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Richmond School holds annual awards night
YOUNGSTERS have been recognised for their academic success with an awards evening.
Richmond School’s annual awards night was hosted by head boy Kieran Dawson and head girl Amber Fryatt, with guest of honour Colonel Stephen Padgett OBE – the new Catterick Garrison Commander – to present the awards.
Students from all ages were recognised for their outstanding achievement and presented with certificates and book vouchers. The top performing students received cups presented by Col Padgett, Anne Skeoch, chair of governors, Trevor Cook, chair of the school trust, and Headteacher Ian Robertson.
Former year 11 students Isla Teasdale and Claire Heseltine were the highest achieving students at GCSE with all A* grades. Awards were also presented to former year 13 student Tim Holmes who gained 4 A* grades in science and maths, and is now studying physics and theoretical physics at Imperial College London; and Daniel Overin who gained A* and A grades in maths and sciences and is now studying medicine at Oxford University.
The audience of students, parents, governors, trustees, sponsors, and invited guest Captain Andrew Fox were treated to two songs by former student singer-songwriter Pip Mountjoy.
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