrick Green had their work around the Bunsen burner rewarded by winning the Science award.

Molly Beck won the accolade for Music Composition, and was able to enjoy seeing her piece played on the night by professional flautist Laura Jay.

For all the latest news see Thusday’s (December 6) Echo.

 

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