GALLERY: Top pupils recognised at Neale-Wade Academy’s annual Awards Evening
PUBLISHED: 17:14 24 October 2014 | UPDATED: 17:14 24 October 2014
The academic achievements of pupils was celebrated at Neale-Wade Academy’s annual Awards Evening yesterday.
Neale-Wade awards night
Students at Neale-Wade Academy's presentation evening. Picture: ROB MORRIS
Acoustic band Frivolity at Neale-Wade Academy .
The woodwind ensemble performs at Neale-Wade Academy's presentation evening.
Chloe Baxter being presented with the Active Learning Trust Award for outstanding academic achievement by principal Jason Wing.
Isobel Mawby being presented with Active Learning Trust Award for outstanding academic achievement by principal Jason Wing.
Mr I Coundon MRICS guest speaker at Neale-Wade Academy.
The academy’s sponsors, The Active Learning Trust provided two awards for academic achievement in Year 11 and Year 12. The Year 11 winner was Chloe Baxter for her performance in her GCSE examinations whilst the Year 12 award went to Isobel Mawby for her AS results.
Principal Jason Wing said: “Both of these young ladies compare very well to the brightest students across the country and they prove that the children of Fenland can compete at the highest level on an academic footing.”
Other year group winners were: Year 7 – Ania Daniels-Uribarri; Year 8 Leigh Cordery; Year 9 Imogen Love; Year 10 Samuel Craigie; Year 11 Chloe Spencer.
Musical entertainment was provided by the academy woodwind ensemble and the group Frivolity.
Comperes for the evening were junior head boy and girl, Jack Butler and Maddeline Pooley along with their senior counterparts Alex Field and Kate Whinnett.
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